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Successful integrated healthcare systems require large numbers of medical personnel, doctors, managers, nurses, medical technicians, community health workers, and caregivers.
Successful integrated healthcare systems require large numbers of medical personnel, doctors, managers, nurses, medical technicians, community health workers, and caregivers. These healthcare workers must be trained to work cooperatively and in teams. ACCESS Health is developing training programs to meet these needs in high, middle, and low income countries.

As India plans to increase its public health budget, doctors, nurses, skilled community caregivers, and health workers are becoming an even more important resource. Technical and administrative skills are needed. To improve access to care and health outcomes, ACCESS Health is developing skill building programs that improve the effectiveness of the health systems. These programs span quality, primary care, public private partnerships, and health financing.

Featured Projects

Projects

  • ACCESS Health Eye Care Collaborative

    ACCESS Health Eye Care Collaborative

    The ACCESS Health Eye Care Collaborative brought hospitals together to learn how to increase patient volume while maintaining high standards of care. The collaborative helped hospitals expand access to eye care services and improve the efficiency of care.

  • Center for Health Market Innovations Learning Exchange

    Center for Health Market Innovations Learning Exchange

    The Learning Exchange provides funding to facilitate structured learning partnerships between or among organizations that are profiled by the Center for Health Market Innovations. The Learning Exchange will help programs improve business practices, adopt innovations, or scale up or replicate an aspect of their model to a new market.

  • Indian Neonatal Collaborative

    Indian Neonatal Collaborative

    The Indian Neonatal Collaborative brought together practitioners from six of the best public and private neonatal intensive care units in India. The practitioners worked together to learn, implement, and scale up practices that reduce newborn deaths caused by infection.

  • Kerala Neonatal Quality Collaborative

    Kerala Neonatal Quality Collaborative

    ACCESS Health is partnering with the National Health Mission of Kerala to pilot the Kerala Neonatal Quality Collaborative. The collaborative uses an evidence based approach to address neonatal mortality in the state.

  • Safe Care, Saving Lives

    Safe Care, Saving Lives

    Safe Care, Saving Lives brings newborn care providers in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana into a learning collaborative. Providers in the collaborative learn, implement, and scale up process improvements that improve outcomes for newborns.

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Mainland China

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ACCESS Health is planning global education and innovation programs that offer certificates or master's degree programs in Healthcare and Innovation. We have established a relationship with programs in Healthcare Leadership at Brown University, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School. The proposed courses of study include Healthcare Policy, Strategic Planning, Management and Marketing, Data Driven Decision Making, Regulatory Issues, Health Information Technology, Quality, and Financial Analysis. The education program will be supported by tuition. Regional governments, corporate partners, and foundations may also provide support through programs and scholarships.

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Singapore is facing an aging population along with a rise in chronic conditions among younger people. The healthcare system alone cannot meet the needs of chronic disease patients. The system requires educators and care providers trained to help people manage their conditions and improve quality of life. ACCESS Health Singapore is creating new training programs to train elder peer educators. We are also supporting the adoption of international training programs in Singapore and the region for allied health and caregiving personnel.

Featured Projects

Projects

  • Stay Young Navigators

    Stay Young Navigators

    Stay Young Navigators is a community based program that trains active agers to help their peers manage their health by serving as liaisons for health services, community resources, and financial assistance programs.

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Hong Kong (China)

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ACCESS Health plans to create global education and innovation programs, offering certificate or master's degree programs in Healthcare and Innovation Leadership. We have established a relationship with programs in Healthcare Leadership at Brown University, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School. The proposed courses of study include Healthcare Policy, Strategic Planning, Management and Marketing, Data Driven Decision Making, Regulatory Issues, Health Information Technology, Quality, and Financial Analysis. The education program will be supported by tuition. Regional governments, corporate partners, and foundations may also provide support through programs and scholarships.

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From the Blog

ACCESS Health China Launches Xinshuo Project

After months of preparation, J.P. Morgan, Non-Profit Incubator, and ACCESS Health China have formally launched the Xinshuo Project. The project prepares undergraduate students to enter the health work force by improving their understanding of the digital health industry. The program specifically targets students from second and third tier universities. With the support of its industry partners in the health sector, ACCESS Health will lead knowledge sharing efforts. Currently, Xinshuo Project has formal collaborations with more than ten leading companies in the healthcare industry, including...

A Pioneering Effort by Both Mother and Caregiver Pays Dividend

New milestone for feeding a new born is set at ten minutesThis blog is coauthored by Vishal Abhishek, Vivek Gupta and Vikrant Prabhakar of ACCESS Health India. They write about how the Niloufer Hospital demonstrates success through quality improvement. The Niloufer Hospital is part of the Safe Care, Saving Lives program.Breast milk is free of cost and has an abundance of nutrients and immunity properties. It is established that a newborn should be exclusively breastfed, starting within an hour of birth and up to six months, but quoting various...

Humans of Safe Care, Saving Lives

This is part of a series of profiles of the dedicated individuals behind the Safe Care, Saving Lives project. Safe Care, Saving Lives is a quality improvement project to improve neonatal care in the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. See the previous post in the series.[caption id="attachment_4529" align="alignright" width="281"]
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