Medical Tourism India Handbook 2017- 2nd Edition

mtih-2nd-edition

The India’s medical tourism market is expected to more than double in size from USD 3 billion at present to around USD 8 billion by 2020, a report says.

For 80% Medical Tourist cost is a major driver and our closest neighbors are not behind in offering this competitiveness. Though India is capitalizing  on it strengths  but we are also challenged  by our neighbors We have  best accredited facilities and top class doctors tackling the most complicated cases with utmost success rate. Today Africa, GCC and CIS regions (whose current share is just 30 per cent) present the maximum possible opportunity for the Indian healthcare sector. Medical tourists from these sectors currently favour the South East Asian medical corridors.

Reflecting the pulse of the vibrant industry, Healthcare Radius is bringing out the second edition of the medical tourism handbook- an over 100-page reference guide to the world of medical tourism. Releasing in April 2017, the 2nd edition promises to cover topics that will showcase Indian Hospitals as front runners in international medical tourism sector. Please read below

Contents of Handbook:

  • International healthcare buyers: How to find them
  • International – Building strategic relationship will emerging patient destinations
  • Sustainability in Medical Tourism
  • Spotlight on Maharashtra as emerging Medical Tourism destination
  • Hospitality in Medical  Tourism
  • AYUSH – Capitalizing the Potential in Medical Tourism
  • Medcase –Star doctors and path breaking medical feats in treating international patients
  • Lead conversions through global patient management services
  • Importance of accreditation in Medical Tourism
  • Mission driven strategies by hospitals in driving patient nos
  • Advanced Medical Technology and its impact on Medical Tourism – Radiology, CyberKnife, Stem Cell Treatment, Diagnostics etc

Target readership & Circulation: [Domestic + International]

4000 copies will be printed and circulated to targeted readers in India, these include Medical Tour operators, Facilitating companies, Insurance companies, Assistance companies, Foreign Embassies in India, Authoritative healthcare bodies and agencies in India, Tourism and Health Ministry etc. This year we are enhancing international readership, MTIH will be digitised and reach international operators, International Physicians in Africa, GCC , CIS and SAARC regions. Specials mailers will be designed to promote the handbook at international level

Advertising Opportunities:  Categories include

  • Presenting Sponsor
  • Specialty Hospital Partner
  • Section Sponsorship
  • Regular Advertisements
  • Booklet inserts
  • Innovations – Planner

We invite your participation and ardent supporting in making this industry initiative a grand success. We will be glad to address your queries if any.

Tushar Kanchan | Business Head

Email: tushar.kanchan@itp.com

Direct: +91 22 6154 6019 Mobile: +91 98214 59592
Notan Plaza, 3rd Floor, 898 Turner Road,
Bandra West,
Mumbai 400 050, India
Switchboard: +91 22 6154 6000

Advertisements

2 comments

  1. India has the potential of becoming major medical tourism hub of asia. The availability of world class hospitals, best doctors and comparatively economic treatment are the major factors. Government should take it as major growth prospect under tourism sector and promote it accordingly.

    Like

  2. Thanks for the post. Medical tourism is a growing sector in India. The most popular treatments sought in India by medical tourists are alternative medicine, bone-marrow transplant, cardiac bypass, eye surgery and hip replacement. India is known in particular for heart surgery, hip resurfacing and other areas of advanced medicine. Hospitals in India have a success rate of between 98 to 99% for heart surgery in India.

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s