McKinsey & Co reports on the pharmaceutical and life sciences companies that can unlock new opportunities, help underserved patients, and build a cycle of trust.

In the long form article, they state that individual companies or groups of companies can share their unique capabilities by partnering in specific regions.

“Abdul Latif Jameel Health and Butterfly Network, for example, are partnering to bring an advanced ultrasound device to underserved people across the Middle East, North Africa, and India. Best Buy Health, Boston Children’s Hospital, Alphabet, Microsoft, Validi, and others have joined the Health Equity and Access Leadership (HEAL) Coalition to mitigate health disparities through technology.”


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