Bridging the rural healthcare gap

The healthcare-delivery scene in rural developing world is unimaginable sitting in the big cities. Most of the people go to a ‘person who is not a doctor,’ when they are sick. They go to the trusted pharmacy owner around the corner, as often the nearest healthcare facility is miles away. Rubayat Khan, a Bangladeshi entrepreneur considers how technology and market mechanisms can help bridge these health care gaps tapping into unique alternatives.

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