Inclusive Innovation Exchange

Leveraging Technology to Scale Outcomes in Global Health

A discussion on the infrastructure required for digital health to flourish.

On-Demand | 60 minutes

Originally Recorded on July 1, 2021

About this webinar

Digital health has gained increasing importance, particularly as COVID-19 has challenged health access around the world. This burgeoning frontier of healthcare delivery offers promise to enable lower cost, high quality care to larger populations. However, we rarely talk about the infrastructure required for digital health to flourish. Cross-sector collaboration is critical to ensure governments and the private sector cultivate an enabling environment for growth. This includes digital policy and regulation, digital connectivity, mobile access, data security, and local skill-building.   

Join our panelists to discuss the importance of digital infrastructure, the role of collaboration to strengthen these systems and empower digital innovation, and the future of digital health. 

  • Clay Sader is the Chief Operating Officer and former Director of Product at Zenysis Technologies. As the company’s first hire, Clay developed product strategy, shaped embedded delivery models, and launched projects in Ethiopia, Zambia, South Africa, Togo, and Liberia. Today Clay oversees global operations, business development, and product delivery. 
  • Temi Filani is a public health professional and currently leads the Design for Health Practice with Co-creation Hub (CcHUB), where she is responsible for strategic planning, thought leadership, partnerships, and business development with the goal of spurring design, innovation, and use of technology in the healthcare space across Africa. She is also currently enrolled in the Master of Healthcare Quality and Safety program at Harvard Medical School.
  • Paul Musser leads Mastercard’s Global Pharmaceutical and MedTech vertical. Using innovative business models and Mastercard’s extensive technology resources, he and his teams look for ways to further enable the life-improving potential of medicine. Paul has been with MasterCard since 2007, where he has held a variety of roles, including sales, product development, and corporate strategy.

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In this episode, we will:

  • Define digital infrastructure and clarify why it’s important to promote health access
  • Explore the power of collaboration to further digital health
  • Identify opportunities for the future


Meet The Presenters


Clay Sader

COO and former Director of Product at Zenysis Technologies


Temi Filani

Practice Lead, Public Health Practice at CcHUB


Paul Musser

SVP, Partnerships & Business Development, Humanitarian & Development at Mastercard


Marissa Gilman

Senior Manager and Global Health Practice Lead at Resonance

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