Capacity building is one way to incentivize health care providers. They need and want to be abreast of medical advancement. But, here comes the disparity. Health care workers (HCWs) in developing countries, most of the time, are technologically disadvantaged compared to their counterparts in developed countries. It is a well-known fact that Information Communication technology (ICT) has advanced health service delivery to a large extent. The next rational strategy would be to employ ICT-enhanced health care service delivery at a global scale, in order to satisfy clients as well as HCWs, wherever they are.
In this line, I would suggest:
Setting up a Virtual University, in which HCWs from around the globe can get a 24/7 free access. This extraordinary university could:
Be equipped with virtual library consisting of audio-visual materials,e-books, peer-reviewed journals,etc
Enable continuing medical education, with certification, to needy HCWs in all medical specialties/sub-specialties
Facilitate expert consultation, in case of encountering complicated clinical cases