• Michael Ramirez (@smartideamaster) | on 24th Aug 2017
    information about most populations, age, income, mortality etc. is already available. Combining that already existing information along with other outlying factors specific to the needs of healthcare services will identify the target areas and their populations. utilizin ...

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  • Dan Pezzin (@lieutenantdan) | on 15th May 2017
    The same way businesses identify the customers that need their services, demographics, psychographics, behaivorgraphics, etc.
  • Jonathan Sper (@jdsper) | on 8th Dec 2016
    Partner with local grocery stores to determine the eating habits of a particular demographic. By voluntarily entering a household indicator upon purchasing of groceries, individual household eating habits and nutritional data can be used to infer potential at-risk popula ...

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  • It is most necessary to build a culture regarding the health care ,My Focus is third world countries which is facing some trouble regarding the health issues health care like un BARNDED MEDICATION how we control on the un branded medicine , What measure taken are nedeed ...

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  • Yulius Silalahi (@yulius.silalahi) | in Mar 2016
    Usually if we want to ask for information about people need help, we will go to NGO, or Non-profits organization. But if Non-profits organization ask who can they help, i believe they could ask information from the Missionary movement. It can be any legal Missionary move ...

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  • Coen Dahlhaus (@coendahlhaus) | in Mar 2016
    The mobile networks reach out to very remote places nowadays. SMS messaging is the cheapest and easiest way for people to community. Connect these questions coming in by SMS with crowdsourcing Services like Mechanical Turk to crowdsource the answer and push it back by SM ...

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  • Niko Narimanidze (@nikonarimanidze) | in Feb 2016
    Nowadays there are many healthy problem, because our environment is dirty and there is many virus what can cause very bed diseases, but sometimes it is possible to prevent them very easy, for that we need knowledge.I there should be some web pages where people can get s ...

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  • Ashwin Kumar (@ashwin) | in Dec 2015
    We see in rural village people doesn’t get good doctors. On Weekly or Bi-weekly if NGO can have a medical camps in the rural village. Were in the doctors from the private and reputed hospital can agree to dedicate their time and visit these camps and provide free service ...

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  • Ashwin Kumar (@ashwin) | in Dec 2015
    Rural area always have shortage of doctors. In Indian government can make some good incentive plans and allowance to the doctors who give their service in rural areas. This will some part motivate the doctors and help rural areas health development. Encourage other docto ...

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  • coyotes8 (@coyotes8) | in Aug 2015
    I don't know if it is possible to get access to NHS records just for areas with highest hospital use, a pattern could be established, for a broad picture of where most medical problems are and the ages establish could also used to be an indicator.
  • a (@alex.riva) | in Jul 2015
    I’ve only met one person in my life who actually enjoyed getting his blood taken, and he was a strange fellow. Instead of vials of blood—usually one vial per every test needed—Theranos is a new technology that requires only a drop of blood from a pinprick. With that they ...

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  • a (@alex.riva) | in Jul 2015
    Many countries have tariffs on medications, or do not allow generics. Online pharmacies use the internet to enable people to access these drugs across borders at a fraction of the cost, saving people millions of dollars.