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While American politicians quarrel over the Affordable Care Act, the United States—one of the few industrialized countries without universal health care—still spends twice as much per person per year on health expenses as the U.K. and Canada.

For all the debates over Obamacare, however, America boasts 38 MRI machines per one million people: Nigeria, a country of 180 million people, has only four. Across Africa, the ratio of doctors to patients is painfully low. The continent accounts for 25 percent of global disease cases, but has only 2-3 percent of the doctors in the world.

With 80 percent of doctors in countries like Nigeria seeking work abroad and limited access to clinics in remote and rural areas, the service gap across sub-Saharan Africa is wide. Almost one in two Africans lack access to modern health services—a figure expected to rise as the region’s population doubles by 2050.

Africa is a continent in need of universal health care. Efforts to increase coverage are underway: From Rwanda to South Africa, telemedicine and artificial intelligence have enabled health tech platforms to emerge, and allowed doctors to treat patients in under-resourced areas remotely, efficiently, and cheaply via mobile devices. Given increasing mobile penetration, low digitization costs, and few policy barriers, African markets are poised to use AI to leapfrog traditional health care infrastructure and achieve economically viable universal health coverage.

Despite a population of 1.2 billion spread across 54 countries, Africa is getting more and more interconnected. With prices falling to as little as $100, smartphone penetration more than doubled between 2014 and 2016. By 2020, smartphone adoption on the continent is expected to pass 50 percent—just shy of the global average.

. This future is much closer than most think. Technology is continually developing and this at an ever-increasing faster pace. We as a nation cannot afford to be left behind, “Victor Marques, Country Manager of Omron South Africa notes.

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South African industry needs to find ways of adapting and using the technologies driving the so-called Fourth IndustrialRevolution (or Industry 4.0) to remain globally competitive, yet maintain and create jobs in a high-unemployment environment.

“Therefore, education remains key as does a rapidly accelerated installation of infrastructure such as Fibre country wide and in all communities coupled with cost effective access to such infrastructure. We in Africa are presented with unique challenges and opportunities. For sure our creative think tanks will have to come up with innovative solutions to fully utilise the opportunities that Industry 4.0 presents and how best to leverage these ideas to the benefit of our people.”

Victor Marques concluded by saying that we as South Africans need to start at the grass roots, our schools helping to foster an interest in the sciences at primary and secondary level will go a long way.


Adebayo Alonge is a Nigerian entrepreneur and the co-founder of RxAll, an AI platform for pharmaceutical authentication and deliveries.

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