How drones delivering vaccines are saving lives in India
The World Economic Forum's Medicine from the Sky initiative is overcoming healthcare access barriers with drones delivering vaccines to remote areas.
It was in 1983 that Dr Prathap Reddy made a pioneering endeavour by launching India’s first corporate hospital – Apollo Hospitals – in Madras (now known as Chennai). As one of the foremost integrated healthcare groups in Asia, its presence includes 9,834 beds in 69 hospitals, 3,250 pharmacies, over 200 primary care and diagnostic clinics, more than 150 telemedicine centres and branches spanning the length and breadth of the country.
People's health is being affected by climate change, but the healthcare sector is responsible for 4% of global emissions. Healthcare leaders share their solutions.
The doctor-patient relationship is the key to realizing the overall ambition of health for all in India with patient-centric approaches to increase trust.