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Published on Nov 15, 2012
In most developing countries the public sector is unable to meet the growing demand for health care of its people. Therefore, 50% of the people turn to the private sector instead, paying for health care out-of-pocket, since insurance does almost not exist. Too often this leads to catastrophic health expenses. Our aim is to increase access to affordable quality healthcare for low-income groups by strengthening the private healthcare sector. How do we work? In this animation we zoom in on the relation between three key stakeholders in a healthcare system: the doctor, the patient and the insurance company. The animation shows how the introduction of health insurance, affordable capital and quality standards is positively affecting their lives. It leads to an upward spiral, enabling the doctor and insurance company to improve quality care and serve more patients and the patient to access affordable quality care without the worry of how to pay for it.