Transparency Improves Impact.

Transparency  and the use of funds are of great concern to donors and sponsors of health initiatives where  most want to understand the impact of their funds.   That's why we has developed the “Pay Per Beneficiary” and “Rules Based Funding” framework called Digital Care Contracts integrated into its platform to help  donors and sponsors with the visibility and enforcement required when funding health initiatives.   Institutional Sponsors can create contracts of any amount with rules that govern how funds are dispensed based on the targeted beneficiaries qualifying information, such as age, gender, location, and 100+ other variables that are required for funding.   In all, sponsors using the platform can leverage a number funding, reporting tools and other transparency facilities to achieve greater impact and these additional benefits:

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How Sponsorhip Works.

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Sponsorship is essentially a Digital Care Contract among multiple healthcare service providers, financial donors and policy makers with rules (such as age, gender, time, income, diagnosis)  for qualifying and funding eligibility for a particular service or healthcare outcome.    For example a donor can create a funding rule for $10K total committed to beneficiaries who are between the ages of 23-35yrs, first pregnancy, low income, in Ibadan Nigeria.  That if true, 50% of the insurance co-pay required from the patient is paid by funds from this rule.   Direct sponsorship (usually members of the Diaspora) is when a loved one directly contributes to co/full payment for health insurance on behalf of someone or group they know.

 

Institutional Sponsors

Transparency  and the use of funds are of great concern to donors and sponsors of health initiatives where  most want to understand the impact of their funds.   That's why CIMPLEs has developed the “Pay Per Beneficiary” and “Rules Based Funding” models integrated into its platform to help  donors and sponsors with the visibility required when funding health initiatives.   Institutional Sponsors of any amount can create rules that govern how funds are dispensed based on the targeted beneficiaries qualifying information, such as age, gender, location, and 23 other variables that are required for funding.   In all, sponsors using the platform can leverage a number funding, reporting tools and other transparency facilities to achieve greater impact and these additional benefits:

  • Field Data on Impacted Beneficiaries

  • Fund-Pool Management

  • Fund-Matching Donor Co-Pay Management

  • Rules Based Funding (age, gender, location, ailments, diagnosis)

  • Targeted/Demographic Based Funding

  • Pay-Per-Beneficiary — Service Provider Funding

  • Impact Reporting

  • Co-Sponsorship Fund Management

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Special & Affinity

Groups

Affinity Groups with members living in the diaspora can collectively support local groups with financial help and develop community healthcare initiatives.    Groups may also create health care schemes for primary or general health for its members  specific to certain health objectives for the community.     Programs such as Diabetes, Pediatric Dental Care, Special Surgeries, Pregnancy Support and a number of other common healthcare goals.    Groups may leverage the following additional benefits of the platform:

 

  • Fund Collection & Pooling 

  • Proxy-HMO Management 

  • Impact Reporting

  • Rule Base Funding

  • Fund Matching To Community Contributions

  • Membership Management & Registration

 
 

Employers

For employers, the requirement of choosing a single health insurance plan for all employees is no longer a constraint.  Instead, CIMPLE provides employers who wish to contribute to a wellness and healthcare of its employees (and contractors) with the flexibility of making fixed co-payments on any insurance plan or public schemes on behalf of its employees.   Employers also get these additional benefits:

 

  • Make Fixed "Health Credit" Payments

  • Payments to Public Health Schemes

  • Co-Payments on Insurance Premiums

  • Incidental Hospital Payments

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Diaspora

Living abroad and supporting loved ones at home can be challenging especially with healthcare cost and access.    Incidental and unexpected healthcare expenses can be  unfortunately more expenses than purchasing insurance.    That's why  we help members of the diaspora to search for, make payments, schedule appointments, and enroll family members and loved ones in health insurance plans and public schemes.    By making this possible, members of the diaspora can also make co-payments on existing insurance plans and health schemes their loved ones are already enrolled.    
 

  • To make a bill payment or co-payment for a loved one click here

  • To enroll loved ones for health insurance or public health schemes, click here.