The June edition for Healthcare Global is live!

By Catherine Sturman
Welcome to the latest edition of Healthcare Global. This June, we have an issue jam-packed with insight for business leaders. For our leadership featu...

Welcome to the latest edition of Healthcare Global. This June, we have an issue jam-packed with insight for business leaders.

For our leadership feature this month, Bill Anderson, Head of Business Development for Healthcare at global outsourcing giant, Intelenet Global Services, discusses how the company works to help businesses keep up to speed in such an evolving industry.

Shedding a more global light on the subject, we also spoke with RVP EMEA at DataStax, Martin James, regarding how IoT is reshaping traditional healthcare processes.

Meanwhile, we caught up with Zipline, a company which is bringing drone technology into the medical field. Launching the world’s first national drone delivery operation in Rwanda, the government-backed initiative has seen blood, plasma and platelets whizzed to 21 hospitals throughout what is the most densely populated nation in mainland Africa

Finally, looking into how the Middle East is managing the changing shifts across the healthcare sector, Executive Vice President of Fakeeh Care, Sanjay Shah, discusses how the group is transforming medical and education provision in line with Saudi Vision 2030.

We’ve also brought you an easy-to-digest list of the 10 largest hospitals in the world, based on capacity.

We hope you enjoy this month’s magazine, and as always welcome your feedback on Twitter: @Business_Chief

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