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India Home Healthcare Market Outlook to 2025 (Second Edition) – By Patient Profile (Elderly Care, Post Operative Care, Physiotherapy, Palliative Care, Stroke Rehabilitation and Others), By Organized (Subscription and Non Subscription Model) and Unorganized, By Patient Age Profile and By Major Cities

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The report titled “India Home Healthcare Market Outlook to 2025 (Second Edition)– By Patient Profile (Elderly Care, Post Operative Care, Physiotherapy, Palliative Care, Stroke Rehabilitation and Others), By Organized (Subscription and Non-Subscription Model) and Unorganized, By Patient Age Profile and By Major Cities" provides a comprehensive analysis on the Home Healthcare Market of India. The report covers various aspects including market introduction, ecosystem, business model, the market size by revenue, market segmentation by the profile of patients, by organized and unorganized market, by subscription and non-recurring models, by region/tier, and by age group of patients. It also provides insights on the setting up of home healthcare agency in India, QAI accreditation, pricing solutions offered in the market, competition scenario, SWOT analysis, company profiles of major players in the market, growth drivers, trends and developments, and issues and challenges in the industry. The report concludes with future market projection for the home healthcare industry, the impact of COVID-19, and analyst recommendations highlighting the major opportunities and cautions for the India home healthcare market.

India Healthcare Market Overview

Healthcare has become one of the largest sectors in India, in terms of revenue as well as employment. Healthcare comprises hospitals, medical devices, pharmaceutical goods, medical equipment, and services like doctor consultations, clinical trials, telemedicine, e-health services, health tourism, home healthcare, and health insurance among others. The Indian healthcare sector has been growing majorly due to greater coverage, expansion of services, and increasing public and private expenditure in this sector. The overall market size of the healthcare market in India estimated to be at INR 1,070k Crores as of FY’2019.

India Home Healthcare Market Overview

The home healthcare market in India is still in its early growth stage with the presence of a large number of players, with some offering only a single specialty service to others offering multiple services across various regions. The organized market has witnessed high growth in 30-35 companies and they have gained the utmost brand visibility and traction in terms of sale of services across various regions. The overall market size has grown at a CAGR of 17.2% over the past five years.

India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation

By Region/Tier of Cities:  Tier 1 cities contribute the highest share to the total market size of the home healthcare market in India. The market share of tier 1 cities alone stands somewhere over 76.0% in the overall market. Major cities such as Delhi/NCR, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Ahemdabad, Kolkata, and Pune have shown major shifts in demand from traditional healthcare services to home healthcare services.

By Market Structure: The Indian home healthcare market is currently dominated by the unorganized sector. The organized sector constitutes a rather small part of the total home healthcare market size of the home healthcare market in India. The unorganized sector still dominates the market as the home healthcare market is still in its early growth stage and major players are still working on establishing their presence beyond Tier-1 cities. Although we have seen some tremendous growth in a few cities, a paradigm shift in demand is yet to be seen in this sector basis PAN India.

By Age Group: Patients above 60 years of age contribute to the lion’s share to the home healthcare market in India. Services availed by people above the age of 60 include elderly care, homecare pertaining to a chronic ailment, physiotherapy among others. 

Patients between 40-60 years contribute the second largest share followed by patients of age groups of 20-40 years and 0-25 years

By Subscription and Non-Recurring Model: Subscription models make up for a smaller proportion as they are yet to gain popularity and the industry has seen numerous cases of patients opting out of these subscriptions before the stipulated time owing to service quality inconsistency.  Another reason for the popularity of non-recurring models oversubscription model is the lack of insurance coverage. Insurance is bound to make homecare services more affordable for the patients and thus, subscription models may witness growth in this aspect.

By Profile of Patients: Elderly care services constitute the largest part of the home healthcare services market. The other segments include physiotherapy, stroke rehabilitation, palliative care, and others. These segments contribute relatively lower proportions to the total market size.

Competitive Landscape

The home healthcare market in India is in its early growth stage. The market shows a lot of potentials to grow over the coming years due to the shift in preferences and types of services demanded. The current market structure is highly fragmented with a high proportion of unorganized players as compared to organized players. The major players in the market compete on factors such as brand value, services offered, expertise and coverage, deliverable workforce, QAI accreditation, clinical outcomes among others. The major players in the market include Portea Medical, Medwell Ventures, Healthcare AtHome, Care24, India Home Health Care, CallHealth, Bharath Home Medicare, and Apollo Homecare among others.

India Home Healthcare Future Outlook

The India Home Healthcare Market is expected to grow at a positive CAGR of 19.2% during the period FY’2019-FY’2025. The growth is expected to be driven by factors such as the rise in the geriatric population, increasing demand for convenience-based healthcare services, increasingly unhealthy lifestyles of the younger population leading to a higher prevalence of chronic diseases among others. In addition, the expected onset of regulations, introduction of QAI accreditation and the measures to bring home healthcare services under the purview of insurance are also expected to help the market grow further in the coming years.

Key Segments Covered

  • India Home Healthcare Market, FY’2014-FY’2025
  • India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation, FY’2019-FY’2025

By Market Structure (Organized and Unorganized)

By Region/Tier (Tier 1, Tier 2and Tier 3 cities)

By Age Group (0-25 Years, 25-40 Years, 40-60 Years and Above 60 Years)

By Profile of Patients (Elderly care, Physiotherapy, Post-Operative Care, Stroke Rehabilitation, Palliative Care and Others )

By Subscription and Non-Recurring Model

Key Target Audience

Homecare Providers

Hospital Chains

Private Sector Investors

Healthcare Regulatory Bodies

Government and Industry Associations

Medical Device Companies & Distributors

Pharma Manufacturing and Distribution Companies

Time Period Captured in the Report:

  • Historical Period – FY’2014-FY’2019
  • Forecast Period – FY’2020-FY’2025

Companies Covered:

Portea Medical (Health Vista Pvt Ltd)

Healthcare AtHome

Medwell Ventures

Care24

CallHealth

Apollo HomeCare

India Home Healthcare

Critical Care Unified

Bharath Home Medicare

Key Topics Covered in the Report

India Home Healthcare Market Introduction

India Home Healthcare Market Business Model

National Health Statistics

India Home Healthcare Market  Size by Revenue in INR Crores

India Home Healthcare Market  Segmentation

Setting Up a Home Healthcare Agency in India

QAI Accreditation Process and Fees

Pricing Analysis of Various Home Healthcare Services

Competition Scenario of India Home Healthcare Market

Company Profiles of Major Home Healthcare Providers

SWOT Analysis and Growth Drivers

Trends and Developments in India Home Healthcare Market

Issues and Challenges in India Home Healthcare Market

Key Funding and Mergers and Acquisitions in India Home Healthcare Market

Failure Case Studies in India Home Healthcare Market

India Home Healthcare Market Future Projections

Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on India Healthcare and Home Healthcare Market

Analyst Recommendations

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Table Of Content

Scope

1.       Executive Summary

India Healthcare Market Overview

India Home Healthcare Market Overview

India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation

Competitive Landscape

India Home Healthcare market Future Outlook

2.       Research Methodology

2.1.        Market Definitions and Size

2.2.        List of Abbreviations

2.3.        Market Sizing and Modeling

Consolidated Research Approach

Market Sizing Aproach – India Home Healthcare Market

Sample Size Inclusion Table

Variables Dependent and Independent

Multifactor Based Sensitivity Model

Limitations        

Final Conclusion

3.       Indian Home Healthcare Market Ecosystem

4.       India Home Healthcare Business Model

5.       Indian National Health Account Statistics

Registered Nurses and Pharmacists in India

Distribution of Projected Population of India

Distibution of Population by Age Group, Sex and Residence

Population in the Age Group 60 and Above, Distributed State Wise

Mortality Indicators Over the Years 2013-2016

Trends in Public Health Expenditure Over the Years 2009-2018

Average Medical and Other Expenditure per Hospitalization Case for Each Quintile

Average Medical and Other Related Expenditure on Account of Hospitalization per Hospitalization case for Each State and UT (RURAL)

