The SughaVazhvu model provides technology-enabled, evidence-based primary healthcare through a network of clinics in rural Indian villages.
Sometimes you need to talk things through - and everyone seems to have an opinion or analysis of your situation. All you need is someone who will listen and ask the right questions to help you figure things out. That's Wysa.
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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.
One Heart Worldwide's mission is to save the lives and promote the well-being of mothers and their newborns in underserved areas of rural Nepal.
WHP established a large scale, cost-effective health service network and created a viable market for health care services among the most vulnerable populations.
APROFE provides patient-centric care including an affordable clinic model for urban areas and outreach programs that combine health care with social and economic development for rural areas.
Clinicas del Azúcar is a one-stop shop, providing easy access to an array of services for patients with diabetes.