Impact: Access to good healthcare services with Pay-per-Use, SDG 3
On average, 26 people out of 100 in Latin America and the Caribbean have less access to good healthcare services, according to The World Bank Universal Health Coverage (UHC). Compared to certain parts of the world, those rates are quite good, however, compared to the United States or Europe, there is still much to be gained. For example, in the Netherlands, 86% of the population has good access to healthcare services, 88% in the United Kingdom and 83% in the United States.
In some of the countries where we are most active right now, those rates are as high as 34 out of 100 people with less access to health services. By offering our Pay-per-Use services we have an impact on the accessibility of healthcare and can improve these rates.
Our mission is: Improving access to high-quality diagnostic equipment for healthcare professionals and patients and thereby supporting SDG3
We believe that developing countries are ready to take the next step to improve these rates, and we will be part of the solution.
Thumbs up for the companies and organizations we collaborated with to achieve common goals. GE Healthcare, Task Force Health Care, Invest International & Global Medíca Dominicana.
Enabling extra 75.000+ MRI scans/YR. Our “Pay-per-Use” grows by 250+%. Accessibility. COVID-19 halted progress on universal health coverage and disrupted essential health services by the end of 2021 by 92% in all countries worldwide.
Foundation options – Don’t worry, we support you! Some images of the challenges we meet in the field laying the foundation.
Find out how our adventure started back in 2010. Incredible! We helped Hospital Arco Iris set up a high quality MRI Service, extending its services and improving access to diagnostics in La Paz.