The Hospital Market in India is a very potential market that has incessant possibility of growth due to continuous demand for quality healthcare service. Thus, there is tremendous growth prospect of the hospital market. India is reeling under the lack of adequate number of hospital beds in comparison to the demand it faces and the poor quality of public hospitals of the country.
The report begins with the introduction section that deals with the types and specifications of the hospitals followed by the standard healthcare infrastructure prevalent in India. The section is then followed by the Market Overview of the Hospital Market that has highlighted the current market scenario with the expected market size till the year 2016.
The report provides the driving factors that are encouraging the hospital market among which the shortage in adequate number of hospital beds in the country finds the most prominent position. The ever growing healthcare industry, growing affordability among people for better hospital care, growing medical tourism industry, increasing lifestyle diseases, changing demographic structure and growth in health insurance market happen to be the other significant reasons for driving ahead the hospital market.. The drivers have been analyzed with suitable examples. The key challenges include shortage of qualified medical professionals, lack of investment in IT infrastructure by hospitals and lack of foreign direct investment the country faces in the hospitals and diagnostic centres.
The next section deals with the role of government in helping to make the country's healthcare scenario better. The direct and indirect measures, financial incentives that help in growth of the private sector and public sector's plans of establishing new hospitals aimed for the underprivileged.
The following section deals with the trends prevalent in the hospital market. It includes emergence of Secondary Care Hospitals, growing interest of the foreign players to set up hospitals in India, joint ventures undertaken by public and private for improvement in healthcare standard of the country, funding of hospitals by Private Equity firms and the increasing prevalence of mobile hospitals to provide facilities to the under privileged, domestic hospitals offshore expansion along with telemedicine and health city emergence in hospital market.
The competition section gives overview of hospitals in the country that have grown over time segmented on the basis of region. It is then followed by some hospitals that have or will soon commence operation in 2012-13. The competition section is further provides an overview of the competitive landscape in the market. A Porters Five Forces Analysis has been incorporated for a brief but effective understanding of the market scenario. The section includes elaborate profile of the major players in the market incorporating the general company information, product lines and segmentation, the financials that is well analysed through key ratios thereby depicting the financial position of the company in terms of its revenue earning and profitability, business highlights and recent developments of the respective company for the major players in the market.
The strategic recommendations section focuses on some effective strategic decisions which can be taken up by players to increase their market shares. The recommendations provided at the end of the report can prove to be useful for the existing as well as potential entrants into the market.
- Table of Contents
Page 1: Executive summary
Page 2: Classification of type of hospitals
Page3: Indian healthcare infrastructure
Page 4: Indian Private Hospital Market - Overview, Size & Growth (Value: 2010-16e)
Drivers & Challenges
Page 5: Summary
Page 6-12: Drivers
Page 16: Summary
Page 17-19: Government role in hospital market
Page 20: Summary
Page 21-28: Recent trends
Page 29-32: Region wise major hospital profiles
Page 33: Hospitals commissioned for 2012-13
Page 34: Market Competition - Porter's Five Forces Analysis
Page 35: Summary: Major public players
Page 36-42: Major public players
Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd.
Fortis Healthcare (India) Ltd.
Page 43: Summary: Major private players
Page 44-55: Major private players
Max Healthcare Institute Ltd.
Wockhardt Hospitals Ltd.
Columbia Asia Hospital Private Ltd.
Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospitals
Page 56: Strategic Recommendations
Page 57: Appendix
- List of Figures
1. Public private share of hospitals (Percentage wise 2005 & 2015e)
2. Public private growth of hospitals (Percentage wise 2005 & 2015e)
3. Hospital Market - Market Size and Growth (Value-Wise, 2010 - 2016e)
4. Hospital Market - Segmentation (2010)
Drivers and Challenges
5. Country wise average number of beds per 1000 population - 2010
6. Healthcare industry market size (Value- Wise 2010 - 2020e)
7. Share of healthcare expenditure 2008-09 (Percentage - wise 2008 - 2009)
8. GDP Share in healthcare (Percentage - wise 2010-11 - 2025e)
9. Healthcare spending of average Indian households (Percentage - Wise 1995 - 2025e)
10. Growth in Annual Disposable Income (Value - Wise 2008 - 2011)
11. Medical Tourism market in India (Value - Wise 2010 - 2015e)
12. Growth in Health Insurance premium collection (Value - Wise 2008-09 - 2010-11)
13. Mounting Chronic Diseases ( Percentage - Wise 2005 - 2015e)
14. Population above 60 years in India ( Value -Wise 2005 - 2020e)
15. Aggregate consumption ( Percentage wise 2005 - 2025e)
16. Indian hospital expenditure structure
17. Bubble chart: Competitive summary of major public and private companies
18. Financial Snapshot
19. Key Business segments (only Public Players)
20. Key Geographic segments (only Public Players)
- List of Tables
1. Indian health infrastructure
Drivers & Challenges
2. Comparison of treatment costs between Indian and USA
3. Country wise comparison of doctor population ratio 2011
4. Reasons behind shortage of FDI inflows
Role of Government
5. Direct and indirect measures of Indian government in hospital market
6. Future plans of hospital establishment
7. Comparative study of hospital establishment cost
8. Hospital penetration in rural belts
9. Private equity transactions
10. Mobile hospital operation by hospitals
11. Telemedicine service by hospitals
12. Health City operation by hospitals
13. Region wise hospital profiles of India
14. Hospitals commissioned for 2012-13
15. Company profiles (All companies)
a. Company information
b. Products and services
c. Key people
d. Key Financial Performance Indicators
e. Key Ratios
f. Business Highlights
16. Ratio Calculations
- Companies Covered
1. Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd.
2. Fortis Healthcare (India) Ltd.
3. Max Healthcare Institute Ltd.
4. Wockhardt Hospitals Ltd.
5. Columbia Asia Hospital Pvt. Ltd.
6. Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospitals