Healthcare is one of the leading sectors in today’s world and it grows every year. The medical technology growth per year is expected to grow from $10,724 in 2017 to $16,168 in 2026 with an average annual growth of 4.7 Percent. With the help of latest technologies healthcare sectors is at the top of all time.
Health Care Sector in India
In India, healthcare has become one of the largest sectors both regarding revenue and employment. In India, hospitals are managed by Government, charitable trust and private organizations. The health sector is majorly grouped into Allopathy, Homeopathy, and Ayurveda. India spends 5% of GDP on health care.
Problems people Face in Health Care
In India, there is still a majority of the rural population who lack advanced technology facilities.
Technology is not being used in most of the areas within India concerning health.
There is always a lack of doctors with expertise in the need of the hour.
A streamlined communication is missing between hospitals, doctors and patients
Doctors would have work overloaded and hospitals often end up having less staff to accommodate their needs.
There is no proper set organizational structure and mismanagement in the organization leads to resource wastage.
Future of healthcare In India
The hospital industry in India stood at ₹4 trillion (US$61.79 Billion) in 2017 and is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16–17 percent to reach ₹8.6 trillion (US$132.84 billion) by 2023.
Technology has changed the scenario of healthcare entirely and is giving chance to everyone in the sector to lead in their path.
Due to cloud technology, the healthcare sector has become cost-effective.
Best skilled doctors can be reached anytime and also technology is helping them get access to any patient/admin at the right time.
Technology has improved the efficiency and availability of doctors.
Surgery and Care Assistance is being improved by robotics.
Smart hospital projects are taking a lead in Asia as there is an increased usage of technologies.
Due to advanced technologies, the incentive-based wellness program is gaining popularity.
Advanced technologies are helping in detecting new diseases.
We at Medicare focus on fulfilling the requirement of Job Seekers(Doctors, Nurses, Medical practitioners, Freelance doctors, Full-Time & Part-Time Doctors etc) and Job Providers(Hospitals, Pharmacies, Clinics, Labs, Diagnostic centers, Blood Banks, Consulting centers, Ambulances, NGO’s, Medical Check Up Centers).