Global Health Delivery Program (GHD)

by Partners In Health (PIH)

The Global Health Project has benefited from a “listening tour” by Jim Kim as he has been out and about asking for feedback on the initial set of ideas. The team has assembled in the new Harvard School of Public Health FXB Center offices, and has started to generate a promising talent pipeline. Rebecca Weintraub has come on board to direct the project, coming from both an entrepreneurial background given her participation in the founding of the wildly successful nonprofit Jumpstart, and a healthcare pro given her experience at Brigham and Women’s as a physician.

The vision here has an academic hub component, a methodology/technology for collecting and disseminating the learning from the field, and actual projects on the ground that serve patient needs.


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Partners In Health (PIH)

Location: Boston, MA - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Tom Bird
Chairman, GlobalGiving Foundation
Concord, MA United States

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