In low and middle income countries, more than half of all healthcare expenses are out of pocket. Access to care can force families deeper into poverty. Innovative programs have been designed to increase access, improve quality, and reduce the cost of healthcare in several countries. The Center for Health Market Innovations documents and disseminates information about these programs and policies.
Specifically, the Center for Health Market Innovations provides comprehensive, up to date information about innovative programs and policies; analyzes promising practices; identifies which can be expanded or adapted in other countries; and provides a venue for people implementing, funding, and studying innovative programs to connect, translate good practices, and encourage expansion of these programs.
ACCESS Health is the primary partner for the Center of Health Market Innovations in India, Bangladesh, and Brazil, three of the thirty one countries included in the Center studies.
Click here to visit the Center for Health Market Innovations website.
Our partners include China Europe International Business School, the International Partnership for Innovative Healthcare Delivery, the Ivey School of Business, the Results for Development Institute, SWASTI, and the University of Michigan Ross School of Business.
- Report: Apollo Telemedicine Networking Foundation
- Report: Associação Saúde Criança: Child Health Association
- Report: CARE Hospitals, Hyderabad
- Report: Christian Medical College, Vellore
- Report: Community Health Program at Remote Hill District, Bangladesh
- Case Study: Comparative Case Study of Mobile Medical Units - Bihar and Madhya Pradesh
- Report: Garhwal Community Development and Welfare Society
- Case Study: GlicOnLine
- Report: Healthcare for Marginalized Groups in Chittagong
- Report: Health Care Global Enterprise LTD