According to estimates from PwC’s Health Research Institute, the global spending on healthcare will grow by 51% between 2010 and 2020, amounting to a cumulative total of more than $71 trillion. This creates a multi-trillion global market opportunity for private companies and investors.
Indian healthcare industry in particular is on a robust growth curve with tremendous scope for investments in new healthcare facilities, expanding existing facilities and installing advanced equipment. In the Tier II and Tier III towns, plans are on the pipeline to offer more facilities to patients that can lead to early diagnosis.
In order to do this efficiently, and effectively, healthcare professionals specializing is different medical domains are a must. This could start anywhere from and ambulance care assistant to radiographers. The following profiles are in constant demand:
• Ambulance Care Assistants
• Orthopedic technicians,
• Imaging Support Workers
• Speech therapists
• Music Therapists
• And the list only goes on.