Reverse Innovations in Healthcare

“Health City Cayman Islands might be one of the disruptors that finally pushes the overly expensive U.S. system to innovate.”

Reference from www.HBR.org  by Vijay Govindarajan and Ravi Ramamurti of the Harvard Business Review Economics & Society section report  “Is This the Hospital That Will Finally Push the Expensive U.S. Health Care System to Innovate?  June 22, 2018.  

Link to HBR article below:

https://hbr.org/2018/06/is-this-the-hospital-that-will-finally-push-the-expensive-u-s-health-care-system-to-innovate 

With global competition able to forever change other seemingly untouchable industries, will the same happen to U.S. health care? The article discusses Health City Cayman Islands (HCCI) founded by Dr. Devi Shetty who wanted to disrupt the U.S. Health System with his venture.  A great read, highlighting Shetty’s disruptive ideas for reverse engineering quality health outcomes at significant cost savings compared to U.S. health care spending.  Being close to home, yet outside U.S. regulatory boundaries, HCCI could represent a high quality, low cost health care option.

Along with further reading in book (link included below)

Reverse Innovation in Health Care: How to Make Value-Based Delivery Work

INNOVATION & ENTREPRENEURSHIP BOOK

authors Vijay Govindarajan & Ravi Ramamurti

 

 

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