Adam Lewis is the Director of Communications and Marketing at Gradian Health Systems – a nonprofit social enterprise that harnesses the power of medical technology to improve healthcare around the world. Adam manages Gradian’s global communications and marketing efforts, including program and partnership development. He also leads the company’s advocacy work around safe surgery, anesthesia and medical equipment. Adam joined Gradian after five years in global health consulting, working with organizations such as USAID, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Merck for Mothers, along with several social enterprises. His work has focused primarily on developing communications strategies, advocacy campaigns and thought leadership platforms in the area of maternal health. Adam is also a freelance writer covering global health and social justice. His work has been featured in the Washington Post, Guardian, VICE and other news outlets. He holds a BA in English from Washington & Lee University.
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A handful of cost-effective medical solutions have helped reduce the number of deaths from infectious diseases and childbirth complications. Still, more and more people are dying from surgically-treatable conditions. It is time to shift our focus on strengthening surgical systems. But is it worth...