The Vietnam healthcare scene has since found rejuvenation courtesy of the frantic efforts of one Mark Holterman, the Chief Executive Officer of Mariam Global Health. One of his most evident struggles has been his support for the International Pediatric Specialists Alliance for the Children of Vietnam (IPSAC-VN). Since the organization opened its doors, it has branded itself as an emblem of child appraisal by improving pediatric medical attention strategies to children in Vietnam. In this case, the IPSAC-VN has gone ahead to support the International Scholar Program, which has led to the networking of over 100,000 medical professionals and connected them to further education opportunities in the United States of America (Behance). As part of their requirement, the local medical professionals need to write motivational letters from their institution, and the letter should explain why the person’s dedication to the healthcare sector is noticeable. They need to explain their interest in joining the program and how they stand to benefit in the long run.
Considering all the IPSAC-VN scholars, Dr. Mark Holterman explains that they all have a special kitty where they always receive $2500 that funds their travels to the US (https://interview.net/dr-mark-holterman/). On arrival, the medic can spend their two months at a medical institution that hosts them for the time they would be around. During their stay, the doctors are trained on various medicinal aspects such as research and handling clinical examinations. After their stay, they have to get back to Vietnam where they give presentations on the knowledge they gathered to the IPSAC-VN supporters. The performance is always set in a way that it covers concrete plans that these champions have while addressing cases of local pediatric healthcare related problems.
Mark Holterman is a doctor, who also turns out as professor of surgery and pediatrics at University of Illinois (College of Medicine). He also boasts of being a member of the American Diabetes Association which is an association that has committed itself to finding the cure for chronic diseases. For his education, he attended the University of Virginia where he graduated a degree in medicine and later pursued his doctorate from the University of Illinois.