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Operation Analysis of Apollo Hospitals, India
Apollo Hospitals, India
Considering the elements of a strategic service vision, the following are the factors applicable to the Apollo Hospitals of India. The service vision framework are according to an exhibit from "Lessons in the Service Sector" by James L. Heskett, Harvard Business Review, March/April 1987, p. 120.
1. Target Market segments
· Population Statistics : Population above 920 mill. people with wide variety of economic levels, social statuses, and cultures. Lowest per capita GNP $255, population growth 2% p.a. Growth real GNP 4.5%. Middle class 270 mill. Wealthy 30 million people.
· Target Market Segment : Upper middle class, the wealthy, and company employees with health insurance (108 million in 1994 ). Half of the middle class able to pay for private health care.
· Current Market Status : Most hospitals are state run at very low cost, low tech, and low quality. Private medical facilities are available - highly specialized, charging market rate (not latest technology but provides privacy and intimacy). Treatment of a complex ailment in a private institution is more time consuming and expensive.
· Economic liberalization : domestic and multinational companies - more competition
· Demography : urban, high income as dictated by upper middle class and elite class, neighboring countries.
· Psychography : Targeting people who can afford comprehensive high quality service; who are ready to pay more money for the comfort and treatment by more reputed doctors.
· Market Growth (income + segments growth) : Sizable market of 30 million (wealthy ) and 135 million upper middle class person.
· Proposed Plan : Comprehensive hospital emphasizing on tertiary care -- advance therapy and surgery, complicated medical problems. Primary care is stressed mainly through preventive measures. High quality medical care through the latest medical technology and the best qualified staff.
2. Service Concept
· The aim is to provide outstanding value to patient through superior medical results, quick treatment, and a low total cost of care relative to competitors. This can be achieved through the Five stars management philosophy : medical personnel, medical technology, employees, value and hospitality.
· Customers\' perception : high quality, comprehensive service at 10-15% below than the top hospitals in Bombay and Delhi in a shorter time period (on average 7 days versus industry\'s average of 9-12 days).
· Superior medical treatment: success rate at par with highest international standard, competitive total cost of care.
3. Operating Strategy
· Hospital operates under the Five Stars philosophy.
1. Medical personnel : Highly skilled and experienced doctors mostly returning from western countries (well known both academically and clinically). Well trained and motivated junior doctors, technicians, nurses, and other supporting staff.
2. Medical technology: Latest available technology, constant and quick update, high utilization and availability. Large capital investment emphasis in this area.
3. Employees: Constant interaction between all levels. The environment promotes a sense of family/community. Upper management recognizes attendance, punctuality, achievements in sport, and honesty through awards. A 10-20% higher wage for the employees than local, private hospitals. Flexible atmosphere, free medical care, and other economic benefits (loan, wedding gift, subsidize meals) attract competent employees.
4. Hospitality : Customer oriented/centered service, 30 hrs/year training, well established guidelines (Induction manual).
5. Value : Care/contact after even being released from the hospital. Guest relations department improves quality of service and maintains relationship with patients.
· Emphasis on continuous improvements (CHANGE), avoiding a stagnation.
· Operation: Symbiotic relationship between doctors and the hospital: Doctors pay only rents for the room, but set their own rate (within set boundaries from hospital management.) and keep all of the fees received. The hospital earns revenues from running the supporting facilities (room, board, x-rays etc.)
· Additional services to doctors: excellent and most recent library system (on-line system), hospital supported technical conferences in and out house, weekly research colloquiums, newsletter (Apollo Heartbeat), arrange visits/training session of recognized doctors from abroad.
· Continuous improvements effort at all levels
· Employee training and compensations and other benefits
· Finance : Initially from own money and stocks, Expansion and operation from revenue generated from existing facilities, licensing, and insurance package.
· Marketing: major efforts focused on women in individual consumer market (Well Women Clubs), outreach programs for schools, low price preventive check-up packages for families.
· Different categories of rooms to accommodate different economic level of patients. There is a long term trusting relationship with patients.
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