KPMG’s Center for Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is the hub for our growing portfolio of global projects helping countries achieve ‘health for all’. Leveraging the knowledge and experience of our 4,500 health professionals across 50 countries, our Center for UHC makes this expertise available to clients that wish to make real progress towards universal health coverage.
With every country worldwide having made the commitment to achieve UHC by 2030, many governments and institutions are looking to meet this goal in a way that is sustainable for the long term. UHC implementations are some of the most complex programs that any nation will ever embark on, with multiple strategic, technical and political hurdles.
KPMG’s Center for UHC exists to help countries overcome these issues. We have developed an unmatched suite of tools, intelligence, insights and experience to make UHC reforms a success. Whether your priority is to introduce health insurance, strengthen providers’ quality and efficiency, reform governance, find new financing sources, redesign payment models or initiate a comprehensive strategy that combines all of these and more, KPMG’s Center for UHC can help you find and implement the right solution.
At the heart of our approach is the belief that success is best achieved by combining local understanding with a global mix of skills. By combining our Global Healthcare, International Development, Government and Infrastructure networks, the Center for UHC makes KPMG the leading partner for those that wish to transform their UHC vision into reality.
Dr. Niti Pall
Dr Mark Britnell