Monday 8th April 2019
Ryoji Noritake is CEO and board member of the Health and Global Policy Institute, a Tokyo-based independent and non-profit health policy think tank established in 2004.
He also serves as a pro-bono consultant for Project HOPE, a US-based medical humanitarian aid organisation.
Through both, he has led health system strengthening projects in the Asia-Pacific region and engaged in the US Navy’s humanitarian projects.
He was a working group member for the World Health Organisation’s Expert Consultation on Impact Assessment as a tool for Multisectoral Action on Health in 2012.
Mr Noritake speaks on the main stage on Wednesday 19 June between 9.45 and 10.30am in a session chaired by NHS Confederation chief executive Niall Dickson. Joining them will be Anita Charlesworth, Director of Research and Economics, the Health Foundation
As local systems develop their five-year plans, this session examines the challenges they face and what some of the key solutions are. It will also explore some of the key lessons from international systems that are facing similar decisions over where to prioritise their resources.
Confed19 is the NHS Confederation’s flagship annual conference and exhibition. It brings together the whole health and social care system for two days of keynote speeches, strand breakout sessions, supplier searching and networking.
It takes place in Manchester on 19 and 20 June. Book now and make sure your organisation is represented at the biggest event of the health and social care calendar.