CHMI Highlights: Findings from 2015
Launch Date: March 17, 2016
Since 2010, health innovators, donors, policy makers, and academics have relied on the Center for Health Market Innovations’ Program Database – documenting nearly 1,500 innovative health programs around the globe – for insights on innovation and analysis of developments in health markets. This year’s annual Highlights report shares details on 70 specific innovations, explores the “innovation ecosystem” on a regional level, and highlights learnings from partnerships between dozens of health organizations adapting innovation across borders. Read “Highlights: Findings from 2015” for a window into the CHMI database and explore how programs are working to improve access to quality healthcare for the poor.
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- Since 2010, the Center for Health Market Innovations (CHMI) has worked to provide information on innovative, pro-poor approaches to health in low- and middle-income countries.
- The Center for Health Market Innovations now profiles over 1,500 health programs across 130 countries. Highlights features 70 innovative programs to know.
- Read about the innovation ecosystem in several key countries and learn about the work by CHMI partners to connect promising programs to opportunities and encourage partnerships with governments for system-level change.
- Explore CHMI’s “database at a glance” series looking at the broad trends across multiple profiled innovations. Highlights: Findings from 2015 examines how programs are responding to disasters, how health innovators are addressing the needs of a growing global youth population, and the growing role of technology developed to pay for care.
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