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    • East AfricaHealthcareFederationConference 2012 Strength in Brand Partnerships Alex Alexander General Manager, International Hospital Kampala
    • Agenda Healthcare in Uganda Overview of International Hospital Kampala (IHK) Overview of Fortis Healthcare Way Forward for International Hospital Kampala
    • Health in Uganda• With an average annual growth rate of 3.2%, amongst the largest in the world – Uganda’s population is expected to increase to 44 Mn by 2020• Total Fertility Rate (TFR) of 6.7 births/woman and a contraceptive prevalence rate of 24% both contribute significantly to the increase in Uganda’s population• Life expectancy at birth is around 52 years• HIV prevalence has reduced from more than 30% in the 1980s to 6.4% by the end of 2008• Infant mortality rate was at 79 per 1,000 live births in 2005• Hospital bed density of 0.39 beds per 1,000 population• 0.117 physicians per 1,000 population• Uganda’s elimination of user fees at state health facilities in 2001 has resulted in an 80% increase in visits• Total expenditure on health as a percentage of GDP (2009) – 8.2%
    • Healthcare Industry in UgandaIndicator TrendsINDICATORS USA UK Singapore India China South Africa UgandaTotal Population (000) (2006) 302,841 60,512 4,382 1,151,751 1,328,474 48,282 29,899Gross national income per capita 44,070 33,650 43,300 2,460 4,660 8,900 880(PPP international $)Life expectancy at birth m/f (years) 75/80 77/81 78/83 62/64 72/75 50/53 49/51Healthy life expectancy at birth m/f (years, 2003) 67/71 69/72 69/71 53/54 63/65 43/45 42/44Probability of dying under 5 (per 1,000 live births) 8 6 3 76 24 69 134Probability of dying between 15 and 60 years m/f 137/80 98/61 83/50 276/203 143/87 598/531 518/474(per 1,000 population)Total expenditure on health per capita 6,714 2,784 1,228 109 342 869 143(PPP international $, 2006)Government expenditure on health per capita 3,074 2,434 413 21 144 364 22(PPP international $, 2006)Private expenditure on health as % of Total 54.2 12.6 66.4 80.4 58.0 58.1 79.3expenditure on health (2006)Private prepaid plans as % of Private expenditure on 66.4 7.8 2.9 0.8 6.3 77.7 0.1health (2006)Out-of-pocket expenditure as % of Private 23.5 92.2 94.0 94.0 92.9 17.5 65.5expenditure on health (2006)Total expenditure on health as % of GDP (2006) 15.3 8.4 3.4 4.9 4.5 8.6 7.2Figures are for 2006 unless indicatedSource: World Health Organization
    • Healthcare Infrastructure & Efficiency Industry in UgandaKey Statistics(Per ‘000 population) Beds Physicians Nurses High Income Countries 7.4 1.8 7.5 Middle Income Countries 4.3 1.8 1.9 Low Income Countries 1.5 1.0 1.6 Uganda 0.4 0.1 1.3Source: CII & McKinsey Report; World Health Organization
    • Agenda Healthcare in Uganda Overview of International Hospital Kampala (IHK) Overview of Fortis Healthcare Way Forward for International Hospital Kampala
    • International Hospital Kampala (IHK) FACT FILE: Established In 2000; New facility constructed and Phase I launched in 2005 Built-up Area ~7,000 sq. mts. No. of Beds 115 (with a capacity to increase to 200) Infrastructure - 5 Operation Theatres - 3 Labour Delivery Rooms - 5-bedded ICU, 1 IICU bed, 1 Paeds ICU, and 3-bedded HDU - Well Baby and Neonatal Care Unit - Comprehensive Diagnostics - Laboratory services - 24/7 Emergency and Ambulance services - Speciality clinics
    • ‘Making a difference to Healthcare’ … • >40,000 specialist consults and ~5,000 in-patients treated in 2011 • >2,600 surgical cases performed in 2011 • Holds the distinction of having performed the first Open Heart Surgery in Uganda (April 2007) • >1,700 newborns delivered in 2011 • >200,000 laboratory tests conducted across the streams of haemotology, biochemistry and micro-biology • ~20,000 diagnostic scans and non-invasive cardiology tests done in 2011 • Initiated and validated Microscopic Observation Technique for Tuberculosis (2011) • Development of a robust health management model that allows access to affordable healthcare through the IAA Healthcare medical plans • Backed by a network of 10 IMCs spread across Uganda • Establishment of quality health-related training for health workers through the International Health Sciences University (IHSU) • Concretized involvement in charity services and community-based programs through International Medical Foundation (IMF) and ‘Hope Ward’ that provide care to needy patients for complex conditions
    • Agenda Healthcare in Uganda Overview of International Hospital Kampala (IHK) Overview of Fortis Healthcare Way Forward for International Hospital Kampala
