- Planning, designing and building technology-enabled facilities that are uniquely positioned to suit the cultural and health care needs of local populations
- Creating revenue generating models for facilities based on patient base and community dynamics
- Equipping facilities with the latest medical equipment
- Setting up seamless supply chains for the procurement of medical supplies and consumables
- Establishing multi-disciplinary medical and support teams comprising international and local staff
- Ensuring facilities are well-managed with staff that are trained to operate and maintain sophisticated medical equipment
- Providing end-to-end occupational health, safety, occupational hygiene and environmental risk solutions
- Transferring knowledge to permanent and local staff through Iqarus’s medical training and development programmes
- Transferring best practice clinical and operating procedures through on-going quality control, oversight and medical governance
- To ensure long-lasting impact, we work on the basis of a five-to-six-year model, which allows for short-term medical gains as well as long-term systemic change.
Current models of delivering health and medical care in complex and challenging environments are inefficient. They do not adequately account for the precise needs and priorities of the supported population, nor manage the physical, political and cultural dynamics effectively.
Iqarus believes that commercial organisations have a vital role to play in strengthening healthcare ecosystems in underserved markets. By aligning the needs of the population, their governments, and donors, we can make a targeted, material, and enduring impact.
We target the largest health and development returns from the smallest investments.