Delivering healthcare capability in complex and demanding environments requires deep knowledge of the local context and an ability to rapidly mobilise.
A healthy workforce is critical to ensuring the success of deployed missions or local operations.
The benefits of a healthy workforce are well-documented: productive staff contribute to organisational performance, profitability and can help reduce costs.
Building sustainable health infrastructure needs to take into account the long-term needs of local populations and demonstrate donor ROI.
Whether building health infrastructure or managing existing health programmes, compliance is critical to reducing adverse patient outcomes and minimising financial risk.
Education, training and development improves workforce efficiency and staff retention, and builds local capacity. It also enables organisations to remain compliant.
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