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Indian healthcare value pools to extend to US$450b by 2030

IP delivery stands as the highest contributor to the healthcare pool.

Healthcare industry value pools in India are seen to expand to US$450b by 2030, driven by five major trends, according to a joint study by BCG and B Capital.

The study also indicated that IP delivery and OP delivery are the highest contributor to the value pools.

Amongst the trends that will propel this growth is a “higher focus on preventive care and health management post-COVID-19 led to spike in awareness.”

Another trend is the rapid expansion of government access initiatives and the push for the digitisation of healthcare infrastructure

The third trend is growing insurance coverage which makes accessible healthcare to a larger population.

The fourth trend is the rising lifestyle disease prevalence with rising urbanisation.

There is also an increased digitisation of the unorganised distribution and services market unlocking scale benefits.

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