Average Medical and Other Related Expenditure on Account of Hospitalization per Hospitalization case for Each State and UT (Urban)

Major Sources of Finance for Hospitalization Expenditure for Households in Different Quintile Classes of UMPCE

Number of Doctors Registered with State Medical Councils /Medical Council of India per State/UT Over the Years

Number of Dental Surgeons Registered with Central/State Medical Councils of India per State and UT

Ayush Registered Practitioners

Cross Comparison of India Among Few Countries Basis Total Elderly Population, Number of Physicians and Number of Nurses and Midwives

6.       India Home Health Care Market Introduction

Health Care Market in India

Home Healthcare Market in India

7.       India Home Healthcare Market Size By Revenue, FY’2014-FY’2019

8.       India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation, FY’2019

8.1.        By Profile of Patients (Elderly Care, Post Operative Care, Physiotherapy, Palliative Care, Stroke Rehabilitation and Others), FY’2019

Incidence of Stroke Related Cases in India

8.2.        By Organized and Unorganized Market, FY’2019

8.3.        By Subscription and Non-Recurring Model (Organized Sector)

8.4.        By Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3 Cities, FY’2019

8.4.1.       By Major Cities (Mumbai, Delhi/NCR, Bangalore, Chennai, Pune, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata and Ahmedabad), FY’2019

8.5.        By Age Group (0-25 Years, 25-40 Years, 40-60 Years and Above 60 Years of Age), FY’2019

9.       Setting up a Home Healthcare Agency in India

Organisational Structure of a Home Healthcare Company

Recruitment and Trainings of Nurses, Attendants and Other Deliverable Resources

Service Level Agreements (SLA) with the Patients and the Employees (Doctors, Nurses, Attendants etc.)

Marketing and Promotion of Services

Investment in Patient Monitoring Tech

Major Cities to Target in India for Providing Home Healthcare Services

Factors Considered by VC Firms and Other Investors before Investing in a Home Healthcare Company

10.        QAI Accreditation for the Home Healthcare Companies

Benefits of Accreditation

QAI’s Centre for Accreditation of Health and Social Care (CAHSC)

Eligibility and Preparation for Accreditation

Accreditation Process

Assessment Criteria and Fee Structure

11.        Pricing Analysis of Services Offered in the Market

12.        Trends and Developments in India Home Healthcare Market

Rising Hospitalization Costs

Increase in Geriatric Population

Increase in Partnerships

Technology Oriented Growth

Expansion in the Suite of Services Offered

Rising Trend of Nuclear Families

13.        Issues and Challenges in India Home Healthcare Market

Predominance of the Unorganised Sector

Lack of Adequate and Skilled Manpower

Low Penetration Rate

Lack of Regulations

Lack of Insurance Coverage

Absence of Inclusive Public Policies

14.        Competitive Landscape of India Home Healthcare Market

Strengths &Weaknesses and Market Share of Home Healthcare Companies in India

Cross-Comparison of Major Home Healthcare Companies in India basis Financial and Operational Parameters

14.1.     Competition Parameters in India Home Healthcare Market

14.2.     SWOT Analysis of India Home Healthcare Market

15.        Company Profiles of Major Players in India Home Healthcare Market, FY’2019

15.1.     Portea Medical

15.2.     Healthcare AtHome

15.3.     Medwell Ventures

15.4.     Care24 (Aegis Care Advisors Private Limited)

15.5.     CallHealth

15.6.     Apollo Homecare

15.7.     India Home Health Care

15.8.     Critical Care Unified (CCU) Homecare

15.9.     Bharath Home Medicare Pvt. Ltd.

16.        Key Funding and Mergers and Acquisitions Scenario in India Home Healthcare Market

16.1.     Mergers and Acquisitions

16.2.     Major Funding in India Home Healthcare Market

17.        Failure Case Study of Philips Home Care Services

Reasons for Failure of Philips Home Care Services

18.        Successful Multi-Channel Branding Campaign: A Case Study of Portea Medical

19.        India Home Healthcare Market Future Projection and Outlook, FY’2019-FY’2025F

20.        India Home Healthcare Future Market Segmentation, 2025F

20.1.     By Region/Tier Wise, FY’2025F

20.2.     By Organised and Unorganized Market, FY’2025F

20.3.     By Age Group, 2025F

20.4.     By Subscription and Non-Recurring Model (Organized Sector), FY’2025F

20.5.     By Profile of Patients, FY’2025F

21.        Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Healthcare Industry

Fast-tracking of Implementation of Targets for Public Health Emergencies within National Disaster Management Plan

Strengthening of Government Infrastructure and Public Private Partnerships

Internalization of Pharma Supply Chain & Make-in-India focus for Medical Equipment

Medical Tourism will Continue to See a Downtrend

Increased Use of Technology, Telemedicine, Training of primary health workers and Mobile hospitals

India is More Vulnerable to Epidemics Compared to China and Italy

Respiratory Illnesses: Deadliest among Communicable Diseases in India

21.1.     Impact of COVID-19 on Home Healthcare Industry in India

22.        Analyst Recommendations

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List Of Figure

Figure 1‑1: India Home Healthcare Market Structure in INR Crores, FY’ 2019

Figure 1‑2: India Home Healthcare Market Structure in INR Crores, FY’ 2025F

Figure 3‑1: Indian Home Healthcare Market Ecosystem Including Regulatory and Industry Associations, Major Home Healthcare Players, Major Hospitals Providing Home Healthcare Services and Major Investors, FY’2019

Figure 4‑1: Business Model for India Home Healthcare Market, FY’2019

Figure 6‑1: India Healthcare Market Size on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), FY’2014-FY’2019

Figure 6‑2: Home Healthcare Market as a Percentage (%) of the Overall Healthcare Market on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2019

Figure 7‑1: India Home Healthcare Market Size on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), FY’2014-FY’2019

Figure 8‑1: India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Profile of Patients (Elderly Care, Post Operative Care, Physiotherapy, Stroke Rehabilitation, Palliative Care and Others) on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), FY’ 2019

Figure 8‑2: Elderly Population Statistics in India in Millions and Growth Rate in Percentages (%), 2014-2019

Figure 8‑3: India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Organized and Unorganized Market on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), FY’2019

Figure 8‑4: Indian Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Subscription and Non-Recurring Model (Organized Sector) on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), FY’2019

Figure 8‑5: Indian Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Region/Tier (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3) on the Basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), FY’2019

Figure 8‑6: Indian Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Age Group (0-25 Years, 25-40 Years, 40-60 Years and Above 60 Years of Age) on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), FY’2019

Figure 8‑7: Population of India by Age Group in Years Terms of Percentage as of 31st December, 2017

Figure 8‑8: Number of People Diagnosed for Non Communicable Diseases by Type in Terms of Percentage, 2018

Figure 8‑9: Number of Disability Cases in India by Type in Terms of Percentage (%), 2018

Figure 9‑1: Organizational Structure of a Home Healthcare Company

Figure 9‑2: A Snippet of the IHHC Simulation Lab in Bangalore

Figure 9‑3: A Snippet of a Consent Form of a Home Healthcare Service Provider

Figure 9‑4: Consent Form-2 of a Home Healthcare Service Provider

Figure 9‑5: A Snippet of Mobile App Dashboard of a Home Healthcare Provider in India

