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Report on Opportunity Mapping for Healthcare IT in India At Dell International


  • Hitesh Mehta
  • Agency : TTK , Pre authorization forms, cashless treatment, Private hospitals, charitable hospitals,
  • Objective : Indian healthcare industry is going through a transformational phase. With the rise of Indian middle class and access to better healthcare services, especially in the urban regions, Indian healthcare market is poised to grow very rapidly in the coming times. Rising income levels, increasing proportion of middle aged population, shift in disease profile towards lifestyle related ailments and growing reach of health insurance are driving strong demand for Indian healthcare delivery services. Healthcare has emerged as a large and fast growing service sector in India - both in terms of revenue and employment though it lags behind when compared to global averages. The Government of India plans to spend around INR 300 billion on healthcare services in FY2012 increasing its healthcare spending to around 3 per cent of GDP from its current levels of 1 per cent. It is subsequently expected to grow at compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12-15 per cent in the next 10 years to become an INR 7,380 billion industry by FY2020. Hospital services in India are primarily supported by private players constituting around 80 per cent of the hospitals. Distribution by size reveals that the landscape is dominated by micro hospitals with less than 30 beds contributing close to 80 per cent by number. Usually these micro hospitals do not have specialty services and are only capable of providing basic hospital services. The multi-specialty, medium and large hospitals are primarily found in the urban areas. Nearly 70 per cent of the Indian healthcare enterprises are located in rural parts of the country which are dominated by micro hospitals and dispensaries and are primarily state-owned facilities.
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Indian healthcare industry is going through a transformational phase. With the rise of Indian middle class and access to better healthcare services, especially in the urban regions