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SHOULDICE HOSPITAL

LIMITED

FROM A HR PERSPECTIVE

BY ABHISHEK MALL 30 APRIL 2018

SHOULDICE HOSPITAL LIMITED FROM A HR PERSPECTIVE BY – ABHISHEK MALL 30 – APRIL 2018

SHOULDICE USPs

(OD & Process Optimization & Best HR Practices)

Parents Accompanying Children For An Operation Stay Free. We Learned That We Save More In Nursing Costs Than We Spend For Th e Parent’s Room And Board .” ( Lean Human Resources. Kaizen On Learning From Experiences )

Nurses To Patients Was At Shouldice The Ratio Was 1:15 As Compared To 1:4 At Other Hospitals (Process Optimization)

Providing A Guilt Free Vacation (Intangibles Value Proposition)

Nurses Were Spending Large Proportion Of Their Time In Counseling Activities.To encourage the patients to be up socializing, comparing notes, encouraging each other, and walking around, getting exercise (Job Enrichment)

1% of patients are medical doctors, a significantly high percentage (Trust factor)

Nobody is fired;Administrative and support staff are non-union; Pay scale higher than the union scale (Compa Ratio)

Each secretary is trained to do another’s work and in an emergency is able to switch to another function immediately (Job Rotation)

If surgeon stays for five years, he doesn’t leave. Even among younger doctors, few elect to leave. (High retention and experience in system)

years, he doesn’t leave. Even among younger doctors, few elect to leave . (High retention and

JOB ANALYSIS FOR A SURGEON

Operations done daily by Surgeon

Normal Operations done in a year

Recurrence operations done in a year

Salary of a Surgeon

Working hours

3 (normal) + 1 (recurrence)

3 * 5 * 52 = 780

1 * 5 * 52 = 260

144,000 + 40,000 = 184,000 Can $

=

7:30 AM 4:00 PM (5 days a week)

(8.5 hours)

Charges for Operation

Charges for Stay

Travel Charges (Average)

Total Revenue

Total Cost for Patient including travel

Can $650

$320 * 4 = Can $1,280

Can $400

=

650 + 1280 = 1930 Can $

$ 2330

 

($5240 for operations performed elsewhere)

Since recurrence operations takes twice as normal we can take 260 operations as 520 operations Total operations done by a surgeon in a year = 780 + 520 = 1,300 Compensation = $ 184,000 Per operation compensation = $ 142 per operation Per operation revenue = $ 1930

780 + 520 = 1,300 Compensation = $ 184,000 Per operation compensation = $ 142 per

OPERATIONS AND OPERATION COST AND PROFIT

Per Ops Rev (All fig in Can $)

Number of Operations in a day

Total Revenue

Total revenue for a week (All fig in Can $)

Total revenue for a year (All fig in Can $)

Operating Cost (All fig in Can $)

Total profit (All fig in Can $)

(Day)

1930

30

57,900

289,500

15,054,000

12,000,000

3,054,000

Overall Shouldice Hospital is profitable by 3 million Canadian dollars The hospitals have 5 operating rooms and 10 FT surgeons There can be 6 operations 7:30 8:15

8:30 9:15

Coffee break 9:45 10:30 10:45 - 12:15 Lunch break 1:30 2:15 2:30 3:15 Total operations in a day = 5*6 = 30 Therefore operations are being done in full capacity

1:30 – 2:15 2:30 – 3:15 Total operations in a day = 5*6 = 30 Therefore

CHALLENGES

They may copy our technique and misapply it or misinform their patients about the use of it

Saturday operations and increase our capacity by 20%?

With an investment of perhaps $4 million in new space, we could expand our number of beds by 50%,

and schedule the operating rooms more heavily

On the other hand, given government regulation, do we want to invest more in Toronto? Or should we establish another hospital with similar design, perhaps in the United States?

