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Pilot Project Start in Bangladesh
Doctors are available in both India and USA







More than 400 million people lack basic health care facilities, and most of the people of the world are deprived of quality health care facilities. These numbers are even more severe in developing countries. Some of the main reasons for this lack of health care include inadequate numbers of physicians, high costs of health care products and services, backward infrastructure in rural areas in the developing countries which makes it difficult to evacuate patients to hospitals, lack of coordination, illiteracy, doctors’ personal interests in making money, commercialization of hospitals, lack of proper supervision of the government to ensure health care facilities for all, inadequate hospital facilities, bad governance, non-availability of visas for the patients to get evacuated across the border,and the list goes on.

It’s even difficult to diagnose hundreds of new diseases due to the non-availability of proper structural facilities and R&D cells. As a result, millions of people are dying every year without being properly diagnosed for their ailment sand lacking medical treatment. Accordingly, the Nano Global E-Medicine Research Hospital has been formed with the following objectives and dynamics:

1. The Global E-Medicine Research Hospital will explore information technology (IT) to its maximum. It will primarily be headquartered in Washington, D.C., with its pilot project in Bangladesh. The Bangladesh model will pioneer the project for Global E-Medicine Research Hospital, and all countries will gradually copy the Bangladesh model to fight diseases with combined efforts.

2. The Global E-Medicine Research Hospital will be a private entrepreneurship focusing on providing health care services and products to the underprivileged people of the world. The cost will be minimal or even free in some cases to ensure quality health care to the poorest people on the planet.

3. Intensive R&D projects will be undertaken all over the world, with a nucleus R&D cell at the E-Hospital headquarters in Washington, D.C. The nucleus R&D cell will coordinate the research of the R&D cells all over the world in an effort to diagnose diseases and develop appropriate medicine to fight them.

4. The Global E-Medicine Research Hospital  will explore IT options and all possible options in order to take health care facilities close to everyone’s doorstep.

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