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My personal vision for health care around the world, and the global view of this, is that we should be learning from each other more.
We are learning a lot currently from the developing countries. You know from the systems that we have always thought to be behind in terms of technology and adoption, innovation; they are now leading the way for us. They are teaching us what works, what doesn’t work, and how to really harness technology to serve let’s say the rural populations in some of these countries.
In Asia, for instance where there’s lots of new development, it’s almost like white space for innovation. So we are seeing new ideas being tested out, ideas like tele-medicine and tele-health, where it’s probably easier to start because it’s not so much burdened by history, for instance, or very strict regulations that have been put up over the years. So innovations tend to be initiated very quickly and spread very quickly in these countries.
So I think if these ideas could be spread, really like a reverse innovation as we call it, even in the developed world, we might be able to find new solutions to old and the key problems we’ve been struggling with all this time.
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