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ACCESS Health 在低、中、高收入国家致力于提高医疗服务的质量。通过收集与分析数据,我们帮助合作伙伴和医疗机构设立服务优先级,并提升其护理与健康服务的质量。我们的工作覆盖公立和私营部门的医疗服务机构,同时与学术机构合作,以鼓励创新,并提升医疗健康领袖的领导力。



ACCESS Health印度汇集多方医疗服务机构促进合作,并在指定领域促进创新。我们已在印度成功开展新生儿健康及眼科健康试点项目,并正在将成功模式推广到全国范围。印度医疗健康服务的质量参差不齐,约6%寻求初级护理服务的病患未得到有效诊治,同时印度也不乏低成本但拥有世界级高水准服务的医疗机构。

Featured Projects


  • (英文)ACCESS Health眼科护理合作项目

    (英文)ACCESS Health眼科护理合作项目

    The ACCESS Health Eye Care Collaborative brought hospitals together to learn how to increase patient volume while maintaining high standards of care. The collaborative helped hospitals expand access to eye care services and improve the efficiency of care.

  • (英文)全民医保联合学习项目


    The Joint Learning Network brings together low and middle income countries in Africa and Asia to share experiences, challenges, and insights drawn from their efforts to achieve universal health coverage.

  • (英文)医疗健康市场创新中心


    The Learning Exchange provides funding to facilitate structured learning partnerships between or among organizations that are profiled by the Center for Health Market Innovations. The Learning Exchange will help programs improve business practices, adopt innovations, or scale up or replicate an aspect of their model to a new market.

  • (英文)医疗健康市场创新中心


    ACCESS Health is one of the organizations that creates content for the Center for Health Market Innovations. The Center is a digital platform that connects healthcare organizations and providers, researchers, and policymakers to learn about innovations that increase access to high quality, affordable healthcare. Most of our studies are of health programs in India, Bangladesh, and Brazil.

  • (英文)印度卡拉拉邦新生儿协同计划


    ACCESS Health is partnering with the National Health Mission of Kerala to pilot the Kerala Neonatal Quality Collaborative. The collaborative uses an evidence based approach to address neonatal mortality in the state.

  • (英文)印度新生儿协作项目


    The Indian Neonatal Collaborative brought together practitioners from six of the best public and private neonatal intensive care units in India. The practitioners worked together to learn, implement, and scale up practices that reduce newborn deaths caused by infection.

  • (英文)印度认证标准项目


    The Standards for Accreditation project promoted a uniform standard of efficient, high quality care. The project helped to define a set of agreed upon and achievable criteria that all can implement.

  • (英文)安全护理,为生命护航


    Safe Care, Saving Lives brings newborn care providers in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana into a learning collaborative. Providers in the collaborative learn, implement, and scale up process improvements that improve outcomes for newborns.

  • (英文)联合学习基金


    The Joint Learning Network established the Joint Learning Fund to support the ability of Network members to learn from each other on a range of topics, including expanded coverage, information technology, primary healthcare, provider payments, and quality improvement. Member countries use the Joint Learning Fund to support study tours, workshops, and exchange of personnel to learn from universal health coverage reform strategies that have been successful in other countries.

  • (英文)联合学习:全民医保实现过程中的经验分享


    This book will share our experiences with the Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage, a program that brings together countries to share their experiences – their challenges and their successes – working toward universal health coverage. It is scheduled for completion by December 2014.




This is the second part of my two part blog series about dementia. In the first post, I laid out the challenge posed by the growing burden of dementia worldwide and in the United States. In this post, I focus on areas of care and engagement in life as a forward looking response to the public health challenge of dementia. This blog post discusses dementia specific training, caregiving, local supports and services, anti psychotic medicines, care facilities, housing, palliative care, and end of life...