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    ROLE OF INFORMATION

    TECHNOLOGY IN HEALTHCARE

    SECTOR

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    COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN

    TWO PRIVATE HOSPITALS

    APOLLO (LUDHIANA)FORTIS ESCORTS (AMRITSAR)

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    INDEX

    Facts

    Objectives

    Scope of the study

    Problem Statement

    IT infrastructure Literature review

    Research methodology

    Research Instruments

    Hypothesis Questionnaire

    Spss

    References

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    FACTS

    The healthcare industry is growing at about 13%annually and is expected to grow at 15% over thenext four to five years.

    In India healthcare sector is largely contributedby private rather than public funds with the privatesector contributing 4.5% of GDP spend.

    A direction towards a public and private combinedhealthcare spend to reach 7% of GDP over thenext 3 yrs.

    103,000 crores/annum spend on healthcare

    sector.

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    OBJECTIVES

    Compare the two hospitals in terms of ITservices.

    Identify better hospital between Apollo and Fortisin Punjab.

    Measure the role of IT in Hospitals and study,whether the IT increases the effectiveness andefficiency of hospitals or not.

    How IT helps the doctors and other staff in

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    Scope Of The Study

    We will compare the private sector hospitals withrespect to IT used so other can use this

    information for further improvement.

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    PROBLEM STATEMENT

    With the advent of IT in healthcare sector ,according to the existing scenario of healthcare in

    private sector, challenges they are facing and thebenefits they are getting, are still unknown inPunjab.

    To identify the better hospital in terms of ITservices.

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    IT INFRASTRUCTURE

    Virtual reality

    Cyber surgery/Micro robotic surgery

    Telemedicine

    Patient traffic management

    Barcode Medication

    Chronic Disease Management

    Calculators

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    LITERATURE REVIEW=> Indian Hospital Information Systems (HIS) Market

    Date Published: 5 Jan 2006 By Sourabh Kankhar, Research Analyst, Asia

    Pacific Life Sciences Practice

    Undoubtedly, Indian hospitals have been very late in realizing the advantages

    of information technology (IT). Lack of awareness, the low priority given tofinancing of IT-related investments, lack of suitable solutions, as well as the

    absence of professional decision making has led to low penetration of HIS in

    this high-potential market.

    There have been many major IT initiatives by hospitals in India. However,

    these initiatives have been confined to corporate and high-end private hospitals.

    As more healthcare providers in India realize the advantages of implementing

    HIS, allocating higher budgets for IT, and making the decision-making

    procedure for IT more professional, there will be a huge opportunity for the

    growth of the HIS market.

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    Apollo Hospitals' Sangita Reddy: 'We Are Innovating with Models ofHealth Care'

    Published: August 15, 2010 in India Knowledge@Wharton

    India presents both challenges and opportunities for private companies likeApollo Hospitals, a 50-hospital chain with 8,500 beds. Apollo has alreadyexpanded its reach by using information technology and the mobile phonefor telemedicine, and reengineered its services to lower costs. Its next

    endeavour is to help create healthy living environments by promoting cleandrinking water, better sanitation and appropriate immunizations, saysSangita Reddy, executive director, in an interview with India Knowledge @Wharton during the 2010 Wharton India Economic Forum. We haveworked on content. We have given ideas from ApolloLife, a patient portalof sour own. We have taken those concepts and learning, we have worked

    on making it more than just static content, but connecting via cell phone,fax, SMS -- whatever you can do to make this alive and pushed into thecommunity. We have put some of those models out there, and I think in thenext 12 to 24 months you will see some impact.

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    S.NayanaTara,Professor

    Student Contributors: Prahalad Mukundan, Krishna Chaitanya

    Raghav, Nikita Sood, Venkateswaran K. N.

    The current model of health service delivery would not achieve its objective of

    delivering primary health care to people below the poverty line unless the

    government puts in place certain operational measures, to improve the

    infrastructure and the administration of the Sri Narasimha Raja DistrictHospital. Research studies have indicated a number of gross inadequacies in

    the current operational model of the hospital. Improving the technology, a

    proactive role in engaging the community and training the medical personnel

    would ensure that the hospital is sustainable in the long run and the poorest of

    the poor are provided basic health facilities.

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    (2009)In comparison, Apollo Hospitals, with about 8,000 beds, is trading at just 24times its trailing 12-month earnings. Besides, Apollo Hospitals is valued at

    twice its net sales, calculated on a trailing 12-month basis. The scrip is trading

    at twice its book value. On the other hand, Fortis Healthcare, whose business

    model is seen as more risky, is valued at thrice its net sales and is trading at a

    price that is thrice its book value. So, Fortis is relatively a risky and expensive

    bet compared to its more matured and larger peer.

    (2009 ) According to public opinion a comparison of fortis with Apollo hospitals.

    Market of Fortis is higher even though 1) Apollo has a much bigger presence

    and brand. 2) Apollo's sales are double of Fortis even after recent acqusition of

    wockhardt.3) Apollo is making real profit from quite some time. But in

    healthcare ,apollos healthcare services is providing much better then fortis. Asa conclusion Financial status matters a lot for an hospital but it does not mean if

    a hospital is growing very fast and earning profit, will surely provide best

    services to their patients. Apollo is providing best services but fortis is focusing

    on more and more branches in the country.

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    Research methodology

    Research Design :

    Sampling :

    Sample Technique

    Sample sizeEmployee

    Descriptive

    Convenient sampling

    2 Hospitals

    25-25 each

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    Research Instruments

    Source OfDataCollection:

    Primary

    General Expects

    Questionnaire

    Likert Scale

    Secondary

    Internet articles

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    HYPOTHESIS Null hypothesis:

    There is significant difference between the Fortiesand Apollo in terms of IT services.

    Alternante hypothesis:

    There is no significant difference between the fortiesand apollo interms of it serivces.

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    QUESTIONNAIRE

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    QUESTIONNAIRE

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    DATA VIEW IN SPSS

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    DATA VIEW IN SPSS

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    VARIABLE VIEW IN SPSS

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    SPSS RESULT ONE WAY

    ANOVA

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    SPSS RESULT ONE WAY

    ANOVA

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    INTERPRETATION AND

    ANALYSIS THE P VALUE IN RESULT OF SPSS IS MORE THAN

    0.05 SO THERE IS NO SIGNIFAICANTDIFFENENCE BETWEEN APOLLO AND FORTIES.

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    http://cities.expressindia.com/fullstory.php?newsid=192553

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    healt.html

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