India is rapidly becoming the most densely populated country in the world, making the provision of adequate health care to both rural and urban populations a daunting challenge.

McKinsey & Company recently interviewed Mr. Sameer Sawarkar who is working on developing technologies that can help provide access to health care services in rural villages.

As he notes in the interview, Mr. Sawarkar has been confronted with three major challenges:  lack of electricity, lack of trained workers, and uncertain technology connectivity.   His solution: ReMeDi.  Read about how he is tacking this important problem, the solution being of course applicable to ageing services as well.

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