The report highlights that a well-functioning healthcare market requires manufacturers to produce high-quality products, distributors to deliver the necessary quantities, and providers to administer them correctly. A single breakdown in this complex system can keep life-saving products out of the hands of people who most need them.
The Market Shaping Primer identifies three key root causes of market failure: high-transaction costs, poor market information, and risk imbalances between supply and demand. It sets out a range of market shaping tools, including price ceiling guarantees.
HIV viral load testing is the best way for doctors to know if the treatment they prescribe is effective. But access to viral load testing technology is far from equal.
On November 15, the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), MedAccess, and SD Biosensor announced a partnership to increase access to rapid diagnostic tests for syphilis and HIV.
Evans Mburu, our implementation executive, knows first-hand TB’s devastating impact. Watch Evans share his story about taking TB treatment.
The longer a mosquito population is exposed to a single class of insecticides, the longer it has had to build resistance. Dr. Tom McLean from IVCC explores three insecticide tools at market and in development to battle resistance.