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ACCESS Health India brings healthcare practitioners together into collaboratives to drive improvements in target areas. We have piloted successful collaboratives on neonatal care and eye care and are bringing this work to scale throughout the country.
Quality of care varies dramatically in India, both among formal and informal healthcare providers. About sixty percent of patients seeking primary care services receive unnecessary or even harmful treatment, yet many other providers are able to deliver world class services at a fraction of what that care would cost in other countries.
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ACCESS Health China has the opportunity to create global education and innovation programs by offering certificate or Master’s degree programs in healthcare and innovation leadership.
- Transcript: ACCESS, Institute for Healthcare Improvement Introduce Ten Month Program to Create Trained Advisors for Hospitals, PharmaBiz
- Transcript: Healthcare Quality – Breaking the Barrier to Improved Health, eHealth
- Transcript: National Standards of Care Quality Would Help India Enable Health Coverage for All
- Transcript: Person Centered Dementia Care and Healthy Dying: Interview with Davina Porock
- Transcript: Services of Special Newborn Care Unit are Appreciable: Neonatal Forum Church Compound (Khammam), Andhra Jyothy
- Transcript: Tapping the Potential of Government Sponsored Health Insurance Schemes
- Transcript: Use of Standardized Patients to Assess Quality of Tuberculosis Care: A Pilot, Cross Sectional Study
- Transcript: Workshop on Newborn Care on Nov 17-18, The New Indian Express
- Transcript: TioHundra Case Study Part Three: A Focus on Quality