As the Indian rupee is falling against the foreign currencies, the number of the medical tourism who are coming to India has increased to 40% in the past six months as per the assoc ham study. Due to fall in rupee versus the dollar has proved to best advantage for the patients from Middle East, country like Africa and SAARC countries have increases their medical treatment to a extent of 35 to 45% on complex surgeries..
|Below Articles may be helpful to you:|
|Common Yoga Mistakes To Be Avoided By Beginners|
|Positive Effects Of Organic Foods On Daily Life|
|To Know How We Can Protect Our Skin In Different Weathers|
The current Market size of the Indian medical tourism sector is Rs 75,000 crore and is likely to touch is Rs 12,000 crore by 2016 with an annual growth rate of the 25%.
The various states like New Delhi, Andhrapradesh, Kerala, Maharashtra and the tamilnadu are the one of the best city having the several hospitals and also many good specially are coming up these days.
A medical procedure that cost medical tourist Rs 10,000 dollars in 2016 would now cost for them 7,000 dollars. Even for Australians is the same they would pay 45% less today. Anyone who are paying in Euros would have nearly save around 25 to 35% in the current scenario as per the study.
If the Indian rupees rate continues the in the same way then the inflow of the medical tourist are likely to cross the 45 lakh by the year 2016 from the current level of the 25 lakh as per the study.