New Delhi [India], Dec 2 (ANI / SRV): CureIndia, a leading platform for medical and dental tourism in India, has been at the forefront of India’s billion dollar MVT industry . The platform has already created a major impact in the medical tourism industry in the pre-pandemic phase is started to rejuvenate the health field hit by COVID.
Cure India is a state-of-the-art medical tourism platform operated by New Delhi-based Rejuve India Meditour Pvt Ltd, incorporated in 2013. With links to over 50 accredited hospital and healthcare groups in the country and by offering their services internationally, CureIndia is showing signs of penetrating the nation’s post-pandemic medical and dental tourism market.
CureIndia puts on an impressive show without showing the reluctance of a startup playing a pivotal role in the field. The platform has already helped hundreds of patients from more than 25 countries in the Middle East, Africa, CIS and Bangladesh.
Medical tourism refers to moving from one region or country to another in search of better health facilities. Many factors such as cost effectiveness, qualification and experience of doctors, treatment of a specific disease, better treatment and care, language barrier, etc., play a crucial role in influencing the healthcare industry. health of a country.
India ranks among the top medical tourism destinations in Asia along with Thailand and Singapore, but outperforms both when it comes to low costs for quality healthcare. India is best known for its cost-effective medical treatments as well as high standards in cardiology, orthopedics, oncology, neurosurgery, etc.
India has seen a huge increase in the influx of medical tourists from all parts of the world, with the CAGR increasing steadily by 18% every year. In 2019, the industry scored a total of 617,453 medical tourists, projecting the industry’s value to around $ 9 billion by 2020.
The industry faced a temporary crisis during the pandemic phase as restrictions were placed on the influx of international tourists.
Major medical tourism platforms like CureIndia have effectively contributed to the growth of India’s medical tourism industry during the pre-pandemic phase. The same trend is expected to a greater extent as the industry slowly begins to rise again.
To solve the problem, the central government lifted restrictions on 99 countries, regulating the influx of tourists to India. This includes Oman, Bahrain, Qatar, Kuwait, Nigeria, Ghana, Mauritius, Rwanda, Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Germany, etc., where the bulk of medical tourists come from.
India will also resume international flights to all countries from December 15, 2021, after a 20-month gap, although there are restrictions on the number of flights allowed from a country based on its health risk status. The United States, Canada, Australia, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia are allowed to have 100% of the pre-COVID capacity. UK, Europe, Singapore, etc. will be authorized for 75% of pre-COVID flights.
In addition to easing restrictions, the central ministry has taken a crucial step in favor of medical tourism and the platforms associated with it. The formulation of the National Strategy and Roadmap for Medical and Wellness Tourism, led by the Minister of Tourism, is an important initiative for the development of the nation’s medical tourism industry.
The platform has links with more than 50 hospital and healthcare groups recognized by JCI and NABH and a number of small specialty hospitals that are part of the chain. The platform currently offers its services in four languages, namely English, Arabic, Russian and Bengali, and is aimed at patients in countries of the Middle East, Africa, Bangladesh and the IEC.
Only very few platforms in the world are equipped to provide end-to-end services associated with medical tourism, and CureIndia is unquestionably one of them. With the versatility, affordability and professional touch of the services provided, they offer a futuristic vision to the medical and dental tourism industry.
Offering priority consultation, free medical advice and other screenings, airport transfers, food and accommodation to patients and guests, language interpreters, pre and post treatment follow-ups, etc., are just a few. some of the services offered by CureIndia. .
With the national health and wellness tourism strategy and roadmap in place and the ease of restrictions on international travel, the medical tourism industry anticipates a wave of multiple downturns in the near future, where platforms like CureIndia have a huge role to play.
To find out more visit Cure India.
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