Indian hospital market faces a critical crunch in the number of hospital beds in comparison to the demand it faces. The hospital market in India has strong growth potential that is characterized by continual possibility of growth. Persistent growth in population necessitates the growth in both public as well as private hospital facilities to cater to population of varied economic standards residing in the country. A gradual trend is being observed in terms of demand for quality healthcare service within the hospital market. This is not only because of changing nature of Indian patient population but also due to the booming medical tourism that India is currently catering to. As a result of these, the sector is attracting good amount of foreign investments or foreign hospital chains establishing business in the country. The Indian government is also undertaking numerous initiatives including tax incentives and budget allocations that would aid in investment inflow and betterment of the market. Indian entrepreneurs are bringing in innovation within the hospital business by revolutionizing the approach towards healthcare delivery. Initiatives are being taken to penetrate smaller cities and towns where the private sector was hesitant to penetrate even a few years back. Primary and secondary care is being offered through specialty clinics or smaller hospitals specializing in few key areas to reduce their cost of operation yet increase revenue by carrying out more number of the selected few procedures. On the other hand, mobile hospitals and telemedicine is being popularized to reach patient population in rural and urban slum areas for delivering immediate healthcare services. The Indian competitive landscape of the hospital market is primarily segmented into public and private. The public hospitals operating in the country provide service at a subsidized rate that enables the under privileged access reliable treatment. However, in the private segment hospital business in India is dominated by 11 key players that operate as a chain of hospitals, either regionally or nationally while other leading hospitals operate in the standalone format. With the penetration of private sector into the market, healthcare delivery is becoming intensively competitive among the private players which in turn are resulting in constant development in terms of service offered by them.
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Slide 1: Executive Summary Macro Economic Indicators Slide 2: GDP at Factor Cost: Quarterly (2009-10 - 2012-13), Inflation Rate: Monthly (Nov 2012 - Apr 2013) Slide 3: Gross Fiscal Deficit: Monthly (Sep 2011 - Feb 2012), Exchange Rate: Monthly (Dec 2012- May 2013) Slide 4: Lending Rate: Annual (2009-10 - 2012-13), Trade Balance: Annual (2009-10 - 2012-13), FDI Annual (2009-10 - 2012-13) Indian Healthcare Scenario Slide 5: Healthcare Industry Overview, Healthcare Market Size & Growth (Value-Wise 2012-2017e), Healthcare Market -Segmentation (2011-12) Slide 6: FDI Inflow in Indian Healthcare Segments Slide 7: Healthcare Expenditure of Population by Economic Standard Introduction Slide 8-9: Classification of Hospitals Market Overview Slide 10: Hospital Market - Market Overview, Market Size & Growth (2011 to 2017e) Slide 11: Public-Private Hospital Distribution Profile in India Drivers & Challenges Slide 12: Drivers & Challenges - Summary Slide 13-21: Drivers Slide 22-24: Challenges IT Adoption Slide 25: IT Adoption Overall Indian Healthcare and in Hospital Sector Slide 26: Software Applications in Hospital Sector Role of Government Slide 27: Role of Government: Summary Slide 28-30: Role of Government Key Trends Slide 31: Key Trends - Summary Slide 32-34: Key Trends Key Initiatives Slide 35: Key Initiatives - Summary Slide 36-38: Key Initiatives Competitive Landscape Slide 39: Porter's Five Forces Analysis Slide 40-44: Competitive Benchmarking Slide 45: Major Public Companies - Summary Slide 46-53: Major Public Companies Slide 54: Major Private Companies - Summary Slide 55-95: Major Private Companies Trade Fairs & Events Slide 96: Trade Fairs & Events Recent Transactions Slide 97: Recent Investments and Partnerships Strategic Insights Slide 98-99: Strategic Insights Appendix Slide 100-101: Appendix
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Introduction 1. Health Infrastructure - Government and Private Drivers & Challenges 2. Comparison of Treatment Costs 3. Ideal Healthcare Infrastructure 4. Current Infrastructure Deficit - 2011 Competitive Landscape 5. Public Trading Comparables (FY 2013) 6. Company Profiles (All Companies) a. Company Information b. Products and Services c. Key People d. Financial Summary (Only Public Companies) e. Shareholders of the Company (Only Private Companies) Except Care Hospitals Pvt. Ltd. f. Key Ratios Except Care Hospitals Pvt. Ltd. g. Business Highlights Trade Fairs & Events 7. List of Trade Fairs and Events Recent Transactions 8. Recent Investments 9. Partnerships Appendix 10. Appendix 11. Sources of Information
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