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This report covers the Indian Medical tourism market. India with
advanced medical services paired with exotic natural bounties has
become a heaven for medical tourists. The Medical Tourism Industry
in India is all set to be the next big success story after software in
India. According to the prediction of the Confederation of Indian
Industry (CII) and McKinsey, the industry will grow to earn
additional revenue of $2.3 billion by 2012.

Medical Tourism in India can contribute Rs. 50 to 100 bn additional
revenue for up market tertiary hospitals by 2012, and will account
for 3-5 percent of the total healthcare delivery market, says the
Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)-McKinsey study on healthcare.
The Indian medical tourism industry, growing at an annual rate of 30
percent, caters to patients chiefly from the US, Europe, West Asia
and Africa. Although in its nascent stage, the industry is outsmarting
similar industries of other countries such as Greece, South Africa,
Jordan, Malaysia, Philippines and Singapore.

Table of contents :

Executive Summary
Industry Overview
Usage segment
Clinical Treatments:
Holistic Healing:
Usage behavior trend
Market Size
Market Structure & Segmentation
Key Players
Key Drivers
Key Challenges / Barriers
Key Opportunities
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For more details contact:

Aarksore Enterprise
Marketing team
Tel: +919272852585
Mob.No.918149852585
Email: enquiry@aarkstore.com
Website: www.aarkstore.com

				
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Description: This report covers the Indian Medical tourism market. India with advanced medical services paired with exotic natural bounties has become a heaven for medical tourists.