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Saúde e Alegria Project A civil society organization
serving isolated river communities; focuses on the formation of cooperatives, identification of possible
market-oriented activities and development of partnerships with the public and private sectors.
Dentista do Bem A program that provides free dental
care for children under the age of 18 from low-income
families in Brazil and other Latin American countries.
Nefrocare The largest network of independent low-cost
dialysis providers in Brazil operates 11 clinics in Brazil
and one in Africa; it achieves both a high level of efficiency and economies of scale and has plans to bring the
model to markets across South America and Africa.
PROSALUD A network of 34 sustainable outpatient clinics that
provide high-quality health care to lower- and middle-income
patients in the areas surrounding the city of Santa Cruz. •
Imagen Dental A network of clinics that provides dental,
vision and hearing care in 18 locations throughout Monterrey
and one in Nuevo Laredo and serves more than 8,000 patients
each month. Imagen Dental extends small loans to low-income populations through its affiliated credit corporation.
MedicallHome A health care network that provides subscribers with qualified doctors who are always available
by phone. Doctors make diagnoses based on standardized clinical protocols, and service is provided free of
charge. Members can request at-home doctor visits at a
reduced price and receive one free ambulance service.
Primedic A leading provider of primary health care services
in Monterrey, currently operating three clinics and one
radiological imaging facility. With a focus on preventative care, Primedic provides access to unlimited primary
health care and selected medical technology services and
specialists through a membership program that is affordable to individuals and families living in urban areas.
Redplan Salud A franchise program that serves 30,000 women
and their families living in five low-income districts of Lima.
Midwives sign a one-year agreement in which they agree to
sell contraceptives at a recommended price. In exchange,
midwives receive commercial brand contraceptives at social
marketing prices delivered directly to their private practice.
ServiPeru An organization that runs two clinics with
one including hospitalization services, a funeral
service division and an insurance consulting and
brokerage company. It provides services to the
lower-middle class and the working class groups, 60
percent of whom work in the informal economy.
Andean Health & Development A self-sustainable and comprehensive health care model that serves poor, rural areas.
Public-private partnerships with the local, regional and
national government is the key to its financial success.