Case studies

Case studies

Many of the low-cost initiatives examined in our publication are about realizing “the three S’s” – economies of Scope, Skill and Scale. The combination of these three components with high-quality leadership and a clear vision are key to enabling scale with pace, as demonstrated by the forward-thinking organizations and cost-effective initiatives examined in the case studies featured in the Necessity: The Mother of Innovation report.

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While the case studies below, taken from the report 'Necessity: The Mother of Innovation', focus on leading examples from emerging economies, many of the lessons can be adapted to higher income countries that are increasingly struggling with healthcare costs.

“How can countries with less well-developed healthcare systems meet growing demand for high-quality healthcare without replicating the high-cost models of western economies?”

CARE HOSPITALS

CARE Hospitals, India, focuses on middle income patients while employing a pricing structure to also accommodate lower income customers.

 
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GLOCAL HEALTHCARE

Glocal hospitals in India adopted standardized diagnosis and management protocols for 42 diseases affecting 95 percent of the population.

 
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LIFESPRING HOSPITALS

LifeSpring Hospitals in India developed a strict standard of clinical protocols to enable clarity of tasks ensuring efficient use of staff.

 
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RASHTRIYA SWASTHYA BIMA YOJANA (RSBY)

Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana is an insurance program in India aimed at providing health insurance coverage to families below the poverty line.

 
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VAATSALYA HEALTHCARE

Vaatsalya Healthcare in India focuses on extending the role of health workers to keep costs down.

 
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