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    • 1
      HEALTHCARE SECTOR
    • INTRODUCTION
      The art of Health Care in India can be traced back nearly 3500 years
      Early days of Indian history the Ayurvedic tradition of medicine has been practiced
      Healthcare is one of India’s largest sectors, in terms of the revenue and employment
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    • INTRODUCTION
      • During the 1990s, Indian healthcare grew annual rate of 16%.
      • Today the total value of the sector is more than $34 billion or roughly 6% of GDP
      • By 2012, India’s healthcare sector is projected to grow to nearly $40 billion
      3
    • Key Players in HEALTHCARE
      4
    • Key Opportunity Segments
      Hospital Services
      Medical Tourism
      Pathology Services
      Medical Devices Manfg
      Tele Medicine
      Health Insurance
    • History
      BEFORE INDEPENDENCE :
      HEALTHCARE HAS BEEN BASED ON VOLUNTARY WORK
      TRADITIONAL METHODS USED FOR MADICATION
      MEDICINAL PROPERTIES OF PLANT AND HERBS WAS PASSED FROM ONE GENERATION TO ANOTHER
      AFTER INDEPENDENCE
      • GOVT OF INDIA LAID DOWN A STRESS ON PRIMARY HEALTH CARE
      • ALTERNATE SOURCES OF FINANCE WERE CRITICAL FOR SUSTAINABILITY
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    • ENTRY OF PRIVATE SECTOR
      EARLIER GOVERNMENT ON ITS OWN WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO PROVIDE MORE FACILITIES FOR HEALTH CARE
      ENTRY OF PRIVATE SECTOR TO REDUCE THE GAP BETWEEN THE SUPPLY AND DEMAND
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    • Hospitals
      Healthcare
      Nursing Homes
      Fitness Centers
      Ambulatory Services
      Pharmaceuticals
      Classification
    • Public Hospitals Vs. Private Hospitals
      Public Fully funded by government Service oriented
      Don’t do much promotion
      Charge low fees
      Lacks good infrastructure
      Process of admission is difficult.
      No proper care of patients People
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    • Contd…
      • While in Private doctors are highly qualified
      • Profit oriented Huge promotion
      • Infrastructure is well maintained
      • Comparatively easy process
      • Very good care of patients
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    • Growing population and economy
      • One driver of growth in the healthcare sector is India’s booming population
      • currently 1.2 billion and increasing at a 2% annual rate
      • By 2030, India is expected to surpass China as the world’s most populous nation
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    • Expanding middle class
      India traditionally has been a rural, agrarian economy. Nearly three quarters
      of the population still lives in rural areas, and as of 2004, an
      estimated 27.5% of Indians were living below the national poverty line.
      Some 300 million people in India live on less than a dollar a day, and more
      than 50% of all children are malnourished.
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    • Rise of disease
      Rise in both infectious and chronic degenerative
      diseases.
      While ailments such as poliomyelitis, leprosy, and neonatal tetanus will soon be eliminated,
      some communicable diseases once thought to be under control such as
      dengue fever, viral hepatitis, tuberculosis, malaria, and pneumonia, have returned in force or have developed a stubborn resistance to drugs.
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    • Pharmaceuticals
      The Indian pharmaceutical market is one of the fastest growing markets in the world
      Sales increased by 17.5% to $7.3 billion in 2009
      Many factors, including a strong economy and the country’s growing healthcare needs have contributed to the accelerated growth
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    • Health Of HEALTHCARE
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    • What is Telemedicine???
      Telemedicine is set to revolutionize health care system… Telemedicine is delivery of health care information across distances using telecom technology
      video conferencing between the patient at remote hospital with the specialists
      90% of the patients do not require surgery so the Dr. generally need not touch the patient, need not to be at the same place. So Patient can be treated from the diff location
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    • Market Drivers of HealthCare
      Rising Health awareness
      Shift to lifestyle related diseases;
      Increasing government expenditure on health care sector;
      Health insurance sector is also on the rise;
      Private sector companies are growing fast in terms of owning and managing hospitals;
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    • Market Drivers of HealthCare
      Growth in medical tourism;
      Cost effective surgical services. According to report, the cost of surgery in
      India is just about 10% of that in USA;
      Gradual corporatization of the Healthcare sector.
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    • Strengths
      • Low cost of production
      • Specialization Infrastructure and Efficient technologies
      • Large pool of skilled doctors Low pricing in public hospitals.
      Weaknesses
      • Highly fragmented leading to Price competition
      • Treatment is not affordable Imitated Drugs Rural Healthcare.
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      W
      Opportunities
      • Largely untapped market
      • Switching over from process patent to product patent
      • Growing incomes and Growing attention for health
      Global outsourcing hub for pharmaceutical products.
       
      Threats
      Threats from other low cost countries like China & Israel
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      O
      SWOT ANALYSIS
    • Government’s Initiative
      • Government’s Initiative Union Budget 2009: India to Spend $4.35 Billion on Healthcare
      • Government has also announced tax holiday for five years for the hospitals in rural areas
      • government of India has allowed 100% FDI
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    • Recent Development
      Huge investments in R&D
      Constant focus by Government Medical Tourism
      by 2010 Healthcare BPO is also growing fast
      health Insurance is availed by just 30-40 million Indians which is expected to rise to 160 million by 2010
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    • Technology & Healthcare
    • PRESENTED BY…
      YuvrajsinhZala
      (KBSCMR)
      THANK YOU