Figure 10‑1: Steps Involved in Accreditation Process

Figure 15‑1: Total Revenue of Portea Medical in INR Crores, FY’2014-FY’2019

Figure 15‑2: Revenue of Healthcare AtHome in INR Crores, FY’2014-FY’2019

Figure 15‑3: Revenue from Operations of Medwell Ventures in INR Crores and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), FY’2015-FY’2019

Figure 15‑4: Revenue from Operations for Care24 (Aegis Care Advisors Private Limited) in INR Crores, FY’2015-FY’2019

Figure 15‑5: Revenue in INR for CallHealth in INR Crores, FY’ 2017-FY’2019

Figure 15‑6: Revenue from Operations in INR Crores for Apollo Home Healthcare Limited (AHHL), FY’2015-FY’2019

Figure 15‑7: Revenue from Operations in INR Crores for India Home Health Care, FY’2014-FY’2019

Figure 15‑8: Revenue from Operations in INR Crores for Critical Care Unified (CCU), FY’2016-FY’2019

Figure 17‑1: Revenue from Operations for Philips Home Care in INR Crores, FY’2017-FY’2019

Figure 18‑1: Case Study of Portea Medical in India including Overview, Challenge, Objective, Strategies Adopted and Results

Figure 19‑1: India Home Healthcare Market Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), FY’2019-FY’2025F

Figure 19‑2: India Home Healthcare Market as a Percentage Share of Overall Healthcare Market in India on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores and Percentages (%), FY’2019-FY’2025F

Figure 20‑1: India Home Healthcare Market Future Projection by Region/Tier (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2025F

Figure 20‑2: India Home Healthcare Market Future Projection by Market Structure (Organized and Unorganized) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2025F

Figure 20‑3: Indian Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Age Group on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), FY’2025F

Figure 20‑4: India Home Healthcare Market Future Projection by Subscription and Non-Recurring Model (Organized Sector) on the Basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), FY’2025F

Figure 20‑5: India Home Healthcare Market Future Projection by Profile of Patients on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2025F

Figure 20‑6: Elderly Population Statistics in India in Millions and Growth in Percentage, 2019-2025F

Figure 21‑1: Share of Deaths Due to Communicable Diseases in Percentage (%), 2019


List Of Table

Table 2‑1: Description of Few Services Offered against Each Specialization by Major Organised Home Healthcare Players in India

Table 2‑2: Consolidated Research Approach for India Home Healthcare Market

Table 2‑3: Sample Size Inclusion Table Including Major Players in India Home Healthcare Market, Home Healthcare Patients and Industry Experts

Table 2‑4: Sample Size Inclusion Table Including Respondent Category and Percentage of Sample Size

Table 2‑5: Tentative Set of Questions Asked by Mode of Entities and Desired Outcome

Table 2‑6: Correlation Matrix for India Home Healthcare Market

Table 2‑7: Regression Coefficients Output for India Home Healthcare Market

Table 4‑1: Role of Different Entities in India Home Healthcare Market, 2019

Table 5‑1:  State/UT Wise Number of Registered Nurses & Pharmacists in India

Table 5‑2: State/UT Wise Distribution of Projected Population of India as on 1st March, 2019 in Thousands

Table 5‑3: Percentage Distribution of Estimated Population by Age Group, Sex and Residence, 2017

Table 5‑4: State Wise Distribution of Population in the Age Group 60 and Above, in Percentages, 2016

Table 5‑5: Mortality Indicators in India, 2013-2016

Table 5‑6: Trends in Public Health Expenditure, 2009-2018

Table 5‑7: Average Medical and other Non-Medical Expenditure on the Basis of Expenditure on each Hospitalization Case for each Quintile in INR, 2019

Table 5‑8: Average Medical and Non Medical Expenditure on the Basis of Hospitalization Cases for Each State/UT, Gender and Sector (Rural) in INR, 2016

Table 5‑9: Average Medical Expenditure and Non-Medical Expenditure on account of Hospitalization per Hospitalization Case for Each State/UT, Gender and Sector (Urban) (in INR), 2016

Table 5‑10: Major Source of Finance to Meet Hospital Expenditure for Households in Different Quintile Classes of UMPCE in Percentages (%), 2014

Table 5‑11: States/UTs wise Number of Doctors Possessing Recognized Medical, Qualifications (Under I.M.C Act) Registered with State Medical Councils/Medical Council of India from the Year up to 2013 to 2018

Table 5‑12: State/UT wise Dental Surgeons Registered with Central / State Dental Councils of India, 2013-2018

Table 5‑13: State/UT wise AYUSH Registered Practitioners (Doctors) in India as on 1st January, 2018

Table 5‑14: Total Elderly Population (65 and Above) by Select Countries (China, India, USA, Japan, Germany, UK, Canada, Australia, South Africa and UAE), 2013-2018

Table 5‑15: No. of Physicians per 1,000 Population in Select Countries (Germany, Australia, UK, USA, Canada, Japan, UAE, China, South Africa and India), 2013-2017

Table 5‑16: No. of Nurses and Midwives per 1,000 Population in Select Countries (Germany, Australia, UK, USA, Canada, Japan, UAE, China, South Africa and India), 2013-2017

Table 6‑1: Overall Healthcare Market v/s Home Healthcare Market in India in INR Crores, FY’2014- FY’2019

Table 7‑1: Rationale and Description for Indian Home Healthcare Market Size on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2014-FY’2019

Table 8‑1: Rationale for India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Profile of Patients (Elderly Care, Post Operative Care, Physiotherapy, Palliative Care, Stroke Rehabilitation,  and Others) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2019

Table 8‑2: Brief Description of Major Patient Profile including Services Included and Strategies to be Adopted

Table 8‑3: Elderly Population Statistics in India Based on Sex in Millions, 2014-2019

Table 8‑4: Total Deaths and DALY’s by Sex on the Basis of Each Cause under Cardiovascular Diseases in Percentages, FY’ 2016

Table 8‑5: Cross Comparison between States and Union Territories in India on the Basis of Crude DALY Rates of Ischaemic Heart Disease, Stroke and Rheumatic Heart Disease in Rate per 100,000, FY’2016

Table 8‑6: Cross Comparison between India and Asia Pacific Countries on the Basis of Stroke Incidence per 100,000 per Year and Prevalence in Percentages, FY’ 2016

Table 8‑7: Rationale for India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Market Structure (Organized and Unorganized) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2019

Table 8‑8: Rationale for Indian Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Subscription and Non Recurring Model (Organized Sector) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2019

Table 8‑9: India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Region/Tier (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2019

Table 8‑10: India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Major Cities on the Basis of Market Share in Percentages (%), FY’2019

Table 8‑11: Rationale for India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Age Group (0-25 Years, 25-40 Years, 40-60 Years and Above 60 Years of Age) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2019

Table 8‑12: Comparison of Different Age Group of Patient Profile Including Major Services Demanded, Challenges and Strategies

Table 8‑13: Cases Reported by Disease Type in India, 2017 and 2018

Table 9‑1: Factors to Consider while Setting up a Home Healthcare Agency in India

Table 9‑2: Ratio of Operational Staff to Support Staff in the Overall Workforce of Few Major Home Healthcare Providers in India

Table 9‑3: General Terms and Conditions for Availing a Home Healthcare Service

Table 9‑4:  Terms and Conditions Pertaining to Medical Equipment and Devices while Availing Home Healthcare Services

Table 9‑5: Major Cities and Services to Target in India for Providing Home Healthcare Services

Table 9‑6: Industry Parameters Considered by VC Firms and Other Investors before Investing in a Home Healthcare Company in India

