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The Indian Medico Paradise

Medico Tourism

Tourism for all. Medico Tourism for good. As a state, Gujarat has been a hub for medical cure, Ahmedabad being the medical treatment spot. At the time when medical services are available and designed to be at your doorstep, exigencies have also been addressed and accounted to resolve in the interest of mankind.

While career options from core medical and paramedical have extended to a bigger chunk of dietician and hospital oriented hospitality services. The medical tourism policy is doing its bit and in place. The accomplishment is the objective to be the most preferred, multidimensional and cure centric wellness for the society as a whole.

With the medico giants across the globe, there has been an influx of a grandeur chunk to India and gearing up. As a result, the foreign acquisitions with the Indian healthcare entities through high value investments have shown opportunities for growth. This has brought in the best of technology, clinical and managerial expertise along with the global practises. 

The pocket of the patients has been able to save on the costs with the depreciation of the rupee against the foreign currencies, as India heads towards full convertibility in future.

Some challenges that can be overruled in this purview are the language and country barriers, infrastructural facilities at the disposal, affordability of treatment, willingness to pay for, able multi trade medical practitioners in India and has already initiated marketing strategies to bundle healthcare services internationally. 

We still have a long way in the process of combatting situational issues in terms of touts as mediatory gents, valid doctoral and hospital accreditation into practise in India, legal problems in medico governed laws, global security in international restrictions policy, competing medico growth to name a few towards global uniformity in quality standards & accreditation in patient safety.  

We have to value what we have in plethora, and that in India is the qualified medical practitioners at international level and the skilful nursing staff flourishing throughout the globe, the indispensable infra and facilities, the conscious target of all segments and backgrounds of customers being catered to. India has delivered all this, without much aggressive promotion but contributes to the wellness solution.

We have to step up with esp. our young ailing citizens with safety protocols, therapeutic diet, minimum regular exercise and so on. How can I forget to acknowledge my fellow netizens, who are thoroughly knowledgeable of the Do’s and Don’ts in today’s wellness regime, but I wonder who is going to play their cards right; not being a guest to the medico paradise?

The soul always knows what to do to heal itself. The challenge is to silence the mind. – Caroline Myss

This article is “Get-well-soon and stay Healthy” zest of a research study conducted at the author’s end.

Written by Dr. Salla Vijay Kumar.
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Dr. Salla Vijay Kumar
Dr. Salla Vijay Kumar, is senior lecturer at Institute of Hotel Management (IHM) Ahmedabad, widely considered to be one of the India's best hospitality and hotel management schools. He holds a Ph.D. in Management from Kadi Sarva Vishwavidyalaya (KSV), an M.Phil from Madurai Kamaraj University (MKU), and a B.Sc. (H & H.A.) degree from IGNOU from Institute of Hotel Management (IHM) Ahmedabad. He has 5 years of International & National industrial exposure at Holiday Inn, Ahmedabad, Baisan International, Bahrain, and Sarovar Group, Ahmedabad, and teaching at Baisan Institute of Hotel Management, Bahrain; he is serving IHM Ahmedabad since 2002.

Dr. Salla Vijay Kumar is an opinion columnist for the CEOWORLD magazine. Connect with him through LinkedIn.