HealthManagement, Volume 20 - Issue 9, 2020

Cover Story: Chained Globalisation

Cover Story: Chained Globalisation
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Globalisation promotes healthcare innovation on a worldwide scale through the exchange of ideas and technologies. Despite all efforts to promote best practices, why doesn’t this international approach always work as well as it should? What are the cultural differences or regional specialities that need to be bridged? How can we improve the implementation, transfer and application of healthcare services and knowledge across different borders and specialties? How can we ensure equity in healthcare across the globe? This and much more in our upcoming issue.

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