The intersection between healthcare and social enterprises are fiercely competitive. Those who operate in this sphere often cater to third world countries. Here services must fulfill a need and be sustainable. The model of service here isn’t just based on numbers and science, but on a close understanding of the culture and community. So how can social enterprises maintain this balance?
This short audio piece is my conversation with Grace Miner from Mount Sinai as she discusses her ambulatory service project in Uganda.