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PRIVATE HOSPITALS. Group 8: Chua, Dela Cruz, Joaquin, Rayel, Redota, Teo, Uy. Background of the industry. The hospital system is composed of the public and private hospital sectors, classified into primary, secondary and tertiary levels according to their service capabilities It includes:

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Private hospitals

PRIVATE HOSPITALS

Group 8:

Chua, Dela Cruz, Joaquin, Rayel, Redota, Teo, Uy


Background of the industry

Background of the industry

  • The hospital system is composed of the public and private hospital sectors, classified into primary, secondary and tertiary levels according to their service capabilities

  • It includes:

    • 1,728 licensed hospitals, of which, 1,061 are private hospitals and 667 are government owned.

    • Among the government hospitals, 72 are DOH hospitals, 5 are military hospitals and 590 are local government hospitals.


Some definitions

Some definitions…

  • Tertiary Level - fully departmentalized and equipped with the service capabilities needed to support certified Medical Specialists and other licensed physicians rendering services in the field of Medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Surgery, their subspecialties and ancillary services.Secondary Level  - equipped with the service capabilities needed to support licensed physicians rendering services in the field of Medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynecology, General Surgery and other Ancillary Services.Primary Level - equipped with the service capabilities needed to support licensed physicians rendering services in Medicine, Pediatrics, Obstetrics and Minor Surgery

    • Source: Revised Rules and Regulations Governing the Registration, Licensure and Operation of Hospitals in the Philippine

  • Private Hospital-is a hospital owned by a for-profit company or a non-profit organisation and privately funded through payment for medical services by patients themselves, by insurers, or by foreign embassies

  • Public Hospital-is owned by a government and receives government funding. This type of hospital provides medical care free of charge, the cost of which is covered by the funding the hospital receives


Background

Background

  • Private tertiary referral hospital

  • Location: Quezon City

  • Bed capacity: 652

  • Offers services most especially cardiovascular medicine, neurology and neurosurgery, and cancer

  • Ten institutes, 13 departments, and 22 Centers of Excellence

  • Open to the public and caters to A to D, mostly A and B.


Players in the industry

Players in the industry

  • Makati Medical Center

  • Asian Hospital

  • The Medical City


Type of market and market structure

Type of Market and Market Structure

  • Number of firms in the market

    • Relatively, many private tertiary hospitals, mostly concentrated in Luzon as compared to the total number of private hospitals or total number of hospitals in the country.

    • Influenced by patient needs.

      • Basic healthcare services- many private tertiary hospitals

      • Complicated surgeries (e.g neurosurgery)- few private tertiary hospitals

      • Specialties- e.g. deep-brain stimulation by Cardinal Santos Medical Center, PET-CT by St.Luke’s Medical Center


Type of market and market structure1

Type of Market and Market Structure

  • Product differentiation

    - Health care services

    - Difference mainly on:

    - Who

    - Where/Type of Environment,

    - How services

    are delivered to lead to customer satisfaction


Type of market and market structure2

Type of Market and Market Structure

  • Differentiating factors in the industry:

    1. Cost

    “Simplistically, this implies that cost is the only categorical advantage of government facilities over private facilities. In terms of client satisfaction, the Report also states that “overall satisfaction” or “appreciation” of health facilities was significantly higher for private facilities than government. Government hospitals get higher ratings from rural areas and among the lower classes”

    National Objectives for Health 2005-2010

    www.doh.gov.ph

    For private tertiary hospitals, cost is comparatively high due to high capital (state of the art equipment) and annual operating cost of the hospital.

    Influenced by:equipment, professional fees, prestige


Type of market and market structure3

Type of Market and Market Structure

  • Differentiating factors in the industry:

    2. Achievements and breakthroughs

The Medical City

First successful pediatric liver transplant surgery (Patient is three-year-old who was diagnosed with end-stage liver disease complicated by portal hypertension) performed in the country by an all-Filipino team.

http://www.themedicalcity.com/


Type of market and market structure4

Type of Market and Market Structure

  • Differentiating factors in the industry:

    2. Achievements and breakthroughs

St. Luke’s PET/CT scanner is the first and only PET/CT scanner in the Philippines, and the first in Southeast Asia to fuse PET with a 64-slice CT scanner.


Type of market and market structure5

Type of Market and Market Structure

  • Differentiating factors in the industry:

    3. Marketing and Advertising


Type of market and market structure6

Type of Market and Market Structure

  • Differentiating factors in the industry:

    3. Marketing and Advertising

First choice of medical and health-related practitioners and patients for executive check-ups. This is also the hospital where the high and mighty wants to be admitted.


Barriers to entry

Barriers to Entry

  • Hospitals need to provide

    • Medical services

    • Hospital services

      • Facilities, Technology and Equipment

    • Drugs

    • Accessibility


Barriers to entry1

Barriers to Entry

  • 1. Cost

    • Either have high capital costs or extremely high annual operating costs

    • Land, Infrastructure

    • Technology

    • Marketing/advertising

    • Staff/manpower

  • 2. Competition with established hospitals

  • 3. Connections/relationships in the health industry


Increasing demand in the private health sector

Increasing Demand in the Private Health Sector

  • The industry is growing in the country because of

    • Consumerism combined with nature of Philippine Health System

      • Increasing demand for quality health care

    • New technology (information, diagnostic, therapeutic)

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Expansion of private tertiary level hospitals

Expansion of Private Tertiary Level Hospitals

  • January 16, 2010, St. Lukes Medical Center-Bonifacio Global City is now open to public


Tmc satellite clinics and acquired hospitals

TMC Satellite Clinics and Acquired Hospitals

Sattelite Clinics

  • Robinsons Place Cainta

  • Antipolo, Rizal

  • Ever Gotesco Commonwealth Quezon City

  • SM City Fairview Quezon City

  • SM City Lipa City

  • SM City Marikina

  • Ever Gotesco Pasig

  • Trinoma

  • Ali Mall Cubao

  • Victory Mall Caloocan City

  • Walter Mart North EDSA

  • Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall

  • Congressional Avenue cor. EDSA

Acquired Hospitals

Mercedes Medical Center, Pampanga

Far East Health Service, Zambales

Fleet Health Medical Clinic, Cavite

Evacare Medical Clinic, Pangasinan


Tmc also owns and operates

TMC also owns and operates…

  • Mercedes Medical Center, Pampanga

  • Far East Health Service, Zambales

  • Fleet Health Medical Clinic, Cavite

  • Evacare Medical Clinic, Pangasinan


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • Private Tertiary Level Hospitals display properties of monopolistic competition, oligopoly and monopoly, depending on the needs of the patient or the type of health service required.

  • The private health sector is growing, in response to the growing demand. This is addressed through expansion, mergers and acquisitions, promoting an oligopolistic market structure.


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