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UNIMED

UNIMED Brazil is a cooperative medical system with 377 local member cooperatives operating in over 80% of Brazil's counties.

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SANA: Open Source Telemedicine

Sana's mission is to revolutionize healthcare delivery in remote areas through innovative mobile information services that improve patient access to medical specialists for faster, high-quality, and more cost-effective diagnosis and intervention.

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Nefrocare

Nefrocare is the largest network of independent low-cost dialysis providers in Brazil. It operates 11 clinics in Brazil and 1 in Africa.

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Instituto Se Toque

Se Toque is a non-for-profit organization, funded in 2005. The institute has education as an instrument to build awareness, community mobilization to prevent diseases. The main focus of the institute is prevention and diagnosis of breast cancer.

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Support Group for Children and Adolescents with Cancer (GRAACC )

GRAACC's goal is to provide full and humanized care for children with cancer.

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Hospital de Câncer de Barretos- Fundação Pio XII

In 1967 Dr. Paulo Prata founded Hospital São Judas Tadeu in Barretos to treat cancer patients in the region. His son, Mr. Henrique Prata took over the management in 1988, and has taken care of its operations and expansion since. One year later, the Hospital de Câncer de Barretos was founded.

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Instituto Saúde e Sustentabilidade

Instituto Saúde e Sustentabilidade (ISS) promotes health through social engagements, dissemination of information and social sustainable development. Its Rádio na Comunidade (FUMCAD) program provides radio stations with CDs to broadcast with positive health messages for the city of São Paulo.

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Sorridents

Sorridents is a franchised network of dental clinics throughout 16 states of Brazil. Its social responsibility initiative runs a mobile clinic to provide dental care and education to underserved communities, as well as a program to provide care to schoolchildren in need.

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Saúde 10

Saúde 10 is a start up chain of primary health clinics in Rio de Janeiro. Entrepreneurs Ingrid Lins e Silva and Breno Farias de Araújo offer low cost, high quality medical services and comfortable clinics to the community.

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Hospital do Subúrbio

The Hospital do Suburbio (HS) is the first public private partnership in the healthcare sector in Brazil. The PPP was enabled by the International Finance Corporation (World Bank) and the government of the state of Bahia. HS started its operations on November 14, 2010.

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Auire

Auire is a social enterprise that develops and markets a color-identifying product for the visually-impaired in Brazil.

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Instituto PROVE

Instituto PROVE was created by Dr. Marcelo Mello, psychiatrist and professor at the School of Medicine of the Federal University of São Paulo (Unifesp-Federal University of São Paulo), to offer free psychiatric treatment to victims of violence in the city of São Paulo.

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Hospital Angelina Caron

Hospital Angelina Caron was funded in 1982 and has grown to be one of the most important medical centers in the Southern region of Brazil. Of its 300,000 patients annually, 95% are covered by the Brazilian Unified Health System (SUS).

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Dr Consulta

Dr Consulta is a start up low-cost clinic in São Paulo, that was launched in August 2011. The goal is to offer high quality, low cost primary healthcare services (general practitioners, gynecology, pediatrics etc).

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APAE de São Paulo

APAE was founded in 1961 to treat individuals with developmental deficiencies from childhood to adulthood. The organization offers healthcare services, as well as education programs, and supports researches and rights.

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Hospital Dr. Moyses Deutsch

Hospital Moyses Deutsch was established in 2008 in M'Boi Mirim, a poor neighborhood in São Paulo. The Albert Einstein Hospital established an agreement with the government so that all services would be paid for by Brazil's government health insurance - the Unified Health System (SUS).

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Unified Health System (SUS)

The Unified Health System (SUS) was established in 1988 as an administrative body responsible for the stewardship of both the public and private health systems.

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Clinicas Da Familia

Clinicas da Familia is a health network comprised of 72 health units in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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Projeto CIES (Center of Education and Health Integration)

Projeto CIES uses mobile clinics, such as trucks and vans that are supplied with medical equipment and trained healthcare professionals, to bring high quality specialized care to patients with limit access to healthcare.

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Clinica SiM

The People's Clinic (Clinica SiM), in Brazil, was created to provide people without private health insurance access to affordable primary and dental care. SiM stands for Serviço de Inclusão à Medicina, or "Inclusion Service to Medicine", and now has 18 offices serving over 5,000 patients a month.

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Nokia Data Gathering

The Nokia Data Gathering system enables fast and effective data collection, which is essential to containing the spread of the dengue virus. Development of the software began in the first quarter of 2007 and it was piloted in different regions of Brazil during that same year.

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