AHNAKOT will build an integrated health, well-being and biotech ecosystem that goes above and beyond traditional medical care an unparalleled end-to-end system entirely centred on the individual. With world-class treatment and inclusive care, AHNAKOT will harness innovative technology, research and education to become a global benchmark in the field.

AHNAKOT The vision for 2029 

Our world experts suggests the need for significant improvements to care, as well as better and much more equitable access. Nine policy initiatives were identified to help achieve these goals:

5. Strengthen primary healthcare.

A robust primary care sector is the linchpin of good health services and should be a priority for national and international health agencies. It increases access to care and helps many people stay as healthy as possible during their lifetime by providing immunizations, antenatal care and chronic disease management.

 6. Empower and engage people and their communities.

Staying healthy also requires actions and choices by individuals and their families. Communities can complement government policies and programmes that assist individuals to stay healthy, such as by providing access to the right information and improving health literacy. Changing lifestyles requires a package of policy approaches that affect individuals, populations and the landscape where they operate.

7. Promote people-centred innovation and technologies.

The Fourth Industrial Revolution will provide a platform for bridging the gaps between people of different locations and milieux. Bringing the human touch and sophisticated technology together in seamless patient journeys, deployed locally, will make care accessible to many. Big data and analytics have the potential to provide better ways to evaluate individuals’ outcomes and cut across silos of care.

8. Allocate the appropriate resources to health and social systems and maximize value for money.

AHNAKOT expect with Government will create enough fiscal space to sustain a minimum level of public investment in essential health services and to minimize impoverishing households through out-of-pocket expenses.

9. Promote accountability and leadership.

Achieving this vision requires strong accountability mechanisms (application of laws, regulations, ethical standards and norms) throughout the health system. Leadership and policy alignment are needed to accelerate new solutions and engage providers, payers, employers and staff, and patients and their families towards an accountable, more efficient and transparent health system.

The future AHNAKOT and state vision for 2029 suggests great opportunities to make the Cambodia a healthier and more equitable place for us all.