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Medical Tourism :

Medical Tourism State Institute of Health and Family Welfare, Jaipur

Medical Tourism – “Wealth within Health”:

Medical Tourism – “Wealth within Health” Medical Tourism - provision of 'cost effective' private medical care in collaboration with the tourism industry for patients needing surgical and other forms of specialized treatment. WHO defines it as Medical care Sickness & well-being Rehabilitation & recuperation Growing worldwide, billion dollar industry SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 2

Historical Perspective:

Historical Perspective Neolithic & Bronze Age Middle Ages 16 th century 17 th /18 th century 19 th century 20 th century Mineral & Hot Spring visits Thermal Springs “Fountain of Youth” Spa Sea & Mountain Air (TB sanitarium) “Health Farms” or “Fat Farms” Not a recent phenomenon, people have been traveling to far off lands to improve their health for centuries 21 th century Bariatric Surgery SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 3

Need:

Need Inadequate medical facilities in home country Lack of experience or expertise Overburdened hospitals and doctors resulting in long waiting period for treatment Rising costs Increasing insurance costs SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 4

Countries promoting Medical Tourism:

Countries promoting Medical Tourism SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 5

Cost: India v/s …..:

Cost: India v/s ….. India 450000 in 2007 Cost: 20 % of US Dental, Cosmetic, Cardiac Thailand 410000 in 2006 Cost :35% of US Singapore 410000 in 2006 Cost:35% of US Source: ‘Medical Tourism, Consumers in Search of Value’, Deloitte Center for Health Solutions. Brazil Cost: 45-50% of US Cosmetic surgery SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 6

Issues for Treatment in Different Countries:

Issues for Treatment in Different Countries SAARC, Africa, Middle East No advance care available e.g Afghanistan, Nepal and Bangladesh etc Limited specialized care WEST Long waiting time - UK Insurance unaffordable - US Private hospitals very expensive SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 7

Solution:

Solution Patients are increasingly traveling to countries such as India which offer: Unmatched expertise World-class treatment and facilities Affordable prices No waiting time for treatment SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 8

Current Scenario:

Current Scenario Medical tourism industry is growing leaps and bounds and is estimated to be US $ 40 billion. Asia – Worth US $4 billion by 2012 India – Worth US $2.2 billion by 2012 SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 9

Economics of Medical Tourism:

Economics of Medical Tourism Medical Tourism Industry $333 million (Rs. 1,450 crore ) Expected to grow at an annual growth rate of 37% from 2009-2012 (CII, Dec.2009) Expected to generate a revenue of US $ 350 million by 2013 (World Travel Market, Nov. 2009) SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 10

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Medical tourism could account for 3-5% of the total healthcare delivery market. Health procedures across world show 200-800% cost difference SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 11

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Health care spending in India to increase from Rs. 86,000 crores (2000-2001) to Rs. 200,000 + crores by 2012. Private Health care share will form the largest of this @ Rs.156,000 crores and growth will be driven by rising life style diseases. SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 12

Anatomy of Medical Value Travel (Economic Potential) :

Anatomy of Medical Value Travel ( Economic Potential) Travel tourism + pleasure, physical & mental relaxation + value addition of medical treatment at lowest cost Medical Tourism SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 13

Recession in USA - Will it affect Medical Tourism market in India ? :

Recession in USA - Will it affect Medical Tourism market in India ? No There are almost 50 million Americans with no health insurance Canada - > 700000 patients waiting for procedures/surgery for > 6 months- 1yr It can have a very positive impact on tourism industry in India for hospital & allied healthcare industry who position themselves in the right direction . SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 14

Why India?:

Why India? SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 15

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India: Medical Tourism Destination 2009 Conference, Canadians lauded Indian hospitals, doctors and after-care as among "the very best in the world", who has just returned from India after a successful spine surgery: "I would recommend India to anyone in a heart-beat. Indian doctors have changed my life for the better”, said Doug Antoniak who had two unsuccessful surgeries in Canada earlier. Paid $40,000 for the surgery, airfare, five-star accommodation and 45-day after-care. SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 16

India-An Attractive Healthcare Destination:

India-An Attractive Healthcare Destination India is rated amongst the world’s “must see top ten destination” by Conde Naste (international magazine) ‘First World treatment’ at “Third World Prices”. SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 17

