Interests:The political economy of global and domestic health systems, global health organizations, development finance architecture, communicable diseases (health security, HIV, TB and malaria), health systems financing reforms, domestic resource mobilization, taxation and health, non-governmental and private for-profit health sectors, public-private partnerships (PPPs), decentralization and deconcentration, social protection and health, social insurance, human rights and health, reproductive health, setting health system priorities, and health program design and evaluation.
Skills:Policy analysis, organizational review, economic and institutional analyses, building common understanding and consensus, poverty impacts analysis, program design and evaluation, and loan and grant project appraisal.
Background and relevant experience:Current appointment: Chair, Technical Review Panel, the Global Fund for the fights against AIDS, TB and Malaria (The Global Fund) (July 2019 – June 2021)
Member, Technical Review Panel, the Global Fund (March 2017 – July 2019). Co-Focal Point for the Strategic Investment and Sustainable Finance (SISF) technical team.
Since 2015, independent consultant in global health and health development. Recent projects include:
- Review of Eligibility, Transition and Co-financing Policies of the Vaccine Initiative (GAVI). Team member for Policy Analysis. Summer, 2019.
- Review of Sustainability, Transition and Co-financing Policy, the Global Fund. Team Lead for group of five senior experts. December 2018 – June 2019.
Health Director, Millennium Challenge Corporation (April 2006 – July 2011). Led health interventions for the US bilateral initiative, including project activities in Lesotho, Mongolia and Indonesia.
Multiple roles, Asian Development Bank, Manila, Philippines and Washington, DC, USA (October 1994 – August 2004).
Multiple Roles as Health Economist and Program Manager, US Agency for International Development (September 1982 – September 1994). Foreign Service Officer backstopping health activities, including serving in Thailand, Jamaica and the Philippines and managing multi-lateral and bi-lateral health activities in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Personal:Dr. Moser is a national of the United States with more than 35 years of experience in health systems development. She has worked in a number of developing countries and regions, including Latin America and the Caribbean, East and Southern Africa, Central and Southeast Asia and the Pacific. She has undertaken health financing research and taught graduate level courses in health systems development as an adjunct professor at the Johns Hopkins University School for Advanced International Studies (2006 – 2011) and the George Washington University School of Public Health (2000 – 2002). She holds a PhD in Institutional and Public Choice Economics from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA, USA; an MA in Health Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC, USA, and a BA in Comparative Area Studies and Political Development from Duke University in Durham, NC, USA.
For a full CV and list of publications email Patricia at the address provided at the top of this profile.