Table 10‑1: Scope of Accreditation for Home Healthcare Services

Table 10‑2: Assessment Criteria and Fees Structure for Head Office Accreditation

Table 10‑3: Assessment Criteria and Fee per City

Table 10‑4: Major Home Healthcare Providers who Received QAI Accreditation in India

Table 11‑1: Cost Comparison of ICU Services for Patients at Hospital and at Home in INR, 2019

Table 11‑2: India Home Healthcare Services Classification on the Basis of Pricing for Different Services in INR, 2019

Table 11‑3: Cross-Comparison on the Basis of Pricing for Different Services (Attendant, Nursing and Physiotherapy) Offered by Home Healthcare Companies in INR

Table 11‑4: Mother and Infant Care Pricing in INR

Table 14‑1: Competition Scenario in Indian Home Healthcare Market, FY’2019

Table 14‑2: Strength, Weakness and Market Share of Major Players (within Organized Sector) in India Home Healthcare Market, 2019

Table 14‑3: Cross Comparison on the Basis of Financial Parameters (including Revenue from Operations, Total Expenditure, Profit before Tax, Profit after Tax) of India Home Healthcare Companies in INR Crores, FY’ 2019

Table 14‑4: Cross-Comparison of Home Healthcare Companies in India on the Basis of Number of Major Services, Year of Incorporation, Patients Served, Presence (Number of Cities) and Number of Deliverable Workforce, 2019

Table 14‑5: Competition Parameters for Leading Home Healthcare Providers in India

Table 14‑6: SWOT Analysis of the Home Healthcare Market in India, FY’2019

Table 15‑1: Company Profile of Portea Medical Including Company Overview, Key Employees, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Marketing Strategies, Number of Patient Visits, Contractual v/s Pay Roll Staff, Regional Presence, Future Plans, , Shareholding Pattern, FY’2019

Table 15‑2: Financial Performance of Portea Medical including Total Revenue, Total Expenses, Profit or Loss before Tax and Profit or Loss after Tax in INR Crores, FY’2014-FY’2019

Table 15‑3: Financial Performance of Healthvista India Pvt. Ltd. (Parent Company of Portea Medical) including Sales Revenue, Total Revenue and Profit after Tax in INR Crores, FY’2016-FY’2019

Table 15‑4: Company Profile of Healthcare AtHome Including Company Overview, Key Employees, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Future Plans, Marketing Strategies, Regional Presence, Contractual v/s Pay Roll Staff, Key Statistics, Shareholding Pattern, FY’2019

Table 15‑5: Financial Summary of Healthcare at Home in INR Crores, FY’2014-FY’2019

Table 15‑6: Company Profile of Medwell Ventures, Including Company Overview, Key Employees, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Marketing Strategies, Future Plans, Regional Presence, Patients Served, Contractual v/s Pay Roll Staff, Key Statistics and Key Revenue Streams, Shareholding Pattern, 2019

Table 15‑7: Financial Summary of Medwell Ventures in INR Crores, FY’2015-FY’2019

Table 15‑8: List of Equity Share Holders of Medwell Ventures as on 31st March 2019

Table 15‑9: Company Profile of Care24 (Aegis Care Advisors Private Limited) Including Company Overview, Key Employees, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Marketing Strategies, Future Plans, Regional Presence and Shareholding Pattern, FY’2019

Table 15‑10: Financial Summary of Aegis Care Advisors Private Limited (Parent Company of Care24) in INR Crores, FY’2015 – FY’2019

Table 15‑11: List of Equity Shareholders of Aegis Care Advisors Private Limited (Care24) as on 31st March 2019

Table 15‑12: Company Profile of CallHealth Including Company Overview, Key Employees, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Marketing Strategies, Regional Presence, Future Plans and Shareholding Pattern, FY’2019

Table 15‑13: Financial Summary of Call Health Services in INR Crores, FY’2015-FY’2019

Table 15‑14: Company Profile of Apollo HomeCare, Including Company Overview, Key Employees, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Marketing Strategies, Regional Presence, Future Plans and Key Revenue Streams, FY’2019

Table 15‑15: Financial Information of Apollo Home Healthcare Limited (AHHL) in INR Crores, FY’2015- FY’2019

Table 15‑16: Company Profile of India Home Health Care, Including Company Overview, Key Employees, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Marketing Strategies, Regional Presence, Future Plans, Shareholding Pattern, FY’ 2019

Table 15‑17: Financial Summary of India Home Health Care Private Limited in INR Crores, FY’2015 – FY’2019

Table 15‑18: Company Profile of CCU Homecare, Including Company Overview, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Marketing Strategies, Regional Presence, Future Plans and Shareholding Pattern, FY’ 2019

Table 15‑19: Financial Information of Critical Care Unified (CCU) in INR Crores, FY’2016- FY’2019

Table 15‑20: Company Profile of Bharath Home Medicare Pvt. Ltd. Including Company Overview, Key Employees, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Future Plans, Regional Presence and Shareholding Pattern, FY’2019

Table 15‑21: Financial Information of Bharath Home Medicare Pvt. Ltd. in INR Crores, FY’2019

Table 16‑1: Key Acquisitions in the Indian Home Healthcare Market, 2019

Table 16‑2: India Home Healthcare Market Funding on the Basis of Value of Funding in USD as of 1st January 2019

Table 17‑1: Financial Information of Philips Home Care in INR Crores, FY’2017- FY’2019

Table 19‑1: Rationale and Description for Indian Home Healthcare Market Future Projection on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), FY’2019-FY’2025F

Table 19‑2: Overall Healthcare Market vs. Home Healthcare Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores and Share in Percentages (%), FY’2019-FY’2025F

Table 20‑1: Indian Home Healthcare Market Future Projection by Region/Tier (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2025F

Table 20‑2: Indian Home Healthcare Market Future Projection by Organised and Unorganized Market on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2025F

Table 20‑3: Rationale for India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Age Group (0-25 Years, 25-40 Years, 40-60 Years and Above 60 Years of Age) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2025F

Table 20‑4: India Home Healthcare Market Future Projection by Subscription and Non-Recurring Model (Organized Sector) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2025F

Table 20‑5: India Home Healthcare Market Future Projection by Profile of Patients on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2025F

Table 20‑6: Elderly Population Statistics in India on the Basis of Sex in Million, 2019-2025F

Table 21‑1: India Global Health Security Rank and Indicator Scores in Comparison with Other Countries (China, Italy, United Kingdom, United States), 2019

Table 22‑1: Analyst Recommendations for India Home Healthcare Market Including Recommendation, Rational and Implementation Strategy

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Key Segments Covered

  • India Home Healthcare Market, FY’2014-FY’2025
  • India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation, FY’2019-FY’2025

By Market Structure (Organized and Unorganized)

By Region/Tier (Tier 1, Tier 2and Tier 3 cities)

By Age Group (0-25 Years, 25-40 Years, 40-60 Years and Above 60 Years)

By Profile of Patients (Elderly care, Physiotherapy, Post-Operative Care, Stroke Rehabilitation, Palliative Care and Others )

By Subscription and Non-Recurring Model

Key Target Audience

Homecare Providers

Hospital Chains

Private Sector Investors

Healthcare Regulatory Bodies

Government and Industry Associations

Medical Device Companies & Distributors

Pharma Manufacturing and Distribution Companies

Time Period Captured in the Report:

  • Historical Period – FY’2014-FY’2019
  • Forecast Period – FY’2020-FY’2025


Companies

Companies Covered:

Portea Medical (Health Vista Pvt Ltd)

Healthcare AtHome

Medwell Ventures

Care24

CallHealth

Apollo HomeCare

India Home Healthcare

Critical Care Unified

Bharath Home Medicare

The report titled “India Home Healthcare Market Outlook to 2025 (Second Edition)– By Patient Profile (Elderly Care, Post Operative Care, Physiotherapy, Palliative Care, Stroke Rehabilitation and Others), By Organized (Subscription and Non-Subscription Model) and Unorganized, By Patient Age Profile and By Major Cities" provides a comprehensive analysis on the Home Healthcare Market of India. The report covers various aspects including market introduction, ecosystem, business model, the market size by revenue, market segmentation by the profile of patients, by organized and unorganized market, by subscription and non-recurring models, by region/tier, and by age group of patients. It also provides insights on the setting up of home healthcare agency in India, QAI accreditation, pricing solutions offered in the market, competition scenario, SWOT analysis, company profiles of major players in the market, growth drivers, trends and developments, and issues and challenges in the industry. The report concludes with future market projection for the home healthcare industry, the impact of COVID-19, and analyst recommendations highlighting the major opportunities and cautions for the India home healthcare market.