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Tourist Interest: 5000 year old civilization Renowned for Historical, Cultural and Religious diversity Diverse geographical landmarks; vast coastline Traditional arts and crafts Vibrant democracy: Freedom for citizens; empowered women population India proactively talking to Foreign Insurance companies to treat their beneficiaries in India Cashless benefits Hassle Free SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 18

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Alternative Medicine Proposition: Ancient Ayurvedic stream of medicines Rejuvenation alternatives: Kerala’s health retreats Naturopathy and Yoga SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 19

India: Special Features:

India: Special Features 20 India has world class corporate hospitals and excellent treatment Centres in the world. Large pool of doctors, nurses & paramedics Internationally qualified & experienced specialists Immediate attention / treatment / surgery Best nursing care with compassion Holistic medicinal services Language not a barrier - English widely spoken SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution

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Hospital infrastructure & technology par with USA, UK & other European countries Increase in use of Computerized Hospital Information Systems Software technologists facilitating tech revolution in healthcare State-of-the-art medical establishments of great repute Quality medical services at 1/10 th costs Low medication cost Strong Pharma Sector gaining world recognition Fast emerging as major Drug R&D Center Strong generic drugs business Low cost of drug development in India SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 21

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Complicated surgical procedures possible at 1/10 th the cost No waiting lists Success rate - India - 98.7% - US - 97.5% SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 22

Medical Treatment cost (US$):

Medical Treatment cost (US$) Procedure USA INDIA THAILAND Bone marrow transplant 2,50,000 69,000 - Cataract 2000 1250 - Liver transplant 3,00,000 69,000 - Heart Bypass 133,000 7,000 22,000 Heart valve replacement with bypass 140,000 9,500 25,000 Hip replacement 57,000 7,020 12,700 Knee replacement 53,000 9,200 11,500 Face lift 16,000 4,800 5,000 Lap. Gastric bypass 52,000 9,300 13,000 SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 23

Strengths :

Strengths Ultra-competitive cost advantage No waiting period At par with best hospitals in developed nations. largest Human Resource pool of world class experts Indian doctors are among the best in the world. Holistic medical destination - Ayurveda , Yoga, Homeopathy Therapeutic Massage Easier to communicate- English speaking staff An exotic tourist destination A strong political commitment SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 24

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JCI (Joint Commission International) accredited Hospitals Apollo Hospital, Chennai Apollo Hospital, Hyderabad Asian Heart Institute, Mumbai Fortis Hospital, Mohali Indraprastha Apollo Hospital Satguru Partap Singh Apollo Hospital, Punjab Shroff Eye Hospital, Mumbai Wockhardt Hospital, Mumbai SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 25

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NABH Accreditated Hospitals B.M. Birla Heart Research Centre, Kolkata MIMS Hospital (MIMS Ltd.), Calicut Kerala Institute of Medical Science, Thiruvananthapuram Max Super Speciality Hospital, New Delhi Max Devki Devi Heart & Vascular Institute, New Delhi Moolchand Hospital, New Delhi Narayana Hrudayalaya , Bangalore Dr. L. H. Hiranandani Hospital, Mumbai Fortis Hospital, Noida Sagar Apollo Hospital, Bangalore Columbia Asia Medical Centre – Hebbal , Bangalore SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 26

Medical Tourism as an Industry: A Policy commitment:

Medical Tourism as an Industry: A Policy commitment India’s National Health policy 2002 says: “To capitalize on the comparative cost advantage enjoyed by domestic health facilities in the secondary and tertiary sector, the policy will encourage the supply of services to patients of foreign origin on payment. The rendering of such services on payment in foreign exchange will be treated as ‘deemed exports’ and will be made eligible for all fiscal incentives extended to export earnings”. Source: “Policy Framework for Reforms in Health Care”, drafted by the Prime Minister’s Advisory Council on Trade and Industry, headed by Mukesh Ambani and Kumaramangalam Birla . SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 27

Tourist Influx:

Tourist Influx 1.5 lacs in 2002 ($ 300 million), 4.5 lacs foreign medical tourists in 2007, CII) for: Dental Cosmetic Cardiac Bariatric Non-conventional therapies SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 28

Medical Tourists:

Medical Tourists Source: www.indiahealth care. in SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 29

Global Medical Tourism:

