PRINCETON FOUNDATION HEALTHCARE
Princeton Foundation definition of Health -
Health is a state of complete well-being and not merely the absence of personal, social and environmental issues. The enjoyment of the highest standard of life is a fundamental right of not only the humans but all species of flora, fauna, and environment without any distinction. And as the most empowered species, stewardship of the planet is the central accountability of every human being.
Our Healthcare Mission
1. System: Build a diverse, agile public health chain and institute the “Continuous Improvement’ principals that sustain long-term capabilities and strengthen the healthcare systems across the globe
2. Support: Introduce the Stakeholder Capitalism Matrix and KPIs in Public Private Partnerships to organize health supply chain; and
3. Supervision: Establish standards, systems, and governance to manage the supply chain and ensure fair, equitable, and effective allocation of resources.
Heal the Humanity
Pandemics are inevitable, destruction is not.
We are living in unprecedented times. The trials and tribulations of Covid pandemic continue to shatter the socio-economic fabric of the society across the world. It has also brought forth the urgent need of concerted efforts across the board, a system approach that will prevent devastations in case of disasters.
The pandemic revitalized the collaborative efforts between Governments, Non-Governmental Organizations, and Corporations. Princeton Foundation’s “Heal the Humanity” project was a prime example of such cross functional unity in perilous times. In a period of merely weeks, we obtained support from the Indian and US Governments, Institutions like Harvard, and corporations like Maersk to organize a sizeable covid relief operation.
We are now expanding these endeavors with a comprehensive, data driven, and evidence-based approach to strengthen global healthcare systems bringing together cross functional stakeholders including hospitals, healthcare workers, scientists, research organizations, computer technologies with AI, policy makers, supply chain management, patient advocacy groups, governments, and corporations through their Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives.
Princeton Foundation aims to bring business precision in philanthropy. Our experts are also engaged in Outcome Research measuring the effectiveness of the intervention. We also implement Health Economic imperatives such as cost-effectiveness analysis, budget impact modelling etc based on real world evidence and loco-regional determinants of health. With rigorous analysis of the landscape, we incorporate the insights into our modern cutting edge Learning Strategy to refine our approach and enhance cross functional coordination breaking the silos.
Princeton Foundation’s credo extrapolates World Health Organization’s definition of health from an individual to the whole society - “Health of the planet is a state of complete well-being and not merely the absence of social and environmental issues. The enjoyment of the highest standard of life is a fundamental right of each human being, flora, fauna, and environment without any distinction. And as the most empowered species on the planet, it is the central accountability of every human being to ensure the same.
We cant do it alone, we need you to help the planet. Lets join hands and make the world a safer place.
The most comprehensive collection of international research papers so far on the new coronavirus disease covid-19. Developed with the support of the US National Institutes of Health, LITCOVID is updated daily with newly published articles. The aim is to provide timely insight from the scientific literature into the biology of the virus and the diagnosis and management of those who have been infected.
The articles are categorized by topic — overview, disease mechanism, transmission dynamics, treatment, case report and epidemic forecasting — as well as by geographic location for visualization on a world map.