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Grameen Kalyan Health Program

Grameen Kalyan is a comprehensive health service financing and delivery program established to provide quality, affordable healthcare for Grameen Bank members and other villagers.

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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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An Khang E-clinic

The An Khang E-clinic is the first clinic in Vietnam managed by a sophisticated electronic management system. The clinic offers a diverse range of services such as nutritional consulting, gynecology testing, pediatrics consulting and health screening.

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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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Tue Tinh Duong Lien Hoa - A faith-based traditional medicine clinic

Tue Tinh Duong Lien Hoa is a traditional medicine clinic that reaches out to the poor and remote populations through subsidized services and remote health camps.

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ComHealth

The ComHealth initiative aims to make high quality health services accessible and affordable for the people of South Africa's townships. It will build and operate health care facilities that focus on basic care.

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Orasel KIT, Cambodia

Abt/POUZN’s principal implementing partner, Population Services International (PSI) in March 2006 launched the world’s first diarrhea treatment kit, called Orasel KIT®, in Pursat and Siem Reap districts of Cambodia.

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CARE Hospitals

CARE is one of the fastest growing hospital chains in India, engaged in providing primary as well as tertiary healthcare services.

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E Health Point

E Health Points (EHP) are units owned and operated by Healthpoint Services India (HSI) that provide families in rural villages with clean drinking water, medicines, comprehensive diagnostic tools, and advanced tele-medical services that “bring” a doctor and healthcare to their community.

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Healthy CRECER

Rural Credit with Education (CRECER) is a Financial Development Institution which works with Credit Associations to provide financial and educational services to poor women with the ultimate goal of improving their quality of life and that of their families.

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CREDISALUD

CREDISALUD is an association of 25 Bolivian medical professionals which began offering health services 15 years ago in the outlying neighborhoods of La Paz. A permanent healthcare center was established five years ago.

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Unión Católica de Apoyo al Desarollo Comunitario (UCADE)

The Unión Católica de Apoyo al Desarollo Comunitario (UCADE) [The Catholic Union for Support for Community Development] is a private church-based organization, founded in 2004, that provides health care and education in conjunction with its micro-finance program, and also several mobile clinics.

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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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Health Equity Fund Managed by Pagoda

With the financial support from Canada, Buddhist for Health (BFH) started Health Equity Fund Managed by Pagoda (HEFP) in Takeo province in 2003. This is a health care financing scheme which is initiated to improve the health of very poor people in rural area.

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e-novatRX by Naya Jeevan

e-novatRX, a program by Naya Jeevan, has created a unique ID smartcard to prevent fraud or abuse of reporting pharmaceutical purchases to insurance agencies, and reduce medical errors caused by prescription illegibility.

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All Purpose Medical Information System (APMIS)

APMIS captures, stores, exchanges and utilizes healthcare data on a transparent, secure and affordable platform. The platform is designed to improve hospital financial sustainability by reducing operational costs and overhead, hospital owners and managers increases profitabilit, reducing operationa

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Free Medical Check Up and Low Cost Pap-Smears Program at Siloam Hospitals

Through the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) funds, Siloam Hospitals has had a health care service program in which they provide free medical check-ups and low-cost pap smears.

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Airtel Insurance with MicroEnsure

Airtel rewards loyal customers (who registered for the product by dialing a shortcode) with free insurance as long as they spent a minimum amount of airtime (usually $2). The more a customer spent with the telecom, the more health insurance could be earned

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Apollo Telemedicine Networking Foundation (ATNF)

Apollo Telemedicine Networking Foundation (ATNF), a not-for-profit organization, is a part of the Apollo Hospitals Group. It is credited with being the first to setup a Rural Telemedicine centre in 1999 in Aragonda (in Andhra Pradesh).

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Love on Wheels

Love on Wheels is a fully integrated mobile healthcare service provider that is managed and operated by certified health practitioners from a wide variety of medical backgrounds.

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MedPlus (India)

A medical doctor by training and an entrepreneur by nature, Dr. Gangadi set out to establish a company that would take the risk out of buying medicines. The result was MedPlus, an organization dedicated to combating counterfeit medicine in India.

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