Siddhartha Bhattacharya, India Country Manager, has summarized comments on the health sector of an interesting report by PricewaterhouseCoopers on how India can achieve compounded annual GDP growth of ten percent or more.
I spent two days participating in a conference in Stockholm on the topic of welfare technology.
Here is a critique and analysis from The Lancet of the draft National Health Policy of the Indian government.
As this article in the Lancet on reform of the National Health Service of Great Britain highlights, improving access to and the quality of primary healthcare is central to the reform of all health systems.
Very often, elderly patients are prescribed a large and diverse set of medications to address multiple different health issues.
A new report from the Milken Institute highlights what features of urban life are important for the health of older citizens. It ranks US cities with respect to these criteria.
The transcript of President William A. Haseltine's speech at the Fourth United States China Healthcare Summit is online and available for download.
Several members of the ACCESS Health India Quality and Process Improvement team have been invited to speak at PEDICON 2015, the fifty second annual national conference of the Indian Academy of Pediatrics. The conference will take place in Delhi, from January 22 to January 24.
ACCESS Health International announced the appointment of Siddhartha Bhattacharya to head ACCESS Health India. In his new role, Mr. Bhattacharya will oversee and manage programmatic investments to strengthen health systems throughout the country.
In my previous blog post, I described the work of the Mobile Team for the Elderly in Uppsala, Sweden, a municipality of two hundred thousand. In this blog post, I will discuss some of the tangible benefits of the Mobile Team to the municipality, to patients, and to patients’ families.