Location: Africa, South East Asia, Latin America

How does this organization contribute to our joint mission to accelerate the digital transformation as a means to achieve UHC in LMICs by 2030?

AXA Emerging Customers (EC) provides inclusive and innovative insurance solutions to more than 10 million customers across 15 emerging countries, 25% of which are covered with health insurance. This represents a new segment – going beyond where insurers usually stop to explore non-traditional distribution channels and cover a population where 85% have never had insurance. AXA EC’s vision is to contribute to human progress by promoting financial and health equity through insurance and services for underserved households and businesses in LMICs. As part of this vision, AXA EC is working together with the public sector and private sector partners to advance the shared goal of UHC and is committed to prioritizing the right care, at the right time, with the right cost. Digital health plays an important role in this vision and serves as a fundamental tool for improving the quality, access, and cost at which is health care is delivered.

What does this organization bring to the DCCC network?

As one of the largest global insurers, AXA is a leader and an innovator in insurance, and has accumulated a wealth of experience including lessons learned and helpful insights in promoting and delivering health insurance in many different regions and contexts. As part of this effort, AXA has tested and promoted the use of digital health tools with the goal of promoting quality, accessible, and affordable health care across the world. This experience is invaluable for a network such as DCCC which seeks to foster an environment and infrastructure for digital health transformation across low-and middle-income countries by connecting stakeholders within the landscape with the goal of knowledge sharing.

DCCC Projects

The Brick-and-Click project is part of a collaborative effort which aims to enhance access and quality of primary healthcare for low-to-middle income households.

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