If the same initiates, as advanced and practiced by a different healthcare provider such as a private corporation or a for-profit organisation, the results would significantly differ.
Suppose the same initiatives of low cost healthcare system combined with superior quality of doctors and services were to take place, the results would be more worried for the organisation. This is because a for-profit or a private organisation would not run purely on a non-profit basis, for it would dissolve its purpose completely (Avery 2017, pp. 96). A private corporation works for profit and it would not be able to subsidise the cost of medication and service, hence it would remain unaffordable for a large number of poor people. This would clearly dissolve the purpose of a hospital to serve everyone with equality and bring everyone under the reach of quality healthcare, especially the ones who need it desperately.
The for-profit organisation would not involve a spiritual program in its health care system because it does not consider it as an essential part, but it would consider it absolutely unnecessary. It would not involve a strong measure of building a community, but keep using an employer-employee relationship as the basis of its existence (Avery 2013, pp. 124), because a minor incompetence on part of employees would mean demotion or stagnation. This is contrary to the case of the AIC hospital in Kenya.
In addition, a private hospital would not sustain its policy of providing low cost healthcare for a continuous period of time. Even if it has some quota for poor patients, it would soon be discontinued when cost rises (Spence and Painter-Morland 2011, pp. 78). The intent of the for-profit organisation differs from the AIC hospital in Kenya, because one is purely built in a strong foundation of integrity and honesty, while the private hospital is not and would not hesitate in charging exorbitant rates to all patients.
Healthcare system is the cornerstone of providing social progress and equality, and when such institutions also get into profit seeking motive in the pretext of providing quality service, it is heading for failure and would receive mass opposition. The AIC hospital in Kenya under different leaderships have not diverted from its core goals of providing low cost healthcare to all patients, irrespective of their background. This is the foundation of a strong ability to stick to the roots of humanity and try and duplicate them as much as possible.