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Southeast Asian Healthcare Evaluation


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Southeast Asian Healthcare Evaluation

  1. 1. Southeast Asia HealthcareA Snap Shot of Public and Private Hospitals of India and BangladeshBy: Angela Adala, Diego Belez, Aaron Berger, John Fell, Rohit Gupta, Kevin Hart, Brad Phillips, and Jessica Pham
  2. 2. Healthcare Industry Facilities equipped with physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other healthcare providers whichprovide goods and services as a means to treat patients with preventive, curative, rehabilitative andpalliative care.
  3. 3. Healthcare Industry SegmentationUrbanEducatedIlliterateRuralEducatedIlliterateIncomeNo IncomeLow IncomeMiddle IncomeHigh IncomeIncomeNo IncomeLow IncomeMiddle IncomeHigh IncomeIndiaLiteracy rateAdult age 15+ 61.01%Illiteracy rateAdult age 15+ 40.5%BOP -PovertyPopulation under $1 perday 44.2%BangladeshLiteracy rateAdult age 15+ 34.22%Illiteracy rateAdult age 15+ 58.4%BOP-PovertyPopulation under $1 perday 29.1%
  4. 4. Hospital DistributionBangladesh – Hospitals1,683 totalIndia – Hospitals16,000 total60%40%= Public= Private75%25%= Public= Private
  5. 5. Top 10 Hospitals of the World1. Fortis Hospital, Bangalore, India2. Gleneagles Hospital, Singapore3. Shouldice Hospital, Thornhill, Canada4. Wooridul Spine Hospital, Seoul, South Korea5. Asklepios Klinik Barmbek, Hamburg, Germany6. Bumrungad International Hospital, Bangkok, Thailand7. Barcelona Centre Medic, Barcelona, Spain8. Bangkok Hospital Medical Center, Bangkok, Thailand9. Clemenceau Medical Center, Beirut, Lebanon10. Anadolu Medical Center, Istanbul, Turkey
  6. 6. Bangladesh vs India –Hospital Size & World Rank050010001500Apollo HospitalDhakaJalalabad RagibRabeya MedicalCollege &HospitalAhsania MissionCancer andGeneralHospitalBangabandhuSheikh MujibMedicaUniversityHospitalCentre for theRehabilitaitonof the ParalysedBangladesh4509001601500100Bangladesh Hospital Size and World Rank05001000150020002500300035004000450050005500600065007000750080008500LaparoscopyHospitalApollo Hospitals Amrita Institute ofMedical Sciencesand ResearchCenterAravind Eye CareSystemSri RamachandraUniversity &Medical Centre150085002102824692India Hospital Size and World RankWR:82WR:230WR:321WR:380WR:536WR:5027WR:5096WR:5723WR:7197WR:8338
  7. 7. Macroeconomics: India/Bangladesh
  8. 8. Population Growth
  9. 9. Bottom of the Pyramid BOP0102030405060708090Countries with the largest percentage of people living on $1.25 or less per day*
  10. 10. Healthcare Market Statistics0.00%10.00%20.00%30.00%40.00%50.00%60.00%70.00%Total expenditureon health as % ofGDPProbability of NotReaching 40Infant Mortality Hospital Beds per1,000 peopleLife Expectancy Physicians per1,000 people3.10%21.40%64.32%0.31%63.90%0.26%6.10%16.70%57.92%0.79%63.50%0.60%= Bangladesh= India
  11. 11. World Bank & IMF - India Country Partnership Strategy covering next 5 years (2013-2017) aimed at supporting low income states. Goal is to cut poverty to only 5.5% of the population by 2030, compared to 29.8% in 2010. Innovative strategies implemented in 3 rural states in India - Rajasthan, Kamataka and Tamil Nadu – aimedat improving healthcare.
  12. 12. World Bank & IMF - Bangladesh The WB is currently supporting research for a health care analysis and review Also, working with governments to increase reproductive healthcare and decrease malnutrition Next phase is to increase service levels across the country
  13. 13. Innovation and Industry Growth - IndiaMedical Tourism Provides Quality and Cheap Health Care $2.3 billion in business by 2012 150,000 foreign medical tourist in 2004 and increasing 15% each year 30-80% lower than Western Countries Cheapest in Southeast Asia
  14. 14. Innovation and Industry Growth - BangladeshLack of Innovation and Industry Instability has lead to Outbound Medical Tourism fromBangladesh Urban slum dwellers receive highly discriminatory treatment Lower and lower middle class don’t receive proper treatment Affluent only use native hospitals in cases of emergency; otherwise they fly abroad Low quality or absent health care Health policies and strategies not properly executed Unscrupulous and untrained hospital staff /administration
  15. 15. RecommendationIndia Continue to adopt new innovations Expand on Medical Tourism by providing transportation from neighboring states and countriesBangladesh Over-haul the entire Healthcare system Educate with in and offer incentives to retain quality personnel Develop a healthcare policy that is attainable for everyone Develop Medical Tourism Hospitals to retain its own affluent sector Increase the number of hospitals outside the capital
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