Revenue of healthcare players to grow 10-15% in FY'15

Feb 02 2014, 14:32 IST
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Revenues of most healthcare players are expected to grow 10-15 per cent in 2014-15 due to addition of more beds, but overall profitability might be affected by a long break-even period and high manpower costs, says a report. (AP) Revenues of most healthcare players are expected to grow 10-15 per cent in 2014-15 due to addition of more beds, but overall profitability might be affected by a long break-even period and high manpower costs, says a report. (AP)
SummaryRevenues of most healthcare players are expected to grow 10-15 per cent in 2014-15 due to addition of more beds, but overall profitability might be affected by a long break-even period and high manpower costs, says a report.

World Health Organisation's estimates, India has 6.5 doctors per 10,000 people against the world median of 14.2. To achieve the government of India's goal of 20 beds per 10,000 people by 2020, Ind-Ra estimates 1.5 million beds will have to be added.

Based on capex announcements by the industry players, FY15 would be the year of peak capacity additions since FY11.

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