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The primary care paradox

Primary care - New designs and models examines sector-wide challenges, traditional primary care models now face, highlighting the need for innovation and reinvention.
Modified date: 1/7/2014
Business and industry issue; Case study; White paper
 

Necessity: the mother of innovation

Powerful demographic shifts are transforming the way countries with developing and maturing health systems think about the financing and provision of care.
Modified date: 1/23/2014
Business and industry issue; White paper
 

About the Change Readiness Index

What is the Change Readiness Index and why is it critical to government, businesses and societies.
Modified date: 9/18/2013
Business and industry issue; Survey report
 

Methodology

CRI methodology covers 90 countries structured over 3 pillars; Enterprise Capability, Government Capability, People & Civil Society Capability
Modified date: 9/18/2013
Business and industry issue; Survey report
 

Primary and Secondary Sources

Primary and secondary sources used in the 2013 Change Readiness Index
Modified date: 9/18/2013
Business and industry issue; Survey report
 

2013 Change Readiness Index tool

Compare countries and their overall scores on the Change Readiness Index and the economic, governance and social sub-indices
Modified date: 9/30/2013
Business and industry issue; Survey report
 

2013 Change Readiness Index

View the 2013 Change Readiness Index report, which provides high-level results of the 2013 CRI, background behind its construction and calculation, and the weighting of the primary and secondary data.
Modified date: 1/6/2014
Business and industry issue; Survey report
 

Care Hospitals

CARE Hospitals, India, focuses on middle income patients while employing a pricing structure to also accommodate lower income customers.
Modified date: 1/22/2014
Business and industry issue; Case study
 

Management

Excellent management is key to low-cost delivery, while front-line managers need autonomy to make decisions supporting value for money.
Modified date: 1/22/2014
Business and industry issue; White paper
 

Step 1: Low-cost providers

Be clear about patients and business model; highly efficient processes; quality and low-cost models for workforce, technology, buildings, logistics; manage and drive continuous improvement.
Modified date: 1/22/2014
Business and industry issue; White paper
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