Partner With Us
Invest resources toward integrated care delivery and drive innovation where it can have the deepest impact.
We work with two kinds of partners — in-kind and impact.
Impact partners help us build a high-quality integrated model rooted in innovation, technology, and global best practices.
In-kind partners donate products or services, such as medicine or infrastructure, to keep our costs low.
Learn about our current partnerships below.
Nick Simons Foundation
Jasmine Social Investments
Our partnership with Nepal’s government is central to our model. The Ministry of Health is our largest partner.
We deliver care within the government’s existing infrastructure, and receive pharmaceuticals in-kind through their supply chain. Above all, we partner through an innovative performance-based contract, which means we only receive government funding if we deliver results aligned with national healthcare goals.
Arnhold Institute for Global Health
Our partnership with the Arnhold Institute for Global Health at Mount Sinai School of Medicine is multi-fold. Arnhold Institute’s team of design experts develop technologies so that health workers can better measure and manage community health. Together, we link health systems, partners, and patients to find the right model of care. As a research institute within the Icahn School of Medicine, Arnhold Institute draws on the world-class expertise to bring best practice and evidence to our work.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Our partnership with the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston provides us with world-class clinical and public health talent. Several of our team members hold positions at the BWH.
Through BWH’s Division of Global Health Equity, we receive research support and access to some of the best global health mentors in the world.