We work to provide innovative programs that improve the value and delivery of healthcare in rural, professional shortage or disadvantaged environments and to other further charitable, religious, educational, and scientific purposes.
- to foster unconventional problem-solving methods
- to develop and test innovative ideas and/or programs
- to promote dynamic thought leaders and business ecosystems
- for clinical and operational excellence in the healthcare delivery system
- to improve patient and family experience and outcomes
- to improve workforce recruitment and retention in rural, resource poor, or disadvantaged areas
C-WHO adheres to internal policies and practices of corporate and professional code of ethics and code of conduct. Also, each consultant will follow their professional code of ethics. However, being a good “corporate citizen” also means to give back to the communities we work with trying to meet the Triple Bottom Line of people, planet and profit. C-WHO services are geared to target the vulnerable population and is committed to buying and using socially responsible products certified for no animal abuse, fair trade and LEED but also to buying locally grown or made products to support the local economy.
Social Responsibility and Activity: Social ventures or social entrepreneurship are extremely important and C-WHO’s goal is to foster locally grown and sustainable workforce to perpetuate local economic growth minimize “brain drain” of their professional workforce larger or international corporations. To align with this philosophy, C-WHO will commit to having 5 slots a year to provide free mentorship for upcoming local professionals and 4 free training conferences a year.