India Healthcare Market Overview

Healthcare has become one of the largest sectors in India, in terms of revenue as well as employment. Healthcare comprises hospitals, medical devices, pharmaceutical goods, medical equipment, and services like doctor consultations, clinical trials, telemedicine, e-health services, health tourism, home healthcare, and health insurance among others. The Indian healthcare sector has been growing majorly due to greater coverage, expansion of services, and increasing public and private expenditure in this sector. The overall market size of the healthcare market in India estimated to be at INR 1,070k Crores as of FY’2019.

India Home Healthcare Market Overview

The home healthcare market in India is still in its early growth stage with the presence of a large number of players, with some offering only a single specialty service to others offering multiple services across various regions. The organized market has witnessed high growth in 30-35 companies and they have gained the utmost brand visibility and traction in terms of sale of services across various regions. The overall market size has grown at a CAGR of 17.2% over the past five years.

India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation

By Region/Tier of Cities:  Tier 1 cities contribute the highest share to the total market size of the home healthcare market in India. The market share of tier 1 cities alone stands somewhere over 76.0% in the overall market. Major cities such as Delhi/NCR, Mumbai, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Ahemdabad, Kolkata, and Pune have shown major shifts in demand from traditional healthcare services to home healthcare services.

By Market Structure: The Indian home healthcare market is currently dominated by the unorganized sector. The organized sector constitutes a rather small part of the total home healthcare market size of the home healthcare market in India. The unorganized sector still dominates the market as the home healthcare market is still in its early growth stage and major players are still working on establishing their presence beyond Tier-1 cities. Although we have seen some tremendous growth in a few cities, a paradigm shift in demand is yet to be seen in this sector basis PAN India.

By Age Group: Patients above 60 years of age contribute to the lion’s share to the home healthcare market in India. Services availed by people above the age of 60 include elderly care, homecare pertaining to a chronic ailment, physiotherapy among others. 

Patients between 40-60 years contribute the second largest share followed by patients of age groups of 20-40 years and 0-25 years

By Subscription and Non-Recurring Model: Subscription models make up for a smaller proportion as they are yet to gain popularity and the industry has seen numerous cases of patients opting out of these subscriptions before the stipulated time owing to service quality inconsistency.  Another reason for the popularity of non-recurring models oversubscription model is the lack of insurance coverage. Insurance is bound to make homecare services more affordable for the patients and thus, subscription models may witness growth in this aspect.

By Profile of Patients: Elderly care services constitute the largest part of the home healthcare services market. The other segments include physiotherapy, stroke rehabilitation, palliative care, and others. These segments contribute relatively lower proportions to the total market size.

Competitive Landscape

The home healthcare market in India is in its early growth stage. The market shows a lot of potentials to grow over the coming years due to the shift in preferences and types of services demanded. The current market structure is highly fragmented with a high proportion of unorganized players as compared to organized players. The major players in the market compete on factors such as brand value, services offered, expertise and coverage, deliverable workforce, QAI accreditation, clinical outcomes among others. The major players in the market include Portea Medical, Medwell Ventures, Healthcare AtHome, Care24, India Home Health Care, CallHealth, Bharath Home Medicare, and Apollo Homecare among others.

India Home Healthcare Future Outlook

The India Home Healthcare Market is expected to grow at a positive CAGR of 19.2% during the period FY’2019-FY’2025. The growth is expected to be driven by factors such as the rise in the geriatric population, increasing demand for convenience-based healthcare services, increasingly unhealthy lifestyles of the younger population leading to a higher prevalence of chronic diseases among others. In addition, the expected onset of regulations, introduction of QAI accreditation and the measures to bring home healthcare services under the purview of insurance are also expected to help the market grow further in the coming years.

Key Segments Covered

  • India Home Healthcare Market, FY’2014-FY’2025
  • India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation, FY’2019-FY’2025

By Market Structure (Organized and Unorganized)

By Region/Tier (Tier 1, Tier 2and Tier 3 cities)

By Age Group (0-25 Years, 25-40 Years, 40-60 Years and Above 60 Years)

By Profile of Patients (Elderly care, Physiotherapy, Post-Operative Care, Stroke Rehabilitation, Palliative Care and Others )

By Subscription and Non-Recurring Model

Key Target Audience

Homecare Providers

Hospital Chains

Private Sector Investors

Healthcare Regulatory Bodies

Government and Industry Associations

Medical Device Companies & Distributors

Pharma Manufacturing and Distribution Companies

Time Period Captured in the Report:

  • Historical Period – FY’2014-FY’2019
  • Forecast Period – FY’2020-FY’2025

Companies Covered:

Portea Medical (Health Vista Pvt Ltd)

Healthcare AtHome

Medwell Ventures

Care24

CallHealth

Apollo HomeCare

India Home Healthcare

Critical Care Unified

Bharath Home Medicare

Key Topics Covered in the Report

India Home Healthcare Market Introduction

India Home Healthcare Market Business Model

National Health Statistics

India Home Healthcare Market  Size by Revenue in INR Crores

India Home Healthcare Market  Segmentation

Setting Up a Home Healthcare Agency in India

QAI Accreditation Process and Fees

Pricing Analysis of Various Home Healthcare Services

Competition Scenario of India Home Healthcare Market

Company Profiles of Major Home Healthcare Providers

SWOT Analysis and Growth Drivers

Trends and Developments in India Home Healthcare Market

Issues and Challenges in India Home Healthcare Market

Key Funding and Mergers and Acquisitions in India Home Healthcare Market

Failure Case Studies in India Home Healthcare Market

India Home Healthcare Market Future Projections

Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on India Healthcare and Home Healthcare Market

Analyst Recommendations

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Scope

1.       Executive Summary

India Healthcare Market Overview

India Home Healthcare Market Overview

India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation

Competitive Landscape

India Home Healthcare market Future Outlook

2.       Research Methodology

2.1.        Market Definitions and Size

2.2.        List of Abbreviations

2.3.        Market Sizing and Modeling

Consolidated Research Approach

Market Sizing Aproach – India Home Healthcare Market

Sample Size Inclusion Table

Variables Dependent and Independent

Multifactor Based Sensitivity Model

Limitations        

Final Conclusion

3.       Indian Home Healthcare Market Ecosystem

4.       India Home Healthcare Business Model

5.       Indian National Health Account Statistics

Registered Nurses and Pharmacists in India

Distribution of Projected Population of India

Distibution of Population by Age Group, Sex and Residence

Population in the Age Group 60 and Above, Distributed State Wise

Mortality Indicators Over the Years 2013-2016

Trends in Public Health Expenditure Over the Years 2009-2018

Average Medical and Other Expenditure per Hospitalization Case for Each Quintile

Average Medical and Other Related Expenditure on Account of Hospitalization per Hospitalization case for Each State and UT (RURAL)

