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New healthcare paradigm: Investors pick hospitals unlocking value through cost, capital efficiencies

Healthcare will be a dominant theme in developing India over the next few decades. But with a largely self-financed healthcare system, robust top-line growth will be a challenge for several hospital chains for a while. Indeed, future value for investors may be created more by capital and cost efficiencies and less through top-line growth.
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18 Sep 2019 4 Mins Read 2 comments
(From left) Apollo Hospital in Chennai; Fortis Hospital in New Delhi; and a Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital in Ahmedabad; courtesy of Getty Images and BCCL
(From left) Apollo Hospital in Chennai; Fortis Hospital in New Delhi; and a Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital in Ahmedabad; courtesy of Getty Images and BCCL
Manipal Hospital’s ambitious attempt to scale and acquire a pan-India presence has come a cropper again with its planned acquisition of Medanta in jeopardy. Last year, it had made a failed bid for Fortis Healthcare. But Manipal’s hurry to gain muscle has a reason. It has to deliver a viable exit for its long-term investors, such as TPG, who are
bought under a centralised hospital-management system to optimise our operations,” says a regional director of Fortis’s largest facility in north India. Daga of TPG Capital also emphasises the need for operational efficiently. These are the early indications that future value will be generated by capital and cost efficiencies and less through top-line growth. ( Graphics by Sadhana Saxena)
Manipal Hospital’s ambitious attempt to scale and acquire a pan-India presence has come a cropper again with its planned acquisition of Medanta in jeopardy. Last year, it had made a failed bid for Fortis Healthcare. But Manipal’s hurry to gain muscle has a reason. It has to deliver a viable exit for its long-term investors, such as TPG, who are bought under a centralised hospital-management system to optimise our operations,” says a regional director of Fortis’s largest facility in north India. Daga of TPG Capital also emphasises the need for operational efficiently. These are the early indications that future value will be generated by capital and cost efficiencies and less through top-line growth. ( Graphics by Sadhana Saxena)

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