Pathfinder delivers integrated primary care using a hub-and-spoke model with central medicine centers strategically located to include large catchment areas and satellite health care units to serve peri-urban locations.
Penda utilizes a high patient-to-provider ratio, unique staffing model, patient-centric approach to care delivery, and a focused set of services that addresses key outpatient needs in order to lower the price of services.
Swasth India operates a chain of primary care centers in urban slums and adjacent low-income areas.
Vaatsalya has created an efficient, franchise network model that specializes in a specific and limited set of health services that are in high demand in each local community.
VIA connects global healthcare equipment suppliers from around the world to a network of verified local distributors – with a mission to provide universal access to the tools that enable quality healthcare.
Arogya Finance provides medical loans to the poor and informally employed population.
The Dr.Consulta model integrates primary and secondary health services into one location, providing patients with access to services 25 times faster than public options, and with prices that are 70% to 90% lower than the private market.
Forus Health provides an innovative platform utilizing affordable technology solutions that can be easily used by minimally trained technicians, making healthcare more accessible and scalable.
Heartfile developed an internet-based and mobile technology platform, validation and prioritization system, and health equity fund that allow providers to seek fast and transparent cash transfers for low-income individuals.
MedicallHome provides customers with 24/7 access to medical advice over the phone, eliminating unnecessary travel and payment for clinic visits.