Vaatsalya has created a no-frills, low-price model of health care for the medical needs in semi-urban and rural India address. In India, 80% of the healthcare facilities in the urban areas, although nearly 70% of the total population lives in villages and small towns. Vaatsalya closes this gap by providing a viable business model, what good quality health care accessible at affordable prices. The company’s goal is to Vaatsalya providing primary and secondary care … Read more »

Vaatsalya has created a no-frills, low-price model of health care for the medical needs in semi-urban and rural India address. In India, 80% of the healthcare facilities in the urban areas, although nearly 70% of the total population lives in villages and small towns. Vaatsalya closes this gap by providing a viable business model, what good quality health care accessible at affordable prices. The company’s goal is to Vaatsalya, primary and secondary health care in rural and semi-urban areas. It aims, a leading provider of low-cost but high-quality health care in the country are due to the expansion of the network.
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Sourav Mukherjee,
P. D. Jose
Source: Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
13 pages.
Release date: 01 December, 2010. Prod #: IMB327-PDF-ENG
Vaatsalya Hospitals: Affordable Healthcare in Proximity HBR case solution

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