Intermediaries

Intermediaries

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The Healthcare Expertise Export

Providing greater health access and more efficient health care delivery, especially for vulnerable populations, are priorities for anyone involved in public health. Poor health systems in developing countries mean a shortage of trained health care workers. World Health Organization results show that while European and North American countries have doctors at a ratio of 160 to 560 per 100,000 people, African countries only have two to sixty doctors for every 100,000.

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Removing Barriers for Medical Equipment in the Developing World

The fastest growing for medical devices is not the US but is found in the lesser or least developed nations of the world. However as per WHO estimates 70% of medical devices used in the developed world do not work when they reach the developing world. Why most medical devices transplanted from the developed world to the developing world fail? How come an established technology flounder with change of place? The most common barriers are:

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Foreign Direct Investment Management in Healthcare

An ageing population and increase in cost of chronic care needs are exerting considerable demands on the health systems in the developing and underdeveloped economies. Governments in these economies are expected to do more in the face of healthcare funding. Access to capital has been one of the biggest roadblocks to their growth of the healthcare sector.To meet burgeoning healthcare needs, conventional modes of healthcare funding willneed to be aided by innovative modes of funding to improve healthcare investments.

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