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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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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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Friendly Care Foundation (FCFI)

FriendlyCare Foundation Inc. is an innovative, private sector family planning organization founded, funded and run by some of the top Filipino health and business leaders. FCFI fills a much needed market niche by providing "Quality Care at an Affordable Price" to middle and lower income families.

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PhilHealth Benchbook

Benchbook features a concise and updated list of standards for improving the quality of care in all health care organizations in the Philippines. It provides process standards such as waiting time for procedural treatments and business processes.

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La Union Medical Center as Economic Enterprise

La Union Medical Center is a hospital operating in La Union province of the Philippines. Initially completely subsidized by the provincial government, the hospital was converted into an enterprise model in 2002 in order to ensure its sustainability.

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Maximum Drug Retail Price (MDRP)

The Maximum Drug Retail Price is mandated under Executive Order 821 series of 2009 to make medicine affordable and accessible to Filipinos. MDRP is required on drugs that reduce the incidence of morbidity and mortality. MDRP is imposed on all retail outlets, public or private.

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Teens Health Quarters (THQ)

Teen Health Quarters (THQ) is a social franchise of teen centers in the Philippines that provides youth with information and education about sexual reproductive health as well as medical services all in one setting.

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The Generics Pharmacy

The Generics Pharmacy (TGP) advocates for quality and affordable drugs accessible to all Filipinos. It was in 2007 that TGP tapped FranCorp to facilitate its expansion. Within three-and-a-half years, it has expanded to 1,000 outlets, covering both provinces and chartered cities.

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Southern Philippines Medical Center (SPMC)

SPMC is a government hospital that implements different business strategies like Private Public Partnerships and drug consignments with pharmaceutical companies. They also implement strategies that augments their income in addition to the government subsidy using social insurance reimbursements.

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EntrepreNurse

EntrepreNurse is a project initiated by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) to facilitate nurse entrepreneurship by giving opportunities to unemployed licensed nurses to create cooperatives servicing health care needs of the rural poor communities.

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National Telehealth Service Program

Launched as BuddyWorks, the National Telehealth Center has evolved to assist the Department of Health's Doctors to the Barrios (DOH-DTTB) in managing patients in need of specialty care. Telereferrals are sent and received through mobile phones and internet technologies.

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Urban HEART (Health Equity Assessment and Response Tool)

The Urban HEART (Health Equity Assessment and Response Tool) is an instrument (guidelines) developed by WHO Kobe Center to help countries assess and understand the health conditions in urban areas. It aims to provide guidance to local policy makers to curb health inequities in their localities.

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Provincial Indigency Health Program: The Bukidnon Model

The Provincial Indigency Health Program (PIHP) is a health scheme launched by the Provincial Government of Bukidnon in 2002.

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Private Hospitals MOA with DOH in Handling Leptospirosis Cases

In response to the sudden upsurge of Leptospirosis cases after massive flooding caused by tropical storm Ondoy and typhoon Pepeng, the Philippine Department of Health (DOH) has entered into an agreement with private hospitals to accommodate the overflow of leptospirosis patients.

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Social Health Insurance Indigency Program of Bindoy, Negros Oriental (BSHIIP)

In order to provide health care to its constituents, the municipality of Bindoy in Negros Occidental implemented the Bindoy Municipal Health Insurance scheme, which aims to enroll all of its constituents, especially the poorest, in PhilHealth.

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Social Insurance of Paracelis, Mountain Province

Social Insurance of Paracelis is a local government-driven social health insurance model initiated and administered through the Municipal Health Office (MHO) utilizing government financial management systems.

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LiFEDATA EMR Clinic Software

LiFEDATA EMR is a computer-based representation of a patient’s medical record developed by LiFEDATA Systems in 2008. The software allows the linkage of medical records and information among different players in the health system.

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Health Plus Outlets

Health Plus Outlets (HPO) uses a social franchising model in diffusing pharmacy retail outlets in rural communities.

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Cotabato Health Insurance Program

The Cotabato Health Insurance Program (CHIP) is a wrap-around social health insurance project. It is a kind of health care financing which does not depend solely on government subsidy.

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Strategic Hospital Alliance Program (SHAP)

The Strategic Hospital Alliance Program is a formal partnership between Makati Medical Center (MMC) and a group of hospitals. Hospital partners of MMC can now access state-of-the-art facilities, technologies and services of MMC through a formal, systematic and fast referral system.

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Surveillance in Post Extreme Emergencies and Disasters (SPEED)

SPEED is an early warning disease surveillance system for post-disaster situations launched by the Department of Health and World Health Organization in 2010. The aim of the system is to determine early and potential disease outbreaks and monitor disease trends.

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