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GROWTH OF HEALTHCARE SECTOR IN INDIA

Prepared by:
Parnika Gupta 136

Current Healthcare Landscape

INDIA SPENDS US $ 22.7 BILLION ON HEALTHCARE

5.2% of GDP

22.7 3.7 19

Total Healthcare Market

Pharma market

Healthcare delivery market

INDIA: AN EMERGING HEALTHCARE HUB

INDIAN HEALTHCARE CAPABILITY


FACT#1: Proven Indian healthcare system

Over 60,000 cardiac surgeries done


per year with out comes at par with international standards

Multi organ transplants like Renal,


Liver, Heart, Bone Marrow Transplants, are successfully performed at one tenth the cost.

Patients from over 55 countries


treated at Indian Hospitals.

INDIA HAS THE OPPOURTUNITY TO PROVIDE THE BEST OF THE WEST & EASTERN HEALTCARE SYSTEMS
Indian Systems Of Medicine Staging a Comeback

Ayurveda recognized as an

official healthcare system in Hungary. increasingly prescribing Indian Systems of Medicine population prefer a natural approach to health

Indias Gift to the World


Ayurveda Yoga

Doctors in the west are

More than 70% of the American

Siddha

Americans are said to spend around $25bn on nontraditional medical therapies and products

HEALTHCARE.THE SUNRISE INDUSTRY

Physicians, Nurses, Medical Technicians and Other Scientific Occupations will Become Growth Industries to Rival the IT Sector within the Next Decade
- India Vision 2020 Report

Cost Advantage
PROCEDURE
US US Heart Surgery Bone Marrow Transplant 40,000 2,50,000 THAILAND THAILAND 7,500 -------

COST (US$)
INDIA UK

6,000 26,000

23,000 1,50,000

Liver Transplant
Knee Replacement Cosmetic Surgery

3,00,000
20,000 20,000

------8,000 3,500

69,000
6,000 2,000

2,00,000
12,000 10,000

INDIA OFFERS HUGE POTENTIAL FOR INVESTMENTS IN HEALTHCARE OVER THE NEXT 10 YEARS
Investment requirements in India (Estimates) US $ in Billion Next 10 years

Healthcare

22-31 Investment needs of the healthcare sector are comparable to other infrastructure sectors

Power**

95-126

Telecom**

40-51

Roads**

24-33

Key Players in the Healthcare Segment:


Apollo Hospitals The Escorts Group Fortis Healthcare Max Healthcare Wockhardt

The India Advantage

Excellent network of research laboratories

Well-developed base industries

Rich biodiversity

Extensive clinical trials opportunities

Trained manpower and knowledge base

Govt. Initiatives
FDI Policy:100% FDI is permitted for hospitals and all health-related services under the automatic route It defines and enforces minimum quality standards for healthcare facilities A new category of visa "Medical Visa" ('M'-Visa) has been introduced which can be given for a specific purpose to foreign tourists coming into India In order to allay suspicions regarding the quality of care in a developing country, Indian corporate hospitals are getting certified by international accreditation schemes Reduction in import duty on medical equipment from 25 per cent to 5 per cent. To further make India a competitive player in the medical equipment manufacturing space, the government encourages setting up of Special Economic Zones (SEZs)

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