A cooperative hospital in Indiana has been transformed into a cooperative health care provider by a nonprofit group called The Cooper Health Alliance.
The nonprofit, called TheCooper, is trying to provide a community-based, health-care option to people who are uninsured.
Cooper is based in Indianapolis, and is part of the Indiana Coalition of Cooper Health and Wellness, which is run by the nonprofit Health Care Alliance.
The Alliance works to expand access to health care for people with health problems.
This new cooperative health plan in Indianapolis will cover the entire city, including the neighborhoods that have historically been the most underserved, the group said.
“We see that many people who have health problems and those who have lost a job and that have become homeless are not being treated in the same way as people who had the same illness,” said Michael Linn, co-founder and CEO of TheCoop.
We have to take the health care delivery model that we have in the United States and apply it to the world, said Linn.
For the last four years, TheCoopy has been running a health-cooperative pilot program in Indianapolis.
The pilot program has provided free services for low-income people who live in neighborhoods that are already underserved.
In 2018, The CooperHealth Alliance expanded the partnership to include a new partner, The Health Cooperative of Indianapolis.
Since then, TheHealthCooper has offered free, on-site services for people in areas where health care was previously unavailable.
Linn said the co-op is now the only health-aid provider in Indianapolis offering free health services.
The partnership also includes a health center, a pharmacy, a nursing home, a daycare center and more.
At the time of this story, there were more than 100 co-ops in Indianapolis and the total amount of money raised is around $10 million.