Growth and Investment Opportunities in Nepal Healthcare Market, 2017

Incidence of Non-Communicable Diseases increasing leading to demand for specialty services

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This industry docket assess Nepal's healthcare market and highlights investment opportunities therein. The country lacks centers of excellence in tertiary care leading to outflow of patients seeking the same. Nepal is currently seeing increasing investment by private and corporate hospital sectors in speciality services like Cardiac Sciences, Neuro Sciences, Oncology and Trauma Care specialties.
Nepal has a total of 396 hospitals and 27.7000 hospital beds in the public and private sectors and its hospitals see a total of 10.8 mn outpatients and 1.5 mn inpatients annually
This dockets aims at being a guide for companies looking to expand their geographic presence and provide healthcare services, especially, specialized care.

Healthcare Opportunity Landscape:
The deck covers the hospitals market in Nepal with focus on private sector;
Current standing of key identified specialties in Nepal
Services: Hospitals market;
Time frame: 2014 to 2020
Unless stated otherwise, all values in US $

It does not cover medical pharma, devices, insurance, healthcare IT, and other formats of healthcare delivery like medical centers, Nursing Homes, Diagnostic centers etc.
Policy changes by the Government; Social sector segment in healthcare have not been covered; Values are rounded off, may not therefore be exact

Table of Contents

Growth and Investment Opportunities in Nepal Healthcare Market, 2017Scope & LimitationsScope & LimitationsFrost & Sullivan AdvisoryPer Capita Healthcare expenditure better than some of its neighbors; Kathmandu Valley has immense scope for investment in Private sector hospital bedsClub niche specialty services with tourism potential; Connected and digitally driven models that can leverage geographic diversity essentialEconometric & Demographic Indicators: NepalNepal ranks 6th in population; its growth has been better than a few neighboring countries Nepal’s GDP and GDP per capita has been typically low when compared to other countries of the region Services Sector is the major contributor to Nepal’s economy, with ~49% contribution to the GDPHealthcare Market Outlook: NepalNepal’s per capita healthcare expenditure better than that of Pakistan, Bangladesh, and MyanmarKey Health Indicators like MMR, and CDR for Nepal are better than Myanmar, India, Pakistan, and Bhutan Trends in key healthcare indicators over the last 2 decades:Trends in key healthcare indicators over the last 2 decades:Nepal has high burden of infectious diseases; NCDs have shown an increasing trendNepal’s Healthcare Regulatory Authority is the DoHS1; Public healthcare facilities have a greater presence in the hilly areasNepal has a total of 396 hospitals and ~28000 hospital beds in public and private sectorsNepal hospitals see a total of 10.8 million outpatients and 1.5 million inpatients in a yearKathmandu Valley has a gap of ~3,076 relevant beds in its Private Sector Hospital SpaceIncreasing lifestyle related diseases, improving paying capacity, & increasing impetus on quality care impels demand for super specialty services in Nepal Lack of JCI approval resulting in sizeable outbound medical tourism; opportunity for local service; rollout of universal insurance will aid market growthFuture investment opportunities are in Cardiac Sciences, Neuro Sciences, Oncology and Trauma Care specialtiesAnnexure: Our ServicesMaximize opportunities from existing products and markets; systematically explore new products, markets, including inorganic OpportunitiesOur Growth Consulting CanvasLegal Disclaimer




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