San Salvador, El Salvador - The USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project, financed by USAID, will host an e-learning course on Zika for public health providers. The course will commence on January 23, 2017 and will bring together 250 professionals from the Ministry of Health and Social Security of El Salvador.
San Salvador, El Salvador - El Proyecto ASSIST (Aplicando la Ciencia para Fortalecer y Mejorar los Sistemas de Salud), financiado por la USAID, organiza el “Curso Virtual Zika para proveedores de servicios de salud”, a realizarse a partir del 23 de enero 2017, con participación de 250 profesionales del Ministerio de Salud y de la Seguridad Social de la República de El Salvador.
Just as in other modern industries, the term ‘innovation’ in healthcare has become associated with any developments in the field done in new, better, or more effective ways. Innovation—a buzzword lifted from the business, technology, and marketing industries—has recently been used to describe a wide variety of policies, systems, technologies, ideas, services, and products that provide solutions to existing healthcare problems. Notably absent from the discussions around innovation, however, is a clear, common understanding of what the term means.