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We are a non-profit organization that brings together the public and private sectors to transform health systems in Latin America, addressing the biggest challenges in the sector by strengthening local public policies and developing innovative and scalable solutions.

Our mission

Through a collaborative network, we aim to catalyze the generation of innovations and solutions at scale to positively impact major health challenges in Latin America.

We are aware that it is essential to articulate public-private partnerships to transform health systems around the world, addressing the biggest challenges in the sector by strengthening local public policies and developing innovative and scalable solutions. Therefore, to continue working with these sectors, our goal is to become a foundation, in order to achieve new alliances that improve access to health care and help us develop more sustainable health systems.

Countries

9

Movers

+100

Partners

12

Regions

6

Founded in 

2020

Our DNA

We dream big

Allowing ourselves to explore the impossible, we are optimistic and believe in a better future for all.

We are inclusive

We want everyone to have equal opportunities in participation, voice and contribution. We strive to bring everyone together.

We focus on systems rather than components

High impact requires systems for thinking and execution. We focus on interactions and not individual parts

We are driven by action

We put things into practice and strive to make a measurable and scalable tangible impact.

We think global we act local

We have a global structure but we understand local needs. We want to find globally scalable local solutions.

Our Advisory Board

The Advisory Board is a coalition of experts that experts within Latin American healthcare that steer the vision and direction of Movimiento Salud.

The Advisory Board is a group of eight cross-disciplinary  experts that are highly involved and knowledgable about Latin American healthcare. They are leaders in academia, government and policy, social impact organizations, and the private sector. 

Together, they steer the direction and vision of the Movement, strategizing the partnership models and areas of focus.

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Rifat
Atun

Professor of Global Health Systems at Harvard University

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Laura Chinchilla Miranda

Former President of Costa Rica and Consultant

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Rolf
Hoenger

Area Head for Latin America at Roche Pharma

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Emilio
Santelices

Former Minister of Health of Chile​

Surgeon medical professional

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Bogi
Eliasen

Director of Health at Copenhagen Institute of Future Studies

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