Individually and collectively, the Intermedika team has worked with some of the world’s biggest names in healthcare, hospitality, medical tourism and fund management.
Clients choose us because we are subject matter experts in healthcare with first-hand experience operating hospitals, clinics, hotels, sports and health resorts throughout Asia, Middle East, and the Americas. We understand the business of healthcare and deliver better value than large multi-specialty consulting firms, and greater depth and breadth than small one-man practices.
Our goal is to help clients identify the whitespace in the market and develop strategies and solutions that drive revenue growth, create value and impact margins.
Intermedika has worked on more than 90 different healthcare related projects in over 20 countries worldwide for some leading names in healthcare and investing. Select a region below to see some of the clients we’ve helped.
Praram 9 Hospital
Praram 9 Hospital (Rama 9 Hospital) is a private multispecialty hospital in Bangkok, Thailand. Intermedika Consulting was engaged by the hospital’s owners to help leadership develop a master plan for facility expansion, identify new clinical programs and business lines to drive growth, and create a marketing strategy to attract higher acuity patients.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America
Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA) is one of the largest for-profit cancer treatment organizations in the USA with five dedicated cancer hospitals nationwide. CTCA engaged Intermedika Consulting to develop their market entry strategy for Asia, which involved sizing the demand for private cancer care in key sources markets, developing a branding strategy for its international business, and identifying potential partners and acquisition targets in the region.
BLK Super-Specialty Hospital
New Delhi, India
BLK Super-Specialty Hospital is a prestigious well-established 650-bed hospital in New Delhi that successfully navigated from its roots as a woman and children’s facility into a major player in the highly competitive Indian tertiary space. A new international investor engaged Intermedika to identify growth opportunities, stimulate value creation and align marketing and branding. The Intermedika team performed a deep dive into BLK and crafted specific strategies to overcome business choke points, balance specialty mix to push up EBITDA yield and realign marketing for both domestic and medical tourism targets.
Hermina Hospital Group
Hermina Hospital Group is a 25-facility chain of maternal / child and general hospitals in Indonesia with a new investor who desired a fresh review of the business as part of an effort to stimulate value creation. Intermedika completed an executive level assessment of governance, management, IT, physical assets, physician engagement, product mix, branding / marketing and the strategy for leveraging the impact of new national insurance initiatives to create an action-oriented strategic road map for Hermina.
Dubai Healthcare Authority
The Dubai Healthcare Authority (DHA) oversees all aspects of the healthcare system for Dubai, UAE. Intermedika Consulting was appointed to develop DHA’s medical tourism strategy, including key programs, products and patient protection plans, and to work with external and internal stakeholders to help achieve the emirate’s goal of attracting 500,000 medical tourists by 2020.
Fidelity Investments / Eight Roads China is the principal investor in a greenfield purpose-built 220-bed tertiary hospital in Shanghai focusing on advanced cardiovascular care and enjoying an active partnership with Columbia University Medical School / New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York. Intermedika was engaged by Fidelity to provide Asian private healthcare guidance and expertise in design, planning, commissioning, governance, quality / accreditation, marketing and operations. Intermedika was actively involved over a six-year period including membership on the hospital’s governing board and the successful recruitment of hospital leadership.
Washington D.C., USA
Inova is a leading non-profit healthcare system based in Fairfax, Virginia that treats over 2 million patients per year in almost 2,000 beds. Intermedika was engaged by Inova to assist leadership assess the feasibility of developing an “Asian Model” multi-specialty outpatient clinic and a full service check-up center in the newly acquired former headquarters of Mobil Oil outside Washington D.C. The scope of services included a market and product assessment, financial feasibility, space design and implementation roadmap.
Jakarta Eye Center
The Jakarta Eye Center (JEC) is Indonesia’s leading private eye care provider building a chain of eleven hospitals over its 33-year history. Intermedika Consulting was contracted by its investors to help the organization evaluate its business and marketing strategy and recommend strategies to drive business line expansion, volume growth and profitability.