HealthKeepers is a social microfranchise program that applies tested business methods to provide poor rural communities with access to affordable health care products, services, and information.
CEGIN, is a completely self-financed and profitable company, which offers affordable health services to mothers, their children and women in poor rural areas.
Glocal is a social venture that seeks to bring State of Art Healthcare to rural population in India through an integrated model of Block Level Comprehensive Primary & Secondary Care Hospitals, Health Insurance, Skill Development and Technology.
The FINCA Uganda-NHHP (Nsambya Hospital Healthcare Plan) health insurance scheme is a partner-agent model covering inpatient, outpatient, diagnostic tests, and medications.
Clinicas del Azúcar are a chain of low-cost diabetes management clinics that provide accessible preventative and supportive care to the underserved Mexicans.
ERC-eye care center provides low-cost, high-quality eye care and surgical procedures for those at the bottom of the pyramid.
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