ACCESS Health is a think tank, advisory group, and implementation partner
We design and implement health initiatives that tangibly improve health outcomes and the quality of care across the globe.
We turn research into tangible healthcare improvements through unique partnerships with policymakers, private sector leaders, academia, and entrepreneurs.
We conduct practical research to improve health systems and healthcare delivery and share best practices that can be adopted and adapted worldwide.
WHERE WE WORK
We Are Globally Connected And Locally Invested
ACCESS Health began with a single office in Hyderabad, India in 2007. Since then, we have grown into an organization with offices in many of the major cities of the world, including New Delhi, Singapore, Beijing, Shanghai, Manila, and New York. Our research and activities are even more widespread.
An Interview With Chair And President William A. Haseltine
Renowned scientist, businessman, and philanthropist Dr. William A. Haseltine co-founded ACCESS Health International in 2007 with a founding vision that everyone, everywhere in the world, has the right to access high quality and affordable healthcare. His relentless focus on delivering world-changing results led TIME Magazine to name him one of the “25 Most Influential Global Business Executives.”
What our partners say
"ACCESS Health’s research on health systems is unparalleled. Their insights have advanced access to health care and health systems transformation in India and abroad, wherever they work."
Raghunath A. Mashelkar
Chair of India’s National Innovation Foundation and the Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research, and President of the Reliance Innovation Council
"Improving health systems performance within and across countries requires not only technical prowess, but also understanding of cultural context, and flexibility to adapt innovative approaches to intractable challenges. I had the pleasure of engaging with ACCESS as they employed all three strengths to challenging health systems and private sector challenges within India and globally when they were in their formative stages as an organization. It is no surprise to me to see how much they have grown since."
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation