Indian Healthcare BPO Services - Issues and Challenges

Navi Mumbai, India (PressExposure) February 17, 2009 -- Global healthcare market was worth over USD4.17 trillion in 2005, a growth of 7.16% over 2004, higher than global GDP. The Indian healthcare BPO services([]) industry includes health insurance, medical transcription and health care service. Non Voice based

services contributed about 45% of total revenues, balance being from voice based services. Currently, non captive BPO companies in India derive about 16.5% of their revenue from healthcare, which is expected to go up to 20% in the coming 3 years, with regulatory, cost and competitive pressures forcing healthcare providers and payer companies to outsource a greater part of their operations.

This report covers non-voice offshore healthcare-BPO services industry, in India. It focuses on outsourcing from healthcare industries in the US, the UK, France, Germany and Australia—the major target markets for Indian healthcare BPO service providers.Non voice BPO in healthcare report explains the outsourcing processes, market trends,regulations & Policies in india along with the issues & Challenges.The report on Non voice BPO in healthcare analyses the growth drivers , critical success factors involved.The report analyses India as a destination for healthcare outsourcing. Report on non voice BPO in healthcare profiled top 20 companies including indian and MNC healthcare BPO's.The report presents future outlook of the industry.

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