Optis Eye Hospitals, Mysore

Optis Eye Hospitals, Mysore

Project Title:

Turn Key Concept to Commissioning Support for Optis Eye Hospitals, Mysore

Client / Project Background:

Optis Eye Hospitals Pvt Ltd was created with an aim to create a network of specialty day care medical centres with advanced ophthalmic surgical facilities offering services at an affordable cost. The company was funded and promoted by a set of medical professional working in the United Kingdom with the NHS. The first facility, Optis Eye Hospital, Mysore is a 10 bedded specialty day care medical centre with advanced ophthalmic surgical facilities. With hands in hands with new technology, the hospital is in process and will go with complete Electronic Medical Record system and high end IT infrastructure for hospital processes and data.

Isos Services

Optis Healthcare Pvt. Ltd (Parent of Optis Eye Hospitals); had assigned Isos Consultancy for developing and Commissioning of a Chain of Eye Hospitals in South India. The Scope of Work includes:

  • Establishment of Special Purpose – Optis Eye Hospital Pvt Ltd
  • Development of business plans
  • Identification and leasing of potential locations and building
  • Infrastructure Modification
  • Equipment Planning and Purchase Assistance
  • Manpower Planning, Recruitment, Selection and Induction
  • Systems and Process Development, Documentation, Protocols
  • Commissioning and handholding for six months till operational take over by Optis team

Key Challenges / Innovations

  • Planning and Retrofitting of the unit with in an existing hospital building to reflect the needs of the eye hospital
  • Creation of SPV to formal inauguration of the centre within 6 months
  • Development of a business model based of quality eye care on affordable prices targeting a mix of out of pocket payment by low and middle income groups and scheme patients through camps and tie ups with blindness control program with in a small 8000 sq. ft set up reducing the facility cost and efficiency based cost model
  • Development of a hub-and-spoke model with a small equipped eye hospital and a set of vision centres in the neighbouring districts