Diversify into other specialties offering similar opportunities such as eye surgery, varicose veins, or diagnostic services

Dr. Degani - He’s resisted changing certain successful procedures

How should we be marketing our service

• Dr. Degani - He’s resisted changing certain successful procedures • How should we be marketing

Copy Our Technique And Misapply It

Shouldice should patent their method of operating hernias (if not done already)

Surgeons should be invited for visitors and learning but should be kept in board rooms and not in operation theatres.The special procedure of Shouldice is not just the operation procedure but it should be well

protected.

operation theatres.The special procedure of Shouldice is not just the operation procedure but it should be

SATURDAY OPERATIONS AND INCREASE OUR CAPACITY BY 20%?

Week Day

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thus

Fri

Sat

Sun

Beds required

30

30

30

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Beds required

 

30

30

30

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Beds required

   

30

30

30

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Beds required

     

30

30

30

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Beds required

Check Out

     

30

30

30

Beds required

       

No admissions

No admissions

No admissions

Total Beds required

30

60

90

90

90

60

30

Monday mornings Surgeons are not being utilized

Current operations are around 150 per week . Adding Saturday would increase it to 180 = 20% increase

Alternatively they can start operating on Mondays since the surgeons are not fully occupied on Mondays and are utilized only post 1:30 PM

Also as seen earlier there can be 6 operations in a day. This can be increased by 33% = By having 2 more operations in a day

We have seen that by having 8 operations in a day and working on Monday morning total increase in the number of operations = 8 * 6 = 48

Earlier operations = 30

Increase = 60% in capacity without no capital investment

of operations = 8 * 6 = 48 • Earlier operations = 30 • Increase =

With an investment of $4 million in new space, expand number of beds by 50%, and schedule the operating rooms more heavily

Per Ops Rev (All fig in Can $)

Number of Operations in a day

Total Revenue

Total revenue for a week (All fig in Can $)

Total revenue for a year (All fig in Can $)

Operating Cost (All fig in Can $)

Total profit (All fig in Can $)

(Day)

1930

30

57,900

289,500

15,054,000

12,000,000

3,054,000

As seen already we have profit of around 3 million therefore 4 million is not a heavy investment for Shouldice

Secondly if profit is in proportion to capacity increase, we have seen that we can get 60% increase in capacity

Therefore the next year the profit would be of 4.8 million

we have seen that we can get 60% increase in capacity • Therefore the next year

REMAINING CHALLENGES

On the other hand, given government regulation, do we want to invest more in Toronto? Or should we establish another hospital with similar design, perhaps in the United States?

Do A/B testing with setting up small operations in US and see if it is profitable and more convenient.

Diversify into other specialties offering similar opportunities such as eye surgery, varicose veins, or diagnostic services

As we have seen that beds are not fully utilized on Mon, Tue- We can take up opportunities that require a days time for diagnosis

Dr. Degani - He’s resisted changing certain successful procedures

As per succession planning. Assessment center should be run and best candidate should be picked up by the executive committee. Prior to that it should be properly though through if new changes are required in the already successfully running system

How should we be marketing our service

Currently there is a backlog of 2400 patients, as already informed marketing would lead to more backlogs. Marketing should be targeted and should be done through more precise methods as it related to hernia only. For example No need to TV or newspaper advertisement. Company can market it to other doctors who can

recommend Shouldice to them. Ask patients for referrals.

advertisement. Company can market it to other doctors who can recommend Shouldice to them. Ask patients

OTHER POINTERS

Operating day is only 1. We can have recreational activities in other complex nearby.

Beds can be increased to all 3 floors = 90 beds and operations can be done on all floors

Number of operations would also increase to 90 operations in a day up from 30

The back log of 2400 can be completed in 40 working days (60 operations extra). Which is around 8 weeks.

This should not lead to recruit more surgeons since we have 10 Full time surgeons who can do around 6 operations in a day.

This should not lead to recruit more surgeons since we have 10 Full time surgeons who

Thank You

• Thank You