Healthcare innovation in the modern medicine era has been largely successful in developing reactive care solutions to tackle diseases after the onset of symptoms. However, even with these strides in healthcare technology, over 50% of the global burden of disease is chronic illness (Source: World Health Organization).
Since chronic diseases are long lasting, illnesses can have a compounding and sustained effect on the social, physical, psychological and economic levels of the individual and broader society. There is increasing advocacy for a proactive model focused on preventing and forestalling the onset of disease as the best solution to the growing crisis of chronic disease.
This offers a massive opportunity in the wholistic and preventive care space.
A society is only as resilient as its healthcare ecosystem. The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic is a testament to this.
The key characteristics of a resilient ecosystem are affordability, accessibility and quality of service.
We aim to invest at various points of the health infrastructure to build a healthier world.