What can U.S. hospital leaders possibly learn from Indian hospitals? The answer: how to operate far more efficiently and affordably, without comprising quality.
That's because several innovative Indian hospitals are delivering high-quality health care at prices 95% lower than at U.S. hospitals. For example, kidney dialysis at one leading Indian hospital is $12,000 compared to $66,750 in the U.S., and the Indian hospital has higher survival rates.
In this interactive Harvard Business Review webinar, Professors Vijay Govindarajan and Ravi Ramamurti, co-authors of the Harvard Business Review article, ""Delivering World-Class Health Care, Affordably,"" share findings from their research on why leading Indian hospitals are so efficient, and lessons for U.S. hospitals.