Describes the mission, vision and strategy of a team of entrepreneurs with a charismatic heart surgeon who conducted founded a heart hospital in Bangalore, India. The purpose of the hospital was to provide health care for the masses. The hospital of about 4,000 operations per year (about half of pediatric patients), which is carried out more than that of the Cleveland Clinic and the Mayo Clinic (ranked # 1 and # 2 in the United States) combined performed. The interesting aspect of the Ge … Read more »

Describes the mission, vision and strategy of a team of entrepreneurs with a charismatic heart surgeon who conducted founded a heart hospital in Bangalore, India. The purpose of the hospital was to provide health care for the masses. The hospital of about 4,000 operations per year (about half of pediatric patients), which is carried out more than that of the Cleveland Clinic and the Mayo Clinic (ranked # 1 and # 2 in the United States) combined performed. The interesting aspect of their business formula was its ability to complex operations such as CABG (popularly known as bypass surgery) for about $ 2,000, which offer much smaller than the other similarly equipped hospitals in India. Yeshaswini – The founder has been in other complementary measures, such as entering a nationwide insurance for rural farmers. The founder has ambitious plans for a comprehensive “Walmartization” of health care in India.
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Tarun Khanna,
V. Kasturi Rangan
Source: HBS Premier Case Collection
24 pages.
Publication Date: Jun 22,, 2005. Prod #: 505078-PDF-ENG
Narayana Hrudayalaya Heart Hospital: Cardiac Care for the Poor (A) HBR case solution