With the lowest worldwide healthcare spendings, doctors shortages, dominance of rural areas, and poor infrastructure, African countries take advantage of digitalization to ensure universal access to medical services. Healthcare innovations – which are “nice-to-have” for many high-income countries – can save lives here. We talk with Dr. Amit N. Thakker, President of The Africa Healthcare Federation, about the continent under transformation...
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