The Beauty and Personal Care (BPC) industry stands as a captivating global sector, marked by its remarkable growth and profitability. Over the past decade, the BPC landscape has witnessed profound shifts in consumer behaviour, with a surge in trend adoption and evolving expectations from products. This transformation, amplified by the influence of social media and […]
Transition care centres are a relatively new entrant in the physical rehab space India. The facilities bridge the gap between tertiary care hospitals and the home of patients to help ease their transition and recovery. Restorative care is a ~ $5 Bn industry which is currently driven by hospitals that are not designed for recovery. Rehab […]
Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world, with a population of approximately 274 million people. The healthcare landscape in Indonesia is complex and challenging, with a range of issues such as inadequate healthcare infrastructure, a shortage of healthcare professionals, and limited access to healthcare services in rural areas. Here we look at […]
Rehabilitation is a concept widely discussed and adopted globally. This is by no means unexpected since over 15% of the world population live with a form of disability, and around 2.41 billion life with conditions that impact their functions in daily life and would benefit from rehabilitation services. Many of these needs call for rehabilitation […]
India’s healthcare sector is tremendously diverse, with potential in every segment, including providers, payers, and medical technology. As one of the leading medical destinations in the post-pandemic times, India has emphasized making the healthcare sector digital and tech friendly. Along the same lines, rehabilitation technology has emerged as one of the promising sectors to ensure […]
With robust macro tailwinds for the sector and on ground demand for health-related services, the healthcare sector in Vietnam is poised to undergo significant transformations. Emerging technologies like artificial intelligence, blockchain and online services are increasingly being used to tackle deficiencies in the existing healthcare system. Further omni-channel players have gained significant traction on account […]
‘Health is wealth’. This age-old saying is no longer a cliche. The pandemic has compelled all of us to prioritise health over other aspects of our lives. I have myself been spending at least an hour a day hitting the gym, meditating or making a healthy diet plan. Kudos to technology for making this routine […]
1. Indonesia healthcare faces severe shortage of resources, with the lowest density of medical practitioners and pharmacists in the region Current capacity of Indonesia’s Healthcare system highlights its inadequacy to deal with the demands of growing population especially post pandemic. It has the lowest density of doctors and pharmacists among ASEAN countries; and given the […]
Though the demand for preventive healthcare has soared since the pandemic and startups in the space are striving to ride this tailwind, it is still largely an untapped market. The opportunities are huge for businesses. The report delves into the entire landscape and shares pointers on how to cash in on the opportunities by tapping into emerging technologies.
HealthTech startups are leveraging data and technology to drive improved wellness and clinical outcomes with cost-efficiency and effectiveness.
The health-tech platforms access to a large ~$40 Bn chronic care TAM in India
Digital chronic management players have a lot of headroom ahead, as they currently penetrate less than 1% of their serviceable addressable market in India.
HealthTech’s continuous rise in the spheres of pharma, diagnostics and consultation, together termed as eHealth by Redseer, has been remarkable
In India, the typical medical tourist journey is widely getting digitized for a better customer experience
The eHealth sector continues to create delights, indicating that it could be the new normal for our healthcare industry
Translating to a market size of ~$17 Bn in FY 21, the disease care market is expected to grow to ~$60 Bn in next 10 years
Diabetes care market in India is ~$17 Bn in size as of FY21, expected to grow 3X+ to ~$59 Bn by FY31.
Vietnam has very favourable digital enablers and there is a marked shift by the government towards digitizing the entire healthcare ecosystem which seems conducive for the growth of eHealth services.
Drive by 3x growth in user base and likely increase in average spends per user especially in prescription drugs and consultations, we are very bullish that the eHealth market is on track to achieve ~300+% growth y-o-y in 2020.
The Healthcare expenditure has steadily increased in the recent years driven by rising GDP per capita, urbanization and an increase of lifestyle-related diseases such as cancer and diabetes.
Edtech in India has had challenges with monetization owing to low willingness to pay- but still has a highly satisfied paid user base.
140 Mn eHealth ready households will provide an addressable opportunity of $35 Bn by FY25
Healthcare industry is supported by a complex supply chain with multiple providers, providing out-patient & in-patient care to consumers
Overall India e-mobility is slightly ahead of food tech in # orders/trips, with newer mobility models driving the growth
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India’s USD 18 Bn unorganized pharma retailing market is ripe for digital disruption by ePharma players Published on: Aug 2019 Summary takeaways: ePharma (USD 350 Mn in 2018) is <2% of the overall retail pie currently, but poised to expand at least 40% y-o-y, driving significant action from companies and investors ePharma continued action and […]
India retail banking is poised for disruption as neobanks look to revolutionise personal banking experience.