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Innovation is combining knowledge from different fields to solve a pressing problem. This is exactly what the eHealth entrepreneur Dr. Daan Dohmen is doing in Holland with his software applications in elder care.
In this first blog post of the series, we discuss the summary findings for the states where ACCESS Health has experience working on health seeking behavior, for both primary care and hospital care.
With expectations flying high among the participants, we moved into the second and third days of the Managing Markets for Health course.
Last week, we helped launch the first ever in person course on Managing Markets for Health, created by the World Bank in partnership with the University of Edinburgh.
In early October, I was part of a two day workshop on Advancing Partnerships for Universal Health Coverage in India, organized by the Harnessing non-state actors for better health for the poor (HANSHEP) group.
About three hundred students, health practitioners, researchers, and members of the public attended the Modern Aging Singapore Kickoff Workshop. Attendees were treated to four presentations from experts in aging and business.
As part of my studies of good practice in elder care, I decided to spend a couple of weeks in Holland.
Floating through the ACCESS Health Rabat office windows comes the rhythmic sound of thousands of feet hitting the pavement, of chanting, of police whistles.