Average Medical and Other Related Expenditure on Account of Hospitalization per Hospitalization case for Each State and UT (Urban)

Major Sources of Finance for Hospitalization Expenditure for Households in Different Quintile Classes of UMPCE

Number of Doctors Registered with State Medical Councils /Medical Council of India per State/UT Over the Years

Number of Dental Surgeons Registered with Central/State Medical Councils of India per State and UT

Ayush Registered Practitioners

Cross Comparison of India Among Few Countries Basis Total Elderly Population, Number of Physicians and Number of Nurses and Midwives

6.       India Home Health Care Market Introduction

Health Care Market in India

Home Healthcare Market in India

7.       India Home Healthcare Market Size By Revenue, FY’2014-FY’2019

8.       India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation, FY’2019

8.1.        By Profile of Patients (Elderly Care, Post Operative Care, Physiotherapy, Palliative Care, Stroke Rehabilitation and Others), FY’2019

Incidence of Stroke Related Cases in India

8.2.        By Organized and Unorganized Market, FY’2019

8.3.        By Subscription and Non-Recurring Model (Organized Sector)

8.4.        By Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3 Cities, FY’2019

8.4.1.       By Major Cities (Mumbai, Delhi/NCR, Bangalore, Chennai, Pune, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Kolkata and Ahmedabad), FY’2019

8.5.        By Age Group (0-25 Years, 25-40 Years, 40-60 Years and Above 60 Years of Age), FY’2019

9.       Setting up a Home Healthcare Agency in India

Organisational Structure of a Home Healthcare Company

Recruitment and Trainings of Nurses, Attendants and Other Deliverable Resources

Service Level Agreements (SLA) with the Patients and the Employees (Doctors, Nurses, Attendants etc.)

Marketing and Promotion of Services

Investment in Patient Monitoring Tech

Major Cities to Target in India for Providing Home Healthcare Services

Factors Considered by VC Firms and Other Investors before Investing in a Home Healthcare Company

10.        QAI Accreditation for the Home Healthcare Companies

Benefits of Accreditation

QAI’s Centre for Accreditation of Health and Social Care (CAHSC)

Eligibility and Preparation for Accreditation

Accreditation Process

Assessment Criteria and Fee Structure

11.        Pricing Analysis of Services Offered in the Market

12.        Trends and Developments in India Home Healthcare Market

Rising Hospitalization Costs

Increase in Geriatric Population

Increase in Partnerships

Technology Oriented Growth

Expansion in the Suite of Services Offered

Rising Trend of Nuclear Families

13.        Issues and Challenges in India Home Healthcare Market

Predominance of the Unorganised Sector

Lack of Adequate and Skilled Manpower

Low Penetration Rate

Lack of Regulations

Lack of Insurance Coverage

Absence of Inclusive Public Policies

14.        Competitive Landscape of India Home Healthcare Market

Strengths &Weaknesses and Market Share of Home Healthcare Companies in India

Cross-Comparison of Major Home Healthcare Companies in India basis Financial and Operational Parameters

14.1.     Competition Parameters in India Home Healthcare Market

14.2.     SWOT Analysis of India Home Healthcare Market

15.        Company Profiles of Major Players in India Home Healthcare Market, FY’2019

15.1.     Portea Medical

15.2.     Healthcare AtHome

15.3.     Medwell Ventures

15.4.     Care24 (Aegis Care Advisors Private Limited)

15.5.     CallHealth

15.6.     Apollo Homecare

15.7.     India Home Health Care

15.8.     Critical Care Unified (CCU) Homecare

15.9.     Bharath Home Medicare Pvt. Ltd.

16.        Key Funding and Mergers and Acquisitions Scenario in India Home Healthcare Market

16.1.     Mergers and Acquisitions

16.2.     Major Funding in India Home Healthcare Market

17.        Failure Case Study of Philips Home Care Services

Reasons for Failure of Philips Home Care Services

18.        Successful Multi-Channel Branding Campaign: A Case Study of Portea Medical

19.        India Home Healthcare Market Future Projection and Outlook, FY’2019-FY’2025F

20.        India Home Healthcare Future Market Segmentation, 2025F

20.1.     By Region/Tier Wise, FY’2025F

20.2.     By Organised and Unorganized Market, FY’2025F

20.3.     By Age Group, 2025F

20.4.     By Subscription and Non-Recurring Model (Organized Sector), FY’2025F

20.5.     By Profile of Patients, FY’2025F

21.        Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Healthcare Industry

Fast-tracking of Implementation of Targets for Public Health Emergencies within National Disaster Management Plan

Strengthening of Government Infrastructure and Public Private Partnerships

Internalization of Pharma Supply Chain & Make-in-India focus for Medical Equipment

Medical Tourism will Continue to See a Downtrend

Increased Use of Technology, Telemedicine, Training of primary health workers and Mobile hospitals

India is More Vulnerable to Epidemics Compared to China and Italy

Respiratory Illnesses: Deadliest among Communicable Diseases in India

21.1.     Impact of COVID-19 on Home Healthcare Industry in India

22.        Analyst Recommendations

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List Of Figure

Figure 1‑1: India Home Healthcare Market Structure in INR Crores, FY’ 2019

Figure 1‑2: India Home Healthcare Market Structure in INR Crores, FY’ 2025F

Figure 3‑1: Indian Home Healthcare Market Ecosystem Including Regulatory and Industry Associations, Major Home Healthcare Players, Major Hospitals Providing Home Healthcare Services and Major Investors, FY’2019

Figure 4‑1: Business Model for India Home Healthcare Market, FY’2019

Figure 6‑1: India Healthcare Market Size on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), FY’2014-FY’2019

Figure 6‑2: Home Healthcare Market as a Percentage (%) of the Overall Healthcare Market on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2019

Figure 7‑1: India Home Healthcare Market Size on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), FY’2014-FY’2019

Figure 8‑1: India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Profile of Patients (Elderly Care, Post Operative Care, Physiotherapy, Stroke Rehabilitation, Palliative Care and Others) on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), FY’ 2019

Figure 8‑2: Elderly Population Statistics in India in Millions and Growth Rate in Percentages (%), 2014-2019

Figure 8‑3: India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Organized and Unorganized Market on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), FY’2019

Figure 8‑4: Indian Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Subscription and Non-Recurring Model (Organized Sector) on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), FY’2019

Figure 8‑5: Indian Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Region/Tier (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3) on the Basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), FY’2019

Figure 8‑6: Indian Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Age Group (0-25 Years, 25-40 Years, 40-60 Years and Above 60 Years of Age) on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), FY’2019

Figure 8‑7: Population of India by Age Group in Years Terms of Percentage as of 31st December, 2017

Figure 8‑8: Number of People Diagnosed for Non Communicable Diseases by Type in Terms of Percentage, 2018

Figure 8‑9: Number of Disability Cases in India by Type in Terms of Percentage (%), 2018

Figure 9‑1: Organizational Structure of a Home Healthcare Company

Figure 9‑2: A Snippet of the IHHC Simulation Lab in Bangalore

Figure 9‑3: A Snippet of a Consent Form of a Home Healthcare Service Provider

Figure 9‑4: Consent Form-2 of a Home Healthcare Service Provider

Figure 9‑5: A Snippet of Mobile App Dashboard of a Home Healthcare Provider in India

Figure 10‑1: Steps Involved in Accreditation Process

Figure 15‑1: Total Revenue of Portea Medical in INR Crores, FY’2014-FY’2019

Figure 15‑2: Revenue of Healthcare AtHome in INR Crores, FY’2014-FY’2019

Figure 15‑3: Revenue from Operations of Medwell Ventures in INR Crores and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), FY’2015-FY’2019

