Global Healthcare

  • Over 50% of the global population does not have access to effective healthcare.
  • This may be secondary to:
    1. Geographical isolation because of location (regional or remote locations in the world).
    2. Increasing number of natural and manmade disasters occurring globally (hurricanes, tornados, floods, fires, tsunamis etc).
    3. Working in austere environments like the mining or oil & gas industries.
    4. Inability to access healthcare in urban environments because of overwhelmed health systems.
    5. Poverty and socioeconomic conditions.
  • SABRN’s System of Systems approach will improve effective healthcare delivery to these disadvantaged populations.
  • SABRN’s approach will help to reduce the load on the Emergency Departments of our public hospitals by ‘de-centralising’ healthcare, and build contingency capability in cases of natural or manmade disasters (including pandemics, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and fires).
  • SABRN’s approach will be able to stratify appropriate healthcare earlier for patients by providing earlier diagnostic and treatment opportunities, thereby reducing waiting times for patients;
  • SABRN’s approach can significantly reduce healthcare spending of locally as well as nationally across the world.