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  • Neeraj.AryaText BoxHEALTH TOURISM: DESTINATION INDIA

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    Neeraj.AryaText Box1. HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

    Neeraj.AryaText Box2. HISTORY OF INDIA'S HEALTH TOURISM INDUSTRY

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    Neeraj.AryaText Box3. MARKET DYNAMICS

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    Neeraj.AryaText Box4. FACTORS DRIVING HEALTH TOURISM IN INDIA

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxCONTENTS

    Neeraj.AryaText Box5. INDIAN HOSPITALS OFFERING INTERNATIONAL PATIENT SERVICES

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    Neeraj.AryaText Box6. SELECT HOSPITALS OFFERING INTERNATIONAL PATIENT SERVICES

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    Neeraj.AryaText Box7. KEY OPERATORS IN HEALTH TOURISM INDUSTRY

    Neeraj.AryaText Box8. PROFILES OF SELECT HOSPITALS OFFERING HEALTH TOURISM SERVICES

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    Neeraj.AryaText Box9. MAJOR TOURIST DESTINATIONS NEAR PROMINENT HEALTH TOURISM CENTRES

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    Neeraj.AryaText Box10. GLOBAL HEALTH TOURISM MARKET

    Neeraj.AryaText Box3.1 Compelling reasons for healthcare delivery sector

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    Neeraj.AryaText Box11. INDIA'S PRICING ADVANTAGE

    Neeraj.AryaText Box12. INDIA'S COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT IN HEALTH TOURISM

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    Neeraj.AryaText Box13. GOVERNMENT SUPPORT TO INDIAN HEALTH TOURISM INDUSTRY

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    Neeraj.AryaText Box1. Healthcare Industry Overview

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxIndia's health expenditure was about 5.2 per cent of GDP in 2008-09. It is estimated to reach 8 per cent by 2013.

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxTraditionally, the healthcare market has been highly dependent on government delivery mechanism and referrals from localised private practitioners.

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxSince the 1990s, the Indian healthcare services industry has undergone a structural change and is increasingly a mix of public and private sectors.

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxNon-government organisations and civil society have also started playing a greater role.

    Neeraj.AryaText BoxThere is a perceptible shift towards corporatisation of healthcare delivery.

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxPrivately owned corporate hospitals are increasing their presence across the country.

    Neeraj.AryaText BoxHealthcare Market Segments (2008-09)

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxSource: IMaCS Research

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxThe organised private sector is gaining significant position in medical education and training, medical technology and diagnostics, pharmaceuticals manufacturing and sale, hospital construction and ancillary services.

    Neeraj.AryaText BoxHealthcare services, 59.5%

    Neeraj.AryaText BoxPharmaceuticals, 32.3%

    Neeraj.AryaText BoxMedical equipment and supplies, 8.2%

    Neeraj.AryaText BoxHealthcare delivery, 42.8%

    Neeraj.AryaText BoxDiagnostics, 3.6%

    Neeraj.AryaText BoxPharmacy retail, 13.1%

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxToday, over 75 per cent of the human resources and advanced medical technology, 68 per cent of hospitals and 37 per cent of hospital beds in the country are owned by the private sector.

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxPrivate hospitals, private practitioners and local polyclinics have an 80 per cent share in India's total health expenditure.

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxWith the emergence of private sector and introduction of technology in medicine, there is greater access to medical care for the Indian public and a growing international patient-base.

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxFrom March 2008 to March 2010, the hospitals and diagnostic services sector together received foreign direct investment of over US$ 100 million each.

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxIndia's health expenditure was about 5.2 per cent of GDP in 2008-09; It is expected to reach 8 per cent by 2013.

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxIndia's out-of-pocket expenditure as percentage of private expenditure on health is considerably higher , at over 90 per cent.

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxSources: IMaCS Research, WHO-World Health Statistics-2010

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxCountry-wise Healthcare Spending Pattern

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxThe World Health Statistics, 2010, indicates that countries with greater dependence on health insurance and government support have higher per capita healthcare expenditures and lower private expenditures.

    Neeraj.AryaText Box2. History of India's Health Tourism Industry

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxIndia has historically been a regional healthcare hub for neighbouring countries such as Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and the Middle-East.

    Neeraj.AryaText BoxEvidence of ancient hospitals offering healthcare facilities funded by local kings and monarchs can be found in foreign travellers accounts as well as medieval scripts.

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxMost ancient and medieval healthcare centres provided treatment to local and foreign patients almost free of cost.

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    Neeraj.AryaText BoxTraditional treatment methods developed from Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Sid

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