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Medical Tourism - Global Strategic Business Report

  • ID: 347975
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 47 Pages
  • Global Industry Analysts, Inc
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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Medical Tourism in US$ Million. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for select countries in Asia-Pacific. Annual forecasts are provided for the period of 2000 through 2010. The report profiles 33 companies including many key and niche players worldwide such as AIIMS, Apollo Hospitals, B.M Birla Heart Research Center, Breach Candy, Christian Medical College, Escorts Heart Institute and research, Hinduja Hospital, Indraprastha Medical Corporation, Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases, Jaslok Hospitals, Lilavati Hospital, Madras Institute of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (MIOT), Tata Memorial Hospital, Asian Hospital, Capitol Medical Center, The Medical City, National Kidney and Transplant Institute, Philippine Children’s Medical Center, Philippine Heart Center, St. Luke’s Medical Center, Bumrungrad International Hospital, The Bangkok Phuket Hospital, and The International Medical Center.

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1. Outlook II-1
Regional Analysis II-1
Increased Medical Awareness Drives Growth II-1
Private Sector Is Dominant II-1
Role of Government in Medical Tourism Industry II-2

2. Medical Tourism- An Overview II-3
What is Medical Tourism? II-3
Who Seeks Out and Where? II-3
Hospital Supply Chain and Logistics II-3
The Supply Chain Network for an International Patient II-4
Logistics Management II-4
Major Drivers to Medical Tourism II-4
Exorbitant Treatment Cost II-4
Demographics II-4
Long Waiting Periods II-4
Complementary Services II-5
Minimal Insurance Cover II-5
Information Sharing II-5
Inadequate Facilities at Home Country II-5
Issues Facing the Medical Tourism Industry II-5
Quality of Surgical Procedures II-5
Insurance Coverage II-5
Follow-Up Care II-6
Vague Malpractice Laws II-6
Strategies to Address Key Issues II-6
Accreditation II-6
Joint Ventures II-6
Recent Developments in the Medical Tourism Industry II-6
Taj to Ally with Apollo Group II-6
The Philippines Ministry Launches Medical Tourism Program II-6
World Healthcare Network Foray Indian Market II-7
Marbella Options to Offer Cosmetic Surgery Trips to Spain II-7
Plenitas Launches Medical Tourism Packages in Argentina II-7
Thailand Ministry to Increase Healthcare Spending II-7
Maharashtrian Government Unveils Medical Tourism Council II-7

3. Major Regional Markets II-8
US: Losing Out on Price II-8
Table 1: Cost of Various Medical Procedures
A Glance II-8
Canada II-8
Europe: Grappling With Poor Medical Facilities II-9
Table 2: Waiting Time for Select Medical Procedures in the UK II-9
Asia-Pacific: The Medical Tourists Hub II-9
Thailand II-9
Table 3: Estimated Cost of Select Medical Procedures in
Thailand II-10
India II-10
Table 4: Estimated Cost of Select Medical Procedures in
India II-11
Hubs of ‘Medical Excellence’ II-11
Kerala II-11
Punjab II-11
Maharashtra II-11
Karnataka II-12
The Indian Advantage II-12
Government to Boost Future Health Tourism Market II-12
Future Prospects II-13
Malaysia II-13
Initiatives by Malaysian Government II-13
Philippines II-14
Table 5: Estimated Cost of Select Medical Procedures in the
Philippines II-14
Taiwan II-15
Panama II-15
South Africa II-15
Singapore II-15
Rest of World II-15

4. Focus on Select Medical Service Providers II-16
AIIMS (India) II-16
Apollo Hospitals (India) II-16
B.M Birla Heart Research Center (India) II-16
Breach Candy (India) II-16
Christian Medical College (India) II-17
Escorts Heart Institute and research Center (India) II-17
Hinduja Hospital (India) II-17
Indraprastha Medical Corporation (India) II-17
Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases (India) II-17
Jaslok Hospitals (India) II-18
Lilavati Hospital (India) II-18
Madras Institute of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (MIOT) (India) II-18
Tata Memorial Hospital (India) II-18
Asian Hospital (Philippines) II-18
Capitol Medical Center (Philippines) II-19
The Medical City (Philippines) II-19
National Kidney and Transplant Institute (Philippines) II-19
Philippine Children’s Medical Center (Philippines) II-19
Philippine Heart Center (Philippines) II-20
St. Luke’s Medical Center (Philippines) II-20
Bumrungrad International Hospital (Thailand) II-20
The Bangkok Phuket Hospital (Thailand) II-20
The International Medical Center (Thailand) II-20

4. Market Analytics II-21
Table 6: Asia- Pacific Market for Medical Tourism
Past, Current & Future Analysis by Geographic Region -
Thailand, Malaysia, India, Singapore, and Rest of Asia-Pacific
Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in
US$ Million for Years 2000 through 2010 (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-21

Table 7: Asia-Pacific 10-Year Perspective for Medical Tourism
by Geographic Region
Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales
for Thailand, Malaysia, India, Singapore, and Rest of Asia-
Pacific for Years 2000, 2006 & 2010 (includes corresponding
Graph/Chart) II-21


1. All India Institute of Medical Sciences
AIIMS (India) IV-1
2. Apollo Hospital (India) IV-2
3. Asian Hospital (Philippines) IV-3
4. B.M.Birla Heart Research Centre (India) IV-3
5. Bombay Hospital (India) IV-4
6. Breach Candy Hospital (India) IV-4
7. Bumrungrad International Hospital (Thailand) IV-5
8. Capitol Medical Center (Philippines) IV-6
9. CARE Hospitals (India) IV-7
10. Christian Medical College (India) IV-7
11. East Avenue Medical Center (Philippines) IV-7
12. Escorts Heart Institute (India) IV-8
13. Hinduja Hospital (India) IV-8
14. Indraprastha Medical Corporation (India) IV-9
15. Jaslok Hospitals (India) IV-9
16. L.V. Prasad Eye Hospitals (India) IV-10
17. Lilavati Hospital (India) IV-10
18. Lung Center (Philippines) IV-10
19. Madras Institute of Orthopaedics and Traumatology
(India) IV-11
20. Makati Medical Center (Philippines) IV-11
21. Medical City (The) (Philippines) IV-12
22. National Healthcare Group (Singapore) IV-12
23. National Kidney and Transplant Institute (The)
(Philippines) IV-13
24. NM Excellence (India) IV-14
25. Philippine Childrens Medical Center (Philippines) IV-15
26. Philippine Heart Center (Philippines) IV-16
27. Raffles Hospital (Singapore) IV-16
28. St. Luke’s Medical Center (Philippines) IV-17
29. Tata Memorial Hospital (India) IV-17
30. The Bangkok Phuket Hospital (Thailand) IV-18
Phuket Health and Travel Co., Ltd. (Thailand) IV-18
31. The Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases (India) IV-19
32. The International Medical Centre (Thailand) IV-19
33. Wockhardt Hospitals (India) IV-20
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