ThinkWell at the 2023 IHEA Congress

17 May 2023

The IHEA congress is an international convention of health systems experts to discuss the latest data, methodologies, findings, and tools in the pursuit of improving health care around the globe. It will take place in both buildings of the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC).

Below you can find an agenda of all of the organized sessions, oral presentations, and poster presentations ThinkWell will be organizing for the main congress. The main IHEA congress will be held July 10-12, 2023. As more details around schedules become available, this page will be updated.

IHEA Congress Agenda

Congress Registration

ThinkWell’s Pre-Congresses

Organized sessions

Florence Tochukwu Sibeudu, Olusola Oresanya, Christina Banks, Annette Ozaltin

Tuesday, July 11, 10:30 AM-12:00 PM

Stephen Muleshe, Angellah Nakyanzi

Monday, July 10, 10:30 AM-12:00 PM

Mursaleena Islam, Nirmala Ravishankar, Najibullah Syed

Wednesday, July 12, 11:00 AM-12:30 PM

Oral presentations

Find all the details for our oral presentations by accessing the IHEA 2023 agenda and searching “ThinkWell.”

Examining the Challenges of Purchasing Primary Health Care Interventions in Urban Settings: Lessons from Kampala and Nairobi

Richard Ssemujju

The Role of National Health Insurance in Reducing Catastrophic Health Spending on Maternal and Neonatal Health Services in Indonesia Year 2018-2021

Mutia Astrini Pratiwi

Increasing the Sustainability and Fairness of the National Health Insurance in Indonesia

Ruli Endepe Al Faizin

Private Primary Healthcare Provider Readiness in Strengthening HIV Care in Indonesia

Diah Evasari Husnul Khotimah

Better access to Emergency Medicines and Health Supplies; Implications of Improved Autonomy in the Context of Performance Based Financing

Eric Tabusibwa

Does the Gratuité User Fee Exemption Policy Make a Difference on Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Service Utilization in Conflict-Affected Regions of Burkina Faso? Evidence from a Pre-Post Analysis

Marie-Jeanne Offosse Ngbesso

The Effect of Districts’ Health Expenditure Towards Maternal Mortality Rate in Indonesia

Nirwan Maulana

Does fiscal capacity at the district level influence vaccination coverage and the infant mortality rate? Findings from Indonesian National Socio-Economic Survey 2019 – 2021

Edward Sutanto