The Center for Health Market Innovations has released its latest annual report - Highlights: Findings from 2015. This year’s report features 70 programs using a range of innovative models to deliver better and more affordable healthcare to the world’s poor. With new findings on innovative approaches to program management, funding models, adaptive-learning strategies and more, this report has relevant insights not just for those in the health field, but for practitioners in the education sector and broader international development communities as well.
CHMI is excited to release Highlights: Findings from 2015, our annual review of our program database and country partner activities. Since 2010, the Center for Health Market Innovations (CHMI) has worked to provide information on innovative, pro-poor approaches to healthcare in low- and middle-income countries. Each year, Highlights shares a recap of our analyses of developments in health markets and new trends in innovative programs in the CHMI database. This year’s report features 70 programs in the database working across a range of innovative approaches that seek to deliver better and more affordable healthcare to the world’s poor.
New in this report
- - Explore our “database at a glance” series looking at the broad trends across multiple profiled innovations. We examine 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.
- - 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.
- - Learn about our initiatives to support collaborative, user-driven learning activities that connect innovators with like-minded peers to co-create solutions to common challenges, adapt promising practices, and experiment with new approaches.
This year’s online version of the report features interactive data visualizations, and quick links back to the larger CHMI database. Use the report as an entry point to the innovation ecosystem in one region, or share the report’s takeaways with your colleagues and networks.
What else is new?
2015 was an exciting year for CHMI. The CHMI Program Database now features over 1,500 health programs in more than 130 countries. A global audience of over 20,000 visitors relies on the CHMI website every month for information on innovative programs, policies, and practices improving healthcare for the poor. Our growing portfolio of Learning and Adaptation activities connects program managers around the world, and encourages continued iteration and improvement of health innovations.
We also continue to upgrade to the CHMI website. Our recent redesign improves access to the open-source CHMI database, and aims to encourage participation from our online community of health innovators. The new homepage provides quick access to CHMI’s signature products, and features a rotating panel of innovations with a CHMI Plus “Gold” status. A new about page features the many Learning and Adaptation opportunities available for innovators, and the research products using our data on global health innovations. Our new look positions the CHMI site to respond to the needs of our users, and function as an essential resource for global health change-agents seeking to better understand the global innovation landscape.
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Lane Goodman is a Senior Communications Associate for the Center for Health Market Innovations (CHMI) at the Results for Development Institute (R4D).
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