cm_theme~~ Eduardo Pisani appointed as Chief Strategy Officer for Tech Care for All

Eduardo Pisani Appointed As Chief Strategy Officer For Tech Care For All

Tech Care for All (, the digital health and social impact company focused on sustainably transforming health outcomes in Africa and Asia, continues to strengthen its management team by adding Eduardo Pisani as Chief Strategy Officer, to support the development and implementation of strategic programs that improve patient access to healthcare.

A passionate public health policy advocate and a corporate executive, with a legal background and with three decades of international experience in global healthcare companies and trade associations, Eduardo Pisani has contributed to advancing public policy discussions from a close vantage point. In particular, after being a corporate counsel at Immuno and Baxter, he joined Bristol-Myers Squibb in 2001, where he reached the position of Vice-President, International Policy and Government Affairs. In 2010, he took the role as IFPMA Director General, to lead the dialogue between research-based pharmaceutical companies and associations with the United Nations' specialized agencies (such as the WHO), and other international organizations. Most recently he worked for MSD and UCB.

"I am very proud to see Eduardo joining Tech Care for All as Chief Strategy Officer. He brings 30 years of senior and successful experience in the heathcare sector. His 7+ years tenure as GM of IFPMA in Geneva notably gives him a unique view of all key stakeholders that can advance healthcare in Africa and Asia. He joins us at a pivotal moment as we see significant traction in our activities" said Emmanuel Blin, Founder and CEO of TC4A.

"At a time when digital health is high on the global health agenda, it is possible to tangibly contribute to achieving universal coverage" said Eduardo Pisani. "It is with enthusiasm that I will help positioning Tech Care for All as a solution partner to accelerate access to quality care for underserved populations"