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Insights into Healthcare Entrepreneurship in Africa, Reinventing Doctorpreneurship in Africa and Healthcare Innovation

African Dooctorpreneurs is a blog focusing on the world of healthcare, entrepreneurship and Innovation. We give you insight into some of the past, present and future practices that can transform healthcare entrepreneurship in Africa. If you like our content, don’t forget to subscribe at the bottom of the page.

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GROWING YOUR HOSPITAL BUSINESS IN AFRICA – DEVELOPING AN EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE OPERATIONAL SYSTEM – PART TWO

Hamza Asumah, MD The Hospital operations that power care delivery are central to effective, long-term healthcare transformation. Operations include the administrative, financial, legal, and clinical activities that keep health systems running and patients cared for. With operations being so important to care delivery, forward-thinking organizations are constantly striving to improve their operational outcomes. I must…

GROWING YOUR HOSPITAL BUSINESS IN AFRICA – DEVELOPING AN EFFICIENT AND EFFECTIVE OPERATIONAL SYSTEM – PART 1

Hamza Asumah, MD So much in Africa’s private hospital business is left to chance, with no clear strategy in place to ensure growth and profitability. This is one of the primary reasons why most private hospital businesses fail within the first five years. Those who survive this critical period, unfortunately, stagnate and become buried in…

Women in Doctorpreneurship in Africa; The Way Forward PART 2

Hamza Asumah, MD As I mentioned in my previous publication, a lot of effort has gone into redefining the way women are perceived in African business. Given the numerous success stories of women doctorpreneurs on the continent in recent years, it is worthwhile to draw some valuable lessons and apply them moving forward. In Africa,…

Women In Doctorpreneurship in Africa; The Challenges PART 1

Hamza Asumah, MD It is an undeniable fact that women in Africa have faced numerous challenges in most aspects of their professional lives, forcing them to continuously cry out louder in order to be heard and taken seriously. Despite the fact that much has changed in the last few years, the challenges remain, albeit at a…

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