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Market Entry - Telemedicine Industry in India: Analysis of Growth, Trends and Progress (2020 - 2025)

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About the Market

The global telemedicine market was valued at USD 17,878.7 million in 2015 and is growing remarkably. Telemedicine services are used in several medical areas, such as pathology, cardiology, radiology, genetics, diabetes control, psychiatry, and primary healthcare. Increasing population, escalating number of chronic diseases, rising cost of healthcare services, growing medical requirement in remote locations, and amplified number of smartphone users are some of the key drivers of the market. The emergence of virtual medical centers and remote clinical enterprises are some of the trends that have been observed. Developing countries like Russia, China, and India are showing high growth rate. High technological costs, lack of trained professionals, and inadequate healthcare infrastructure in developing economies are inhibiting the growth of the global market. Philips Healthcare, AMD Telemedicine, and McKesson Ltd. are some of the key players.

About the Geography

India is the seventh largest country in the world and has the second highest population. It has a parliamentary democratic form of government and has abundant natural resources and sufficient oil reserves. The country has a huge skilled, English-speaking, and inexpensive labor force. Its young population and current economic policies have made it one of the largest recipients of FDI in the world.

Huge investment promises from different countries predict a bright future for India. It has a well-developed administration and an independent judicial system with an ever-growing consumer base. It has a huge pool of hard-working skilled workers in all fields. The government has set up tax and non-tax incentives to establish new industrial entities in specific sectors, which include energy, ports, highways, electronics, and software. The Make in India initiative was launched by the government in 2014 and received an excellent response from the developed nations. The government has also created special areas dedicated to export, called export-processing zones (EPZs) or special economic zones (SEZs), to encourage foreign investment. The strong financial sector and dynamic banking along with huge infrastructure development opportunities have made it one of the largest markets for manufactured goods and services. Due to its huge market and population, it has become one of the most competitive markets in the world. Conducting business in India has been difficult because of corruption, lack of infrastructure, and inadequate security.

Component Name

Unit

GDP (USD billion)

2074

GDP Annual Growth Rate

7.1

GDP Per Capita

1806

Unemployment Rate

4.9

Wages

122.1

Inflation Rate

5.05

Consumer Price Index (CPI)

131

Interest Rate

6.25

Balance of Trade (USD billion)

-7.674

Business Confidence

57.2

Manufacturing PMI (Index Points)

52.1 Index Points

Ease of Doing Business

130

Competitiveness Rank

39

Corruption Rank

76

Consumer Confidence

128

Consumer Spending (USD billion)

240.09

Bank Lending Rate (Consumers)

9.7

Corporate Tax Rate

34.61

Sales Tax Rate

14.5

                         

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