Find out how inequitable access to care could be impacting your employees

One of the biggest problems in the global health landscape is inequitable access to care. There’s still a disparity between the level of treatment you can receive in some parts of the world, meaning the country or postcode you are born or live in could determine whether you receive the appropriate treatment for a critical condition.

In this video interview, Dr Leena Johns, Chief Health & Wellness Officer at MAXIS GBN, spoke with Frank Ahedo, CEO at Further,1 to tell us more about the issue of inequitable healthcare and how employers can help tackle the problem.

They discuss a range of topics, including:

  • the regions most affected by inequitable access to healthcare
  • why it’s so important for multinationals to offer a critical illness solution
  • how precision medicine can help to treat cancers more effectively.

Watch the video below and find out more about Further in our wellness technology marketplace.2

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2 MAXIS GBN may receive fees, commissions and/or other remuneration from third parties in connection with the services we carry out for you.