Summit Agenda

Day 1 - February 6, 2013

8:30am - 9:30am - United Nations, 1st Avenue at 46th Street, Enter via Security Tent
Registration & Check-in
9:30am - 9:45am - United Nations, North Lawn Building, Conference Room 1
Welcome
Dr. Robert C. Bollinger, Director, Center for Clinical Global Health Education, Johns Hopkins University
Mr. Amir Dossal, Chairman, Global Partnerships Forum
9:45am - 10:00am - United Nations, North Lawn Building, Conference Room 1
Opening Keynote
Dr. Hamadoun I. Tourι, Secretary General, International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

10:00am - 11:30am - United Nations, North Lawn Building, Conference Room 1
Plenary I - IT Infrastructure
How can fiber and wireless networks or other communication technologies be leveraged to improve medical education and support health care providers?
Moderator: Professor Francis Tusubira, CEO, UbuntuNet Alliance for Research and Edcuation Networking
Speakers:
• Ms. Kathryn C. Brown, SVP Public Policy Development and Corporate Responsibility, Verizon
• Mr. Gary Fowlie, Head of Strategy and Policy Unit, ITU
• Mr. Jackson Hungu, Deputy Director, Clinton Healthcare Access Initiative
• Mr. Donald Nyakairu, Regulatory & Government Affairs Officer, LAP Green Group
• Mr. LeoPold Rweyemamu, CEO, DataCom Consulting Group
11:30am - 1:00pm - United Nations, North Lawn Building, Conference Room 1
Plenary II - Distance Learning Platforms
What is required to optimize distance-learning platforms to support health worker education in Africa, Asia and Latin America?
Moderator: Dr. Richard Gakuba, Director of eHealth, Rwanda Ministry of Health
Speakers:
• Dr. Relly Brandman, Course Operations, Coursera
• Dr. Bakary Diallo, CEO/Rector, African Virtual University
• Mr. A. Reza Jafari, Chairman and CEO, e-Development International
1:00pm - 2:30pm - United Nations, Ambassadors River View
Keynote Lunch** - Achieving the Millennium Development Goals: IT Innovations and the Community Health Worker
Professor Jeffrey Sachs, Director, The Earth Institute of Columbia University
**Lunch for guests not attending the Keynote Luncheon will take place at One UN Hotel, 2nd Floor
2:45pm - 4:00pm - ONE UN Hotel, 44th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues (directly across street from the United Nations)
BREAKOUT SESSIONS A

Breakout Session I - ICT and The Patient/Provider Relationship
What is the impact of technology on communication, trust, and the patient-provider relationship?
Moderator: Ms. Adele C. Oliva, Partner, Quaker Partners
Speakers:
• Dr. Patricia Abbott, Office of Global Affairs, University of Michigan School of Nursing
• Dr. Andrew Litt, Chief Medical Officer, Dell Healthcare and Life Sciences
• Ms. Amy Lockwood, Deputy Director, Center for Innovation in Global Health, Stanford University
• Dr. Enawgaw Mehari, Founder and President, People to People, Inc.

Breakout Session II - Institutional Capacity
What institutional capacity and incentives are necessary to support distance education for health professionals?
Moderator: Professor Nelson Sewankambo, Principal of Makerere College of Health Sciences, Chair of the Medical Education Parntership Initiative (MEPI) PI Counsel
Speakers:
• Mr. Ndimangwa Fadhili, Information Technologies Supervisor, KCMC Medical Education Partnership Initiative
• Dr. Esther Ogara, Head of e-Health, Kenya
• Dr. Miriam Rabkin, Director for Health Systems Strategies at ICAP, Associate Professor of Medicine and Epidemiology at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health
• Ms. Kelly Willis, Interim Executive Director, Senior Vice President, Global Health Programs, Accordia Global Health Foundation

Breakout Session III - Gender Empowerment
How can IT empower Women health Reasearchers and care providers?
Moderator: Dr. Amita Gupta, Associate Professor and Deputy Direct, Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education
Speakers:
• Ms. Jessica Colaco, Research Lead, iHub
• Ms. Caroline Mbindyo, e-Health Programme Program Manager, AMREF
• Ms. Margaret Mongare, Team Lead, Biodesign Global Exchange Program, Stanford University
• H.E. Mrs. Oluwatoyin Saraki, Founder, The Wellbeing Foundation
4:0pm - 4:15pm - ONE UN Hotel, 44th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues
Break
4:15pm - 5:30pm - ONE UN Hotel, 44th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues
BREAKOUT SESSIONS B

