Report: Major post-pandemic transformations in Egyptian health care

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Egypt’s universal health insurance and large national health campaigns have sought to deliver improved health outcomes and broader access to care. Although Covid-19 has affected overall economic activity, it has also catalysed innovation and growth in the health sector. Egypt has successfully launched telemedicine initiatives and incentivised private investment to target underserved segments of the population.

This report focuses on major trends in the pharmaceutical, telehealth and health-tech segments that are creating openings for local and international investors. It also details important public-private initiatives to sustain the growth of the sector and create new opportunities for manufacturing and health care delivery.

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