Better health care via texting in the developing world (video)

Health care can be difficult to access for rural residents in the developing world. SmartPlanet's Sumi Das talks to Medic Mobile's CEO to find out how the company is working to change that.

Health care can be difficult to access for rural residents in the developing world. San Francisco startup Medic Mobile is working to change that, by providing communications tools to doctors, patients, and community health workers.

SmartPlanet correspondent Sumi Das speaks with Josh Nesbit, the company's CEO, to find out more about how simple text messaging is being used to provide better health care.

This video originally appeared on SmartPlanet with the headline "Doctors use simple texts to deliver better health care in developing world."

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