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    • TABLE OF CONTENTS1. Medical Tourism in Asia 1.1. Overview Types of Medical Travelers Profile 1.2. Medical Tourism Value Chain in Asia 1.3. Number of Foreign Patients Treated and Foreign Patients Revenue in Asia by Countries, 2010 1.4. JCI Accredited Hospitals and Centres in Asian Countries, 2010 1.5. Medical Tourism Treatment Cost Comparison, 2010 1.6. Comparison of Major Medical Tourism Destinations (Thailand, India, Singapore, Malaysia and South Korea), 2010 1.7. Major Market Drivers and Growth Barriers Market Drivers Major Growth Barriers and Challenges 1.8. Recent Trends and Developments 1.9. Asia Medical Tourism Future Outlook and Projections, 2015 1.9.1. Cause and Effect Relationship between Industry Factors and Medical Tourism Prospects2. Medical Tourism in Thailand 2.1. Overview Types of Medical Travelers Profile 2.2. Total Foreign Patients Treated and Foreign Patients Revenue in Thailand, 2005- 2010 2.3. Foreign Patients by Nationality, 2010 2.4. Competitive Landscape of Major Hospitals (Piyavate, Bumrungrad Hospital, Bangkok Dusit Medical Services), 2010 2.4.1. Market Share of Major Thailand Hospitals by Number of Foreign Patients Treated, 2010 2
    • 2.5. Major Drivers and Growth Barriers Major Drivers Growth Barriers 2.6. Thailand Medical Tourism Future Outlook and Projections 2.6.1. Expected Foreign Patients and Foreign Patients Revenue, 2011-2015 2.7. Medical Tourism Industry Factors: Historical and Projections 2.7.1. Total Foreign Tourist Arrivals and Tourism Receipts in Thailand, 2005-2015 2.7.2. Healthcare Expenditure in Thailand, 2005-20153. Medical Tourism in India 3.1. Overview 3.2. Total Foreign Patients Treated and Foreign Patients Revenue in India, 2005-2010 3.3. Number of Medical Tourists Arrivals and Medical Tourist Receipts in India, 2005- 2010 3.4. Medical Tourists Arrivals by Nationality, 2009 3.5. Market Share of Major Indian Hospitals by Number of Foreign Patients Treated, 2010 3.6. Company Profiles 3.6.1. Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited (AHEL) Company Overview Corporate Timeline Business Strategies Financial and Operational Performance 3.6.2. Fortis Healthcare Company Overview Corporate Timeline Business Strategies Financial and Operational Performance Max Healthcare (MHC) 3
    • Company Overview Business Strategies Financial and Operational Performance 3.7. Major Drivers and Growth Barriers Major Drivers Growth Barriers 3.8. India Medical Tourism Future Outlook and Projections 3.8.1. Expected Foreign Patients and Foreign Patients Revenue, 2011-2015 3.8.2. Expected Medical Tourist Arrivals and Medical Tourist Receipts, 2011-2015 3.9. Medical Tourism Industry Factors: Historical and Projections 3.9.1. Total Foreign Tourist Arrivals and Tourism Receipts in India, 2005-2015 3.9.2. Healthcare Expenditure in India, 2005-20154. Medical Tourism in Singapore 4.1. Overview 4.2. Total Foreign Patients Treated and Foreign Patients Revenue in Singapore, 2005- 2010 4.3. Number of Medical Tourists Arrivals and Medical Tourist Receipts in Singapore, 2005-2010 4.4. Medical Tourists Treatment Expenditure by Nationality, 2009 4.5. Competitive Landscape of Major Hospitals (SingHealth, Parkway Health, Raffles Medical Group, National Healthcare Group), 2010 4.6. Major Drivers and Growth Barriers Major Drivers Growth Barriers 4.7. Singapore Medical Tourism Future Outlook and Projections 4.7.1. Expected Foreign Patients and Foreign Patients Revenue, 2011-2015 4.7.2. Expected Medical Tourist Arrivals and Medical Tourist Receipts, 2011-2015 4.8. Medical Tourism Industry Factors: Historical and Projections 4
    • 4.8.1. Total Foreign Tourist Arrivals and Tourism Receipts in Singapore, 2005-2015 4.8.2. Number of Hospitals, Medical Centres and Hospitals Beds, 2005-2015 4.8.3. Inpatients and Outpatients Admissions, 2005-2015 4.8.4. Registered Health Personnel in Singapore, 2005-2015 4.8.5. Healthcare Expenditure in Singapore, 2005-20155. Medical Tourism in Malaysia 5.1. Overview 5.2. Total Foreign Patients Treated and Foreign Patients Revenue in Malaysia, 2005- 2010 5.3. Foreign Patients by Nationality, 2010 5.4. Competitive Landscape of 35 Private Hospitals Endorsed for International Medical Tourism by Ministry of Health, 2009 5.5. Major Drivers and Growth Barriers Major Drivers Growth Barriers 5.6. Malaysia Medical Tourism Future Outlook and Projections 5.6.1. Expected Foreign Patients and Foreign Patients Revenue, 2011-2015 5.7. Medical Tourism Industry Factors: Historical and Projections 5.7.1. Total Foreign Tourist Arrivals and Tourism Receipts in Malaysia, 2005-2015 5.7.2. Total Number of Hospitals and Hospital Beds in Malaysia, 2005-2015 5.7.3. Number of Hospital Admissions in Malaysia, 2008-2015 5.7.4. Number of Hospital Doctors in Malaysia, 2005-2015 5.7.5. Healthcare Expenditure in Malaysia, 2005-20156. Medical Tourism in South Korea 6.1. Overview 6.2. Total Foreign Patients Treated and Foreign Patients Revenue in South Korea, 2005- 2010 6.3. Foreign Patients by Nationality, 2010 5
    • 6.4. Foreign Patients by Destination in Korea, 2010 6.5. Foreign Patients Selection for Type of Hospitals, 2010 6.6. Type of Foreign Patients by Inpatients, Outpatients and Medical Checkup Patients, 2010 6.7. Competitive Landscape of Major Hospitals (Yonsei Severance, Samsung Medical, CheongShim International, Asan Medical and Seoul National), 2010 6.8. Major Drivers and Growth Barriers Major Drivers Growth Barriers 6.9. South Korea Medical Tourism Future Outlook and Projections 6.9.1. Expected Foreign Patients and Foreign Patients Revenue, 2011-2015 6.10. Medical Tourism Industry Factors: Historical and Projections 6.10.1. Total Foreign Tourist Arrivals and Tourism Receipts in South Korea, 2005- 2015 6.10.2. Number of Hospitals, Clinics and Medical Centres and Hospital Beds, 2005- 2015 6.10.3. Healthcare Expenditure in South Korea, 2005-20157. Appendix 7.1. Market Definition 7.2. Abbreviations 7.3. Research Methodology Data Collection Methods Approach Disclaimer 6
    • LIST OF FIGURESFigure 1: Number of Foreign Patients Treated in Asia by Countries, in Percentage, 2010Figure 2: Revenue from Foreign Patients in Asia by Countries, in Percentage, 2010Figure 3: Number of JCI Accredited Hospitals and Centres in Asian Countries, 2010Figure 4: Number of Foreign Patients Treated in Asia by Countries, in Percentage, 2015Figure 5: Revenue from Foreign Patients in Asia by Countries, in Percentage, 2015Figure 6: Number of Total Foreign Patients in Thousands and Foreign Patients Revenue inThailand in USD Million, 2005-2010Figure 7: Foreign Patients by Nationality in Percentage, 2010Figure 8: Market Share of Major Hospitals on the Basis of Number of Foreign PatientsTreated, in Percentage, 2010Figure 9: Expected Foreign Patients in Thousands and Foreign Patients Revenue in USDMillion, 2011-2015Figure 10: Total Foreign Tourist Arrivals in Million and Tourism Receipts in USD Billion,2005-2015Figure 11: Healthcare Expenditure in Thailand, in USD Billion, 2005-2015Figure 12: Number of Total Foreign Patients in Thousands and Foreign Patients Revenue inIndia in USD Million, 2005-2010Figure 13: Number of Total Medical Tourists in Thousands and Medical Tourists Receipts inUSD Million, 2005-2010Figure 14: Medical Tourists by Nationality in Percentage, 2009Figure 15: Market Share of Major Hospitals on the Basis of Number of Medical TouristsTreated, in Percentage, 2010Figure 16: Apollo Hospitals Corporate Timeline, 1983 -2014Figure 17: Fortis Healthcare Corporate Timeline, 2001-2010Figure 18: Fortis Healthcare Location Wise Hospital Performance, in INR Million, FY’2010-FY’2011Figure 19: Fortis Healthcare Revenue Mix by Specialty in Percentage, FY’2011 7
