Welcome to our survey

The Institute of Global Health Innovation at Imperial College London is conducting a study to identify examples of frugal innovations for healthcare from low and middle-income countries which have the potential for successful translation into the US health system. The work is being done on behalf of the Commonwealth Fund, a US-based health policy foundation. The results of the study will be publicly available and all contributions to this survey will be anonymous.

Frugal innovations are new products, processes and delivery models in healthcare that can help combat the spiralling costs of health care. We are looking for innovations that have the potential to significantly lower cost while maintaining or improving quality and increasing access to care for marginalised patient groups. Categories of innovation include: care delivery models, technologies/products, workforce redesign, financing models, and infrastructure and support services . You can suggest up to THREE examples of innovations.

Thank you for participating in our survey. Your input is greatly appreciated. At the end of the survey, you can request a copy of the report summarising our findings, which will be available early in 2016.

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