Through its Johnson & Johnson Institute, the pharma giant has trained some 250,000 health care workers in India since 1993. The curriculum includes instruction in advanced techniques such as minimally invasive surgeries. That’s a positive for patient outcomes in a country with a dearth of doctors and nurses—and a savvy strategic move, since the trainees learn to use J&J’s tech.
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