    • Figure 20: Number of Procedure Performed by Specialty in Fortis Healthcare, FY’2010 -FY’2011Figure 21: Max Healthcare Average Operational Beds and Average Revenue per Bed Day inINR, FY’2009 – FY’2011Figure 22: Expected Foreign Patients in Thousands and Foreign Patients Revenue in India inUSD Million, 2011-2015Figure 23: Expected Medical Tourists in Thousands and Medical Tourists Receipts in India inUSD Million, 2011-2015Figure 24: Total Foreign Tourist Arrivals in Million and Tourism Receipts in India in USDBillion, 2005-2015Figure 25: Healthcare Expenditure in India, in USD Billion, 2005-2015Figure 26: Number of Total Foreign Patients in Thousands and Foreign Patients Revenue inSingapore in USD Million, 2005-2010Figure 27: Number of Total Medical Tourists in Thousands and Medical Tourists Receipts inSingapore, in USD Million, 2005-2010Figure 28: Medical Tourists’ Treatment Expenditure by Nationality in Percentage, 2009Figure 29: Expected Foreign Patients in Thousands and Foreign Patients Revenue inSingapore in USD Million, 2011-2015Figure 30: Expected Medical Tourists in Thousands and Medical Tourists Receipts inSingapore in USD Million, 2011-2015Figure 31: Total Foreign Tourist Arrivals in Million and Tourism Receipts in Singapore inUSD Billion, 2005-2015Figure 32: Number of Hospitals, Medical Centres and Clinics and Hospital Beds inSingapore, 2005-2015Figure 33: Total Patient Admissions in Singapore, 2005-2015Figure 34: Total Registered Health Personnel in Singapore, 2005-2015Figure 35: Healthcare Expenditure in Singapore, in USD Million, 2005-2015Figure 36: Number of Total Foreign Patients in Thousands and Foreign Patients Revenue inMalaysia in USD Million, 2005-2010Figure 37: Foreign Patients by Nationality in Percentage, 2010 8
    • Figure 38: Expected Foreign Patients in Thousands and Foreign Patients Revenue inMalaysia in USD Million, 2011-2015Figure 39: Total Foreign Tourist Arrivals in Million and Tourism Receipts in Malaysia inUSD Billion, 2005-2015Figure 40: Number of Hospitals and Hospital Beds in Malaysia, 2005-2015Figure 41: Total Patient Admissions in Malaysia, in Million, 2008-2015Figure 42: Number of Hospital Doctors in Malaysia, 2005-2015Figure 43: Healthcare Expenditure in Malaysia, in USD Billion, 2005-2015Figure 44: Number of Total Foreign Patients in Thousands and Foreign Patients Revenue inSouth Korea in USD Million, 2005-2010Figure 45: Foreign Patients by Nationality in Percentage, 2010Figure 46: Foreign Patients by Destinations (Seoul, Gyeonggi-do, Daegu, Busan, andIncheon) in Korea in Percentage, 2010Figure 47: Foreign Patients Selection for Type of Hospitals in Percentage, 2010Figure 48: Type of Foreign Patients by Inpatients, Outpatients and Medical Checkup Patientsin Percentage, 2010Figure 49: Expected Foreign Patients in Thousands and Foreign Patients Revenue in SouthKorea in USD Million, 2011-2015Figure 50: Total Foreign Tourist Arrivals in Million and Tourism Receipts in South Korea inUSD Billion, 2005-2015Figure 51: Number of Hospitals, Clinics and Medical Centres and Hospital Beds in SouthKorea, 2005-2015Figure 52: Healthcare Expenditure in South Korea, in USD Billion, 2005-2015 9
    • LIST OF TABLESTable 1: Number of Foreign Patients Treated in Asia by Countries, in Thousands, 2010Table 2: Revenue from Foreign Patients in Asia by Countries, in USD Million, 2010Table 3: Medical Treatment Cost Comparison among the US, India, Thailand, Singapore,Malaysia, Mexico and the UK, in USD, 2010Table 4: Key, Emerging and Other Medical Tourism Destinations across the World, 2010Table 5: Comparison of Major Medical Tourism Destinations (Thailand, India, Singapore,Malaysia and South Korea) on the basis of Foreign Patients, JCI Accredited Hospitals, Rangeof Costs (% of US cost) and Popular Treatment Options, 2010Table 6: Number of Foreign