Challenges faced by Indian hospitals

The 5 major challenges that most Indian hospitals face


The Indian healthcare market as a whole is growing at a compounded annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.9% during the last five years and is expected to touch US$ 280 billion by 2020. There is a requirement for an additional 600,000 to 700,000 beds in India over the next five to six years.

With such high growth rates and a population like India, it is seen as an attractive industry. However, with the level of complexity rising, running a private hospital in India is not easy. The senior management face a complex variety of challenges.

The 5 major challenges that most hospitals are facing in India today are:

• Grow Revenue- with a high number of players the hospitals need to differentiate better

• Maintain and Increase Margins- with increasing cost of service and litigation, it’s becoming challenging to increase margins

• Satisfy an increasingly informed patient- patients have a more complex query these days and hospitals need to constantly deal with them

• Strengthen physician engagement- with high competition hospitals have to find innovative ways to engage and maintain relationship with physicians

• Source skilled manpower- it’s important to maintain quality of service which depends directly on skilled manpower

Remedo For Doctors

Get it today!

link toplaystoreRemedo

D.I.S.H.A For Patients

Get it today!

link to playstorelink to appstore