The healthcare-delivery scene in rural developing world is unimaginable sitting in the big cities. Most of the people go to a ‘person who is not a doctor,’ when they are sick. They go to the trusted pharmacy owner around the corner, as often the nearest healthcare facility is miles away. Rubayat Khan, a Bangladeshi entrepreneur considers how technology and market mechanisms can help bridge these health care gaps tapping into unique alternatives.

Rubayat Khan
Healthcare Entrepreneur

Rubayat Khan is a Bangladeshi entrepreneur passionate about bridging the rural healthcare gap sustainably using technology and market mechanisms. Straddling the intersections between public health, social enterprise, technology and data science, Rubayat’s organization Jeeon is working with the belief that 3 Billion rural people can be reached for the first time with modern healthcare services.

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Recorded at TEDxDhaka http://bit.ly/TEDxDhaka2017 on 18th November, 2017, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Rubayat Khan is a Bangladeshi entrepreneur passionate about bridging the rural healthcare gap sustainably using technology and market mechanisms. Straddling the intersections between public health, social enterprise, technology and data science, Rubayat’s organization Jeeon is working with the belief that 3 Billion rural people can be reached for the first time with modern healthcare services. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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