Partnership for Health System Sustainability and Resilience

In collaboration with London School of Economics and AstraZeneca

An initiative to make sure health systems withstand future crises.

The Partnership for Health System Sustainability and Resilience (PHSSR) has been initiated by the London School of Economics (LSE), the World Economic Forum (WEF) and AstraZeneca, motivated by a shared commitment to improving population health, through and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.

The pandemic has tested our health systems to, and beyond their limits. We could - and should - have been better prepared for this crisis. It has exposed long-standing fault lines in health systems that were already straining to meet increasing population needs and bridge health inequalities. Change is needed to build health systems that are both resilient to crises and sustainable in the face of long-term stresses.

From new models of care, to innovative financing mechanisms and breakthrough technologies, PHSSR aims to make change happen, by identifying transferrable solutions with the greatest potential, and supporting their adoption to deliver better health and better care for all.

The PHSSR Pilot

Find out how we are piloting a framework to analyse the sustainability and resilience of health systems

Country-specific analysis, transferrable insights

Meet the specialist teams analysing health system resilience and sustainability in eight pilot countries

The foundations of a broad-based partnership

Our steering committee provides expert counsel and strategic direction to the project in our dynamic environment

PHSSR Summit: 15 - 19 March

Join us from the 15-19th March to hear about the partnership’s work at the first virtual PHSSR Summit, which will bring together over 50 leading experts from these eight countries and from bodies such as the OECD, the World Health Organization, the World Heart Federation, the International Society of Nephrology, to discuss the future of health in a post COVID-19 world.

Find out more and register now