Foreign Direct Investments (FDI) in the hospitals and diagnostic center segment has reached a new high in India. India is already charged in this route as evident from the 100% allowance of FDI in the hospital segment under automatic route, since January 2000. Interestingly, it has also been noticed that foreign players and NRIs are showing significant interest in the Indian healthcare market. There is also an increasing interest among private equity funds, domestic and international financial institutions, venture capitalists, and banks to examine investment opportunities across an extensive range of segments. Further, according to a new research by RNCOS, “Indian Hospital Services Market Outlook”,
with growing foreign investment, the hospital services market in India is expected to witness an impressive growth at a CAGR of around 21% during 2010-2015.
The hospital care segment holds a major share of the healthcare industry outpacing the overall industry growth. The demand for hospital services has been consistently soaring in the country, with every class of the society showing firm belief in quality and standard of healthcare. Realizing the continuous inflating demand, many investors worldwide have expressed their keenness towards investment in the Indian hospital service market.
The report by RNCOS provides extensive information and rational analysis of the Indian hospital sector. It also provides a prudent analysis of the factors that are driving growth in the industry, taking into consideration the existence of various challenges confronting the current scenario. Analysis and statistics regarding market size, growth, share, segmentation and geographic distribution have been thoroughly analyzed to present a comprehensive overview of the market. The industry estimate presented in the report is based on numerous economic models together with correlation and regression analysis and most significantly judgmental analysis of our team of industry experts.
A section on recent industry developments along with information about the key players has also been included in the report to provide a balanced outlook of the Indian hospital services sector.
As forecasting method is the sum of statistical as well as judgmental analysis, it is free from all kinds of biases and reflects a true picture of the industry.
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