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Dr. Devi Shetty addressed the corporates on October 11, 2013 at The Porter Prize 2013

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Dr Devi Shetty Presentation

  1. 1. HEART SURGERY FOR $800
  2. 2. • 80% of the national expenditure on health is borne out of pocket • 47% of RURAL 37% of urban population borrow money, or sell sets to pay the medical bills. • Our government spends 1.1% of GDP on health
  3. 3. 21st CENTURY ECONOMY WILL BE DRIVEN BY HEALTH • $ 4.5 TRILLION • LARGEST EMPLOYER • NHS
  4. 4. Also Largest Employer of WOMEN
  5. 5. INDIA WILL BECOME THE FIRST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD TO DISSOCIATE HEALTHCARE FROM AFFLUENCE.
  6. 6. • We produce one of the largest number of doctors in the world • We produce the largest number of nurses and med technicians in the world • Out side the USA we have the largest number of US FDA approved drug manufacturing units.
  7. 7. 100 YEARS AFTER THE FIRST HEART SURGERY LESS THAN 15% OF THE WORLDS POPULATION CAN AFFORD IT. EVERYONE IS A CUSTOMER
  8. 8. Tax payers money can't pay for the health care
  9. 9. Yeshaswini Micro Health InsuranceYeshaswini Micro Health Insurance 1.7 million farmers, members of co-op societies 11 cents per month Government as a re-insurer Yeshaswini trust manages the scheme. Poor people in isolation are weak, but together are strong
  10. 10. YESHASWINI Total Surgeries performed - 4,44,416 Heart surgeries performed - 66,504
  11. 11. 850 MILLION INDIANS SPEND Rr. 150/- MONTH TO SPEAK ON MOBILE PHONE.
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  13. 13. 300 bed low cost heart hospital for $6 million, 6 months by L&T Only way to reach 30000 beds
  14. 14. Dialysis for $ 10
  15. 15. AMARYLLIS SURGICAL GOWNS, DRAPES
  16. 16. Daily P&L statement
  17. 17. Charity is not scalable.
  18. 18. 3026
  19. 19. 2427
  20. 20. Harvard BusinessHarvard Business SchoolSchool ““Cardiac Care for theCardiac Care for the Poor”Poor”
  21. 21. THE WALL STREET JOURNALTHE WALL STREET JOURNAL - THE HENRY FORD OF HEART SURGERY 31
  22. 22. IT to reduce the Mortality by 50% and cost by 25%
  23. 23. SOFTWARE FOR TREATMENT SOFTWARE FOR TRAINING NOT HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT software .
  24. 24. WE ARE NOT TALKING ABOUT BIG DATA • ICD 9-6000 diseases,1000 common. • 50,000-SIGNS, SYMPTOMS • 100,000-SIGNS, SYMPTOMS, LAB TESTS
  25. 25. FUTURE OF HEALTH CARE IS IN THE HANDS OF CRITICAL CARE NURSES 75%OF HOSPITAL BEDS WILL BE ICU BEDS SUCCESS OF EVERY SURGERY WILL DEPEND ON THE SKILLS SKILL OF THE ICU NURSE ON DUTY AT MIDNIGHT .
  26. 26. Machines to train ICU NURSES • CEA TECHNOLOGY SIMULATORS TO TRAIN ICU NURSES. • UNIVERSITIES GIVE THE KNOWLEDGE, DRIVING SCHOOLS GIVES THE SKILL • APPROXIMATELY 110 TASKS • APPROXIMATELY 20 CARDIAC ARRESTS PER YEAR • MACHINES DON'T GET TIRED, BORED,BLUFF • MACHINES TO TRAIN,GRADE AND CERTIFY. • INDIA NEEDS 1MILLION DRSs,2MILLION NURSES,3 MILLION BEDS.
  27. 27. INDUSTRY LEADERS COLLABORATE • AIG,WORLDS LARGEST REINSURER • CAE SYSTEMS, worlds largest aircraft simulators. • WORLDS BEST SOFTWARE BRAINS • NH HEALTH CITY AS THE BETA SITE FOR DEVELOPMENT. • PROCESS ORIENTED AMERICAN HOSPITAL
  28. 28. NCUMC Artist’s impression

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