Business Model, Innovation and Entrepreneurship - Acces to Primary healthcare in Brazilian urban areas

Item Type Case Study
Abstract This qualitative study explores different approaches of businesses and social Entrepreneurship that provide low-income citizens access to primary health services in urban areas of Brazil. The study compares seven case studies, the data of which was gathered through qualitative methods. The content analysis provides insights into the different approaches of the ventures, their respective challenges and ways of moving forward in the sector of primary healthcare.
Authors Boch, Johannes; Schmithausen, Eva; Tuckermann, Harald; Rotondaro, Angelica & Nakagawa, Marcelo
Editors Boch, Johannes
Language English
Subjects business studies
social sciences
HSG Classification contribution to practical use / society
Date October 2016
Place of Publication Sau Paulo
Series Name Institute of Management Latin America (GIMLA), University of St. Gallen
Depositing User Prof. Dr. Harald Tuckermann
Date Deposited 04 Feb 2019 04:53
Last Modified 20 Jul 2022 17:37
URI: https://www.alexandria.unisg.ch/publications/256577

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Boch, Johannes; Schmithausen, Eva; Tuckermann, Harald; Rotondaro, Angelica & Nakagawa, Marcelo: Business Model, Innovation and Entrepreneurship - Acces to Primary healthcare in Brazilian urban areas. Sau Paulo : 2016.

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