Using mobile technology to improve access to health insurance in Kenya

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Established in 2000 as a collaboration of Moi Teaching Hospital and a US academic medical program, AMPATH provides health care for the poor at over 80 health centers in western Kenya. Our project aimed to help the non-profit and its collaborators, which included the public sector, refine the design and attributes of mobile-phone based health insurance for informal sector workers who otherwise have little access to needed hospital services. The team explored pricing options in depth, visiting many rural communities to conduct first-hand research. Read more

Strategy & Business Models · Kenya

Keys to Bringing a New Diagnostic Tool to Market


To support its planned launch in Kenya, Daktari engaged a student team to explore the company's options for supply chain, service, maintenance, and training that would best enable the novel machine to reach patients in need of testing. Read more

Strategy & Business Models · Kenya