The report titled “India Medical Tourism Industry Outlook to 2015” provides a comprehensive analysis of the India Medical tourism industry covering in detail various aspects such as market size on the basis of number of foreign patients and medical tourists, revenue from foreign patients and medical tourist receipts, market segmentation, competitive landscape and profiles of the major hospitals treated foreign patients in the country. The report also entails major drivers and growth barriers of medical tourism market.
The future outlook along with projections and macro-economic factors has also been presented providing an insight on the prospects in the medical tourism industry.
India Medical Tourism industry is the second largest hub after Thailand which served ~ medical tourists and generated USD ~ million medical tourism receipts in 2010. The country is popular for its internationally certified hospitals equipped with latest technology, qualified support staff in the medical centers, cost saving treatment compared to other developed countries (60-80% less cost of treatment as compared to that of the US and the UK), less waiting time, English speaking and qualified staff, availability of private rooms, bespoke food, wellness and several enriching attractions.
The country witnessed the largest number of medical tourists’ arrivals from Maldives contributing ~% of the total medical tourists’ arrivals in India. Around ~ medical tourists from Maldives arrived to India in 2010. Bangladesh is the second largest region with the market share of ~% contributing around ~ medical tourists in 2010. It is followed by Nigeria which accounted for ~ medical tourists and ~% share in 2010.
Indian medical tourism is majorly served with ~ hospitals treating ~% of the total medical tourist arrivals in India in 2010. Apollo Hospitals, the second largest hospital network in India is the market leader in terms of serving medical tourists. The group served about ~ medical tourists in 2010 contributing the share of ~% to the total medical tourists’ arrivals in India. The company operates a network of 54 hospitals and medical centres with ~ inpatients complement beds. Max Healthcare is the second largest hospital group with ~% market share serving around ~ medical tourists in 2010 through 8 hospitals and medical centres and ~ complement beds.
Key Topics Covered in the Report:
- Number of Foreign Patients and Revenue from Foreign Patients, 2005-2010
- Number of Medical Tourists and Medical tourist receipts, 2005-2010
- Medical Tourists by Nationality, 2010
- Major Drivers and Growth Barriers of Medical Tourism in India
- Market Share of top hospitals treating foreign patients, 2010
- Company Profiles of Major Hospitals including Apollo Hospitals, Fortis Healthcare and Max Healthcare
- Future Outlook along with future projections on number of foreign patients and medical tourist arrivals in the country along with the receipts, 2011-2015
- Historical and Projections of Industry Factors including Number of Tourist Arrivals and Receipts and Healthcare Expenditure, 2005-2015