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Understanding India’s Regional Health Markets

  • July 2013
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Understanding India’s Regional Health Markets lets you explore regional Indian markets to make a practical evaluation of opportunity and risk. Whether you are manufacturing or distributing locally, working through subsidiaries/partners or just assessing the potential, this fascinating report is a must-have resource to fully appreciate the diverse regional health environments in India.

Identifying opportunities in India’s rapidly expanding health economy requires detailed knowledge of the economic performance, health infrastructure and health personnel distribution at a state/territory level. Being able to see that in the context of neighbouring provinces and the national picture brings focus to areas of opportunity and need.

Any assessment of India’s health provision must consider the huge variations to be found in such a geographically diverse country where the population is distributed over 644,278 cities, towns and villages. Key questions asked and answered by this report include:

How is the population and wealth distributed?
Which states and territories produce the highest levels of GDP?
What is the primary and secondary health infrastructure in each region?
How is healthcare delivered?
What is the role played by private/government health provision at state level?
Which regions are better provided for and which still need investment?

India is the second-largest country in the world by population, and combines a wealth of climates, geographies and social differences - all of which help shape the healthcare market. While the industrialised states are making great advances in terms of the quality of care, the development of the private healthcare sector and in health education, other regions struggle to keep up. Challenges such as inadequate infrastructure and poor levels of education are key
barriers to the provision of care. But even on a state-by-state basis, there are pockets of abundance, and poverty. Overall, funding of the healthcare sector is low and in the short term at least, exclusion, rather than inclusion, will define
healthcare offerings.

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Table Of Contents

Understanding India’s Regional Health Markets


Political and Economic Background.2
Economy .4
Demographic Indicators. 7
Births 7
Deaths 7
Infant Mortality. 8
Life Expectancy at Birth. 8
Morbidity .9
Communicable Diseases. 9
Leprosy. 12
Tuberculosis 13
Vector Borne Diseases 13
Non-communicable Diseases 14
Blindness 14
Cancer 14
Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke . 15
Mortality 15
Healthcare Sector .17
Public Sector. 17
Department of Health and Family Welfare 17
National Rural Health Mission 18
Department of AYUSH 19
Private Sector . 19
Health Expenditure20
Latest Estimates 20
Primary Care.22
First Aid and Disaster Relief 23
Hospital Facilities 24
Public Hospitals and CHCs 24
Private Hospitals and Clinics . 26
Apollo Hospitals Group 27
Fortis Healthcare. 28
Max Healthcare . 28
Wockhardt Hospitals 29
Other Commercial Providers 29
Medical Personnel.30
Regional Data Comparisons 34
East India35
Bihar . 36
Jharkhand . 38
Orissa . 40
West Bengal 42
Northeast India44
Arunachal Pradesh 45
Assam. 47
Manipur. 49
Meghalaya 51
Mizoram 53
Nagaland 55
Sikkim . 57
Tripura 59
North India 61
Chandigarh . 62
Chhattisgarh 64
Delhi . 66
Haryana 68
Himachal Pradesh. 70
Jammu and Kashmir. 72
Madhya Pradesh . 74
Punjab 76
Rajasthan 78
Uttar Pradesh 80
Uttarakhand 82
South India84
Andhra Pradesh 85
Karnataka . 87
Kerala . 89
Tamil Nadu 91
Andaman and Nicobar Islands 93
Lakshadweep 95
Puducherry 97
West India.99
Dadra and Nagar Haveli.106
Daman and Diu108

List of Tables

Political Landscape, 2012 .3
India GDP and Real Growth, 2000-2011 .4
Net State Domestic Product, 2009-20105
Population by States and Territories, 2001-2011 (000s).6
Demographic Indicators, 2000-20108
Demographic Indicators by State, 2009.9
Reported Incidence of Communicable Diseases, 2005-2009 .10
Reported Incidence of Vaccine Preventable Diseases, 2008-2010.11
Deaths from Communicable Diseases, 2004-2009 16
Total Health Spending, 2000-2010 20
Health Expenditure by Sector, 2005-06 to 2008-0922
Sub-centres and Primary Health Centres by State, 2009 .23
Government Hospitals and Beds in Rural and Urban Areas by State, 2011.25
Apollo Hospitals in India27
Fortis Healthcare Hospitals in India .28
Max Healthcare Hospitals .28
Wockhardt Hospitals .29
Doctors Registered with State Medical Councils, 2007-2010 .30
Dental Surgeons Registered with Central/State Dental Councils, 2007-2009 .31
Nurses and Pharmacists by State, 201132
Bihar: Key Healthcare Data.37
Jharkhand: Key Healthcare Data.39
Orissa: Key Healthcare Data.41
West Bengal: Key Healthcare Data .43
Arunachal Pradesh: Key Healthcare Data46
Assam: Key Healthcare Data 48
Manipur: Key Healthcare Data 50
Meghalaya: Key Healthcare Data52
Mizoram: Key Healthcare Data54
Nagaland: Key Healthcare Data 56
Sikkim: Key Healthcare Data.58
Tripura: Key Healthcare Data60
Chandigarh: Key Healthcare Data .63
Chhattisgarh: Key Healthcare Data .65
Delhi: Key Healthcare Data .67
Haryana: Key Healthcare Data69
Himachal Pradesh: Key Healthcare Data.71
Jammu and Kashmir: Key Healthcare Data.73
Madhya Pradesh: Key Healthcare Data.75
Punjab: Key Healthcare Data 77
Rajasthan: Key Healthcare Data .79
Uttar Pradesh: Key Healthcare Data81
Uttarakhand: Key Healthcare Data 83
Andhra Pradesh: Key Healthcare Data86
Karnataka: Key Healthcare Data .88
Kerala: Key Healthcare Data.90
Tamil Nadu: Key Healthcare Data .92
Andaman and Nicobar Islands: Key Healthcare Data94
Lakshadweep: Key Healthcare Data96
Puducherry: Key Healthcare Data .98
Goa: Key Healthcare Data 101
Gujarat: Key Healthcare Data103
Maharashtra: Key Healthcare Data105


Map of India2
GDP Per Capita and Growth, 2000-2011.4
Population by Age Group (%)7
Public and Private Health Spending, 1995-2010 .21
Map of India's States and Union Territories .34

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