Best Practices in Extending Medical Facilities to the Poor

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Best Practices in Extending Medical Facilities to the Poor
K.SriKiran, Manager, India

Has anyone experienced a successful business case that extends medical facilities to the poor? In a country like India about 42% of the population is below BPL (below poverty line). All these people cannot afford costly medical treatment.
A huge business potential exists in providing affordable medical facilities to this segment. Let's collect best practices here how this can be achieved. Many thanks.

Affordable Health Care for the Poor
Dr Sanjeev Sood, Entrepreneur, India
Plz study the model of Aravind Eye Hospital, Madurai and Narayan Hardualaya, Bangaluru from South India. It is based on high volumes and low tariff.

Affordable Health Care for those at the BOP / below BPL
Bob Sutton, Other, Guatemala
We are just embarking on a design for a new standing medical clinic that serve clients from the general public and from a large group of known families that we regularly work with. We would be happy to post our ideas in the coming weeks as we refine the approach and learn from others in the area!



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