What Have We Learned About Global Healthcare That Is Applicable in the U.S.?

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Infectious disease is probably one of them that I think we have to worry about in the United States. Not just smoking drugs resistant tuberculosis or extremely drug resistant tuberculosis, wherever that threats could be, but we need to be able to have surveillance on a level that we know where, both the bacteria, viruses, microbes may be and have a system in place that we're learning from a global health environment, international health regulations and so forth, so that we're able to one, identify sometimes a cluster and other times treat or prevent any of these outbreaks.

I hear many times and I'm not trying to scare the a pandemic but a lot of people in the public health space realizes that if and when, and when means how we're prepared. And I think the global health space is remind us but the need for preparedness.