ALTERNATE FUNDING
SOURCES IN EYE CARE

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Anup Zimba - Hospital Administrator
Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital
Few Major Challenges for Non
Profit Eye care Organizations
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Sustainability
High quality Eye care services
Upgrad...
How do we meet these
challenges?
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Advertisements
Donations
Lottery
Cross Subsidies from paying services
Alternate Funding Sources
Major types of Alternate Funding Sources: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
 Insurance Age...
Corporate Social Responsibility
(CSR)
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Understands the company policy on CSR.
Identify the areas of priority.
Priv...
Insurance Agencies (Health)
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Insurance Regularity and Development Authority
at present has 31 Healthcare register...
Foreign Embassies
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Some of the embassies supports funds.
No fixed policy or program.
Write or search online abou...
INGO or NGO
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Numerous INGO and NGOs in eye care.
Different organization has different objectives
More Informatio...
Government Grant-in-aid
Recurring Grant-in-aid
District Blindness Control Society of India supports for free
Cataract surg...
Government Health Insurance Schemes
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West Bengal Health Scheme: Health Insurance for all
State Government Emplo...
Empanelment with Public Sector
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Empanelment ensures continuous flow of patients.
Submit a request by providing det...
Advantages of alternate funding sources
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Boosts brand of the Eye Hospital.
Expansion of High Quality Eye Care ...
About Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital

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Est. 1981
8500 + surgeries per annum
Grade -1 Unispeciality Hospita...
Eye Surgeries in last 5 years
Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital
5000

4456

4500
4000

3653

3500
3000

2860

3086
2586
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5 years - Cost Recovery
120

102

99

2009

2010

100
80

94

99

79

60

40
20
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2008

Cost recovery

2011

2012
THANK YOU !
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Alternate funding sources in eye care

  1. 1. ALTERNATE FUNDING SOURCES IN EYE CARE Presente Anup Zimba - Hospital Administrator Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital
  2. 2. Few Major Challenges for Non Profit Eye care Organizations      Sustainability High quality Eye care services Upgradation to new technologies Competitions from private eye care players Changes in Donors Priorities
  3. 3. How do we meet these challenges?     Advertisements Donations Lottery Cross Subsidies from paying services
  4. 4. Alternate Funding Sources Major types of Alternate Funding Sources: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)  Insurance Agencies (Health)  Embassies  INGO or NGO  Government Aid  Empanelment with Public Sector
  5. 5. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)     Understands the company policy on CSR. Identify the areas of priority. Private and Public Sector are both key stakeholders. Websites can help to understand more about the past CSR activities of the company.
  6. 6. Insurance Agencies (Health)     Insurance Regularity and Development Authority at present has 31 Healthcare registered TPA’s. Ensures regular flow of patients. Revenue generating source. Identify insurance companies with large database in respective region.
  7. 7. Foreign Embassies      Some of the embassies supports funds. No fixed policy or program. Write or search online about the embassies. Good Source for capital grants. Good Credibility and capacity of organisation.
  8. 8. INGO or NGO     Numerous INGO and NGOs in eye care. Different organization has different objectives More Information on NGO via website/ writing letter. Funds for capacity building (training, Equipment's, Publicity etc.)
  9. 9. Government Grant-in-aid Recurring Grant-in-aid District Blindness Control Society of India supports for free Cataract surgery.  Non Recurring Grant-in-aid Financial assistance for Operation Theatre, Vision Centre, Equipment, Mobile Tele-ophthalmic unit & Eye Bank under NPCB Scheme.  Rhastriya Swasthya Bima Yojana RSBY was launched by Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India in 2008. Scheme provides health insurance coverage for Below Poverty Line (BPL) families. 
  10. 10. Government Health Insurance Schemes     West Bengal Health Scheme: Health Insurance for all State Government Employees. Assessment of Health Care Organization by Medical team from Government office 3 tier Gradation of Hospital in terms of infrastructure, quality, bed capacity etc. Surgical package as per WBHS norms.
  11. 11. Empanelment with Public Sector     Empanelment ensures continuous flow of patients. Submit a request by providing details of facilities. Assessment may be done by the Company E.g. NHPC, BSNL, AAI, IOC etc.
  12. 12. Advantages of alternate funding sources      Boosts brand of the Eye Hospital. Expansion of High Quality Eye Care Services. Helps in meeting both capital and recurring Costs. Upgrade to newer technologies Sustainability of the organisation
  13. 13. About Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital      Est. 1981 8500 + surgeries per annum Grade -1 Unispeciality Hospital in North Bengal under WBHS. Empanelment with Govt. of Sikkim. Ophthalmic training centre
  14. 14. Eye Surgeries in last 5 years Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital 5000 4456 4500 4000 3653 3500 3000 2860 3086 2586 2500 2000 1826 3929 2696 2474 1873 1500 1000 500 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 Camp surgery Paying Surgery 2012
  15. 15. 5 years - Cost Recovery 120 102 99 2009 2010 100 80 94 99 79 60 40 20 0 2008 Cost recovery 2011 2012
  16. 16. THANK YOU !

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