US Looks to Developing Countries for Healthcare Solutions

It’s much more difficult for healthcare costs to soar in developing countries. Yet, they may provide answers for out of control health care costs in the US, and inspire parterships that benefit both parties.

Countries much poorer than the US offer generally better healthcare. Cuba is one. (See Guardian UK.)

Dr. Michael SaagToday’s Wall Street Journal introduces readers to Alabama doctor Michael Saag, a pre-eminent AIDS doctor and founding director of of “Project Connect”, based on Dr. Saag’s work in AIDS clinics in Zambia.

It seems that America has a lot to learn about quality health care from low-cost initiatives in places like Zambia. Read To Fix Health Care, Some Study Developing World.