Standardizing Improved Care Logistics Bottom-up

Experience indicates that Public and Private Not-For-Profit Healthcare Facilities (Dispensaries, Health Centers, and Hospitals) in developing countries often face important difficulties and inefficiencies in reaching quality standards, this whilst the demand for healthcare is increasing and budgets are low. One of the main challenges Healthcare Facilities face is how to organize their activities. For example, health staff provide or receive hundreds of practical care logistical instructions each day, consuming time and other resources that could be used better. Point-M partners with Public and Private Not-For-Profit Health Networks and Healthcare Facilities to co-create a Care Logistical Blueprint for their Healthcare Facility bottom-up, starting from what works.

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Making Quality Healthcare Accessible to Poor and Middle Class

In order to be sustainable, Healthcare Facilities that aim to serve the poor also need to be appealing to the middle class. Point-M assists Healthcare Facilities to provide quality services, and to apply a “Robin Hood” System, whereby the income from middle class and other patients, as well as other resources (e.g., government, insurances) is redistributed to fund the same quality healthcare for poor people.

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Socially Franchising the Model Blueprint in Developing Countries

Point-M’s Social Franchising approach enables successful Model Healthcare Facilities (Dispensaries, Health Centers, and Hospitals) to become scalable. Point-M is starting its activities in Tanzania and D.R. Congo. Our long-term ambition is to socially franchise the Model Healthcare Facility to at least 10 other countries.

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