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On a dialogue regarding the state of Jamaican medical care in a roundtable talk in Manhattan, Nyc, organised by the Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CaPRI) in concert together with the US Embassy in Kingston lately, participants proposed a solid health care system and sector could create income for the Jamaican market, based on a recent news release.
“ now they’re still associates; and, What it meant was the Government became a partner in the company.”
He explained powerful private-public ventures could ease a powerful health tourism sector that will enable the united states to keep its cadre of physicians and nurses who migrate annually in search of higher wages and better working conditions.
“ To [ keep ] that skill set you must refine the infrastructure; and, to do this, the Government must give you exactly the same direction they did in the 70s and 80s that made tourism a fantastic advantage for the state,” Patsalos said.
He proposed that the US Government could help by providing some funds for first jobs, but said Jamaican direction was the key although he failed to outline details.
” the JACC President said If this occurs I could see Jamaica having a medical tourism product which stands side by side using its conventional tourism merchandise.
Chairman of Continental Baking Company, Gary “Butch” Hendrickson, who proposed floating of a public bond, that could render the funding to support the Jamaican health sector supported him.
Former Jamaican Ambassador to the United Nations (Security Council Affairs), Ambassador Curtis Ward, noted that the diaspora bond, especially targeted at enhancing the health sector may produce dividends. He noted that you will find a lot of people in the Jamaican Diaspora who’d prefer to go back at retirement to Jamaica, but are not comfortable using the healthcare system.
At that age, you happen to be susceptible to a variety of sicknesses as well as the healthcare system is not adequate he said. “I consider that the diaspora bond could resonate well with Jamaicans in the diaspora.”
The CaPRI forum, which can also be supported the Jamaica National Building Society as well as by Continental Baking Company, is a part of the job that is on-going: Conversations between Democracies: the Future of US-Jamaica Bilateral Relationships.