Patients Treated in Asia by Countries, in Thousands, 2015Table 7: Revenue from Foreign Patients in Asia by Countries, in USD Million, 2015Table 8: Cause and Effect Relationship Analysis between Industry Factors and ExpectedMedical Tourism Industry Market ProspectsTable 9: Foreign Patients by Nationality in Thousands, 2010Table 10: Competitive Landscape of Major Hospital Chain/Group in Thailand (Piyavate,Bumrungrad Hospital, Bangkok Dusit Medical Services), 2010Table 11: Key Performance Indicators of Major Indian Hospitals in Terms of ForeignPatients Treated, No. of Hospitals and Beds, 2010Table 12: Total Foreign Tourist Arrivals in Million and Tourism Receipts in USD Billion,2005-2015Table 13: Medical Tourists by Nationality, 2009Table 14: Key Performance Indicators of Major Indian Hospitals in Terms of MedicalTourists Treated, No. of Hospitals and Beds, 2010Table 15: Hospital Expansion Plan of Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Limited (AHEL), 2011Table 16: Apollo Hospitals Financial Performance, in INR Million, FY’2009 – FY’2011Table 17: Apollo Hospitals Revenue Mix by Business Segment, in INR Million, FY’2011Table 18: Apollo Hospitals Operational Performance, FY’2011Table 19: Apollo Hospitals Geographic Presence, FY’2011Table 20: Hospital Expansion Plan of Fortis Healthcare, FY’2011 10
    • Table 21: Fortis Healthcare Financial Performance, in INR Million, FY’2009 – FY’2011Table 22: Fortis Healthcare Operational Performance, FY’2009 – FY’2011Table 23: Max Healthcare Services in Various Specialties, 2011Table 24: Max Healthcare Financial Performance, in INR Million, FY’2009 – FY’2011Table 25: Max Healthcare Inpatient and Outpatient Transactions and Average Revenue perInpatient and Outpatient in INR, FY’2009 – FY’2011Table 26: Total Foreign Tourist Arrivals in Million and Tourism Receipts in India in USDBillion, 2005-2015Table 27: Medical Tourists’ Treatment Expenditure by Nationality in USD Million, 2009Table 28: Competitive Landscape of Major Hospital Chains/Group in Singapore (SingHealth,Parkway Health, Raffles Medical Group, National Healthcare Group)Table 29: Total Foreign Tourist Arrivals in Million and Tourism Receipts in Singapore inUSD Billion, 2005-2015Table 30: Hospitals, Medical Centres and Clinics in Singapore, 2005-2010Table 31: Inpatient and Outpatient Admissions in Singapore, 2005-2010Table 32: Registered Health Personnel by Doctors, Dentists, Pharmacists, Nurses andMidwives in Singapore, 2005-2010Table 33: Foreign Patients by Nationality, 2010Table 34: Major 35 Private Hospitals Endorsed for International Medical Tourism by theMinistry of Health (MOH), 2009Table 35: Total Foreign Tourist Arrivals in Million and Tourism Receipts in Malaysia inUSD Billion, 2005-2015Table 36: Total Hospitals and Hospital Beds by Public and Private Sector in Malaysia, 2005-2010Table 37: Foreign Patients by Destinations (Seoul, Gyeonggi-do, Daegu, Busan, and Incheon)in Korea, 2010Table 38: Foreign Patients Selection for Type of Hospitals, 2010Table 39: Market Segmentation by Inpatients, Outpatients and Medical Checkup ForeignPatients, 2010 11
    • Table 40: Competitive Landscape of Major Hospital Chains/Group in Singapore (YonseiSeverance, Samsung Medical, CheongShim International, Asan Medical and Seoul NationalUniversity Hospital), 2010Table 41: Total Foreign Tourist Arrivals in Million and Tourism Receipts in South Korea inUSD Million, 2005-2015Table 42: Number of Hospitals, Clinics and Medical Centres and Hospital Beds in SouthKorea, 2005-2015Table 43: Total Hospitals, Clinics and Medical Centres by Medical, Dental, OrientalMedicine, Dispensaries, Midwifery Clinics and Specialized Hospitals in South Korea, 2005-2010 12
