Mumbai, India (PressExposure) February 19, 2009 -- Today Hospital industry is an important component of the value chain in Indian Healthcare industry rendering services and recognized as healthcare delivery segment of the healthcare industry, which is growing at an annual rate of 14%.
Key Findings & Highlights
The leaders in the Indian healthcare sector( http://www.bharatbook.com/Market-Research-Reports/Indian-Hospital-Industry.html) will be in a position to provide world-class services at affordable prices.
Healthcare will be accessible to areas that hardly have any medical facilities now as Govt plans to invest to develop health centres in partnership with Pvt healthcare companies
Indiaâs cost advantage and explosive growth of private hospitals, equipped with latest technology and skilled healthcare professionals has made it a preferred destination for medical tourism.
The government has formulated favourable policies to promote health tourism
Many corporate hospitals are adopting world-class service standards to obtain international accreditations such as JCI accreditation.
Reasons to buy
Spot business opportunities in healthcare industry
Reveals the relaxed regulations for corporate hospitals
Know the industry trends and peer company strategies
Table of Contents :-
Executive summary Highlights
1 Global Health care & Hospital Industry 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Global overview of hospital industry in the US, Europe, Australia and Japan. 1.3 Major Hospitals 1.4 Outlook
2 Indian health care and hospital industry 2.1 Overview of Indian health care industry 2.2 Industry structure and segmentation 2.2.1 Classifications of Hospitals 184.108.40.206 Classification Based on Objectives 220.127.116.11 Classification based on Ownership 18.104.22.168 Classification Based on System of Medicines 2.3 Market overview 2.3.1 Introduction 2.3.2 Value chain 2.3.3 Market size 2.3.4 Key trends 2.3.5 Major players 2.3.6 Outlook 2.4 Health care services segment 2.4.1 Public sector 22.214.171.124 Hospitals 126.96.36.199 Health programmes and schemes 2.4.2 Private sector 188.8.131.52 Corporate hospitals 184.108.40.206 Nursing homes 220.127.116.11 Private clinics 18.104.22.168 Diagnostic centres
3 Application of Information technology 3.1 Billing & accounts Management 3.2 Records management 3.3 ERP solutions 3.4 Telemedicine and medical informatics
4 Growth Drivers 4.1 Medical Tourism 4.2 Medical Informatics & Telemedicine 4.3 Outsourcing 4.3.1 Healthcare Services Outsourcing 4.3.2 Diagnostic Services 4.3.3 Healthcare Business anagement Services 4.4 Enhancements in Planned Layouts & Public Expenditure 4.5 Increasing Awareness 4.6 Medical Insurance 4.7 Aging population 4.8 Growing urbanization 4.9 Low cost treatment
5 Issues & Challenges 5.1 lack of coordination b/w Private Practitioners and Government doctors 5.2 Ethical Issues 5.3 Political Intervention 5.4 Selection of Right Location at Right Price (for setting up new hospital) 5.5 low penetration of health insurance 5.6 poor public health care services 5.7 Medical education
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