In his regular column, Opinionated, WHJ Publishing Director Steve Gardner reflects on some of the major issues facing the international healthcare sector. In this issue, are big ambitious projects possible? Or even deliverable?
WHJ’s Fabian Sutch-Daggett reports on the Clyde & Co/WHJ debate on the future of digital healthcare
Are we seeing the beginnings of new solutions to medical transportation?
Could a greater impact on the health of a nation actually come from looking firstly at primary care or even pre-primary care and the impact of digital solutions? asks Mindy Daeschner, Chief Commercial Strategy & Marketing Officer of DoctorLink.
Every two years leaders from the world of healthcare gather in Qatar to discuss issues of global importance at WISH – the World Innovation Summit for Health. Supported by the Qatar Foundation, WISH’s intent is to build a healthier world through global collaboration, focusing on innovation.
Since 2014, a key priority for Punjab was improving immunisation coverage. For the most part, Punjab had the staff, vaccines and equipment to immunise every child. However, the government had to ensure that a health worker actually visited every community, every month, to immunise children.