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Public-private partnerships can improve rural healthcare in the digital age

Public-private partnerships are delivering digital dispensaries in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Image: Shutterstock

Pamela D.A. Reeve
Chair of the Board, American Tower
Shobana Kamineni
Executive Vice Chairperson, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited
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Teleconsultation services can be widened through public-private partnerships in rural India. Image: American Tower Corporation (ATC) CSR Foundation India

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