Model For Comprehensive Health Care Systems In Developing Countries

This report from researchers at Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business and the George W. Bush Institute, published in the MIT Press journal Innovations, looks at a “model and methods [that] provide an outline for complete and comprehensive health care systems for developing countries,” according to a Rice University press release. The report “identif[ies] five distribution channels – microentrepreneurs, microclinics, micropharmacies, mobile distribution of supplies and services, and hospitals – and discuss[es] how they can be better aligned to help more people. The report also cites examples of the distribution model put into use” (8/1).

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