resources for innovators

Global Health

A Hard Look at Global Health Measures

Science Magazine article highlighting the importance of proper Impact Measurement and its effect on achieving public health-oriented program goals.

Access: How Do Good Health Technologies Get to Poor People in Poor Countries?

E-book with comprehensive analytical framework for examining the intricacies of getting health technologies to end users in under-resourced countries. Includes global health case studies to explore the four A’s: Architecture, Availability, Affordability, and Adoption and explain why some health technologies achieved more access than others.

Achieving Appropriate Design and Widespread Use of Healthcare Technologies

Article about achieving appropriate design and widespread use of healthcare technologies in the developing world. Includes strategies for overcoming obstacles that impede the adaptation and diffusion of priority technologies for primary health care.

Business Fights Poverty

Website with a variety of resources on ways to drive corporate social innovation.

Calculating the Cost-Effectiveness of Brilliance

Article illustrating the use of the disability-adjusted life year (DALY) to calculate the cost effectiveness of Brilliance, a low-cost phototherapy device to treat neonatal jaundice.

Case Studies Index: Health/Medicine

Case studies on Product Development and IP Strategies for global health product development partnerships.

Challenges Facing Global Health Entrepreneurs

Presentation detailing the key issues, challenges, and complicating factors facing global health entrepreneurs.

Cost Effectiveness: Xcelerator Training Program

Presentation from the Xcelerator Training Program that explains how to measure key financial metrics such as cost, break even, impact, and cost effectiveness.

Fundraising for Global Health Social Enterprises: Lessons from the Field

Report identifies common challenges and emerging best practices for fundraising in the global health field, drawing on interviews with investors and global health social entrepreneurs. Developed by Duke University’s CASE initiative in collaboration with USAID and the International Partnership for Innovative Healthcare Delivery (IPIHD).

Global Health: Innovation Insight Series Acceleration

Case study explores how D-Rev identified a manufacturing and after-sales service partner to accelerate their product’s market penetration.

Global Health: Innovation Insight Series Case Studies

Case studies highlight the challenges facing global health innovators seeking to develop and implement new products and services that address needs in resource-constrained settings.

Global Health: Innovation Insight Series Global Health Technologies

Case study about how the Rice 360° Institute for Global Health Technologies accelerated progress on the DoseRight Syringe Clip project.

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