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Apartmental health care will save lives of many people and reduce the cost of health care expenses , ambulance delays , transportation delays and holistic approach to apartmental people , counselling to aged in the apartments.

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Apartmental health care

  1. 1. Apartmental Health Care<br />By<br />Dr. Nagupenakacherla<br />Copyrights Strictly Reserved @ Dr. Nag <br />
  2. 2. Healthcare Infrastructure<br />The Indian healthcare industry is seen to be growing at a rapid pace and is expected to become a US$280 billion industry by 2020.<br />The Indian healthcare market was estimated at US$35 billion in 2007 and is expected to reach over US$70 billion by 2012 and US$145 billion by 2017.<br />According to the Investment Commission of India the healthcare sector has experienced phenomenal growth of 12 percent per annum in the last 4 years.<br />Rising income levels and a growing elderly population are all factors that are driving this growth. In addition, changing demographics, disease profiles and the shift from chronic to lifestyle diseases in the country has led to increased spending on healthcare delivery<br />
  3. 3. Despite having centers of excellence in healthcare delivery, these facilities are limited and are inadequate in meeting the current healthcare demands<br />Nearly one million Indians die every year due to inadequate healthcare facilities and 700 million people have no access to specialist care.<br />India faces a huge need gap in terms of availability of number of hospital beds per 1000 population. With a world average of 3.96 hospital beds per 1000 population India stands just a little over 0.7 hospital beds per 1000 population.<br />
  4. 4. Transport in India and foreign countries<br />Traffic in Indian cities generally moves slowly, where traffic jams and accidents are very common. <br />India has very poor records on road safely—around 90,000 people die from road accidents every year.<br />At least 13 people die every hour in road accidents in the country ,also in the year 2007 road accidents claimed more than 130,000 lives, overtaking China.<br />A Reader's Digest study of traffic congestion in Asian cities ranked several Indian cities within the Top Ten for worst traffic.<br />
  5. 5. Ambulance in traffic<br />Successful outcome of a medical emergency can sometimes be measured in seconds. Ambulance facing traffic, congestion, and other obstacles make life and death decisions at every turn on the way from patient pickup to delivery at the hospital. Serving a large regional area such as that of southern Australia, distances alone create logistics problems. <br />Motorists who fail to move out of the way for ambulances remains the biggest obstacle facing the emergency service in Abu Dhabi, it has been reported.<br />
  6. 6. Ambulance on indian roads<br />Unlike western countries, Indian cities can not think of having separate lanes for emergency purpose because the roads are not broad enough.<br />Golden hour’ is the key to one’s life. <br />
  7. 7. Disadvantages of ambulances <br />Getting stuck in taffic.<br />Pollution<br />Need to build separate emergency roads in india which is burden on indian government.<br />Air pollution <br />Sound pollution.<br />
  8. 8. Apartments in India<br />Due to urbanised and westernized life style apartments in india are being built far away from the city hospitals.<br />
  9. 9. Health Gap for people living in Apartments <br />Retired people and children are the one who stay in the apartment for maximum time.<br />These category of people and children are the one who need maximum health care. <br />Time constraints for the people who are living in the apartments for regular check ups. <br />ALL EMERGENCY CASES.<br />
  10. 10. Why Apartmental health care is useful?<br />The percentage of people having heart disease had increased from 1-2 to 3-5 per cent in rural India and from 2-3 to 10-11 per cent in urban India. This represented an overall increase of 300 per cent over the past 30 years.<br />n 1990 there were an estimated 1.17 million deaths from Heart attack in India, and the number is expected to almost double to 2.03 million by 2012.<br />Thousands die from ambulance delays.<br />
  11. 11. Can save lives in emergencies by giving first aid treatments before transportation.<br />Can reduce cost of ambulances, para medical staff in ambulances.<br />Can reduce time and can save lives in case the ambulance is coming from near by rural town by admitting in outskirts apartment hospital itself.<br />Can reduce Air and sound pollution.<br />Can give more stress on preventive health care by counselling people in apartments.<br />Can counsel aged people and guiding retired people in daily life.<br />Can save lives of children in emergency.<br />
  12. 12. Plan and How to kickstart<br />Constructing a hospital in the apartment basement besides car parking or constructing it separately in the large apartments.<br />Hiring Emergency medical officers and paying them 50000 rs if coming from different area/city by charging 500rs more for all people in all the apartments. <br />If they are there with in apartment , paying them 30000/- for their services.<br />Hiring specialist doctors from the apartment itself if they are residing in the apartment and paying them for the service they do in case of emergency. <br />
  13. 13. Charging patients as normal hospital charges . Any how patients tend to get less bill as the transportation charges of ambulance will not be there.<br />
  14. 14. References<br />Standard of living in India, Retrieved on June 1st 2011 fromhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_of_living_in_India<br />Make Way to the Hospital TREK-743R Assists Ambulance Fleet in Rapid Response and Routing, Retrieved on June 1st2011 fromhttp://www.advantech.de/sector/vehicle/CaseStudies.aspx?doc_id={288ECE21-2889-40BD-A016-7D657<br />Thousands die from ambulance delays , Retrieved on June 1st2011 fromhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-55521/Thousands-die-ambulance-delays.html<br />
  15. 15. Thanks for your patience<br />Any Questions please ?<br />Pet project of Dr. Nagupenakacherla.<br /> Copy rights Reserved Strictly @ Dr. Nag penn<br />