A new report from Rice University Jones Graduate School of Business and the George W.

A new report from Rice University Jones Graduate School of Business and the George W. Bush Institute offers a solution to improve the distribution methods for health information, products and services. The report ‘Delivering Healthcare Global Poor: Solving the accessibility problem,’Rice Marc Epstein, distinguished research professor of management was wrote and Eric G. Director of global health at the Bush Institute. It appears in the latest issue of the MIT Press published innovation. – ‘People are of diseases that we know how to cure, such as tuberculosis, malaria and dysentery die,’Epstein said. ‘But there are a number of current problems in the way lifesaving medicines life-saving medicines, technologies and care and this is where business people can step in and make a difference.

Epstein said if comprehensive health care distribution model is used, significant positive expected. Expected. ‘It can take care access because it business models to business model to the questions efficiency , efficiency and sustainability, which prevents many efforts for health care in low-income countries address have to deliver. ‘.Corporate corporate influence on teaching medical journals have, even though medical strong on magazines for the medical More Information. Many of these magazines which are solely Advertisement advertising turnover and contain easy-to-read summaries of published research results are non sent into countries all around the world to medical. Realize aware of these biases of using medical school materials free health publication.

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