Integrated people-centered health services means putting people and communities, not diseases, at the center of health systems, and empowering people to take charge of their own health rather than being passive recipients of services. Evidence shows that health systems oriented around the needs of people and communities are more effective, cost less, improve health literacy and patient engagement, and are better prepared to respond to health crises. In this webinar, we showcased the impact of adopting integrated people-centered services, on a system and individual level, highlighting examples and shedding light on the importance of an integrated people-centered system in a time of crisis.

Samar Nassar

Director – Healthcare
KPMG in Saudi Arabia