Narayana’s process innovations including highly standardized processes and protocols, assembly-line inspired surgery procedures, right-skilling of clinical workforce, and telemedicine.
CXA Group gives employees the power to personalize their own health and wellness goals and outcomes by converting the money that companies spend on insurance into a benefits wallet for employees to select the most suitable health and wellness plans.
Building on epidemiological evidence suggesting that healthy behaviors are transmittable across social networks, the Microclinic Social Network Model leverages human relationships to address both non-infectious and infectious disease epidemics.
Grand-Aides trains experienced caring lay workers who are supervised by health professionals to provide care at a reduced cost and prevent hospital readmission.
While health is our central focus, we have multidimensional programs in education, economic development, and public health outreach.
Each OneWorld Health medical center offers a full scope of healthcare services to the community, delivered by trained nationals and offered at a price point that is affordable to the overwhelming majority of the population.
Operation ASHA created a community based program model that uses local workers in areas with high TB prevalence to set up local treatment centers integrated within existing community resources, like temples and shops.
The SughaVazhvu model provides technology-enabled, evidence-based primary healthcare through a network of clinics in rural Indian villages.
Bive provides members access to a network of more than 55 healthcare providers and 60 different kinds of medical services, with shorter waiting times than public facilities.
LifeNet identifies and recruits church-based clinics into their franchise conversion program designed to improve quality, encourage growth.