Global Medical Tourism Country No. of Foreigners Treated From Money Earned (US$ mn ) Strength Thailand 600000 US, UK 470 Cosmetic surgery, Organ transplant, Dental treatment, Joint replacements Jordan 126000 Middle East 600 Organ transplant, Fertility treatment, Cardiac care India 100000 Middle East, Bangladesh, UK, Developing countries NA Cardiac car, Joint replacements, Lasik Malaysia 85000 US, Japan, Developing countries 40 Cosmetic surgery South Africa 50000 US, UK NA Cosmetic surgery, Lasik, Dental treatment SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 30

What a Medical tourist needs:

What a Medical tourist needs Best intervention On priority- no waiting Cost effective care with Human touch Smooth immigration and emigration Excellent Hospitality- Reception & Departure Reasonably good Hotels / housing in Hospitals Subsidized stay for attendants Money exchanging facility Insurance cover Communication facility Good & Hygienic food Opportunity to explore Nature & Culture SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 31

Concerns of Patients:

Concerns of Patients Financial Aspect Quality Treatment Aspect Ground Logistics Aspect Psychological Aspect SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 32

Concerns for travelling patients:

Concerns for travelling patients Identification and evaluation of hospitals and doctors for treatment. Comprehensive coordination of travel, stay, treatment, recuperation etc. Lack of ground level information and reality check. Lack of knowledge of local customs, traditions and dos & don'ts. Apprehension to travel to an unknown place for treatment. SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 33

Concerns:

Concerns Inadequate Cover Underdeveloped Insurance Frauds No Global Players Medical Insurance Overseas companies refuse reimbursement Instability Terrorism Prone Communal Unrest Connectivity No Flights!! Bad Roads Backward Negative Perceptions Hygiene/Unsanitary Pollution Backward & Bureaucratic Accreditation No Uniformity ISO, CRISIL, ICRA WEST: JCAHO Consumers point of view SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 34

Industry Issues:

Industry Issues SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 35

Facilitating Health care consumerism in India:

Facilitating Health care consumerism in India SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 36 Rising Income Insurance Coverage Increasing Awareness Quality Consciousness Preventive Focus on Health New Healthcare Service Delivery Mechanisms Quality improvement & standardization Enhance Accountability of Services by Providers Better Evaluation of Clinical & Non-clinical decisions Healthcare Consumerism

Perceived Punctuations:

Perceived Punctuations Infrastructure Integrity- Standards of care, Accreditation Insurance Internal brain drain to Corporate sector Civic amenities- "In a corporate hospital, once the door is closed you could be in a hospital in America.” SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 37

Weaknesses:

Weaknesses Lack of any conscious and well-founded efforts to market medical tourism No Uniform Standards in Fee and Procedures Accreditation System missing No policy in place No support from Foreign Insurance companies No coordination with Hospitality industry SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 38

Threats:

Threats Poor / unhygienic Food handling Poor connectivity to Medical centers Poor water / power supply Insurance frauds Air connectivity and Air ports Visa procedures Limited Players SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 39

Sector Symbiosis in Medical Tourism :

Sector Symbiosis in Medical Tourism Medical & Health Tourism Aviation/ Surface transport Hospitality Marketing Finance Banking IT & Communication Media & Advertising Local bodies SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 40

Stakeholders -Collectively they will :

Stakeholders -Collectively they will Medical professionals Travel agents Air lines operators Hoteliers Tour operators Media and Advertising agencies Bio-medical engineers Bankers SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 41

Medical Tourism Landscape:

Medical Tourism Landscape As Medical Tourism Landscape takes shape, a number of stakeholders in this market are emerging and defining their role and value to the market Consumers Employers Health Plans Medical Facilitators Hotel Groups Expanded traditional role Facilitator between patient and provider Travel Agencies Expanded traditional role Leverage logistics expertise for tour plans Medical Travel Planners Full-time, focused business on Medical Tourism Representative aids patient in finding medical treatment May offer pay or supported products Provider Groups Dedicated clinical programs for international patients Country support may range from marketing to infrastructure investing

What do we need to Promote Medical Tourism:

What do we need to Promote Medical Tourism Resource mapping Nature of services on offer Uniformity of Standards & Charges Accreditation System Communication Marketing with Packages SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 43

Information & communication on-:

Information & communication on- Areas where we excel Human resource at par with best Technology edge Cost (almost 1/5- 1/10 of west) Waiting time (1 million waiting to be operated in UK) Packages that can be offered Care with human touch SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 44

