Lessons from India in Organizational Innovation: A Tale of Two Heart Hospitals
Barak D. Richman
Duke University - School of Law
affiliation not provided to SSRN
Duke University - Fuqua School of Business; University of Toronto - Rotman School of Management
Kevin A. Schulman
Duke University Medical Center
Health Affairs, Vol. 27, No. 5, 2008
Duke Law School Public Law & Legal Theory Paper No. 222
Duke Science, Technology & Innovation Paper No. 30
Recent discussions in health reform circles have pinned great hopes on the prospect of innovation as the solution to the high-cost, inadequate-quality U.S. health system. But U.S. health care institutions - insurers, providers, and specialists - have ceded leadership in innovation to Indian hospitals such as Care Hospital in Hyderabad and the Fortis Hospitals around New Delhi, which have U.S.-trained doctors and can perform open heart surgery for $6,000 (compared to $100,000 in the United States). The Indian success is a window into America's stalemate with inflating costs and stagnant innovation.
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Date posted: October 6, 2008
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