The Healthcare industry is arguably the fastest growing industry in the world. It has the unwavering financial backing of most developing countries, who continue to increase investment in healthcare. The global healthcare services market is forecast to reach a staggering $3 trillion by 2015. Due to the very nature of healthcare, the industry is practically recession proof. Investment in sectors such as home healthcare, healthcare IT and telehealth are expected to continue fuelling market expansion. Due to the world’s aging population, the demand for home healthcare is likely to continue climbing over the years to come.

The Healthcare industry is relatively local in nature. Country specific factors like government legislation and incentives play a large role in defining its priorities and challenges. That being said, Healthcare is required everywhere in the world, and it faces some common challenges globally. Providing affordable and universal healthcare services to the common man ranks at the forefront of these challenges. Optimization of internal processes, building operational efficiencies, enabling collaboration between healthcare givers and ensuring patient safety are some of the other challenges faced worldwide.

The Healthcare industry as a whole has been very intuitive to adoption of the latest technology and breakthrough medication. Unfortunately it hasn’t been as open when it comes to Information Technology. Unlike industries like BSFI, who have welcomed IT with open arms, Healthcare has been strangely reluctant. All that is changing now, as Healthcare bodies are spending aggressively on IT platforms and enterprise solutions to make up for lost time.

ALLIANCE PARTNERS

  • image
    image
  • image
    image
  • image
    image
  • image
    image
  • image
    image

Contact