Narayana Hrudayalaya (NH) has expanded into a multi-specialty health city in Bangalore and grown to twelve locations in India. The hospital is planning a 300-bed secondary hospitals in smaller towns across India to build, with the goal of 30,000 beds in seven years, which will operate it comparable to the world’s largest hospital chains. NH operates the world’s largest tele-cardiology network, which offers consultations to people in 800 locations around the world, including 53 Afric … Read more »

Narayana Hrudayalaya (NH) has expanded into a multi-specialty health city in Bangalore and grown to twelve locations in India. The hospital is planning a 300-bed secondary hospitals in smaller towns across India to build, with the goal of 30,000 beds in seven years, which will operate it comparable to the world’s largest hospital chains. NH operates the world’s largest tele-cardiology network, which offers consultations to people in 800 locations around the world, including 53 African countries. Management also plans to offer has a 2,000-bed hospital to open in the Cayman Islands underinsured Americans with tertiary care measures at 40% below U.S. prices, which Dr. Shetty model of compassionate care at affordable prices to the developed world.
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Tarun Khanna,
Tanya Bijlani
Source: Harvard Business School
6 pages.
Release Date: 5th August 2011. Prod #: 712402-PDF-ENG
Narayana Hrudayalaya Heart Hospital: Cardiac Care for the Poor (B) HBR case solution