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The Health Travelers       Medical Tourism                   Presented by :                   Anamika Chakraborty(F11064) ...
LIBA                          2       The Hindu, Oct8 2012
Apollo robot straightens                   spines                 The Hindu Oct 6, 2012          LIBA                     ...
LIBA   4
Medical Tourism- What is it?• Rapidly-growing practice of travelling across  international borders to seek healthcare  ser...
Why is it gaining popularity?• Cost of Medical treatment is lesser  Third World Countries Serving First   World Treatment•...
Who are the medical               touristS?• Domestic Medical Tourist  – Patients within country• International Medical To...
Why International Medical           Tourist• High Cost, Medical Insurance not fully covered  (US)• Long waiting queue (UK)...
India - A preference• Low Cost• English speaking people- Advantage• Qualified, Specialized Doctors• Indian Nurses – Compas...
India – cheaper treatment            LIBA        10
What wecan offer?   LIBA      11
What we can offer?• HEART: Coronary angioplasty, Coronary artery  bye      pass       graft,     Heart      Valve  repair/...
What we can offer?• EAR, NOSE and THROAT: Restoration of Hearing,  Nose Reshaping, Sinus Surgery, Snoring and  Obstructive...
What we can offer?• TRANSPLANTAION: Kidney, liver, bone marrow,  peripheral stem cell.• COSMETIC SURGERIES: Face lift, Bre...
Facts• “Medical tourism industry in Kerala is  expected to be worth $4billion by 2017”- CII  McKinsey Report• Germany, Fra...
Facts• $100 billion market growing at over 20% a  year – CII & McKinsey Company Report• Around 1.3 million medical travele...
Barriers•   Extension of visa period for medical tourist•   Lack of Government spending•   Marketing•   Facilities•   Insu...
What can be done?• Tie Up with multinational insurance  companies• Seminars and Exhibitions• Accreditation of hospitals by...
Thank You               Anamika Chakraborty               (F11064)               Elizabath Eappen (F1107               She...
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  1. 1. The Health Travelers Medical Tourism Presented by : Anamika Chakraborty(F11064) Elizabath Eappen (F11076) Sherin Thomas (F11109) Swarupa Rani Sahu (F11116)LIBA 1 11 Oct 2012
  2. 2. LIBA 2 The Hindu, Oct8 2012
  3. 3. Apollo robot straightens spines The Hindu Oct 6, 2012 LIBA 3
  4. 4. LIBA 4
  5. 5. Medical Tourism- What is it?• Rapidly-growing practice of travelling across international borders to seek healthcare services• “35% growth in outbound health care tourism expected in 2012” – TravelMarketReport LIBA 5
  6. 6. Why is it gaining popularity?• Cost of Medical treatment is lesser Third World Countries Serving First World Treatment• Surrounding tourist areas• Savings LIBA 6
  7. 7. Who are the medical touristS?• Domestic Medical Tourist – Patients within country• International Medical Tourist – Patients outside country • USA • UK • Bangladesh • Middle East • Nigeria LIBA 7
  8. 8. Why International Medical Tourist• High Cost, Medical Insurance not fully covered (US)• Long waiting queue (UK)• Lack of top notch medical facilities (Middle East – High Purchasing Power)• No adequate facilities (Bangladesh, Nigeria) LIBA 8
  9. 9. India - A preference• Low Cost• English speaking people- Advantage• Qualified, Specialized Doctors• Indian Nurses – Compassionate and Serving (Human Touch)• Exotic Tourist Destination LIBA 9
  10. 10. India – cheaper treatment LIBA 10
  11. 11. What wecan offer? LIBA 11
  12. 12. What we can offer?• HEART: Coronary angioplasty, Coronary artery bye pass graft, Heart Valve repair/replacement, correction of congenial abnormalities• EYE: Cataract and refractive and vitreo- retinal surgeries, diabetic retinopathy, corrective surgery for glaucoma.• SKIN: Treatment of vitiligo, botulium toxic treatment for facial wrinkles. LIBA 12
  13. 13. What we can offer?• EAR, NOSE and THROAT: Restoration of Hearing, Nose Reshaping, Sinus Surgery, Snoring and Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Laryngeal Cancer.• TEETH: Ceramic Crowns and Bridges, Teeth Whitening, Implantation and Root Canal Therapy• JOINTS: Joint Replacement Surgery, Hip Joint Resurfacing, Arthroscopic Surgery.• INFERTILITY: Assisted reproduction. LIBA 13
  14. 14. What we can offer?• TRANSPLANTAION: Kidney, liver, bone marrow, peripheral stem cell.• COSMETIC SURGERIES: Face lift, Breast Augmentation/ Reduction, Waist Reduction, Liposuction• TRADITIONAL THERAPIES AND TREATMENT: Ayurveda, Yoga, natural therapy LIBA 14
  15. 15. Facts• “Medical tourism industry in Kerala is expected to be worth $4billion by 2017”- CII McKinsey Report• Germany, France, Switzerland, US – Ayurveda• West Asia, UK – Modern Medicine• 1.6 Million Americans to travel outside for medical treatments• Gulf countries alone spend an estimate $27 billion in 2000 LIBA 15
  16. 16. Facts• $100 billion market growing at over 20% a year – CII & McKinsey Company Report• Around 1.3 million medical travelers earning about $1 billion by just 5 countries• Afro-Asian people spend as much as $20 billion a year on medical care outside their countries.• Nigerians alone spend an estimate $1 billion a year. LIBA 16
  17. 17. Barriers• Extension of visa period for medical tourist• Lack of Government spending• Marketing• Facilities• Insurance coverage LIBA 17
  18. 18. What can be done?• Tie Up with multinational insurance companies• Seminars and Exhibitions• Accreditation of hospitals by foreign agencies• Tie up with tour operators• Telemedicine facilities LIBA 18
  19. 19. Thank You Anamika Chakraborty (F11064) Elizabath Eappen (F1107 Sherin Thomas (F11109) Swarupa Rani Sahu (F11116)LIBA 1 11 Oct 2012

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