5 Ways U.S. Diplomatic Community Can Help More Countries Invest In Health, Health Workforce

IntraHealth International’s “Vital”: How the Diplomatic Community Can Help Solve the Health Workforce Crisis
Pape Amadou Gaye, president and CEO of IntraHealth International, discusses improvements made to the health care workforce in the Dominican Republic and recommends five steps the U.S. diplomatic community can take to help more countries invest in health and the global health workforce: “Encourage officials to focus on the health workforce … Push one another to do more … Promote South-to-South collaboration … Understand the potential of community health workers … Help build a culture of technology, data, and public-private partnership” (4/4).

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