Indische Privatkrankenhäuser im Wettbewerb mit westlichen Krankenhäusern

  • Neena Gupta-BienerEmail author
  • Sanjeev Kanoria


Die Entwicklung indischer privater Krankenhäuser verfolgt andere Pfade im Vergleich zu westlichen Krankenhäusern. Eingebettet in das indische Gesundheitssystem haben es indische Krankenhäuser (besser als viele im Westen) geschafft, durch Innovationen hohe Qualität mit niedrige Kosten zu verbinden. Verschiedene Beispiele stellen Vorteile und Alleinstellungsmerkmale des indischen Systems heraus. Gleichzeitig werden Herausforderungen, Kritik und Fehlentwicklungen der privaten Krankenhäuser aufgezeigt.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.FH JoanneumUniversity of Applied ScienceGrazÖsterreich
  2. 2.Advinia Health CareLondonVereinigtes Königreich

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