Movement Health 2030

A partnership initiative launched in 2020 with the goal of building sustainable and integrated healthcare ecosystems

Movement Health 2030

A collaborative, long-term partnership initiative called Movement Health 2030 (MH2030) was launched in 2020 with the goal of building sustainable and integrated healthcare ecosystems. Now, MH2030 operates in Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, and Europe.

Together with Harvard University's Professor of Global Health Systems, Rifat Atun, the Copenhagen Institute for Future Studies (CIFS), Microsoft, Roche, and Siemens Healthineers has formed the Movement Health Foundation.

Read more about the launch of the Movement Health Foundation or visit the official Movement Health Foundation website.

The Idea Behind Movement Health 2030

Many countries face health challenges, but they tackle them in different ways. By participating in MH2030, countries can share approaches to addressing health challenges and choose the most effective approaches, fully or in part. MH2030 allows doctors and clinicians, regulators and health officials, representatives of the health industry and patient organisations to step away from their daily routines and think about the future with MH2030.

What the Institute does

To understand the state of health and the health sector in each of the countries that participate in MH2030, the Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies conducts research, expert interviews, workshops, and round tables. In country-level workshops, the Institute convenes key health actors to identify fundamental challenges, opportunities, and aspirations: strengths and weaknesses of national healthcare systems, as well to describe the healthcare system of the country in question as experts want it to be in 2030.

The insights and experiences collected at the workshops are processed, analysed, and compared with similar experiences, to be then shared at regional round tables, to identify common solutions and to ensure transfer of knowledge where solutions are in place in another country of the same region.

By bringing together patient organisations, providers and researchers, Movement Health ensures inclusive partnership models to address the most pressing health challenges. In this way, a holistic, inclusive approach is ensured in the workshops, which include experts from a wide range of fields across the health sector.

We combine the research findings with those arrived to at round tables and workshops, to choose innovation challenges and bottlenecks, and to identify opportunities for cross-border collaboration that will help countries overcome their most pressing health challenges.