Chanakya’s article in the Hindustan Times (19/08/17) on the state of healthcare in India should be an eye opener for anyone who is concerned, or even plain curious about the state of healthcare for the average citizen, who relies on the Public Health System:
A short vimeo was produced by WHP about a year ago, and it gives the viewer a good feel of what is happeneing with healthcare on the ground, especially in remote rural areas of India and Kenya:
Leveraging technology to improve health markers is an obvious choice. Perhaps that’s the main reason why countries miss out leveraging this option?
Or, perhaps, as I am increasingly beginning to believe now – we overthink the possible solutions, or attendant problems – aren’t we missing the boat providing healthcare altogether?