    • MEDICAL TOURISM IN ASIANUMBER OF FOREIGN PATIENTS TREATED AND FOREIGNPATIENTS REVENUE IN ASIA BY COUNTRIES, 2010…Asia is regarded as the destination for medical tourists across the globe. Thailand is theleader among the Asian countries which received maximum number of foreign patients (~thousand) in 2010. India is the second largest player with ~ thousand foreign patients closelyfollowed by Singapore with ~ thousand. Philippines and Malaysia are other major countries which received ~ and ~ thousand foreign patients The rising medical costs and respectively.overburdened medical structure aresome of the main reasons which have With regards to the revenue earned from foreignprompted many individuals to look patients, India and Singapore are the leaders withbeyond these western countries a market share of ~% with an earning of nearlyUSD ~ million. Thailand with a share of ~% and earnings of USD ~ million was the secondlargest country…Figure: Number of Foreign Patients Treated in Asia by Countries, in Percentage, 2010 Thailand India Singapore Phillipines Malaysia Korea TaiwanSource: AM Mindpower Solutions 13
    • Table: Revenue from Foreign Patients in Asia by Countries, in USD Million, 2010Countries Revenue from Foreign Patients (USD Million), 2010ThailandIndiaSingaporePhilippines*MalaysiaKoreaTaiwan*TotalSource: AM Mindpower SolutionsNote: * Provincial figuresMEDICAL TOURISM TREATMENT COST COMPARISON, 2010There is huge difference in the cost of the treatment being offered in the US and in Asiancountries. For instance, Angioplasty treatment will cost USD ~ in the US while it will costUSD ~ in India and Malaysia, USD ~ in Thailand and USD ~ in Singapore. This hugedifference in the cost is largely due to the lower labour cost in the countries in Asia region.Even in case of medical diagnostic tests such as MRI scan, there exists a huge gap betweenthe cost charged in the US and in India.Table: Medical Treatment Cost Comparison among the US, India, Thailand, Singapore,Malaysia, Mexico and the UK, in USD, 2010 SouthProcedure1,2 The US India Thailand Singapore Malaysia Mexico KoreaHeart bypass(CABG) 14
    • Heart ValvereplacementAngioplastyHip replacementKnee replacementGastric bypassHip resurfacingSpinal fusionMastectomyRhinoplastyTummy TuckBreast reductionBreast implantsCrownTooth whiteningDental implantsNotes:1. Costs of surgeries around the world. Costs given in USD2. The price comparisons for surgery take into account hospital and doctor charges, but do not include the costs of flightsand hotel bills for the expected length of stay. 15
    • ASIA MEDICAL TOURISM FUTURE OUTLOOK ANDPROJECTIONS, 2015CAUSE AND EFFECT RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INDUSTRYFACTORS AND MEDICAL TOURISM PROSPECTSTable: Cause and Effect Relationship Analysis between Industry Factors and ExpectedMedical Tourism Industry ProspectsIndustry Factors Market Impact CommentsCost effective treatment in  Cause:the Asia region  Effect:Limited or no foreign  Cause:insurance cover for medical  Effect:treatmentLong waiting time in  Cause:developed countries leading  Effect:to increased medical costsPost surgery visits  Cause:  Effect:Linguistics issues  Cause:  Effect:Healthy lifestyle leading to  Cause:rise in life expectancy  Effect.Source: AM Mindpower SolutionsNote: Shaded region represents the degree of impact on the market 16
    • MEDICAL TOURISM IN THAILANDCOMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE OF MAJOR HOSPITALS (PIYAVATE,BUMRUNGRAD HOSPITAL, BANGKOK DUSIT MEDICALSERVICES), 2010MARKET SHARE OF MAJOR THAILAND HOSPITALS BY NUMBEROF FOREIGN PATIENTS TREATED, 2010Bumrungrad Hospital is the leader in Thailand in terms of the foreign patients treated withthe market share of ~% in 2010. The hospital treated ~ international patients in 2010 from ~countries and generated USD ~ million revenues from foreign patients. Bangkok Dusit Medical Services is the second largest foreign Bumrungrad Hospital is the leader in patients treating hospital in Thailand