India’s healthcare sector has been a cause for debate for many years. One can choose to look at this sector in two different ways, in a negative way and pick out all the faults or all that is lacking in this sector or secondly to find out solutions for all the problems.
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India’s healthcare is divided into two: public and private. Public healthcare sector consists of primary and community healthcare centers while the private healthcare sector can be found in more urban areas of India in the form of secondary, tertiary and quaternary care.
To begin to understand what challenges and opportunities the Indian healthcare sector face is a mammoth task. Let us start the task by reading through some statistics.
Indian healthcare is riddled with challenges. Some of the more obvious reasons for the rise in such challenges are population, infrastructure, lack of investment, etc. To list all challenges is impossible but some of the major challenges India's faces are:
Amidst all the chatter of what is wrong with the healthcare sector in India, many good things have been done. The Indian government has been working tirelessly to provide quality healthcare to all while trying to incorporate the very latest in technology. Some of the major opportunities are:
Contributing to the healthcare sector to bring better healthcare for all is Max Bupa Network Hospitals. It is a joint venture between Max India Ltd and Bupa, a UK based healthcare expert.
Max Bupa provides health insurance and also has its network of hospitals throughout India. Max Bupa Network Hospitals provide cashless hospitalization to all their insured customers which mean that anyone of their insurance holders can visit a Bupa network hospital and they can get treatment without paying any expenses. All expenses are paid off by the insurance provider directly to the hospital.
Max Bupa has more than 3,500 hospitals in its Bupa network hospitals, all of which provide quality healthcare and treatment to all. Max Bupa network hospitals aim not only providing insurance but to also building lifelong relationships with their customers
Max Bupa provides three main types of insurance plans: individual, couple, nuclear family and extended family insurance plans.
All Max Bupa network hospital insurance plans cover costs of treatment, pre and post hospitalization charges, hospital room charges and much more.
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