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I think acute care in itself is going to be a fundamental issue all of hospitals need to look at. If I look at my own country, they are going to be the largest pool of related diseases related to lifestyle, whether it’s diabetes, cancer or even cardio related diseases.
And if we don’t fix the entire model of how patient management and treatment from the first year to acute care is set up for success, we are going to have a huge problem in managing just the scale of acute care in terms of infrastructure and facilities. Not to mention the ballooning costs that acute care management may have on any economy as is happening in more developed markets.
And we just cannot afford to build out the enormous infrastructure both in terms of cost and delivery for acute care. And hence from a business model perspective, I think not only us but every developed market or developing market has to look at how they manage the entire patient and disease management process, so that they reduce the burden on infrastructure that is needed for acute care management; which includes early prognosis and diagnosis, early treatment of diseases, preventative health, digitizing health records, as well as clinicians who are more focused on managing patient outcomes much earlier in the process.
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