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Packages that can be offered- Air ticketing/ Visa Receiving & Transfers to Hotels/ Hospital Booking with hotels Appointment with Hospitals based on History/ Choice / Cost Insurance and Medico-legal issues Recovery and rejuvenation Holidaying Follow-up Departure SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 45

Developing linkages calls for:

Developing linkages calls for Government commitment Land/ water/ Power subsidy Creating a Cell for Medical Tourism with participation of Tour operators Ticketing Agents Airlines Medical entrepreneurs Finance Cottage industry Travel Agencies Interaction with corporate Medical Sector SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 46

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All India Heart Foundation, 4874, Ansari Nagar, 24, Dariya Ganj , New Delhi - 110002 Apollo Heart Hospitals, 21 Greams Lane, Off Greams Road, Channai - 600006., Tel: 91-11-8277447, 8240200. Fax: 91-44-8324429, Apollo Hospitals, Jubilee Hills, Hyderbad - 500034, Tel: 91-40-238050. Bangalore Hospital Ltd. Vijaya Mallaya Hospital, No. 2 Vittal Mallaya Road, Bangalore - 560001 Batra Hospital & Medical Research Centre, 1, Tughlakabad Institutional Area, M.B. Road, New Delhi - 110062. Tel: 91-11-6983747, 6982455. Major Players SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 47

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Breach Candy Hospital & Research Centre, 60, Bhulabhai Desai Road, Bombay - 400028 Calcutta Imaging Institute, 54, Jawahar Lal Nehru Road, Calcutta - 700071 CDR Groups of Hospitals, CDR heart Institute, Hyderabad - 500029 Choithram Hospital & Research Centre, Manik Bagh Road, Indore - 452001 Chandigarh Neurological Research Centre, 156-158, Sector 170C, Chandigarh. SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 48

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Christian Medical College Heart Research Centre, Christian Medical College, Ludhiana - 141008 Christian Medical College 7 Hospital, Vellore - 362004, Tel: 91-416-22102 East Coast Hospital Ltd.133, Hundred Feet Road, Natesan Nagar, Pondicherry Dayanad Medical College & Hospital, Post Box No. 265, Ludhiana - 141001 Deccan Hospitals, Deccan Hospital Corporation Ltd. 1-11-252/11/1, Begumpet , Hyderabad - 500016 Diwan Chand Satya Pal Aggarwallmaging Research Centre, 10-B, Kasturba Gandhi Marg , New Delhi - 110001 SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 49

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Down Town Hospital Pvt. Ltd. Gaha Lodge, Guwahati - 781001 Dr. Balabhai Nanavati Hospital, S.V.Road , Vile Park (West), Mumabi - 400056 Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Vaidyakiya Pratishthan's Dr. Hedgewar Hospital, Sindhuteer , Bhagyanagar , Aurngabad - 431001 Guwahati Neurological Research Centre Pvt. Ltd. Dispur - Guwahati , Assam - 781006 Indian Cancer Society, Delhi Branch, B-82, Defence Colony, New Delhi - 110024 Institute of Cardio-Vascular Diseases, 4-A, Jayalalitha Nagar, Mogappair , Chennai - 600050, Tel: 91-44-6259801 (10 lines). Fax: 91-44-6259804. SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 50

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Jaslok Hospital & Res, Centre, 15, Dr. Go Deshmukh Marg , Mumbai - 400026 Kasturba Medical College, Madhava Nagar, Manipal , Karnataka - 576119 Kasturba Medical College, Manipal , Udupi Distt . 576199. Key Pee Kay Medical Services (P) Ltd. 43, Second Main Road, Raja Annamalai Puram , Madras - 28 Lady Willington Nursing Home, 21, Pycrofts Garden Road, Chennai-06 Lion's Cancer Detection Centre Trust, Govt. Medical College Campus, Majura Gate, Surat - 395001 Madras Medical Mission, Instt . Of C.V. Diseases, 180-N.S.K., Salai , Chennai-26 SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 51

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Manipal Hospital, 98, Rustom Bagh , Airport Road, Bangalore - 560017 Medwin Hospitals, Jaya Diagnostic & Research Centre Ltd. 100, Raghave Ratna Towers, Chirag Ali Lane, Hyderabad - 500001 Meenakshi Mission Hospital and R.C. Lake Area, Malur Road, Madurai-01 Meherbai Tata Memorial Hospital, Stocking Road, Jamshedpur - 8310001 M.I. Diagnostic and Research Centre. B-22, Kailash Colony, New Delhi - 110048 Nanda Hospital and Scan Research Centre Pvt. Ltd. 0/63, Doctor's Coloney , Kankar Bagh , Patna - 20 SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 52