which served Thailand in terms of the foreign patients treated with the market over ~ international patients in 2010 and recorded share of ~% in 2010. The hospital international patients’ revenue of USD ~ million. treated ~ international patients in The group operates with ~ inpatient beds and 2010 from ~ countries specializes in endocrinology (diabetes), gynecology, nephrology (kidneys), orthopedics,radiology, urology, cosmetic surgery, eye and LASIK, gastrointestinal tract and liver, and ear,nose and throat (ENT) treatments.Table 1: Key Performance Indicators of Major Indian Hospitals in Terms of ForeignPatients Treated, No. of Hospitals and Beds, 2010 International PatientsHospital Chain/Group Foreign Patients Number of Beds Revenue (USD Million)Bumrungrad HospitalBangkok Dusit MedicalServices (BDMS)Piyavate HospitalVejthani Hospital 17
    • MEDICAL TOURISM IN INDIANUMBER OF MEDICAL TOURISTS ARRIVALS AND MEDICALTOURIST RECEIPTS IN INDIA, 2005-2010The medical tourists’ arrivals are increasing in the country at a CAGR of ~% from 2005 to2010. The country has recorded an influx of ~ thousand medical tourists in 2005 whichinclined to ~ thousand in 2007. The country has various medical centers in different locationssuch as Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore and others which offer high class medicalservices. The country is famous for low cost medical treatment for heart, dental and cosmeticsurgery. Total medical tourist arrivals were registered at ~ thousand in 2010…Figure: Number of Total Medical Tourists in Thousands and Medical Tourists Receiptsin USD Million, 2005-2010 140.0 400.0 120.0 350.0 300.0 100.0 (USD Million) 250.0(Thousands) 80.0 200.0 60.0 150.0 40.0 100.0 20.0 50.0 0.0 0.0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Medical Tourists (Thousands) Medical Tourists Receipts (USD Million) 18
    • MEDICAL TOURISM IN SINGAPORE COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE OF MAJOR HOSPITALS (SINGHEALTH, PARKWAY HEALTH, RAFFLES MEDICAL GROUP, NATIONAL HEALTHCARE GROUP), 2010 Table: Competitive Landscape of Major Hospital Chains/Group in Singapore (SingHealth, Parkway Health, Raffles Medical Group, National Healthcare Group) Financial/Major Key Medical Treatments and Operational InternationalPlayers Group Overview Hospital Brands Performance Patients Reach        ParkwayHealth   RafflesMedicalGroup    Source: Company Reports, AM Mindpower Solutions Notes: Average exchange rate for the period is used to convert SGD into USD 1) FY’2010 for the year ending March 2011 2) FY’2010 for the year ending December 2010 3) JHSIMC: Johns Hopkins Singapore International Medical Centre 19
    • SINGAPORE MEDICAL TOURISM FUTURE OUTLOOK ANDPROJECTIONSEXPECTED MEDICAL TOURIST ARRIVALS AND MEDICAL TOURISTRECEIPTS, 2011-2015Out of the total expected foreign patients treated in 2011, nearly ~ thousand will be medicaltourists who will yield USD ~ million. It is expected that medical tourist arrivals will growtremendously in the country as the number of JCI accredited medical centers and hospitalswill increase in the future.By 2015, total medical tourist arrivals will grow by more than ~% from the current level of ~thousand medical tourists. The total medical tourist arrivals will increase to ~ thousand by2015, registering an expected CAGR of ~%...Figure: Expected Medical Tourists in Thousands and Medical Tourists Receipts inSingapore in USD Million, 2011-2015 700.0 900.0 800.0 600.0 700.0 500.0 600.0 (USD Million)(Thousands) 400.0 500.0 300.0 400.0 300.0 200.0 200.0 100.0 100.0 0.0 0.0 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Medical Tourists (Thousand) Medical Tourists Receipts (USD Million) 20
