A growing cadre of health entrepreneurs are launching new products and services that aim to improve the lives of people in resource-constrained regions of the globe. But many of these innovators have discovered that a bright idea is rarely enough to guarantee a bright future. In “Meeting the Challenges of Global Health,” published in the Spring 2014 issue of SSIR, Lyn Denend and Amy Lockwood outline seven lessons that entrepreneurs should learn if they want to surmount the obstacles that...
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