Figure 15‑4: Revenue from Operations for Care24 (Aegis Care Advisors Private Limited) in INR Crores, FY’2015-FY’2019

Figure 15‑5: Revenue in INR for CallHealth in INR Crores, FY’ 2017-FY’2019

Figure 15‑6: Revenue from Operations in INR Crores for Apollo Home Healthcare Limited (AHHL), FY’2015-FY’2019

Figure 15‑7: Revenue from Operations in INR Crores for India Home Health Care, FY’2014-FY’2019

Figure 15‑8: Revenue from Operations in INR Crores for Critical Care Unified (CCU), FY’2016-FY’2019

Figure 17‑1: Revenue from Operations for Philips Home Care in INR Crores, FY’2017-FY’2019

Figure 18‑1: Case Study of Portea Medical in India including Overview, Challenge, Objective, Strategies Adopted and Results

Figure 19‑1: India Home Healthcare Market Future Outlook and Projections on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), FY’2019-FY’2025F

Figure 19‑2: India Home Healthcare Market as a Percentage Share of Overall Healthcare Market in India on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores and Percentages (%), FY’2019-FY’2025F

Figure 20‑1: India Home Healthcare Market Future Projection by Region/Tier (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2025F

Figure 20‑2: India Home Healthcare Market Future Projection by Market Structure (Organized and Unorganized) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2025F

Figure 20‑3: Indian Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Age Group on the basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), FY’2025F

Figure 20‑4: India Home Healthcare Market Future Projection by Subscription and Non-Recurring Model (Organized Sector) on the Basis of Revenue in Percentage (%), FY’2025F

Figure 20‑5: India Home Healthcare Market Future Projection by Profile of Patients on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2025F

Figure 20‑6: Elderly Population Statistics in India in Millions and Growth in Percentage, 2019-2025F

Figure 21‑1: Share of Deaths Due to Communicable Diseases in Percentage (%), 2019


List Of Table

Table 2‑1: Description of Few Services Offered against Each Specialization by Major Organised Home Healthcare Players in India

Table 2‑2: Consolidated Research Approach for India Home Healthcare Market

Table 2‑3: Sample Size Inclusion Table Including Major Players in India Home Healthcare Market, Home Healthcare Patients and Industry Experts

Table 2‑4: Sample Size Inclusion Table Including Respondent Category and Percentage of Sample Size

Table 2‑5: Tentative Set of Questions Asked by Mode of Entities and Desired Outcome

Table 2‑6: Correlation Matrix for India Home Healthcare Market

Table 2‑7: Regression Coefficients Output for India Home Healthcare Market

Table 4‑1: Role of Different Entities in India Home Healthcare Market, 2019

Table 5‑1:  State/UT Wise Number of Registered Nurses & Pharmacists in India

Table 5‑2: State/UT Wise Distribution of Projected Population of India as on 1st March, 2019 in Thousands

Table 5‑3: Percentage Distribution of Estimated Population by Age Group, Sex and Residence, 2017

Table 5‑4: State Wise Distribution of Population in the Age Group 60 and Above, in Percentages, 2016

Table 5‑5: Mortality Indicators in India, 2013-2016

Table 5‑6: Trends in Public Health Expenditure, 2009-2018

Table 5‑7: Average Medical and other Non-Medical Expenditure on the Basis of Expenditure on each Hospitalization Case for each Quintile in INR, 2019

Table 5‑8: Average Medical and Non Medical Expenditure on the Basis of Hospitalization Cases for Each State/UT, Gender and Sector (Rural) in INR, 2016

Table 5‑9: Average Medical Expenditure and Non-Medical Expenditure on account of Hospitalization per Hospitalization Case for Each State/UT, Gender and Sector (Urban) (in INR), 2016

Table 5‑10: Major Source of Finance to Meet Hospital Expenditure for Households in Different Quintile Classes of UMPCE in Percentages (%), 2014

Table 5‑11: States/UTs wise Number of Doctors Possessing Recognized Medical, Qualifications (Under I.M.C Act) Registered with State Medical Councils/Medical Council of India from the Year up to 2013 to 2018

Table 5‑12: State/UT wise Dental Surgeons Registered with Central / State Dental Councils of India, 2013-2018

Table 5‑13: State/UT wise AYUSH Registered Practitioners (Doctors) in India as on 1st January, 2018

Table 5‑14: Total Elderly Population (65 and Above) by Select Countries (China, India, USA, Japan, Germany, UK, Canada, Australia, South Africa and UAE), 2013-2018

Table 5‑15: No. of Physicians per 1,000 Population in Select Countries (Germany, Australia, UK, USA, Canada, Japan, UAE, China, South Africa and India), 2013-2017

Table 5‑16: No. of Nurses and Midwives per 1,000 Population in Select Countries (Germany, Australia, UK, USA, Canada, Japan, UAE, China, South Africa and India), 2013-2017

Table 6‑1: Overall Healthcare Market v/s Home Healthcare Market in India in INR Crores, FY’2014- FY’2019

Table 7‑1: Rationale and Description for Indian Home Healthcare Market Size on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2014-FY’2019

Table 8‑1: Rationale for India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Profile of Patients (Elderly Care, Post Operative Care, Physiotherapy, Palliative Care, Stroke Rehabilitation,  and Others) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2019

Table 8‑2: Brief Description of Major Patient Profile including Services Included and Strategies to be Adopted

Table 8‑3: Elderly Population Statistics in India Based on Sex in Millions, 2014-2019

Table 8‑4: Total Deaths and DALY’s by Sex on the Basis of Each Cause under Cardiovascular Diseases in Percentages, FY’ 2016

Table 8‑5: Cross Comparison between States and Union Territories in India on the Basis of Crude DALY Rates of Ischaemic Heart Disease, Stroke and Rheumatic Heart Disease in Rate per 100,000, FY’2016

Table 8‑6: Cross Comparison between India and Asia Pacific Countries on the Basis of Stroke Incidence per 100,000 per Year and Prevalence in Percentages, FY’ 2016

Table 8‑7: Rationale for India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Market Structure (Organized and Unorganized) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2019

Table 8‑8: Rationale for Indian Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Subscription and Non Recurring Model (Organized Sector) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2019

Table 8‑9: India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Region/Tier (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2019

Table 8‑10: India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Major Cities on the Basis of Market Share in Percentages (%), FY’2019

Table 8‑11: Rationale for India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Age Group (0-25 Years, 25-40 Years, 40-60 Years and Above 60 Years of Age) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2019

Table 8‑12: Comparison of Different Age Group of Patient Profile Including Major Services Demanded, Challenges and Strategies

Table 8‑13: Cases Reported by Disease Type in India, 2017 and 2018

Table 9‑1: Factors to Consider while Setting up a Home Healthcare Agency in India

Table 9‑2: Ratio of Operational Staff to Support Staff in the Overall Workforce of Few Major Home Healthcare Providers in India

Table 9‑3: General Terms and Conditions for Availing a Home Healthcare Service

Table 9‑4:  Terms and Conditions Pertaining to Medical Equipment and Devices while Availing Home Healthcare Services

Table 9‑5: Major Cities and Services to Target in India for Providing Home Healthcare Services

Table 9‑6: Industry Parameters Considered by VC Firms and Other Investors before Investing in a Home Healthcare Company in India

Table 10‑1: Scope of Accreditation for Home Healthcare Services

Table 10‑2: Assessment Criteria and Fees Structure for Head Office Accreditation

Table 10‑3: Assessment Criteria and Fee per City

Table 10‑4: Major Home Healthcare Providers who Received QAI Accreditation in India

