The Arivind Eye Care System treats 2.7 million patients a year in the developing world for blindness and other eye problems and seems to violate every rule of business. Patients pay what they want (if they pay at all, which most don't), it delivers services for one percent of the cost of comparable care in developed countries, functions at many times the volume with a lower complication rate, and is completely self-sustaining. This book is the first to tell its extraordinary story.This book is the first to tell its extraordinary story.
|Author||:||Pavithra K. Mehta, Suchitra Shenoy|
|Publisher||:||Berrett-Koehler Publishers - 2011|