Breakout Session I - Scalability and Sustainability
What are the strategies to achieve program scalability and sustainability of ICT Innovations that will Support and empower health care workers?
Moderator: Dr. Esther Ogara, Head of e-Health, Kenya
Speakers:
• Ms. Yvonne MacPherson, Executive Director, BBC Media Action USA
• Ms. Caroline Mbindyo, e-Health Programme Manager, AMREF
• Dr. Prabhjot Singh, Co-Chair, One Million Community Health Worker Campaign

Breakout Session II - Public Private Partnerships
What is nessecary to create high impact public private partnerships to support health provider education?
Moderator: Dr. Jeffrey Blander, Acting Deputy Director & Sr. Advisor, Private Sector Engagement, Office of the US Global AIDS Coordinator
Speakers:
• Mr. Ed Fantegrossi, Chair and CEO of EDCO/TellAlf
• Ms. Florence Gaudry-Perkins, International Affairs Director, Alcatel-Lucent
• Mr. Yonas Maru, Managing Director, Bandwidth and Cloud Services Group
• Mr. Robert Noll, Director, Alvarez & Marsal

Breakout Session III - Social Networks
How can social media support the creation of "markets", demand for better health services, better care, from both providers and the community?
Moderator: Mr. John Forrer, Associate Director, Institute for Corporate Responsibility, George Washington University
Speakers:
• Ms. Erica Kochi, Tech Innovation Lead, UNICEF
• Ms. Taynah Reis, Vice President, New Frontiers of Cooperation Institute

Breakout Session IV - Leveraging Mobile Technology to Strengthen Health System
How can mHealth catalyze health system performance?
Moderator: Dr. Alain Labrique, Director of the Johns Hopkins Global mHealth Initiative
Speakers:
• Professor M. Abul Kalam Azad, Additional Director-General, Office of the DG of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Bangladesh
• Mr. Sriram Bharatam, CEO & Founder, Iridium Interactive
• Mr. Zachariah Jezman, Project Manager, Village Reach
• Dr. Garrett Mehl, Department of Reproductive Health and Research, World Health Organization
• Dr. Adam Slote, Senior Health Advisor, USAID/Global Health

Day 2 - February 7, 2013

9:00am - 10:00am - ONE UN Hotel, 44th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues (directly across street from the United Nations)
Check-in
10:00am - 11:30am - ONE UN Hotel, 44th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues
BREAKOUT SESSIONS C

Breakout Session I - National and Institutional Policy and Regulation
How can government and regional policies address optimization of the new infrastructure and IT capacity for the health care sector and health education?
Moderator: Mr. Gary Fowlie, Head of Strategy and Policy Unit, ITU
Speakers:
• Ms. Alice Borrelli, Director of Global Health and Workforce Policy, Intel
• Mr. Larry Irving, Co-Founder, The Mobile Alliance for Global Good
• Mr. Mick Keyes, Senior Technologist, Enterprise Group, Hewlett Packard
• Ms. Karen Schulder Rheuban, Director of University of Virginia Center for Telehealth

Breakout Session II - Distance Learning
What have been the barriers on the ground to adoption and scale up of existing models of e-learning/mHealth training methods and how can we collectively address those barriers?
Moderator: Mr. Tom O'Callaghan, Founder and CEO, iheed
Speakers:
• Dr. Richard Gakuba, Director of eHealth, Rwanda Ministry of Health
• Dr. Egbe Osifo-Dawodu, Partner, Anadach Group
• Dr. Kathleen Page, Director, Latin American Programs, Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education
• Dr. Kate Tulenko, Director, CapacityPlus
• Dr. Deborah Van Dyke, Founder and Executive Director, Global Health Media Project

Breakout Session III - Centers of Excellence for ICT in Health Education and Research Training
Can the creation of Centers of Excellence - that would serve as hubs for innovation, research, knowledge sharing and capacity-building in ICT – help to catalyze better and smarter use of ICT in training the health care and health research workforce?
Moderator: Nalini Anand, Director, Division of International Science Policy Planning and Evaluation; Acting Director, Center for Global Health Studies, Fogarty International Center, National Institutes of Health
Speakers:
• Dr. Susan Albright, Director, Technology for Learning in Health Sciences, Tufts University School of Medicine
• Dr. Seble Frehywot, Principal Investigator, MEPI Coordinating Center, George Washington University
• Dr. Mubashar Sheikh, Executive Director, Global Health Workforce Alliance
• Professor Francis Tusubira, CEO, UbuntuNet Alliance for Research and Education Networking

