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1 Touching a billion lives

2 Circa 1983


4 No computers No cell phones No internet No video cameras One TV channel One airline We had …

5 Madras Calcutta Bombay Pondicherry Bangalore … …were what our cities were called

6 No whole body CT No MRI No linear accelerators for radiotherapy No reliable programs for bypass surgery No interventional cardiac services No liver transplants No health insurance In healthcare …

7 The Defining Moment

8 Inauguration of the 150 bedded corporate hospital at Chennai… With a mission is to bring Healthcare of International Standards within the reach of every individual. We are committed to the achievement and maintenance of excellence in education, research and healthcare for the benefit of humanity.

9 Circa 2009

10 Our Cities are called… … Chennai Kolkata Mumbai Puducherry Bengaluru

11 … Chennai, now a 600 bedded hospital

12 State of Art Healthcare Infrastructure

13 Owned & Managed Hospitals Health Education & e-Learning Clinical Research & Site Management Project Consulting Not for profit Education Research Emergency Network Retail Pharmacies CSR SACH | SAHI Franchise Primary Care Clinics Technology Services & Solutions Third Party Administration and Health Insurance Integrated seamless healthcare delivery system

14 Apollos Unique Strength Facilitating deep geographic access Yemen + Mauritius +

15 Touched 18 million lives 4 million Preventive Health Checks foreign patients from 55 countries 91,000 Cardiothoracic Surgeries Over 5,000 Kidney Transplants Over 300 Bone Marrow and Liver Transplants Over Joint Replacements Liver Transplant in Children and Adults Cord Blood Transplant for Leukemia Multi Organ Transplant Stereotactic Radiotherapy and Radio-surgery National Network of Emergency Services Apollo – The Healthcare Powerhouse

16 175 MRIs 35,000 Lab Tests Cardiac Surgeries 250 Dialysis 500 Major Surgeries 1500 Admissions Foot falls 270 CT Scans 1500 Emergency Cases

17 Cardiac Sciences Oncology Neurosciences Orthopedics Transplantation Pediatrics Emergency Medicine Centres of Excellence

18 Infrastructure Human Resources Credentialing and Privileging Clinical Pathways Allied Services and Specialties Research Quality Management Academics / Clinical Excellence Excellence driven by strong fundamentals

19 3T MRI 64 Slice CT Scanner 320 Slice CT Scanner PET CT Scan CyberKnife Novalis Apollo has consistently led game-changing developments through cutting-edge technology Apollo was the first hospital in India to Introduce

20 Integrated Applications Radiology Information System Radiology Information System PACS PACS Electronic Medical Record SMS Module/MIS Enterprise Components & Group Connectivity Clinical Decision Support (CDS) Drug Support System (DSS) Intranet Application Document Management System Data warehousing & Mining Communication with Other Provider Supply Chain Management CRM Insurance Application/Claim Mgt E-commerce Application Web Enabled Components e-Appointment e-Scheduling Personal Health Record Online Lab Reports Core HIS Product Physician Order Entry System Financial Information System Administrative Services Patient Care Management Support/Ancillary services Clinical Department System Horizontal Integration of Hospital Information System Vertical Integration IT in Healthcare

21 India Today Most caring hospital The Week Top hospitals in India CRISIL's rating Superior fundamentals Readers Digest Most trusted hospital brand Govt. of India felicitates Apollo Hospitals with a Postage Stamp Universally recognized for our pioneering sprit and commitment to healthcare

22 Wealth of knowledge and experience Across diverse geographies

23 I think it is a wonderful contribution to the healthcare of the people who live in rural villages and I hope that people all over the world will follow your lead, because if they do then the benefits of the Hi-tech medicine can go to everyone and not just people who live in big cities Bill Clinton, 24 th March 2000 On Viewing the Telemedicine Consultation from Aragonda Village

24 JCI accredited Apollo hospitals Delhi (first JCI accredited hospital in India) Chennai Hyderabad (first JCI accredited stroke program in the world) Ludhiana Dhaka Bangalore Kolkata NABH accredited Madurai Continuous Quest for Excellence

25 First dashboard ACE launched in the year 2005 Reinforced in the year 2006 Matured to Apollo XI program in 2007 created in 2008 Apollo Clinical Excellence

26 Parameters Bench Mark Reference Max Score Scoring CABG mortality rate0.60%Cleveland Clinic > Complication rate post coronary intervention 2% A J of Therapeutics US > 4 0 One year survival rate for kidney transplants 97.60% United Network for Organ Sharing < ALOS post liver transplant21 Days NY State Deptt of Health > 30 0 ALOS for large bowel resection7 Days UCSF San Francisco CA USA >

27 Apollo Hospitals Educational and Research Foundation ( AHERF) 250 global multi – centre trials 175 current clinical trials across Ahemdabad Bengaluru Chennai Hyderabad Kolkatta Madurai Mysore New Delhi

