Global Healthcare

The global healthcare industry is growing to unprecedented levels with factors such as an ageing population, rising incidence of obesity and chronic diseases contributing to its expansion.


Forecasts suggest that the global healthcare services market will reach the $3 trillion mark by the end of 2014. As a result, we are now witnessing the emergence of remarkable business models catering specifically to this industry in order to gratify the growing demand for such facilities that can provide affordable health for everyone.
Countries are now spending a huge percentage of their GDP on health care even while being riddled with recession because they realize that not spending on health care can result in a severe backlash from the entire population. With medical technologies continually developing, the auxiliary industries linked to global healthcare have also evolved to extend the benefits and make proper healthcare accessible to everyone. Government legislations and incentives are providing an impetus to pharmaceutical companies by providing more funds that enable deeper research and development of miraculous drugs. Hoping that such incentives will make health care systems more sustainable in the future, Governments across the globe are also providing stimulus across allied areas such as medical tourism and healthcare IT today.

The traditional ways and methods used in the healthcare industry are now a part of the past. Although you do have professionals who are well trained and equipped to cater to the various healthcare needs, but there is a constant […]

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An astonishing opinion mentioned in many corners of the web is that the United States of America houses the world’s healthiest and the sickest individuals at any given time. Now, how much of this statement is based on hard evidence


The Institute of Medicine (USA) report says, “As medical science and technology has advanced at a rapid pace, the healthcare delivery system has floundered in its ability to provide consistently high quality care to all.” This entails that just improved

Health standards have greatly degraded with the office culture of the day. Nearly 7.5 hours of an average business day are spent sitting at a desk in the typical office environment. Such a work culture has tremendously increased the risk

Constellation Communication and Event, an event arm of Dubai based conglomerate is organizing a Certificate Program for medical tourism professionals in India. The workshop would be conducted in Mumbai on June 1 & 2. The company has roped in Dr Prem,

With the global population increasing at an unbelievable pace, energy consumption is projected to go up by 200 per cent. If the projections for the sustainability trends are anything to go by and with rampant environmental degradation along with depleted

The 4th Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress Announces Strategic Initiatives for Successful Industry Growth CHICAGO, IL, Oct 11, 2011 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — The 4th Medical Tourism & Global Healthcare Congress, with several parallel conferences, taking place at the

Rexam Healthcare has received 510(k) approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (US FDA) for Safe’n’Sound, a passive safety device for staked prefilled syringes. The approval granted to Rexam by the US FDA for its Safe’n’Sound device is an

ExHealth, a leading healthcare marketing & media firm signs a marketing agreement with world congress for upcoming Middle East’s prestigious healthcare congress. Dubai, November 10, 2010: ExHealth, a Dubai Healthcare City-based medical tourism consultancy and healthcare media & marketing firm

Over 500 global decision-makers and leaders to share global healthcare best practices in a three days congress starting 5th December. Dubai, November 10, 2010: ExHealth, a Dubai Healthcare City-based medical tourism consultancy and healthcare media & marketing firm has signed

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