Second Flagship Training on Health Care Financing with China’s NHSA

From November 23 – 27, 2020, the Harvard China Health Partnership (HCHP) held the “Second Annual Flagship Training on Effective and Sustainable Health Care Financing” with China’s National Healthcare Security Administration (NHSA), which oversees public health insurance programs covering 96% of China’s population. With the imminent approval of China’s 14th Five-Year Plan in early 2021, this executive education program was created to introduce new ideas to China’s policy makers and policy implementers…

Inaugural Training Course on Health Financing with NHSA

In November 2019, the National Health Security Administration of China held the Training Course on Health Financing Flagship Project in collaboration with Harvard China Health Partnership and World Bank in Shaoxing, Zhejiang, China.

Global Health Governance For Emerging Global Health Leaders

In October-November 2018, the China Health Partnership of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health conducted a two-week executive education course on Global Health Governance at the request of the National Health Commission of China and funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The National Health Commission requested this executive training course because of the increasingly significant role China is playing in providing foreign health aid to low-income countries.…

Chinese Government Delegation Visits Harvard Chan School

On September 10, 2018 a high-level delegation from China’s State Council Research Office visited the Harvard Chan School. This group of 14 government officials came to learn about built environment and urban environmental planning research. Hosted by the China Health Partnership, the delegation met with Professors Winnie Yip, William Hsiao, Jack Spengler, Joseph Allen, and teams.