India Private Hospital Services Market Trends and Analysis

Over the years the share of the private sector in the provision of health care delivery has increased to more than 75% of all outpatient care and about 60% of all in-patient care. The presence of private sector is widespread across the entire Indian healthcare landscape from providing healthcare delivery services, entry of corporate groups in managing and creation of healthcare infrastructure and imparting quality medical education.

The private healthcare delivery model is distributed in hospitals, nursing homes (kind of small hospital operated by a doctor or a group of doctors) and outpatient clinics. Indian Hospital Services market is primarily dominated by private players and there are few big players present in the market making it an oligopoly market. Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd (Apollo), MAX Healthcare (MAX), Fortis Healthcare (Fortis), Global Hospitals (Global) and CARE Hospitals (CARE) are some of the leading players in Private Hospital Services market.

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The Private Hospital Services Market in India is expected to poise a high growth in future backed by increasing demand, favorable government policies and rising investment. Report highlights the expansion in Tier II cities as the next growth frontier for the private hospitals chains operating in India.

Research report gives detailed insight on the following aspects related to private hospital market in India:

·         India Hospital Services Market Overview

·         Public & Private Hospital Infrastructure

·         Human Resource

·         Investment & Expansion Plans by leading Private Hospital Chain

·         Demand in Tier II Cities: The New Growth Frontier for Private Hospitals

·         Emerging Trends

·         Key Challenges to be Resolved for Uninterrupted Growth

·         FDI Policy & Regulatory Framework

·         Competitive Landscape

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Table of Contents

1. India Hospital Service Market Overview

1.1 Public Sector
1.2 Private Sector

2. Hospital Service Market Infrastructure

2.1 Hospital Beds
2.2 Doctors
2.3 Dental Surgeon
2.4 Nurses
2.5 Pharmacists
2.6 Blood Banks

3. Private Healthcare City

3.1 Apollo Health City
3.2 Medanta Medicity
3.3 Chettinad Health City

4. Changing Patient Profiles - Transition from Chronic to Lifestyle Diseases

5. Private Hospital Services Market Trends

5.1 Entry of Corporate Groups
5.2 Hospitals & Outpatient Clinics in Tier II Cities
5.3 Specialty Hospitals
5.4 Increasing Medical Insurance Coverage
5.5 Demand for Quality Healthcare Services
5.6 Medical Tourism
5.7 Telemedicine
5.8 Hospital Information System
5.9 In House Pathological Services

6. Challenges to Be Resolved

7. Foreign Direct Investment in Hospitals

7.1 Regulation
7.2 Impact of FDI

8. Regulatory Framework

8.1 Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
8.2 Medical Council of India
8.3 Dental Council of India
8.4 Pharmacy Council of India
8.5 Indian Nursing Council
8.6 National Health Policy
8.7 National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers

9. Competitive Landscape

9.1 Apollo Hospitals Group
9.2 Fortis Healthcare
9.3 Max Healthcare
9.4 Wockhardt Hospitals
9.6 CARE Hospitals
9.7 Manipal Hospitals
9.8 Aravind Eye Hospital

List of Figures

Figure 1-1: Indian Healthcare Market Opportunity (US$ Billion), 2015 & 2020
Figure 1-2: Number of Public Hospitals & Beds*
Figure 1-3: Share of Private Sector in Outpatient & Inpatient Care
Figure 1-4: Number of Private Hospital & Beds
Figure 1-5: Private Hospital Distribution by Number of Beds
Figure 1-6: Private Hospital Services Market (US$ Billion), 2012-2015
Figure 2-1: Number of Public & Private Hospitals Beds*
Figure 2-2: Number of Government Hospitals Beds in Rural & Urban Areas
Figure 2-3: Distribution of Specialist Doctors in Urban, Semi-Urban & Rural Areas, 2011
Figure 2-4: Number of Registered Allopathic Doctors, 2008-2011
Figure 2-5- Number of Registered Dental Surgeons, 2008 & 2009
Figure 4-1: Number of Estimated Cases of Coronary Heart Disease in India 2000, 2005, 2010 & 2015
Figure 4-2: Number of Estimated Cases of Diabetes, 2000, 2005, 2010 & 2015
Figure 5-1: Demand for Beds & Hospitals in Tier II Cities
Figure 5-2: Demand for Outpatients & Specialty Clinics in Tier II Cities
Figure 5-3: Health Insurance Market (Billion US$), FY'12-FY'15
Figure 5-4: Medical Tourism Industry Opportunity (Million US$)
Figure 5-5: Telemedicine Market (US$ Million), 2012-2015
Figure 5-6: Private Hospital Information System Market Opportunity (Million US$), 2012-2015
Figure 5-7: Pathological Service Market (Billion US$), 2012-2015
Figure 5-8: Share of Organized & Unorganized Segment in Pathological Service Market
Figure 7-1: FDI in Hospital & Diagnostic Sector (Million US$), 2009-2011*

List of Tables

Table 2-1: Number of Government Hospitals Beds* in Rural & Urban Areas by State, 2010
Table 2-2: Number of Registered Allopathic Doctors by States, 2008-2011 
Table 2-3: Number of Registered Dental Surgeons by States, 2008 & 2009 
Table 2-4: Number of Registered Nurses by State, March'2011 
Table 2-5: Number of Registered Pharmacists by State, 2010 
Table 2-6: Number of Licensed Blood Banks by State, January'2011 
Table 4-1: Number of Estimated Cases of Coronary Heart Disease by Age Group ,2000 
Table 4-2: Number of Estimated Cases of Coronary Heart Disease by Age Group, 2005 
Table 4-3: Number of Estimated Cases of Coronary Heart Disease by Age Group, 2010 
Table 4-4: Number of Estimated Cases of Coronary Heart Disease by Age Group,2015 
Table 4-5: Number of Estimated Cases of Diabetes by Age Group, 2005 
Table 4-6: Number of Estimated Cases of Diabetes by Age Group, 2010 
Table 4-7: Number of Estimated Cases of Diabetes by Age Group, 2015