BINOD: The hospitals that are operating inside can be a good source of income for you if you want to earn money. The income of private hospitals in Kathmandu Valley took over the income of such hospitals outside the Valley in 2013 by nearly three folds, shows a report recently published by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS).
According to the report a private hospital in the Valley earned Rs 71.91 million on an average in 2013, whereas the income of a private hospital outside the Valley accounted to be Rs 27.05 million only in same year.
The cumulative income of all 67 hospitals located within the Valley stood for Rs 4.82 billion last year. This amount was 42.29 per cent of the total income of 301 private hospitals in the country, which was Rs 11.39 billion.
Upon calculating the income of hospitals on the basis of development regions, the Western Development Region topped the charts with each of the 59 private hospitals earning Rs 52.6 million on an average, followed by each of the 143 private hospitals in the Central Development Region earning Rs 43.6 million, and each of the 21 private medical facilities in the Mid-Western gaining Rs 36.23 million
The Far-Western Region, with only 10 hospitals, earned Rs 19.77 million, whereas the Eastern Development Region with 68 private institutions earned Rs 16 million.
Upon analyzing the data on the basis of operational cost private hospitals in the western region is termed to be hospitals with highest operational cost of Rs 21.64 million, while the cost for such medical facilities in the eastern region was Rs 5.31 million.
However, private hospitals in the central development region had the highest earning when operation cost was deducted.
The net earning of the private institutions in the central region was Rs 33.12 million, followed by western development region at Rs 30.96 million and mid-western at Rs 27.77 million. The far-western and eastern regions were again at the bottom clocking a gain of Rs 11.77 million and Rs 10.73 million, respectively.
Interestingly, the CBS report also reveals that the revenue of privately owned hospitals stood at over five and six times when compared with community-run or other type of private hospitals, respectively.
The income of private-run hospitals accounted for Rs 8.43 billion, against the earning of community-run hospitals at Rs 1.5 billion and others at Rs 1.3 billion.
The nationwide study, among others, aimed to assess the value addition in the economy made by this sector.
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