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National Heart Institute, 49, Community Centre, East of Kailash , New Delhi – 65 Navin Chand Nanda National Instt . Of Echo-cardiology and Cardiac Research, Mool Chand , R.R. Research, Hospital, Lajapat Nagar-III, New Delhi - 110024 P.D. Hinduja National Hospital And Medical Research Centre, Veer Sayarkar Marg , Mahim , Mumbai - 400016 Parent's Association Thalassemic Unit Trust (Regd.), St. George's Hospital, Mumbai-400001 Peerless Hospital and Research Centre Ltd. 360, Panchasayar , Garia , Calcutta-84, West Bengal SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 53

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Ramachandra Educational & Health Turst , 25, Sir C.V. Raman Road, Alwarpet , Madras - 600018 Ramakrishan Mission Hospital, OP RK Mission, Itanager - 791113, Arunachal Pradesh. Sir Gangaram Hospital, Sir Gangaram Hospital Marg , New Delhi - 110060 St. John's Medical College Hospital, Sarjah Pur Road, Bangalore - 5600034 St. Stephen's Hospital, Tis Hazari , Delhi - 110054 SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 54

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Suniti Devi Singhania Hospital & MRC, New Hind House, N. Morarjee Marg , Ballard Estate, Mumabi - 400038 Tamil Nadu Hospital Ltd. No. 18th East Street, Kamraj Nagar, Thiruvamayur , Madras-41 The Heart Instt . Vijaya Health Centre, Vijaya Gardens, N.S.K. Salai , Vadapalani , Madras - 26 Vijay Mallaya Hospital Ltd. Mc.Dowell , No. 17, Richmond Road, Bangalore - 25 SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 55

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Realized potential India emerges as major medical tourism destination Spin-off GDP Growth Employment in Healthcare Sector Employment in Tourism Industry Overall Growth in Commerce Reversal & Arrest of Brain Drain Stimulus to Pharmaceuticals Industry Growth in Insurance Industry Better medical facilities for larger population Catalyzes India to the Club of Global Leaders Way Forward (For Success) SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 56

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Way Forward (Potential + Improvements) Doctors & Paramedics Expertise Recognized Cost Advantage Language Skills Vibrant Industries IT Strength Management Skills Pharmaceutical Industry Tourism Potential Service Industry Mindset Potential Uniform Medical Education Standards Industry Accreditation Standards Mandatory Accreditation of all Colleges & Hospitals Target-oriented Infrastructure Investment More Medical, Nursing colleges and Hospitals Regulatory Bodies with Teeth Government soft loan to Private Players Tax Holiday & Further Duty Roll Back Apex Industry body under Union List Greater Industry & Govt. Interaction Medical Insurance Reforms Seamless Single-Window Facility to Tourists Govt. sell India as Medical Tourism Destination Future focus SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 57

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The caveats India is emerging as an attractive, affordable destination for healthcare but there are some constraints for e.g. Infrastructure/facilities need to be improved Staff in attendance need to be better trained to serve Image of India needs to be enhanced Overall service needs to be improved Much needs to be done SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 58

Growth Barriers:

Growth Barriers SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 59

Need of the hour :

Need of the hour Uniform price band in major specialties to be made public This would facilitate foreign patients seeking treatments in India Accreditation of hospitals Undertake international marketing campaign Establish Indian healthcare as safe & trustworthy Road shows, exhibitions in targeted countries Streamline immigration process for medical visitors SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 60

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Develop Joint Ventures with like minded companies for exchange of expertise & knowledge Collaboration for training of hospital staff Indian specialists as consultants abroad etc. Development of high quality convalescing homes – good after care Air capacity allowed to be increased Patients should not wait for weeks to avail treatment SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 61

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Medical Tourism: Prospects in Rajasthan

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Rajasthan: Tourist Influx:

Rajasthan: Tourist Influx Tourists in 2007 Number Share to India Domestic Tourists 25920529 4.9 Foreign Tourists 1401042 10.6 Source: Tourist Data Bank SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 64

Rajasthan: Med. Tourism Facilitators:

Rajasthan: Med. Tourism Facilitators Investment Opportunities in Health Sector (PPP) Policy to promote private investment in Health sector-2006 Tourism Policy (27-9-2001). Hotel policy-2006 replaced by Raj Tourism Unit policy 2007 36000 hotel rooms (2007) Investment Policy(2010) Land Conversion exempted from conversion and development fees Land for tourism at industrial rates “ Padharo Sa” intervention strategy SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 65

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Major tourist destination Well linked by Air-Rail-Road Palace on Wheels Royal Rajasthan on Wheels Presence of good Health care Infrastructure Presence of private Sector Major Ayurveda destination Pioneer in Stem cell research and application (2 nd Renal transplant in the world-Sep. 2010) SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 66

Tourist Attractions:

Tourist Attractions Heritage, vibrant art & culture, safaris, sand dunes, lush forests and wildlife-makes it destination nonpareil. Diverse tourist destinations Forts/Palaces/ Havelis Desert Lakes Wildlife Oldest mountain range SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 67

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SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 68 Number of Doctors- 26592 Number of Nurses ANM - 22239 GNM - 37667 LHV - 850 Pharmacists - 18214 Health Manpower (2008) Sub centers - 11487 PHC - 1504 CHC - 368 District Hospitals - 33 Sub Divisional Hospitals - 11 Satellite Hospitals - 9 Medical Colleges – 10 Source: NHP 2008 (CBHIDGHS) www.rajmedical.raj.nic.in Health sector: Rajasthan

Key Players:

Hospital Merits Key Features Fortis Escorts Hospital Multi Super Specialty Hospital Focus on super specialties of Cardiac Sciences, Neurosciences, Renal Sciences GI Diseases S.K Soni Hospital Rajasthan’s first ISO 9001 certified multi speciality corporate hospital Linear accelerator Trauma Spine Cardiology Cancer Santokba Durlabhji Memorial Hospital Largest private sector multi specialty hospital 400 beds ISO 2002 approved Multidiscipline setup Cardiology Orthopedics Rehabilitatation Bhagwan Mahaveer Cancer Hospital & Research Centre Cancer super specialty Key Players SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 69

Alternative Medicine Centers:

Alternative Medicine Centers SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 70

Support Infrastructure:

Support Infrastructure Airports A total of 6 airports with international airport All airlines present Connected to almost all major cities International flights to Dubai, and Sharjah . Rail & Road Total length of the national highways -5585 km 722 km of Golden Quadrilateral (Delhi-Mumbai stretch) passes through Rajasthan. about 45% of the area under Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor, proposed alongside the Dedicated Rail Freight Corridor, will pass through Rajasthan. Total length is 6559.546 kms out of which 2575.03 is broad gauge Power Total power generation capacity in the State is 6223 MW State plans to add 1180 MW in the state sector and 2000 MW in the private sector by 2012 Three new power units have recently been commissioned SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 71

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Wind State is among one of the leading producers of wind power in India An installation of 645 MW State’s capacity has been estimated to generate 5,400 megawatts energy Thermal Non conventional sources of energy like gas, lignite, solar or thermal, water and wind are used extensively in Rajasthan. 72 per cent of Rajasthan’s electricity generation capacity is based on thermal power or energy Major plants – Suratgarh , Kota SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 72

Policy Initiatives :

Policy Initiatives Immediate Objective Quality Health care World class infrastructure Reasonable Cost Inherent Objective Promote Public Private Partnership Ultimate Objective Promotion of Medical Tourism SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 73

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Simple & Transparent Time bound disposal (90 days) Rebate gradient Customized Package for- Corporate Health Bodies Facilities in places of Tourism importance Procedure: SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 74

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Land Allotment: Graded Rebate (Zero to 75%) Rebate linked to: Size of Investment Geographical area Hospitals in places of Tourism importance Rebate & Concessions: SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 75

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Tax exemptions: Electricity Duty (50% for 7 yrs.) Stamp Duty (50%) Land conversion (50%) Rebate & Concessions: SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 76

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Super specialty Hospitals Medical Colleges Dental Colleges General Hospitals Support Units Policy’s Priority: SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 77

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Thank You For more details log on to www.sihfwrajasthan.com or Contact: Director-SIHFW on sihfwraj@yahoo.co.in SIHFW: An ISO:9001:2008 Certified Institution 78

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