Muso recognizes that to save lives in the world’s poorest communities, a reactive model is not enough. Early access to care is crucial to survival. To address this challenge, we built a different kind of health system — one that removes barriers and brings care to patients proactively.
Through a decade of research, Muso developed a proactive healthcare system designed to save lives.
1: PROACTIVE SEARCH
Community Health Workers and community members search for patients through door-to-door home visits, to connect them with care early.
2: DOORSTEP CARE
CHWs provide a package of life-saving health care services in the home. These include family planning, newborn screening, and treatment for children with malaria, diarrhea, and malnutrition.
3: RAPID-ACCESS CLINICS
Muso removes point-of-care fees, builds infrastructure, and trains staff, so that government clinics can provide universal, early access to care.