Caitlin Dolkart

Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation presents the ‘Future of Global Healthcare’ in association with The Conduit – Episode 4

In this episode, Paul’s guest is Caitlin Dolkart, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Flare, dubbed the ‘Uber for ambulances’ by the African start-up ecosystem. She explains how Flare has been designed to support the needs of emergency workers on the ground, the innovations they introduced to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, and why every government should be paying healthcare professionals more.

This episode is part of a series created in partnership with the Johnson & Johnson Center for Health Worker Innovation, investigating the trends, challenges and opportunities in the global healthcare sector. What does it take to create a truly equitable healthcare system? From entrepreneurs to investors to community workers from across the globe, this series we’re speaking to the people aligning capital, technology and purpose to find the answer.

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