Table 11‑1: Cost Comparison of ICU Services for Patients at Hospital and at Home in INR, 2019

Table 11‑2: India Home Healthcare Services Classification on the Basis of Pricing for Different Services in INR, 2019

Table 11‑3: Cross-Comparison on the Basis of Pricing for Different Services (Attendant, Nursing and Physiotherapy) Offered by Home Healthcare Companies in INR

Table 11‑4: Mother and Infant Care Pricing in INR

Table 14‑1: Competition Scenario in Indian Home Healthcare Market, FY’2019

Table 14‑2: Strength, Weakness and Market Share of Major Players (within Organized Sector) in India Home Healthcare Market, 2019

Table 14‑3: Cross Comparison on the Basis of Financial Parameters (including Revenue from Operations, Total Expenditure, Profit before Tax, Profit after Tax) of India Home Healthcare Companies in INR Crores, FY’ 2019

Table 14‑4: Cross-Comparison of Home Healthcare Companies in India on the Basis of Number of Major Services, Year of Incorporation, Patients Served, Presence (Number of Cities) and Number of Deliverable Workforce, 2019

Table 14‑5: Competition Parameters for Leading Home Healthcare Providers in India

Table 14‑6: SWOT Analysis of the Home Healthcare Market in India, FY’2019

Table 15‑1: Company Profile of Portea Medical Including Company Overview, Key Employees, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Marketing Strategies, Number of Patient Visits, Contractual v/s Pay Roll Staff, Regional Presence, Future Plans, , Shareholding Pattern, FY’2019

Table 15‑2: Financial Performance of Portea Medical including Total Revenue, Total Expenses, Profit or Loss before Tax and Profit or Loss after Tax in INR Crores, FY’2014-FY’2019

Table 15‑3: Financial Performance of Healthvista India Pvt. Ltd. (Parent Company of Portea Medical) including Sales Revenue, Total Revenue and Profit after Tax in INR Crores, FY’2016-FY’2019

Table 15‑4: Company Profile of Healthcare AtHome Including Company Overview, Key Employees, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Future Plans, Marketing Strategies, Regional Presence, Contractual v/s Pay Roll Staff, Key Statistics, Shareholding Pattern, FY’2019

Table 15‑5: Financial Summary of Healthcare at Home in INR Crores, FY’2014-FY’2019

Table 15‑6: Company Profile of Medwell Ventures, Including Company Overview, Key Employees, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Marketing Strategies, Future Plans, Regional Presence, Patients Served, Contractual v/s Pay Roll Staff, Key Statistics and Key Revenue Streams, Shareholding Pattern, 2019

Table 15‑7: Financial Summary of Medwell Ventures in INR Crores, FY’2015-FY’2019

Table 15‑8: List of Equity Share Holders of Medwell Ventures as on 31st March 2019

Table 15‑9: Company Profile of Care24 (Aegis Care Advisors Private Limited) Including Company Overview, Key Employees, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Marketing Strategies, Future Plans, Regional Presence and Shareholding Pattern, FY’2019

Table 15‑10: Financial Summary of Aegis Care Advisors Private Limited (Parent Company of Care24) in INR Crores, FY’2015 – FY’2019

Table 15‑11: List of Equity Shareholders of Aegis Care Advisors Private Limited (Care24) as on 31st March 2019

Table 15‑12: Company Profile of CallHealth Including Company Overview, Key Employees, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Marketing Strategies, Regional Presence, Future Plans and Shareholding Pattern, FY’2019

Table 15‑13: Financial Summary of Call Health Services in INR Crores, FY’2015-FY’2019

Table 15‑14: Company Profile of Apollo HomeCare, Including Company Overview, Key Employees, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Marketing Strategies, Regional Presence, Future Plans and Key Revenue Streams, FY’2019

Table 15‑15: Financial Information of Apollo Home Healthcare Limited (AHHL) in INR Crores, FY’2015- FY’2019

Table 15‑16: Company Profile of India Home Health Care, Including Company Overview, Key Employees, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Marketing Strategies, Regional Presence, Future Plans, Shareholding Pattern, FY’ 2019

Table 15‑17: Financial Summary of India Home Health Care Private Limited in INR Crores, FY’2015 – FY’2019

Table 15‑18: Company Profile of CCU Homecare, Including Company Overview, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Marketing Strategies, Regional Presence, Future Plans and Shareholding Pattern, FY’ 2019

Table 15‑19: Financial Information of Critical Care Unified (CCU) in INR Crores, FY’2016- FY’2019

Table 15‑20: Company Profile of Bharath Home Medicare Pvt. Ltd. Including Company Overview, Key Employees, USP, Major Services, Recent Developments, Future Plans, Regional Presence and Shareholding Pattern, FY’2019

Table 15‑21: Financial Information of Bharath Home Medicare Pvt. Ltd. in INR Crores, FY’2019

Table 16‑1: Key Acquisitions in the Indian Home Healthcare Market, 2019

Table 16‑2: India Home Healthcare Market Funding on the Basis of Value of Funding in USD as of 1st January 2019

Table 17‑1: Financial Information of Philips Home Care in INR Crores, FY’2017- FY’2019

Table 19‑1: Rationale and Description for Indian Home Healthcare Market Future Projection on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), FY’2019-FY’2025F

Table 19‑2: Overall Healthcare Market vs. Home Healthcare Market Future Projections on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores and Share in Percentages (%), FY’2019-FY’2025F

Table 20‑1: Indian Home Healthcare Market Future Projection by Region/Tier (Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2025F

Table 20‑2: Indian Home Healthcare Market Future Projection by Organised and Unorganized Market on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2025F

Table 20‑3: Rationale for India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation by Age Group (0-25 Years, 25-40 Years, 40-60 Years and Above 60 Years of Age) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2025F

Table 20‑4: India Home Healthcare Market Future Projection by Subscription and Non-Recurring Model (Organized Sector) on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2025F

Table 20‑5: India Home Healthcare Market Future Projection by Profile of Patients on the Basis of Revenue in INR Crores, FY’2025F

Table 20‑6: Elderly Population Statistics in India on the Basis of Sex in Million, 2019-2025F

Table 21‑1: India Global Health Security Rank and Indicator Scores in Comparison with Other Countries (China, Italy, United Kingdom, United States), 2019

Table 22‑1: Analyst Recommendations for India Home Healthcare Market Including Recommendation, Rational and Implementation Strategy

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Key Segments Covered

  • India Home Healthcare Market, FY’2014-FY’2025
  • India Home Healthcare Market Segmentation, FY’2019-FY’2025

By Market Structure (Organized and Unorganized)

By Region/Tier (Tier 1, Tier 2and Tier 3 cities)

By Age Group (0-25 Years, 25-40 Years, 40-60 Years and Above 60 Years)

By Profile of Patients (Elderly care, Physiotherapy, Post-Operative Care, Stroke Rehabilitation, Palliative Care and Others )

By Subscription and Non-Recurring Model

Key Target Audience

Homecare Providers

Hospital Chains

Private Sector Investors

Healthcare Regulatory Bodies

Government and Industry Associations

Medical Device Companies & Distributors

Pharma Manufacturing and Distribution Companies

Time Period Captured in the Report:

  • Historical Period – FY’2014-FY’2019
  • Forecast Period – FY’2020-FY’2025


Companies

Companies Covered:

Portea Medical (Health Vista Pvt Ltd)

Healthcare AtHome

Medwell Ventures

Care24

CallHealth

Apollo HomeCare

India Home Healthcare

Critical Care Unified

Bharath Home Medicare