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Healthcare an unprecedented opportunity

HealthcareAn Unprecedented Opportunity


Healthcare

  • India - An Overview

  • Market and Growth Potential

  • Players

  • Opportunities

  • Why India?

  • Contact in India


India - An Introduction

  • Population

  • States/UTs

  • Geographical Area

  • Languages recognised

  • Business language

  • Per Capita Income**

  • GDP**

Over 1 bn

35

3.3 mn sq kms

22

English

US$ 534

US$ 650 bn

**(at factor cost & at current prices)

1USD=43.54 INR (as on July 4, 2005)

Source:CSO Statistics


India - Fast pace Growth

  • Largest democracy

  • 4th largest economy by PPP index

  • 6th largest energy consumer

  • ForEx reserves skyrocket from US$ 42 bn (2001) to

    US$ 133 bn (February, 2005)

  • GDP growth to continue between 6-8%

  • 3rd largest economy by 2050: Goldman Sachs

  • Leading in IT & BPO

  • Oil & Gas and Biotechnology sunrise industries


India - Leading the world

  • Hero Honda - largest manufacturer of motorcycles

  • Moser Baer - among the top three media manufacturers

    in the world

  • Pharmaceutical Industry - 4th largest in world

  • Walmart, GAP, Hilfiger sources more than

    USD 1bn worth apparel from India

  • 100 Fortune 500 have set R&D facilities in India

    including GE, Delphi, Eli Lilly, HP, Heinz and Daimler

    Chrysler


Healthcare

  • India - An Overview

  • Market and Growth Potential

  • Players

  • Opportunities

  • Why India?

  • Contact in India


Healthcare Delivery Market

Sector

Direct employment

Revenues/GDP

Million, 2000-2001

Per cent, 2000-2001

Healthcare

Education

Retail banking

Power

Railways

Telecom

Hotels, restaurants

IT

Revenues Largest service industry

Employment Second largest after education

Source: National Accounts Statistics, 2001; Manpower profile; CBHI; McKinsey analysis


Healthcare Delivery Market Size

US$ 18.7 bn

2000-01

5.2% of GDP

US$ 45 bn

2012 (projected)*

8.5% of GDP

  • Growing at 13% p.a

  • Expected to grow at 15% over next 4-5 years

* Source: CII – McKinsey


Rising Healthcare Spending

5.2% of GDP

Total Healthcare market

Healthcare delivery market

Pharma market

India spent US$ 22.4 billion on healthcare (2001)


Household - Major Consumer

Direct household spend

Private/social/ community insurance

Employer’s spend

Government’s spend

Two-thirds of healthcare spending is out-of-pocket

100% = USD 1,830 million

Source:NSSO;CMIE;NCAER;Annual Reports;Govt Budgets;Economic Survey 2000-01

Out-of-pocket

Prepayment

2000-01


Healthcare - Private sector Dominates

Government & public employers

Private providers

In terms of delivery, private providers capture 63%

of US$ 1,830 million spend

Source: CII -McKinsey

100% = USD 1,830 million


Health Insurance in India

  • Liberalising insurance sector

  • Multinationals building local partnerships


Health Insurance in India

  • Health insurance cover 3 - 4 % of

    1 billion population

  • Growth of insurance cover 100%

    in last 2 years


Healthcare

  • India - An Overview

  • Market and Growth Potential

  • Players

  • Opportunities

  • Why India?

  • Contact in India


MNCs in India

Philips emerging as number two in

Indian medical systems market

Siemens leading manufacturer of medical

equipment

Drager Medical joint venture between Dragerwerk

AG AG and Siemens AG

Wipro GE largest medical systems sales &

Medical Systems service provider in India

Proton Health entering India with digital health

Care monitoring devices


Healthcare

  • India - An Overview

  • Market and Growth Potential

  • Players

  • Opportunities

  • Why India?

  • Contact in India


Invest in India

India requires

US$ 25 billion

in fresh investments

over the next 8-10 years

Source: Indian Healthcare Federation, CII


Service providers

Manpower training

Infrastructure

Insurance

Materials

Curative and preventive in

primary, secondary and

tertiary care; rehabilitative-

geriartric and others

Doctors, managers, nurses,

technicians

Medical equipments &

service equipments

Hospitalisation

Medicines disposables

Invest in India


Preventive and curative care

Rising demand for multi and super-speciality services

Shift from infectious to lifestyle diseases

85% of inpatient spend on five categories

Cardiology, Oncology, Trauma, Acute Infections

and Maternity


Rising demand for quality healthcare

In ten years between 1993-94 and 2001-02, aggregate household expenditure on health services increased by an annual compounded rate of 9.3%


Corporatisation of Indian healthcare

Corporate hospitals 150

  • Private hospital beds 32% of total

  • hospital beds


Health Insurance - A vast untapped market

Only 2.5 million or .25%

of population insured

315 million people

in India can afford

insurance


Health Insurance - A vast untapped market

Projected insurance base

2005 30 million

2010 160 million

Source: India Country Commercial Guide 2002


Preventive healthcare

Addressable population for preventive

healthcare check-ups 160 million

Year - on - year growth more than 20-25%

over 2001-2003


Healthcare BPO - Promising dynamism

Medical billing

Claims adjudication

By 2008

USD 4.5 billion opportunity

employing 200,000 people*

Disease coding

Forms processing

*Source: NASSCOM


Telemedicine - Diversifying opportunity

  • Tap the large Indian landscape

  • Rural population of 650 million people


The Indian Biomedical Devices Market

  • Size US$ 1.5 billion

  • Growing demand for medical equipment


Healthcare

  • India - An Overview

  • Market and Growth Potential

  • Players

  • Opportunities

  • Why India?

  • Contact in India


Demographic Advantage

Growing

population

2.5%

annually

Expanding

working

population

group

65%

by 2020

Improving

life

expectancy

Age 15-54

2001 55%

2010 59%


Infrastructure

117 tertiary medical colleges and hospitals

1,200 ESI and PSU hospitals

Tertiary

Care

4,400 district hospitals

2,400 Community Health Centres

Secondary

Care

  • 23,000 Primary Health Centres

  • 132,000 Sub-centres

Primary

Care

  • 1500 urban health posts

Urban

Rural


Medical Tourism

  • Healthcare facilities - high quality at low cost

  • Edge in surgical treatment

Potential to earn USD 1 billion from medical travel


Cost Advantage

Treatment

India

US

Liver Transplant

40,000

5,00,000

Heart surgery

5,000 - 7,000

30,000

Bone Marrow Transplant

30,000

2,50,000

All figures in USD

Cost of advanced surgeries

in India is attractively low compared to US


Quality Advantage

Services and facilities in India

Low in cost

High on quality


Policy Advantage

Increase in 5% of GDP by 2010

health spend

Increasing budgetary Over 20 % per annum

allocation 2005

Union Budget Infrastructure status not conferred

2005-06

Custom Tariff on Rates reduced from20% to 15%

medical equipment

March2005


Healthcare

  • India - An Overview

  • Market and Growth Potential

  • Players

  • Opportunities

  • Why India?

  • Contact in India


Contact in India

Indian Healthcare Federation

c/o Confederation of Indian Industry

The Mantosh Sodhi Centre

23, Institutional AreaLodi RoadNew Delhi - 110 003.

Tel 00 91 11 2462 9994-97

Fax 00 91 11 2462 6149/2461 5693

E mail [email protected]


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