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  1. 1. Medical & Wellness Tourism: Enchanting India National Summit-2014 Organized by Knowledge Partner
  2. 2.  RNCOS is a leading business research and consultancy firm with more than 12 years of market presence and expertise  We offer Custom Research Solutions, Management Consultancy Services and Syndicate Research to Fortune 500 companies and Government agencies worldwide.  Our client base falls in Healthcare, IT, Retail and Tourism Verticals  Backed by a team of 35 research analysts with domain knowledge in various verticals  Shushmul Maheshwari CEO, brings more than 20 years of rich experience, working with large corporate houses and well exposed to domestic and international markets About Us
  3. 3. Health Tourism
  4. 4. About Health Tourism Medical Tourism Wellness Tourism Surgical Cosmetic Relaxation/ Rejuvenation Experiential/ Spiritual Health Tourism is a term used for that aspect of tourism wherein people are travelling to other countries for receiving core medical care or alternative treatments like wellness/Ayurvedic therapies
  5. 5. Health Tourism Key Facts
  6. 6. Health Tourism: Global Destinations 10-11% 7-8% 4-5% 2-3% 1-2% Thailand Singapore Mexico India US Medical Tourists Arrival (as % of Total Foreign Tourists) The percentages are calculated as the number of medical tourists out of the total foreign tourist arrivals; Data for 2012 Source: World Bank; Singapore Tourism Board; Ministry of Public Health- Thailand; Bureau of Immigration-India; RNCOS -Thailand is home to some of the best and cheapest rehabs in the world - For cancer, Singapore's clinics and hospitals boast some of the world's best diagnostics -Mexico is famous for Dentistry & Bariatrics, with over 50,000 Americans visiting the country for dental work alone, each year - India is most popular for orthopedics and cardiac procedures - The U.S. boasts of the best plastic surgeons in the world
  7. 7. Health Tourism: Destination India 1.7 1.9 2.3 2.7 3.0 3.5 4.2 2012 2013e 2014f 2015f 2016f 2017f 2018f India - Medical Tourist Arrival (Lakhs), 2012- 2018 Source: Ministry of Tourism (Bureau of Immigration, India), RNCOS; Note: e/f = RNCOS Estimation/Forecast Source: Confederation of Indian Industry, RNCOS Note: f = RNCOS Forecast The figures correspond to the entire Indian medical tourism industry 2.0 2.4 3.0 3.5 4.2 4.8 6.0 2012 2013e 2014f 2015f 2016f 2017f 2018f India - Medical Tourism Industry (Billion US$), 2012-2018
  8. 8. Health Tourism: Destination India MENA, 40.5% Europe, 8.6% Americas, 2.6% Asia Pacific, 47.8% Medical Tourist Arrival in India by Region (%), 2012 MENA, 45.2% Europe, 15.8% Americas, 1.4% Asia Pacific, 37.3% Medical Tourist Arrival in India by Region (%), 2018 Source: Ministry of Tourism- India Source: RNCOS Estimation
  9. 9. Enchanting India: The Epitome of Excellence JCI & NABH Accreditation Super Specialty Hospitals International Amenities Rich Culture of Ayurveda, Natural Therapies, & Yoga World Renowned Doctors
  10. 10. Enchanting India: The Epitome of Excellence A land of Myriad Cultures International Collaborations >400 Government Approved Inbound Tour Operators Cordial Relationships with Majority of the countries
  11. 11. Indian Initiatives & Magnets for Health Tourism
  12. 12. Health Tourism: Key Initiatives Promotion of Major Hospitals as Centers of Excellence Intensive Promotion of AYUSH E-Visa Visa on Arrival Financial Aid under the MDA Scheme Dedicated Exhibition Space
  13. 13. Health Tourism: The Magnets of India Chennai (Tamil Nadu) Mumbai (Maharashtra) Kerala Ahmadabad (Gujarat) Delhi/NCR
  14. 14. Opportunities & Challenges
  15. 15. Health Tourism: Opportunities Creation of New Jobs Revenue Generation in all the Associated Industries Healthier GDP Positive Impact on Current Account Deficit Government Hospitals can Capitalize on their Credibility
  16. 16. Health Tourism: Boulders on the Pathway Zealous Promotion of Tourism but not Medical Tourism No Dedicated Web Resource and Marred Interoperability Lack of Visibility, Tie-Ups and Partnerships for Medical Tourism Promotion Complex procedure for obtaining a MED-X Visa & Permission to Stay No Government Body for Accreditation Negative Notion about the Country
  17. 17. Tackling the Hurdles: The Road Ahead
  18. 18. Health Tourism: Capturing the Opportunities Setting up a Regulatory Body VISA & FRO Exemption Synergies through Strategic Alliances Seminars/Conferences Industry-Special Web Portal and Interoperability Government of India
  19. 19. Health Tourism: Capturing the Opportunities International Patients Division in Govt. Hospitals Check-in Kiosks at Airports Facilitators for Wellness Tourism Collaboration Between Wellness Centers & Hospitals Hospitals/Wellness Center/Facilitators Privacy of High Profile Patients
  20. 20. Contact SHUSHMUL MAHESHWARI CEO RNCOS E mail: Website: Phone: +91 120 4224700 /01 / 02/ 03 Address: B 129, Sector 6, Noida, Uttar Pradesh India - 201301 For More Information