How the Belgian Red Cross is using scientific evidence to make its services more effective—and cost-effective.
Why we need strong public-private partnerships in health care and beyond.
We must create new channels for collaboration, new strategies for investment, and a coordinated approach as we look to achieve and pay for the new global agenda.
A recent experiment in Brazil shows that successfully getting fortified foods to people who need them is as much about aspiration as access.
Using unbranded content to influence global issues can help eliminate doubt about corporate-driven social efforts, help move the needle on global issues, and still fortify the bottom line.
Maggie’s Centres, a network of specially built facilities in the United Kingdom, provides cancer patients with a comforting environment.
How a patient-centered approach and tools from the private sector can greatly enhance global health programs that require changes in attitudes or behavior.
The current health care market consistently fails the world’s poorest people. Increasing efficiencies and an influx of innovation are overdue.