Indian Healthcare - New Avenues for Growth

Date: February 2, 2012
Pages: 90
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Indian Healthcare - New Avenues for Growth
In India, delivering an affordable healthcare to billion-plus population presents enormous challenges and opportunities for the medical community. The past decade has seen the country’s healthcare sector, one of the largest in terms of revenue and employment, transforming from a static, ordinary industry to a progressively vibrant and important market. As per our latest findings, India is one of the world’s most lucrative healthcare markets, and is expanding rapidly.

According to “Indian Healthcare - New Avenues for Growth” several key trends are backing the growth of India’s healthcare sector. Of these, medical city is relatively a new concept that offers immense growth opportunities. Likewise, there is a huge potential for day care surgeries. Almost 60% of all surgeries can be done in a day care mode as the current infrastructure supports.

Covering total healthcare spending and the leading causes of death, our report highlights the facts that India has the maximum number of diabetic patients in the world after China, and communicable diseases like malaria and tuberculosis are the prime cause of mortality in the country. The study, provides an in-depth analysis of various segments of the sector, observed that hospital services is one of the fastest growing segments, and holds the maximum share of the industry.

Interestingly, traditional medicine system is an important segment of India’s healthcare industry. Through our research that includes statistical information about popular indigenous healthcare traditions such as Ayurveda and Unani, we found how the segment has been gaining prominence.

According to our report, India is the most competitive destination with advantages of lower cost and sophisticated treatments. Due to such promising factors, the medical tourism has great potential in the country. Also, our analysis revealed that favorable demographic virtues offer an attractive market for healthcare providers and investors in India. In the recent past, there has been an increase in foreign investment inflows and private equity deals in the industry’s various segments. The study also includes the business profile of key players in major segments and their recent activities to provide a prudent analysis of the industry’s competitive landscape.



3.1 PPP Model: Upholding the Expansion of World Class Medical Infrastructure
3.2 Healthcare City: New Concept to Attract Global Talent
3.3 Shifting Focus on Super-Specialty Hospitals
3.4 Daycare Surgeries: Gaining Traction of Private Players


4.1 Healthcare Spending
4.2 Leading Causes of Death
  4.2.1 Cardiovascular
  4.2.2 Diabetes
  4.2.3 Oncology
  4.2.4 HIV
4.3 Market Indicators
  4.3.1 Demographics
  4.3.2 Healthcare Professionals
4.4 Healthcare Investment


5.1 Infrastructure


6.1 Market Overview


7.1 Market Overview
7.2 Market Segments
  7.2.1 Branded and Generics
  7.2.2 By Therapeutics


8.1 Market Overview
8.2 Market Segments


9.1 Market Overview
9.2 By Sector
  9.2.1 Wellness Centers
  9.2.2 Spas


10.1 Healthcare IT
10.2 Telemedicine and m-Health


11.1 Hospital Services
  11.1.1 Apollo
  11.1.2 Fortis Healthcare
11.2 Diagnostic Market
  11.2.1 Super Religare Laboratories
  11.2.2 Dr. Lal PathLabs
11.3 Pharmaceutical Market
  11.3.1 Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited
  11.3.2 Cipla Limited
11.4 Medical Equipment Market
  11.4.1 Siemens
  11.4.2 Wipro GE Healthcare


Figure 3-1: Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Options in Healthcare Services Sector
Figure 4-1: Healthcare Spending (Billion US$), 2010-2014
Figure 4-2: Healthcare Spending by Entity (%)
Figure 4-3: Leading Causes of Death (%), 2005
Figure 4-4: Forecast for Leading Causes of Death (%), 2030
Figure 4-5: Number of Cardiovascular Patients (Million), 2005 & 2015
Figure 4-6: Number of Diabetic Patients (Million), 2010 & 2030
Figure 4-7: New and Total Number of Cancer Patients (Million)
Figure 4-8: Life Expectancy (Years), 2010-2014
Figure 4-9: Population Breakup by Gender (%), 2010-2014
Figure 4-10: Population Breakup by Age Group (%), 2010-2014
Figure 4-11: Number of Doctors (‘000), 2011-2014
Figure 4-12: Number of Nurses and Midwives (Million), 2011-2014
Figure 4-13: Average Number of Physicians and Nurses (per ‘000 Population), 2008, 2013, 2018, 2023 &2028
Figure 5-1: Hospital Services Market (Billion US$), 2010-2014
Figure 5-2: Share of Public and Private Sector in Hospital Services Market (2011)
Figure 5-3: Breakup of Hospitals by Specialty (%)
Figure 5-4: Beds Occupancy Rate (%)
Figure 6-1: Diagnostic Market (Billion INR), 2010-2014
Figure 6-2: IVD Market by Segment (%), 2011
Figure 7-1: Domestic Pharmaceutical Market (Billion INR), 2010-2014
Figure 7-2: Forecast for Domestic Formulations Market by Drug Category (%), 2015
Figure 7-3: Domestic Pharmaceutical Market by Therapeutic Category (%), FY 2011
Figure 8-1: Medical Equipment Market (Million US$), FY 2010 to FY 2014
Figure 8-2: Medical Equipment Market by Supplier (%), FY 2009
Figure 8-3: Medical Equipment Market by Segment (%), FY 2010
Figure 9-1: Medical Tourism Market (Million US$), 2011-2014
Figure 9-2: Medical Tourists Arrivals (‘000), 2011-2014
Figure 9-3: Main Reasons for Visiting Spas (%)


Table 3-1: Key PPP Models by State
Table 4-1: Healthcare Spending as percentage of GDP and Per Capita PPP (US$) with respect to Other Countries
Table 4-2: Statistical Snapshot of HIV/AIDS (2009)
Table 4-3: Healthcare Workforce (2000-2009)
Table 4-4: Population/Doctor with respect to Other Countries
Table 4-5: Cumulative FDI Inflows in Key Healthcare Sectors (Million US$), April 2000 to October 2011
Table 4-6: Number of PE Deals in Healthcare Sector (2005-2010)
Table 5-1: Beds in Key States (per ‘000 Population)
Table 5-2: Healthcare Service Infrastructure
Table 9-1: Cost of Various Surgical Procedures in Comparison to Developed Countries (US$)
Table 9-2: JCI Accredited Hospitals
Table 9-3: Traditional Healthcare Infrastructure
Table 10-1: e-Health in Healthcare Systems
Table 10-2: Key Challenges in Healthcare IT Adoption
Table 10-3: Key m-Health Sectors
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