Medical Tourism

Medical trip to India getting easy as planning holiday

CHENNAI

Idris Kabir Maska, a Nigerian resident was on the lookout for the place to undertake a cochlear implant procedure for his child. His search ended when he hit upon MediConnectIndia’s contacts.

“The adequacy of information and assistance I was provided with helped me zero in on India,” Maska said, reports The Economic Times.

As healthcare turns costlier in developed countries, cost arbitrage and availability of accredited facilities are drawing hundreds to India. The Indian medical tourism market is expected to grow from $3 billion at present to around $8 billion by 2020, as per a CII-Grant Thornton white paper.

Witnessing an annual growth of 30% in medical tourism, India set to become the no. 1 destination.

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