Noida, India (PressExposure) December 24, 2009 -- India has emerged as one of the fastest growing healthcare destinations in the world, equipped with modern diagnostic facilities, huge talent pool of physicians & specialists and world-class infrastructure. It has tremendous potential and vast expansion opportunities for the medical tourism sector which has still not been explored but has been acknowledged by the Indian government. Our team of industry experts has identified and analyzed several policies which, if undertaken by the government, will lead to a surge in number of medical tourists. The inflow of medical tourists is projected to grow at a CAGR of around 20% between 2009 and 2012.
According to our research report âBooming Medical Tourism in Indiaâ, in addition to providing modern allopathic medicines, India has taken a leading place among hot destinations for wellness tourism (alternative medication and spas) by providing indigenous medicine facilities/services to tourists flocking here to dispose their health problems. Our research has found that the government should concentrate and chart new policies to promote wellness tourism in South, particularly Kerala, where a large number of foreign tourists visit to take benefits from Indiaâs inheritance of primitive medication.
Our extensive research report also studies the positive impact of medical tourism industry growth on different local industries like hotel industry, hospital services industry and medical equipment industry.
âBooming Medical Tourism in Indiaâ contains thorough research and rational analysis of the Indian medical tourism market and its different segments to give a comprehensive overview of its structure. It evaluates past, present and future scenario of the Indian medical tourism market and discusses key factors making India a favorable medical tourism destination. The report includes statistics and trends regarding market size, medical tourist arrivals, revenue generation, expenditure by tourists, etc. It gives information about infrastructure development, accreditations, market drivers & restraints and government initiatives.
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