7 dr devi-prasad-healthcare_ncas_2011

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7 dr devi-prasad-healthcare_ncas_2011

  1. 1. Healthcare, driver of the world Economy Dr. Devi Prasad Shetty MS, FRCS (England) Chairman Narayana Hrudayalaya Group of Hospitals Bangalore
  2. 2.  Global healthcare and wellness industry is $4.5 trillion USA healthcare is $2.5 trillion
  3. 3. Inclusive growth for the world peace  Largest employment generator  IT v/s Healthcare  Largest employment generator for women
  4. 4. Global healthcare, current scenario 100 years after the 1st heart surgery less than 10% of the world’s population can afford it India needs 2.5 million heart surgeries a year India does approximately 90000 surgeries a year
  5. 5.  Approximately 94% of the surgeries done in India are performed at non- Government hospitals
  6. 6.  Govt spends 1% of the GDP on health 80% of the national expenditure on healthcare is borne out of pocket 47% of the urban, 37% of the rural population borrow money or sell assets to pay for the healthcare Healthcare expenses is the commonest cause of rural indebtedness
  7. 7. Healthcare is all about man, money,machine and beds
  8. 8.  Wealth of the country has no relationship with the quality of healthcare Tax payers money cannot pay for the healthcare
  9. 9. Govt as the health insurance provider  Yashasvini  Vajapayee Arogyasree  Rajeev Arogyasree  Kalaignar Health insurance
  10. 10.  Politicians across the world do the right things for the wrong reasons
  11. 11. Health cities with 1000 to 5000 beds Heart surgery for $800
  12. 12. Low Cost Heart Hospital, Mysore
  13. 13. If Airline company is required to buy planes, aviation industry will perish
  14. 14. Its not the money, it’s the man WHO estimates shortage of 2 million healthcare professionals India has a shortage of 7 lakh doctors If we add 100 new medical colleges a year for the next 5 years we will have adequate number of doctors by year 2025
  15. 15. Global Trends in Supply and Demand BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR TABLE 2. FASTEST GROWING OCCUPATIONS, 2004-14 1 31-1011 Home health aides 2 15-1081 Network systems and data communications analysts 3 31-9092 Medical assistants 4 29-1071 Physician assistants 5 15-1031 Computer software engineers, applications 6 31-2021 Physical therapist assistants 7 29-2021 Dental hygienists 8 15-1032 Computer software engineers, systems software 9 31-9091 Dental assistants 10 39-9021 Personal and home care aides 11 15-1071 Network and computer systems administrators 12 15-1061 Database administrators 13 29-1123 Physical therapists 14 19-4092 Forensic science technicians 15 29-2056 Veterinary technologists and technicians 16 29-2032 Diagnostic medical sonographers 17 31-2022 Physical therapist aides 18 31-2011 Occupational therapist assistants 19 19-1042 Medical scientists, except epidemiologists 20 29-1122 Occupational therapists15 of the 20 fastest growing occupations in the USA are in Health Care
  16. 16. World needs a supranational medical university
  17. 17. Patient Safety ICU mortality can be reduced by 50% by protocols In 5 years computer will make accurate diagnosis than Doctors In 10 years it will become mandatory for the Doctors to get 2nd opinion from computer Surgeons will not be trained on the patients
  18. 18.  We need an association of non- government hospitals
  19. 19. Year 2020 we become a superpower

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