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Gonoshasthaya Kendra (GK)

Gonoshsthaya Kendra (GK) provides health care and health insurance to undeserved populations in Bangladesh.

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Hope Ward at International Hospital Kampala

Hope Ward is a charity medical and surgical ward on the first floor of International Hospital Kampala (IHK) dedicated to the provision of health services free of charge for those who otherwise could not afford it.

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Kadic Health Services

Kadic Hospital Bukoto currently has 4 general wards and 10 self contained private rooms. The Hospital has a fully fledged Laboratory unit, an Imaging Centre with fully functional CT Scanner and other specialised units in addition to other units in the affiliated clinics.

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Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY)

RSBY is a state-managed national health insurance program designed to improve access to quality medical care for informal workers living below the poverty line in India. It was launched in April of 2008 and is now active across 26 India states.

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Bloemfontein Hospitals Public Private Partnership

Netcare, one of South Africa's largest private hospital groups, and the Free State Department of Health signed in 2002 a 21-year concession agreement under which Netcare undertook to upgrade two public hospitals and rent space to establish private hospitals within those facilities.

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Netcare Public Private Partnerships

Netcare, South Africa's largest private hospital group, currently has a number of public private partnerships (PPPs) with government entities in the construction, refurbishment, operation and management of hospital facilities.

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Vision Centers

Vision Centres are permanent sites that provide communities with access to culturally appropriate and affordable eye care.

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Amrita Institute of Medical Science (AIMS)

The AIMS hospital provides affordable care as well as charitable care and offers a full range of primary and specialty care medical services as well as enabling cross-specialty consultation. AIMS was awarded medical university status by the state government of Kerala.

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KEM Hospital

The KEM Hospital in Pune, India, is the largest NGO hospital in the Pune District of Maharashtra State.

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Institute of Health Management: Pachod and Pune

This health and development program aims to improve the health status in urban slums through the establishment of a decentralised health delivery system and development of strong local structures. The project is operational in 27 slums of the Mundhwa-Ghorpadi area, serving a population of 30,000.

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Shree Bidada Sarvodaya Trust

Shree Bidada Sarvodaya Trust is a charitable non-profit organization committed to deliver medical and surgical treatment to patients of all ages, castes and race. 

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Christian Medical College, Vellore

The CMC and Hospital was founded in 1900. What was once a 40-bed clinic to serve women and children is now a 2,695-bed hospital with a staff of over 8,000, of whom about 1,300 are doctors and 2,500 are nurses. These cater to an average of 6,000 outpatients, 2,166 inpatients, and 45 births per day.

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Lok Biradari Prakalp

The centre, started in 1973, has recently developed into a full fledged hospital with 40 beds and it serves over 45,000 patients annually.

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PPP Super Specialty Hospitals in Punjab

Government of Punjab and Max Healthcare Institute in Public Private Partnership are setting up a super specialty healthcare facility for cancer and trauma care. They provide healthcare services with focus on treatment for cancer and trauma care in Mohali and cardiac care in Bhatinda.

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Aarogyasri Community Health Insurance Scheme

Aarogyasri is state-financed and targets individuals living below the poverty line. Beneficiaries have access to numerous modern medical facilities and are navigated through the health care system by Aarogya Mithras, or patient advocates, hired to oversee each in-network hospital

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Health Care Fund for the Poor (HCFP)

The Health Care Fund for the Poor (HCFP) was created in 2003 to cover in-patient and out-patient care for the poor, ethnic minorities, and the disadvantaged.

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PhilHealth

The Philippine Health Corporation (PhilHealth) was created in 1995 with the goal of placing an emphasis on achieving universal coverage. Since its creation, several developments have occurred in terms of expanding both the breadth and depth of health coverage.

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Universal Coverage Scheme (Thailand)

With a great deal of popular support, the new Thai government passed the National Health Security Act in 2002. It has since become one of the most important social tools for health systems reform in Thailand.

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Ykhoa.net Medical Software (Technology Provider)

Ykhoa.net is a software that helps integrate and organize delivery from check-in to discharge.

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Contracting Health Teams and Hospitals in Jalisco, Mexico

In 1997, the state government earmarked budgetary funds that would finance and permit the operation of the new programme to contract health teams and hospitals to provide services to the population not covered by a social security institution.

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Faith-Based Not-For-Profit Organization Contracting in Uganda

In recognition that many of the FB-PNFP hospitals were more efficient than most public hospitals, the Ugandan government initiated a scheme to fund them through negotiated contracting.

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