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Sustainable e-Health Business Models in Sub-Saharan Africa

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From the description on the back of the book:
"This book looks at e-health investment and sustainable e-health business models for the sub Saharan Africa and how the private sector and NGOs are bound to benefit or make their e-health investment suitable through the concept of "low price and high volumes". We have used PESTL model and SWOT analysis framework to analyze e-health markets and we have also used the Business Model Canvas to propose three e-health business models, namely; free, fee and public-private partnership (PPP) models. NPV, IRR and Payback Period methods have been used to examine sustainability. The results show that the latter two would be sustainable at one point in time if innovative revenue streams like fees, VIP memberships, subscriptions and health insurance schemes are applied to capitalize on the Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP) approaches."

Edges of the front and back covers are frayed in places but otherwise the book is in good condition.

Item details

Author(s):
Willings Botha
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
384737477X
ISBN-13:
9783847374770
Number of pages:
68
Publisher:
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Title:
e-Health in Africa

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About this item

From the description on the back of the book:
"This book looks at e-health investment and sustainable e-health business models for the sub Saharan Africa and how the private sector and NGOs are bound to benefit or make their e-health investment suitable through the concept of "low price and high volumes". We have used PESTL model and SWOT analysis framework to analyze e-health markets and we have also used the Business Model Canvas to propose three e-health business models, namely; free, fee and public-private partnership (PPP) models. NPV, IRR and Payback Period methods have been used to examine sustainability. The results show that the latter two would be sustainable at one point in time if innovative revenue streams like fees, VIP memberships, subscriptions and health insurance schemes are applied to capitalize on the Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP) approaches."

Edges of the front and back covers are frayed in places but otherwise the book is in good condition.

Author(s):
Willings Botha
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
384737477X
ISBN-13:
9783847374770
Number of pages:
68
Publisher:
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Title:
e-Health in Africa

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