India Medical Tourism Market and Forecast To 2022
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Indian medical tourism market is expected to more than double by 2022 from its current size in 2016. India has emerged as a preferred healthcare & wellness destination for patients across the globe. As medical treatment costs in the developed world balloon - with the United States leading the way - more and more Western countries are finding the prospect of international travel for medical care increasingly appealing. The Indian government has removed many visa restrictions and introduced a visa-on-arrival scheme for medical tourists from selected countries; this allows foreign nationals to stay in India for 30 days for medical reasons and can even get a visa of up to 1 year depending upon treatment requirements.
In the Indian medical tourism market, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Maldives are the leading source countries for medical tourist arrivals. These three countries together account for around 55 percent share of the Indian medical tourism market in 2016. Iraq, Oman, Nigeria and Kenya are the other top source market for Indian medical tourism market. Russia, Tanzania, UAE and Yemen are the emerging source market for medical tourist arrivals in India.
This is the 2nd edition report on India Medical Tourism Industry by iGATE RESEARCH. The report titled "India Medical Tourism Market and Forecast To 2022" provides a comprehensive assessment of the fast-evolving, high-growth Medical Tourism Landscape in India. This 294 Page report with 260 Figures and 3 Tables provides a complete analysis of the 64 Source Country for medical tourist arrivals in India.
The Indian Medical Tourism Market has been studied from 2 viewpoints.
I. Medical Tourist Arrivals in India - Country Wise (2009 - 2022)
II. Medical Tourists Spending in India - Country Wise (2009 - 2022)
Actual and Forecast for Medical Tourist Arrivals and Spending in India - 64 Countries Analyzed
22. Czech Rep.
26. Russian Fed.
32. South Africa
39. Saudi Arabia
49. Sri Lanka
58. China (Main)
59. China (Taiwan)
61. Rep. of Korea
63. New Zealand
Primary Research Methodologies: Questionnaires, Surveys, Interviews with Individuals, Small Groups, Telephonic Interview, etc.
Secondary Research Methodologies: Printable and Non-printable sources, Newspaper, Magazine and Journal Content, Government and NGO Statistics, white Papers, Information on the Web, Information from Agencies Such as Industry Bodies, Companies Annual Report, Government Agencies, Libraries and Local Councils and a large number of Paid Databases.