Breakout Session IV - Certification and Professionalism
How can distance education support efforts to harmonize national, regional and global training certification of all cadres of health providers and intraprofessional initiatives?
Moderator: Dr. Patrick Kelley, Director, Board on African Science Academy
Speakers:
• Dr. Robert Bollinger, Director, Johns Hopkins Center For Clinical Global Health Education
• Hon. A. Opendi, State Minister for Primary Health Care, Uganda
• Ms. Samantha Parsons, General Manager, inPractice® Africa
• Professor Nelson Sewankambo, Principal of Makerere College of Health Sciences, Chair of the Medical Education Parntership Initiative (MEPI) PI Counsel
11:30am - 1:00pm - ONE UN Hotel, 44th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues; 2nd Floor - Diplomat Ballroom
Lunch
1:00pm - 2:30pm - United Nations, North Lawn Building, Conference Room 1
Plenary III - mHealth Tools and POC Devices
Which new mHealth tools and point-of-care devices are needed to support providers in resource-limited settings and which existing platforms can/should be scaled up?
Moderator: Dr. Patricia Mechael, Executive Director, mHealth Alliance
Speakers:
• Dr. Larry Chang, Co-Director, Science and Implementation, eMOCHA; Johns Hopkins University
• Ms. Shawn A. Covell, Vice President, Wireless Reach Initiative, Qualcomm
• Dr. Groesbeck Parham, Founding Co-Director, African Center of Excellence for Women’s Cancer Control
• Ms. Sandhya Rao, Senior Advisor for Private Sector Partnerships, USAID
• Mr. Lee Wells, Head of Health Programs (Africa), Vodafone Foundation

2:30pm - 4:00pm - United Nations, North Lawn Building, Conference Room 1
Plenary IV - Leveraging Social Media
How can social media be leveraged to address the global health workforce gap?
Moderator: Ms. Jessica Colaco, Research Lead, iHub
Speaker:
• Mr. Jeff Arnold, Chairman & CEO, Sharecare
• Mr. Christoph Pimmer, Educational Researcher, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland
• Dr. Scott Ratzan, Vice President, Global Health, Johnson & Johnson
• Dr. Kate Tulenko, Director, CapacityPlus
• Ms. Sarah Wynn-Williams, Manager, Global Public Policy, Facebook

4:00pm - 5:00pm - United Nations, North Lawn Building, Conference Room 1
Ministerial Forum
Moderator: Suvi Linden, Special Envoy, Broadband Commission for Digital Development*
• Honorable Dr. Kesetebirhan Admasu Birhane, Minister of Health, Ethiopia
• Honorable Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, Minister of Health of the Republic of Rwanda (video message)
• Hon. Sarah A. Opendi, State Minister for Primary Health Care, Uganda
• Honorable Minister Muhammad Alit Pate, Minister of State for Health, Nigeria

5:00pm - 5:30pm - United Nations, North Lawn Building, Conference Room 1
Ambassador's Forum
TBD
Moderator: Mr. Amir Dossal, Chairman, Global Partnerships Forum
• H.E. Mr. Tekeda Alemu, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Permanent Representative of the Federal Republic of Ethiopia to the United Nations
• H.E. Mr. Eugθne-Richard Gasana, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Rwanda to the United Nations
• H.E. Mr. Jean-Francis Regis Zinsou, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Permanent Representative of Benin to the United Nations and Chair of the LDC Group
• H.E. Mr. Arthur Sewankambo Kafeero, Chargι d'affaires a.i., Permanent Mission of the Republic of Uganda to the United Nations*
• H.E. Mr. Geir O. Pedersen, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Permanent Representative of Norway to the United Nations*

5:30pm - 5:45pm - United Nations, North Lawn Building, Conference Room 1
Closing Remarks
Summit summary and announcements of new partnerships and initiatives
• Dr. Robert C. Bollinger, Director, Center for Clinical Global Health Education, Johns Hopkins University

*Invited
**Ticket required.