Ridhima Aggarwal

The Salmon and Rameau Associate Director
What has been the impact of the Affordable Care Act (2010) on healthcare coverage in the United States? While this significant piece of legislation put America’s healthcare system on a long-awaited path towards universal healthcare coverage, the struggle to provide coverage to millions of uninsured people is far from over.

Published 20 Apr 2021

Reference 6662

Topic Responsibility

Industry Health, Wellness and Fitness

Region North America

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Unilabs offers diagnostic services to hospitals and health systems (B2B) and individual patients (B2C). Portugal, one of Unilabs’ 15 markets, is at the forefront of the company’s efforts to use analytics as part of its transformation to a data-driven organization.

Published 18 Mar 2021

Reference 6609

Topic Operations

Industry Health, Wellness and Fitness

Region Europe

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Meddo is a healthcare service delivery innovation in India that simplifies the patient journey through outpatient services, lab tests, and medicines management. It was born out of a collaboration between a medical doctor who cofounded a hospital chain, and an entrepreneur who had led a major food-delivery service.

Published 17 Mar 2021

Reference 6628

Topic Operations

Industry Health, Wellness and Fitness

Region Asia

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Unjani Clinics NPC, a non-profit organization which has a goal of improving access to primary healthcare in South Africa, has grown exponentially from six pilot clinics to 54 clinics nationwide.

Published 24 Jan 2020

Reference 6445

Topic Strategy

Industry Hospital & Health Care

Region Africa

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Ontario’s basic income pilot was a social policy experiment designed to redistribute income with the aim of reducing poverty and adapting the social safety net in the face of a changing and increasingly precarious labour market. The three-year project, launched in 2017, was described as the largest government-run basic income project to date.

Published 25 Mar 2019

Reference 6390

Topic Economics & Finance

Region Global

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In 2013, Eastern Health Alliance (EHA) launched the Neighbours for Active Living programme to reduce hospital readmissions among seniors in eastern Singapore. At its core, ‘Neighbours’ addressed the health care and social needs of high-risk residents within their homes, while building social support systems around them through community outreach.

Published 27 Nov 2017

Reference 6336

Topic Operations

Industry Biotechnology

Region Asia

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PatientsLikeMe, an online health community formed to provide value for patients in exchange for sharing their health data, had grown substantially since its founding in 2004. By 2016 it had over 130 employees. However, convincing investors of the viability of the business model proves more challenging.

Published 30 Jan 2017

Reference 6248

Topic Operations

Industry Biotechnology

Region North America

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Sanofi Pasteur’s newly approved dengue vaccine, Dengvaxia, was unusual in that it was launched in the Philippines and other at-risk countries. By choosing to “flip the model” – launch in an emerging market setting as opposed to developed markets – it had to overcome various obstacles across the value chain, from registration to financing to supply.

Published 26 Sep 2016

Reference 6212

Topic Operations

Industry Biotechnology

Region Global

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Set in 2014, this case study examines the development and ongoing transition to value- and outcomes-based commissioning for diabetes care across North Central London (NCL). With the aim of improving health outcomes among their local populations, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in NCL set out to transform the delivery and funding of services.

Published 23 Nov 2015

Reference 6120

Topic Operations

Industry Biotechnology

Region Europe

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Facing reduced government funding, yet committed to broadening access to its services, Sankara Eye Care, a chain of hospitals in India, was at a crossroads in 2015. Over the years it had developed a lean operational model to provide free care to approximately 80 percent of its non-paying patients (cross-subsidized by paying patients).

Published 24 Apr 2015

Reference 6124

Topic Operations

Industry Biotechnology

Region Asia

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Healthcare Innovation