“When you think something is impossible, you do not disturb the person who is doing it.” — Amar Bose
With due respect to Thomas Carlyle’s celebrated prescription, it is time we improvised it for the sake of innovation. Our responsibility does not just lie with doing what is clearly at hand but we also need to look at what lies dimly at a distance.
The foundations of frugal and disruptive innovations will thrive on value-based education. When innovators are led by benevolence ahead of breakthroughs, the innovation becomes transformative.
Healthcare is about treating the root cause, not merely the effect which is only the tip of the iceberg. It is an indisputable fact that a healthy society thrives on as fewer ailments and hospitals as possible. High time we broke the conformal barriers that disallow healthcare innovations to serve the larger cause of humanity.
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