28 Stem Cell Banking Umbilical cord blood bank at Apollo Ahmedabad Apollo Cancer Hospital has experience with 268 bone marrow transplants 84 autologous, 184 allogenic

29 Cell and Molecular Biology Research Centre Development of bio-markers Stem cell research Genomics

30 Excellence in Education DNB Royal Colleges Medvarsity Foreign Trainees Nursing Schools and Colleges Institute of Physiotherapy Institute of Hospital Administration

31 Apollo Medicine Journal Started in September 2004 Published every quarter 18 issues so far Each issue dedicated to a Specialty/Theme

32 Global Recognition Creating Global Hope Indias low-cost patient care earns plaudits in US study - Duke University Wed, Sep India's New Coup In Outsourcing: Inpatient Care The Wall Street Journal, April 26, 2004 India's Healthcare Industry to See Mammoth Growth - Mc Kinsey Wed, Jun

33 The India Value Proposition ProcedureUSAIndiaThailandSingapore Coronary artery bypass surgery$70, ,000$7,000$22,000$16,300 Bypass surgery with heart valve replacement $75, ,000$9,500$25,000$22,000 Hip replacement$33,000-57,000$7,200$12,700$12,000 Knee replacement$30,000-53,000$7,200$11,500$9,600 Prostate surgery (TURP procedure)$10,000-16,000$3,600$4,400$5,300 Gastric bypass$35,000-52,000$9,300$13,000$16,500 Face-lift$10,500-16,000$4,800$5,000$7,500 Note: U.S. charges are list prices. Physician and certain other fees are generally excluded. Prices at non-U.S. hospitals are all-inclusive other than for Panama, which does not include surgeons fee. Only data from Joint Commission International accredited hospitals considered.

34 Indias population might be a huge challenge, but it is also its largest strength Incredible India. Incredible scale

35 Apollo Reach Building a network for India beginning of a new era Dr. Manmohan Singh Prime Minister of India

36 Nasik Nellore Tiruchirapalli Ayanambakkam Karaikudi Reach India – District hospitals Sriperumbudur Karimnagar Karur Chitoor Asansol Siliguri Patna Amritsar Shimoga Burdman

37 Apollo Reach Hospitals – Planned Locations 1.Karim Nagar 2.Chennai- Ayanambakkam 3.Chittoor 4.Nellore 5.Trichy 6.Karaikudi 7.Surat 8.Amritsar 9.Allahabad 10.Bhopal 11.Nasik 12.Karur 13.Sriperumbudur 14.Asansol 15.Shimoga 16.Srinagar 17.Patna 1.Erode 2.Tiruvallur 3.Warangal 4.Rajahmundry 5.Kurnool 6.Nizamabad 7.Bangalore 8.Dharwad/Belgaum 9.Mangalore 10.Davanagere 11.Gulbarga 12.Pune 13.Coimbatore 14.Haridwar 15.Raipur 16.Siliguri 17.Guntur 18.Kolhapur 1.Tumkur 2.Jodhpur 3.Jaipur 4.Gwalior 5.Durgapur 6.Goa 7.Indore/Bhopal 8.Lucknow 9.Ludhiana 10.Nagpur 11.Kanpur 12.Aurangabad 13.Manipur 14.Ranchi 15.Tirupathi 16.Tirunelveli 17.Tiruppur 18.Salem Phase IIPhase IPhase III

38 Main Hospital Doctors Nursing homes Colombo Dhaka Datacenter

39 APOLLO HEALTH KNOWLEDGE CITY Education 2,000+ top notch doctors 10,000+ medical support staff and hospital administrators 100,000+ healthcare professionals upskilled Medical research World-renowned center of disruptive innovations in medical research Dozens of secrets of millennia-old medical heritage rediscovered Healthcare industry Destination for breakthroughs in medical products and technology Hub of cutting-edge manufacturing innovations in health AHKC – jewel of Indias pride; most preferred global healthcare destination Millions healed: unparalleled quality, unrivaled cost Healthcare delivery

40 Best-in-class medical education and research AHKC Research Centre for healthcare research Centre for allied healthcare studies Centre for medical heritage studies Healthcare 500-bed super-specialty hospital to be established by Apollo Hospitals Comprehensive wellness/lifestyle offerings Medical Dental Nursing Pharmacy Paramedical Sciences Surgical skills, Intensive Care, ERCP, Advanced colonoscopy for Doctors Advanced intensive Care, airway management for Nurses Colonoscopy, Bronchoscopy, DSA, Cath lab for Paramedics Operations, financial, quality management courses for hospital administrators Physiotherapy Alternative Medicine Administrative Studies Allied Healthcare Studies Education



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