Babylon Health is a health service provider that provides remote consultations with doctors and health care professionals via text and video messaging through its mobile application
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.
IRD is a global health delivery and research organization that works in over 15 countries. IRD is committed to improving the lives of vulnerable communities by building a network that shares ideas and innovations to create global impact.
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.
VisionSpring works to create access to affordable eyeglasses, as a powerful tool for social and economic development. 2.7 billion people lack the eyeglasses they need—90% of whom are in low and middle-income countries. For many, uncorrected blurry vision results in the loss of employment and educational opportunities and poses a barrier to participation in civic society and family life.
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.
The SughaVazhvu model provides technology-enabled, evidence-based primary healthcare through a network of clinics in rural Indian villages.