With 5.8 billion people with limited or no access to affordable healthcare in the world, the need for access to quality healthcare skills is ever more pressing. GE Healthcare's The Pulse lists six ways - and reasons to believe - the skills gap in healthcare is closer to being closed. Read more. More about GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.
Six Ways the World is Closer to Closing the Healthcare Skills Gap
GE Africa, 23 February 2017
As economies and technology have rapidly evolved, so has the need to ensure people have the skills for a modern workforce and world. It’s a challenge that is likely to span… Read more »
With 5.8 billion people with limited or no access to affordable healthcare in the world, the need for access to quality healthcare skills is ever more pressing.
When Zimbabwean midwife Clara Methie isn't at the bedside delivering babies, she's lobbying administrators to provide basic resources like - sterile gloves. Clara says to imp Read more »
Africa will be short six million healthcare workers by 2030, and "six million mammography machines or six million of any technology won't fix that," writes John Flannery. Inst Read more »
The videos below from the last GE Developing Health Summit showcase 3 doctors with projects focused on bringing healthcare to underserved patients in urban and rural communities. ... Read more »
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