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Indian Healthcare Sector: An overview Indian Healthcare is one of the largest sectors in the Indian economy both in terms of revenues and employments. Contributing approximately 4% of the countrys gross domestic product (GDP), the sector was valued at an estimated USD 90 billion in the last financial year. It is expected to continue to grow at a CAGR of 15% through 2017 to reach USD 160 billion .The growth in population, increase in life style related diseases, rising purchasing power of middle class and higher awareness of chronic illnesses will be the key growth drivers for the sector. It is human nature to take for granted things that are gifted to us. It is only when a resource becomes neglected or is taken for granted, that it is missed and its absence regretted. Health is preserved and gained to a delicate combination of holistic practices such as a healthy mind, a balanced lifestyle, proper eating and soulful work. The preciousness and value of all life and especially human life is truly priceless. We need to be aware of this at every moment and also tell those around us. Health can be lost due to a variety of reasons and to preserve, there are certain things which should be done: namely, stopping smoking, eating sensibly, getting enough exercise, adopting a holistic lifestyle through practice of yoga and meditation and getting a health check done regularly- a very small price to pay, for your priceless body. Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) represent a new frontier in the fight to improve global health. NCDs affect the developing world and the lower-income population the hardest. NCDs are estimated to accounts for nearly 75% of all global deaths. India alone accounts for 17% of these.
This high burden poses a substantial threat to Indias economic development, with a potential cumulative loss of US .2 trillion by 2030- nearly 3.5 times our current GDP! Global experience, has demonstrated that interventions aimed at prevention and early diagnosis are the most cost effective means for NCDs control, especially in developed markets. There is clear evidence linking reductions in cardiovascular and diabetes related morbidity and mortality to focus on initiatives such as large scale awareness campaigns, lifestyle interventions, screening programmers and medication for high- risk groups. It is critical to recognize that many risk factors of NCDs (unhealthy diet, physical inactivity, tobacco use, alcohol abuse) are controllable with right individual action. The challenge for India is to create a mindset where individuals see healthy living as an essential investment rather than as an expense. As caregivers, we at Soni group take this responsibility very seriously while we continue to focus on providing best-in-class medical treatment across all specialties of care. Be it Cardiology, Oncology, Orthopedics, or Neuro-Sciences, we provide the same emphasis on creating a culture of health and wellness as with care and sickness. Our focus since inception has been on right diagnosis and accurate treatment planning before getting into the actual treatment itself and we continue to invest in some of the best technologies available on this front across all our hospitals. We continuously aim at improving our standards of clinical care to ensure all our hospitals deliver safe and quality care to patients, irrespective of location and size through. For us, the patient is at the centre of whatever we do or plan for, and patient care is the reason for your companys existence, very precious resources for the patient.