Innovations in Healthcare is a nonprofit organization hosted by Duke University and founded in 2011 by Duke Health, McKinsey & Company, and the World Economic Forum. They aim to improve healthcare worldwide by supporting the scale and impact of promising innovations. They Receive support from and collaborate with a global and diverse group of organizations, including corporations and foundations that are committed to strengthening and increasing the scale of healthcare innovations.
Used around the globe since 2017, CASE Smart Impact Capital is a online professional training toolkit for entrepreneurs and those that support them on how to become investment ready and close the best deal.
Through the Scaling Pathways series, the Center for Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business partners with the Skoll Foundation, USAID, and Mercy Corps Ventures to share lessons, insights, and analysis from transformative social enterprises in driving impact at scale. The series includes in-depth case studies, cross-cutting theme papers on key challenges and opportunities related to scale, snapshots of scaling organizations, and more.
Duke and UNICEF—who partnered in May 2019 to form the Duke-UNICEF Innovation Accelerator—have announced the Accelerator’s inaugural cohort of six social enterprises. Building on UNICEF’s 70-year history of innovating for children and Duke’s track record of success in...