AMP Health participates in meeting on integrating disease surveillance into community health worker networks

On October 3, 2017, AMP Health Director Mike Park and Aspen Global Innovators Group Managing Director Katie Drasser joined the Skoll Global Threats Fund and representatives from Medic Mobile, Living Goods, Last Mile Health, the Rockefeller Foundation, and more to discuss disease surveillance in community health worker networks. Participants discussed strategies and challenges to integrate community health workers into the detection, response, and verification stages of pandemic prevention. Through collaborative partnerships, stakeholder and community engagement, there is a huge opportunity to integrate disease surveillance into community health worker training programs across the globe.