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Center for Health Market Innovations
The Center for Health Market Innovations (CHMI) identifies, analyzes and connects programs working to improve health and financial protection for the poor. Health Market Innovations are programs and policies—implemented by governments, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), social entrepreneurs or private companies—that have the potential to improve the way health markets operate. These programs and policies harness or improve transactions that occur in the health care marketplace to promote better health and financial protection for the poor.
Latest posts by Center for Health Market Innovations (see all)
- Reflections on the iHEA Private Sector in Health Symposium 2013 - Jul. 08, 2013
- Announcing the Center for Education Innovations - Jun. 05, 2013
- New research on Microinsurance products: implementation, client value,… - May. 20, 2013
- Is Social Enterprise ‘Social’ Enough? - Apr. 30, 2013