Noida, India (PressExposure) July 19, 2011 -- The Indian healthcare market is one of the most potential markets in the world. The market has been effectively witnessing a significant level of growth during the past few years, as the government is trying hard to ensure better healthcare for people. Backed by factors, such as government support, rising availability of generics, and active private sectors' participation, the healthcare industry reached to the mark of US$ 69 Billion in 2010. The market is further likely to contribute a good share of profit in the overall economy, says our new report "Indian Healthcare - New Avenues for Growth".
The report has found that domestic pharmaceutical market in India was mainly dominated by acute therapies in 2010, which occupied around 38.4% of the total market. Owing to the prevalence of infectious diseases and India's questionable sanitary and hygiene conditions, drugs against acute diseases are believed to continue their dominance in the future as well. The share of drugs against chronic diseases will also increase in future due to the prevalence of several chronic diseases, such as diabetes and hypertension.
The report, "Indian Healthcare - New Avenues for Growth", takes into account all the key factors that impact the revenue patterns of Indian healthcare industry. It also investigates the recent industry trends and analyzes their significance with regard to market growth. The report also provides a comprehensive research on the healthcare segments, such as healthcare services, medical equipments, pharmaceutical, medical tourism, among others.
The report is an outcome of an extensive research and in-depth analysis of the Indian healthcare market. It contains comprehensive statistical and analytical outline on the Indian healthcare market and provides past, present, and future data on its structure, composition, and working. Overall, the report is likely to help clients in broadening their knowledge of the overall healthcare industry in India.
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