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© Mobile Surgery International ™ Finding Affordable Health Care Arnon Krongrad, MD
© Mobile Surgery International ™ Consumer Attitudes About “Medical Tourism” Deloitte 2009 Survey: 8% sought health care services outside their community 43% would travel if they could save 50% The young are more receptive than the old How many are actually traveling?
© Mobile Surgery International ™ “Medical Tourism” Nothing New Not Medical Not Tourism
© Mobile Surgery International ™ Who Travels? Patients Travel Doctors Travel
© Mobile Surgery International ™ What Motivates Travel? Choice Quality Cost
© Mobile Surgery International ™ A 57-year-old uninsured, unemployed American His father died of prostate cancer He was diagnosed with prostate cancer on December 9, 2008 He is otherwise healthy He chooses minimally invasive surgery Offered unaffordable global package for US$50,000 Affordable options included open surgery Case Study 1: An Individual with Limited Means
© Mobile Surgery International ™ Meeting the Patient’s Needs The patient’s priorities are – Treatment Choice – Treatment Quality – Cost containment – Risk management He wants minimally invasive surgery – He cannot afford complications, so … – He needs a highly experienced surgeon – He needs the surgery at an affordable cost, and … – He needs insurance against post-op medical/surgical problems
© Mobile Surgery International ™ Addressing the Clinical Needs MSI coordinated – A highly experienced and highly specialized American surgical team – High quality equipment sourced in an operating room in Trinidad – Transportation of specialized, complementary equipment – An experienced surgical support team
© Mobile Surgery International ™ Addressing the Non-Clinical Needs MSI also coordinated – Transportation to Trinidad and back to the U.S. – Peri-operative accommodations for the patient and his wife – Cancer surgery travel complications insurance – A 60% discount
© Mobile Surgery International ™ The Surgical Practicalities The patient arrived in Trinidad on March 3, 2009 Inpatient surgery was carried out on March 6 There were no peri-operative issues The patient was discharged the next morning The patient flew home on March 9
© Mobile Surgery International ™ Lessons of the Mobile Model Quality is mobile America is wasteful Reduce capital expenses Permits transparency Fill gaps in coverage Uninsured Self insured Under-insured Consumer Directed Plan Health Savings Accounts Government
© Mobile Surgery International ™ Potential Barriers to Mobile Surgery
© Mobile Surgery International ™ Latin America Caribbean Florida United States Traditional Model: Patient goes to surgeon Surgeon goes to patient Patient and surgeon meet at third place Models of Surgical Travel
© Mobile Surgery International ™ Domestic and Foreign Service Florida Kansas Trinidad
© Mobile Surgery International ™ Facilities and Services
© Mobile Surgery International ™ Who Are the Clients?
© Mobile Surgery International ™ Fridays Initiative: Service for Uninsured
© Mobile Surgery International ™ Fridays Initiative: Service for Uninsured
© Mobile Surgery International ™ Who We Are and What We Do Health care is about choice and quality Cost is a barrier to choice and quality Waste drives up cost Patients generally do not want to travel for health care A bundled, surgeon-driven model can partly optimize choice, quality, and cost
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