(2024) Here Are 7 Big Issues Facing Healthcare Right Now

Did you know that the global healthcare industry is expected to reach $11.9 trillion by 2025? However, as this sector expands, it brings a multitude of challenges and complexities alongside. 

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Dr. Tarek Fahl

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