    • MEDICAL TOURISM IN MALAYSIAMEDICAL TOURISM INDUSTRY FACTORS: HISTORICAL ANDPROJECTIONSTOTAL NUMBER OF HOSPITALS AND HOSPITAL BEDS INMALAYSIA, 2005-2015Malaysia had around ~ hospitals including ~ public and ~ private hospitals in 2005 with total~ complement beds. This proportion has increased exceptionally to ~ public hospitals and ~private hospitals in 2010. The total hospital beds have also grown steadily to ~ beds in 2010.This underscores the consistent development in the state of art facility and infrastructure forlocal and foreign patients. The government is heavily investing in the public healthcare sectorin order to cater to emerging demand for quality medical and diagnostic services andregulating the private hospitals and medical centers operations. Every private medical centeroperating in Malaysia is required to be certified by the Ministry of Health, Malaysia.Moreover, hospitals which are serving the foreign patients should pass through theinternational certification standards…Figure: Number of Hospitals and Hospital Beds in Malaysia, 2005-2015 450 70,000 400 60,000 350 50,000 300 (Hospital Beds) 250 40,000(Hospitals) 200 30,000 150 20,000 100 10,000 50 0 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Hospitals Hospital Beds 21
    • Table: Total Hospitals and Hospital Beds by Public and Private Sector in Malaysia,2005-2010 Hospitals Hospital BedsYear Public Sector Private Sector Public Sector Private Sector200520062007200820092010HEALTHCARE EXPENDITURE IN MALAYSIA, 2005-2015The Malaysia healthcare sector is similar to South Africa which is divided into public andprivate health care. The public health care system is used by most of the population living inMalaysia whereas the private sector health care services are rather afforded by the affluentclass only…Around USD ~ billion was spent in 2010 on healthcare services. The government allocated abudget of total RMB ~ billion for the general improvement of the healthcare sector in thecountry in 2010. The amount is expected to be spent on purchasing new equipments,distribute large number of medicines, training of human resources and construction of morehospitals and medical centers. Increased efforts are being made to provide facilities in Sabahand Sarawak states in Malaysia…. 22
    • Figure: Healthcare Expenditure in Malaysia, in USD Billion, 2005-2015 20.0 18.0 16.0 14.0 USD Billion 12.0 10.0 8.0 6.0 4.0 2.0 0.0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015MEDICAL TOURISM IN SOUTH KOREAFOREIGN PATIENTS BY DESTINATION IN KOREA, 2010….Although in 2009, Incheon was one of the leading regions in the country, Daegu hasshowcased phenomenal growth in number of medical tourist arrivals in 2010. The medical tourists increased by ~% in 2010 from ~ in Out of the total foreign patients visited in 2009. In 2009, Daegu represented ~% of the South Korea, Seoul with ~ received the maximum number of foreign patients medical tourist’s visits in South Korea which followed by Gyeonggi with ~ patients and increased to ~% in 2010. Daegu with ~ Some of the prominent medical centers andinstitutions in the country are Keimyung University Dongsan Medical Center and HyosungHospital. Dongsan medical center in South Korea is one of the leading medical centers in thecountry and is expected to a play a very crucial role in determining the growth of Daegu asthe country’s leading medical region…. 23
    • Figure: Foreign Patients by Destinations (Seoul, Gyeonggi-do, Daegu, Busan, andIncheon) in Korea in Percentage, 2010 Seoul Gyeonggi-do Daegu Busan Incheon OthersTable: Foreign Patients by Destinations (Seoul, Gyeonggi-do, Daegu, Busan, andIncheon) in Korea, 2010Destination/Province Foreign Patients, 2010SeoulGyeonggi-doDaeguBusanIncheonOthersDISCLAIMERNo part of this manual or any material appearing may be reproduced, stored in ortransmitted on any other Web site without written permission of AM Mindpower Solutionsand any payments of a specified fee. Requests to republish any material may be sent to us. 24