- At risk youth
- Child Abuse
- Youth development
- Medical Research
- Health care
- Health education
- Infant health
- Mental health
- Human Rights
- Disability rights
- Vulnerable populations
- Disaster relief & crisis management
- Social work
We envision further expanding our international collaborations worldwide. HandReach and Boehringer Ingelheim can exchange networking information, including targeting first response and emergency services internationally. Boehringer Ingelheim can share access to our telemedicine/video pods. It would also be mutually beneficial for Boehringer Ingelheim to supply sample antiseptic, antibacterial and antiviral pharmaceuticals to prevent infections during the acute stage to medical facilities in developing nations. Our video pods address both acute treatment and long-term rehabilitation. HandReach's telemedicine team in the US will comprise clinicians from top hospitals and medical schools, and BI's involvement can be substantially highlighted.
Distribution Channels, Research and Development, Relationships/New Contacts, Manufacturing, Marketing/Communications Support, Human Resources, Legal Support, Technology Expertise, Public Policy Knowledge, Access to Capital.
Distribution channels - hospital partnerships worldwide
Relationships/new contacts - introduction to others working to provide greater access to trauma care
Public Policy Knowledge - established presence in many nations
Research and Development - access to new and developing medicines for better outcomes
Manufacturing - access to medicines and materials helpful to hospitals
Legal Support - access to legal expertise in a range of nations
Access to Capital - funding support
Technology Expertise - potential access to telemedicine partnerships
Marketing/Communications - budget & networks
Deep understanding of an unmet need in a specific market/context, Access to and established trust with customers/beneficiaries, Insights into pricing and financing of health products/services, Insights into marketing, Insights into distribution, Insights into behavior change.
Improving the affordability of healthcare (e.g., microinsurance, reducing the economic cost of care), Increasing physical access to healthcare to people with restricted mobility or restricted access (senior people, people with disability, remote or difficult areas, etc.), Holistic solutions that work across the entire care continuum (including education, prevention, detection, treatment, management, follow-up), Models that engage other industry players (e.g., nutrition, athletic, mobility organizations)., Remote care solutions for health management, treatment, and diagnosis, Packaging of health products and services to address needs currently unmet.