Fresenius Medical Care announced today that it joined the Zero Health Gaps Pledge at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
As part of the Global Health Equity Network (GHEN), the pledge brings together stakeholders from the public and private sectors. In line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, they aim to advance a collective vision of “Zero Health Gaps,” making improvements in health equity.
In total, 39 organizations joined the pledge. Medtronic announced yesterday that it took part. Other medtech companies joining include Henry Schein, Hologic and Philips, according to the World Economic Forum.
Fresenius said its involvement marks a commitment to “meaningful action and collaboration toward health equity.”
“We believe that access to equitable and high-quality health care is a fundamental human right, and we are committed to working with global leaders and organizations to improve the lives of millions of…