We are building a new approach to healthcare that brings together the best of private, public, and philanthropic models.
Traditional models of healthcare operating on their own fail to solve for those who need it the most.
The most vulnerable can’t access the private sector due to cost. The public sector fails to deliver on quality. And philanthropy can produce pockets of excellence, but can’t achieve the scale needed.
As a result, there is a huge market of people who are not served by these three standard approaches. But there is a fourth way.
Integrated healthcare is a healthcare system design that solves for patients who are most left out of current models. It’s a public-private partnership that enables a nonprofit healthcare provider to be paid by the government to deliver healthcare within the government’s infrastructure.
It brings together the quality of the private sector, access of the public sector, and innovation enabled by philanthropy. And it ties core financing to performance.
Learn more in our latest TEDx talk.