    • Fortis Healthcare
    • Vision for Global Growth Hospitals* 75 Vision for Integrated Total Beds* >12,000 Healthcare Primary Care** ~600 centres World Class Diagnostic Labs >210 Balanced Medical Growth Talent Day care Speciality ~191 Geogaphic Coverage 10 countries Merger (India, Australia, New Operational Clinical Integration Zealand, Hong Kong, Capabilities Capabilities Capabilities Vietnam, Dubai, Mauritius, Singapore, Sri Lanka & Canada) Portfolio of Doctor Network*** >3,900 ScalableStrong healthcare Health IT ManagementBrand verticals / Total Employees >23,000 Capability models * Includes project hospitals and beds ** Includes affiliate centers and physiotherapy centers *** Doctor Network includes Hygienists in Australia
    • Geographical Footprint
    • Leading Healthcare Provider in Asia-Pacific • Amongst the leading hospital operators in India with “Patients first” culture and 68 hospitals with > 10,000* beds under management • Leadership across key specialties in tertiary care like cardiac sciences, neurology and orthopaedics • Leader in the organized diagnostics segment • Australia’s largest operator of Dental practices with 170 sites • Operates in top 30% of the Australian dental market • Largest integrated primary healthcare service provider in Hong Kong with ~590 primary care centers . Market leader in the corporate client segment. • Operates one of the largest radiology networks in Hong Kong • Potential base for expansion into China • One of the leading private healthcare providers in Vietnam • 5 full service hospitals and 3 clinics across Central & Southern Vietnam • Significant expansion plan including a brand new 204 bed hospital at the centre of Ho Chi Minh city, one of the fastest growing cities in Asia* including owned, managed and project beds
    • Leading Healthcare Provider in Asia-Pacific (cont…) • The largest private diagnostic and imaging Company in Singapore • 7 state-of-the-art diagnostics and molecular imaging centers and 5 GP clinics • Robust business model with a strong referral network across 2000 specialist and physicians • Greenfield specialty hospital for colorectal treatment, South East Asia’s first • Expected completion in mid- 2012 • Operates on a Hub-Spoke-Spike Model including 6 Reference Labs, 7 CoEs, 181 network labs and 865 collection centres in india and 1 Reference Lab in UAE and 7 collection agents in GCC • First CAP accredited private pathology Lab • One of the largest hospitals in Sri Lanka with an excellent brand image as a quality healthcare service provider • Attractive growth opportunity on the back of rising income levels, higher insurance penetration and stronger emphasis on the quality of healthcare in Sri Lanka
    • Agenda Healthcare in Uganda Overview of International Hospital Kampala (IHK) Overview of Fortis Healthcare Way Forward for International Hospital Kampala
    • Going Forward…Phase I• Substantial investment to upgrade the current infrastructure• Enhancing the already existing medical programs to tertiary level care by bringing in new medical equipment & clinical skills• Introduction of new specialties• Introduction of high end laparoscopic equipment to bolster the General Surgery and Gynaecology programs• Strengthening of the Critical Care department• Introduction of fully equipped Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) to strengthen the maternity program• Scaling up of Emergency Medicine and Ambulance services• Provision of comprehensive range of diagnostic services• Creation of a robust referral mechanism so that complex surgical interventions can be done at any of the 68 network hospitals in India at affordable costsPhase II• Future expansion of facility to a 200-bedded super specialty hospital providing comprehensive medical services
    • Tremendous Back-up of Fortis Network  Development of local medical talent through access to clinical talent across the robust network of 75 hospitals  Strengthening the current cardiac program with the support of “Fortis Escorts Cardiac Program,” one of the largest and renowned cardiac programs in the World  Back-up of Fortis Operating System, designed to provide uniform experience to patients  Continuous training and education for medical, paramedical, nursing and support services staff to ensure high quality service levels  Enhanced focus on quality standards  Evolving International Hospital Kampala as a Medical Hub for neighboring East African countries
    • THANK YOUExpanding footprintsinto Africa…