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Anjali Sastry


Learn about why ghdLAB blends classroom learning and action-based field projects. MIT Sloan Senior Lecturer Anjali Sastry, students, and field partners explain what they’ve gained from taking on practical health care management and delivery challenges in Africa and India.

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Business Models for Scale and Sustainability in Global Health 15.S02

October 1, 2012

Update: download new flyer:  BizModels4GlobalHealth FallH2 MW4 pm MBA ‘13s, Sloan Fellows, and others: Learn what works—and what doesn’t—in innovative startups and inspiring leading-edge organizations that are remaking healthcare delivery globally MIT Sloan School of Management Business Models for Scale and Sustainability in Global Health 15.S02 Instructor: Anjali Sastry TA: Anya Priester Offered Fall, H2, […]

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Jim Yong Kim: Continuing to accomplish the impossible

April 13, 2012

By Anjali Sastry and Rebecca Weintraub In 2007, we met Dr Jim Yong Kim as he gathered faculty across Harvard and MIT to envision a new field of study in Global Health Delivery. Dr Kim already had an astounding record to build on: a practicing physician and medical anthropologist, he’d put his smarts to practical […]

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Notes from the field: A day in the life for two MIT Sloan students at Chebaiywa clinic in Western Kenya

April 4, 2012

Dateline: March 2012 Location: Kipkaren, rural Western Kenya We have arrived in Chebaiywa! Last week, the clinical staff of Chebaiywa Health Center welcomed us as we began our GHD project.   The staff greeted us with a beautiful song and introductions.  The warm welcome kicked off an experience that has been truly amazing. On our first […]

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Notes from the classroom: Before leaving for Botswana

March 18, 2012

Dateline: mid-March 2012 Lcocation: MIT Sloan By: Sydney Atkins and Julia Kay Preis   With our trip around the corner we struggle to strike a healthy balance of excitement and anticipation. Neither of us been to Botswana, and both are excited for our work ahead with Daktari Diagnostic. Daktari is a diagnostic company based in […]

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Business Models for Scale and Sustainability in Global Health Fall12 H2 15.S02

January 1, 2012

MBA ‘13s, Sloan Fellows, and others: Learn what works—and what doesn’t—in innovative startups and inspiring leading-edge organizations that are remaking healthcare delivery globally MIT Sloan School of Management Business Models for Scale and Sustainability in Global Health 15.S02 Instructor: Anjali Sastry TA: Anya Priester Offered Fall, H2, Letter graded, 6 units Mondays and Wednesdays 4:00 […]

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Could retail clinics deliver primary healthcare–and be financially sustainable?

November 26, 2011

Could a chain of retail clinics pass what franchise experts call the “three point test” for success in business format franchising? Here are three requirements laid out by franchising guru Michael Seid when he visited us in 2009: ability to maintain brand standards at each location ability to scale operations ability to achieve economies of […]

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Further down the road with Riders for Health

November 16, 2011

We looked at Riders for Health for the third time this year, which we here at MIT always enjoy doing. And this time were lucky enough to get a call into class from Lakshmi Karan, the organization’s Global Strategy Director. What makes the Riders model work? Our past blog posts present some ideas (start with […]

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