Health eVillages: mHealth Tools for Underserved Regions Worldwide (podcast)

October 18, 2011
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Physicians Interactive Holdings and the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights have launched Health eVillages, a consortium that has so far brought mobile medical tools to Kenya, Uganda, Haiti, and the US Gulf Coast. In this podcast interview, Health eVillages co-founder Donato Tramuto discusses the inspiration for the initiative and describes how the partners are working together to turn their vision into a reality.

Physicians Interactive Holdings and the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights have launched Health eVillages, a consortium that has so far brought mobile medical tools to Kenya, Uganda, Haiti, and the US Gulf Coast. In this podcast interview, Health eVillages co-founder Donato Tramuto discusses the inspiration for the initiative and describes how the partners are working together to turn their vision into a reality.

Tramuto is also founding partner, CEO and vice chairman of Physicians Interactive.

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