OUR MISSION & VISION
Facilitate key knowledge and information transfer between countries and organizations and create a common understanding of design, implementation and scale-up value-based approaches
Provide continued support for G20 Health Working Group and Joint Finance and Health Task force to achieve their aim of achieving UHC, through value-based care
Support national value-based healthcare policies roll out in health systems across the world by facilitating key knowledge and information transfer between countries, academic institutions and organizations
Curate a robust evidence base for value-based care, while delivering high impact events to support global health policy making
G20 briefing outlining a value-based care (VBC) framework to guide G20 recommendations and the Pandemic Fund with the aim of strengthening global PPR, containing costs and improving outcomes
Lessons and best practices on value-based providers' payment models, authored in partnership with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Landmark study produced by the Hub on the state of value-based care in the MENA Region, including key barriers, enablers and opportunities.
Briefing for G20 Leaders, under the Italian Presidency, with recommendations on building resilience and promoting pandemic preparedness through value-based care
Working paper outlining the global scale of the surgical care backlog brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic with a conceptual framework for policy measures to address the challenges
Lessons from health system innovations responding to the pandemic in twelve G20 countries accompanying case studies
TRANSFORMATION TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE HEALTH SYSTEMS THROUGH VBC
This report collects key messages and insights from the G20 side event on Value Based Health Care (VBHC) held in Riyadh between the 13th and 14th of January, 2020.
G20 Leaders Declaration from 2021 expressing continued support for the Global Innovation Hub for Improving Value in Health
G20 Leaders Declaration from 2020 citing the inception of the Global Innovation Hub for Improving Value in Health
The Hub is launching this new series to support innovation across our membership of G20 nations by hosting an engaging discussion series with pioneers across the global heath ecosystem.
This series will spotlight the cutting-edge research, impactful programs, unique partnerships, and meaningful policies that are moving the needle and accelerating progress towards a new paradigm of high-value, resilient health systems. Guest speakers from around the world will share their expertise and experiences while touching on key insights, challenges, and advice for accelerating innovation in different contexts.
In 2023, the Innovation Series will touch critically important topics at center of the ensuring that health systems create value and deliver outcomes that matter to people. We will be exploring innovations in the areas of digital health, facilitating universal health coverage, as well as the interconnection between climate change and health equity.
The Group of Twenty, or the G20, is the premier forum for international economic cooperation. The G20 brings together the leaders of both developed and developing countries from every continent.
Collectively, G20 members represent around 80% of the world’s economic output, two-thirds of global population and three-quarters of international trade. Throughout the year, representatives from G20 countries gather to discuss financial and socioeconomic issues.
The Global Innovation Hub for Improving Value in Health was born out of the G20. World Leaders recognized the need for an organization that worked to accelerate the global transformation towards value-based care. As such, the Global Innovation Hub contributes each G20 Presidency through the Health Working Group and Joint Finance and Health Task Force.
The presidency of the G20 rotates between member countries every year and the current G20 Presidency is India.
Learn more about India's G20 Health Agenda
20 January, 2023
Kerala, India - The G20 Global Innovation Hub for Improving Value in Health (the Hub) participated in the first G20 Health Working Group meeting hosted in Kerala, India, on 18-20 January 2023.
19 April, 2023
Goa, India - The G20 Global Innovation Hub for Improving Value in Health (the Hub) attended the second G20 Health Working Group meeting hosted in Goa, India, on 17 – 19 April 2023.
Value-based care works to improve the health outcomes of patients while optimizing health systems to reduce health care costs.
Value-based care puts patients at the center of health systems, with a focus on creating healthy societies. We advocate for resilience, equitable and responsive health systems systems that prioritizes the outcomes that matter to patients and the costs to achieve those outcomes
Reem Bunyan is Executive Director at the Global Innovation Hub. Dr Reem is a consultant neurologist and served as National Leader for the chronic disease model of care and Director of the Regional Neurosciences Program in the Ministry of Health Saudi Arabia. She was co-chair of the G20 Health Working Group during the 2020 presidency. Dr Reem received her medical degree from King Faisal University, and holds a MSc in health administration from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and a master’s in clinical and translational science from the Mayo Clinic Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.
Director of Partnerships & Engagement
Ebele Anidi is the Director for Partnerships and Engagement with the Global Innovation Hub for Improving Value in Health. Ebele joined the Hub in February 2022. Previously, he was associate director at FSG, a global management consulting firm and led research projects at the World Health Organization’s Implementation Research Platform. Ebele graduated AB in History of Science (Medicine and Society track) and holds a master’s in public health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
Director of Policy
Terrina Govender is the Director of Policy and Strategy with the Global Innovation Hub. She joined the Hub in 2021. Prior to joining the Hub, she supported policy and negotiations for the G20 presidency as an advisor. Since 2019, Terrina has worked with five G20 presidencies. Terrina has also held roles at Google, the Tony Blair Institute and worked as an engagement manager with Dalberg, a global advisory firm. She holds a master’s in Public Policy from the University of Oxford and an undergraduate degree in Infromation Systems and Computer Science from the University of Cape Town.