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Reportlinker Adds Prefeasibility Report - Specaility and Multi- Speciality Hospitals (2009)

Tuesday, October 27, 2009 General News J E 4
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NEW YORK, Oct. 26 -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue.

Reportlinker Adds Prefeasibility Report - Specaility and Multi- Speciality Hospitals (2009)

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The Indian healthcare industry is divided into two segments services and manufacturing. While the manufacturing segment consists of medical equipment manufacturing industry and pharma production, the services segment is basically split into direct services and indirect services. Hospitals, health insurance services and R&D services are considered as direct services, while third party insurance, claims settlement services and others, constitute the indirect services.

The Indian healthcare industry is in the growth path. According to the WHO report, India needs to add 80,000 hospital beds each year for the next five years to meet the demands of its growing population. And, the Indian healthcare delivery industry is upbeat about the future of hospitals for:

- In Government of India's recent budget declarations, enough emphasis has been given on setting up of healthcare delivery infrastructure mainly in Tier – I & Tier – II cities.

- High quality talent pool,

- proven track record,

- favorable government policies,

- ability to deliver healthcare services at low cost and

- high quality infrastructure

The Scope of the report:

This pre-feasibility report on Speciality/ Multi-speciality hospital consists of the feasibility detailing for three models of hospitals namely:

- 200 bed Multi-speciality hospital

- 100 bed Multi-speciality Hospital and

- 100 bed Speciality Oncology hospital.

This report is structured into seven chapters consisting of Executive Summary, Project Concept, Industry Analysis, Project Details and Conclusion. It also gives insight into the procedure for setting up a hospital, type of machinery & floors space required, requirement of regulatory permissions & clearances, capital outlay, profitability, payback period, internal rate of return (IRR) and other project related analysis.

Report provides you with information on:

- overall healthcare industry

- the market size

- growth drivers

- steps involved in setting up of a hospital

- manpower requirement

- tentative floor space requirement

- the capital outlay, profitability

- balance sheet analysis

- key financial ratios

- Financial Model - 3 excel sheets with the data which enables you to do further calculation on your own

Reasons to Buy:

- Understand the healthcare industry, its structure & outlook

- A Comprehensive study of setting up a hospital – Speciality & Multi –Speciality: Technical aspects as well as financial estimates

- Understand the basic requirement for setting up the hospital

- Financial Models for your use

- The scope of the report has been broadened as compared the previous report

Who Will Benefit from this Report:

- Entrepreneurs / Doctors/ Businessmen

- Banks offering loan services in healthcare delivery,

- Management consultants,

- Hospital administration, management students and others

Executive Summary

1. Project Concept

2. Industry Analysis

- Overview of Indian Healthcare Industry in India

- Structure & Segmentation of Hospital Industry

- Market Size and Growth

- Growth Drivers

- Major Healthcare markets in India

3. Hospital Management Issues

- Management & Commercial Plans

- Steps Involved in Setting up a Hospital

- Brief Description of Major Machinery

- Permissions & Clearances Required

- Advertising

- Marketing & Promotional planning

- Mobilising Bank Loan

- Critical Success Factor

- Hospital accreditation

- Tentative Project Implementation Plan

4. Project Details (200 bed Multi-Speciality)

- Technical Aspects

- Financial Estimate

5. Project Details (100 bed Multi- speciality)

- Technical Aspects

- Financial Estimate

6. Project Details (100 bed Speciality – Oncology)

- Technical Aspects

- Financial Estimate

7. Conclusion

Annexure- A: Bibliography

Annexure- B: List of NABH Accredited

Hospitals (as on May 08)

Annexure- C: List of Leading Hospitals applied for NABH Accreditation

Annexure- D: List of JCI Approved Hospitals in India

E: 200 Multi specialty Hospital

Annexure- E 1: Details of Project Cost

Annexure- E 2: Financing Pattern

Annexure- E 3: Loan Repayment Schedule & Interest Calculation

Annexure- E 4: Projected P & L Statement

Annexure- E 5: Working Capital Requirement

Annexure- E 6: Projected Balance Sheet

Annexure- E 7: Cash Flow Statement & IRR

Annexure- E 8: DSCR in the base Case & different scenarios

Annexure- E 9: Ratios

Annexure- E 10: Sensitivity Analysis

Annexure-E 11: Internal rate of return

F: 100 bed Multi specialty Hospital

Annexure- F1: Details of Project Cost

Annexure- F2: Financing Pattern

Annexure- F3: Loan Repayment Schedule & Interest Calculation

Annexure- F4: Projected P & L Statement

Annexure- F5: Working Capital Requirement

Annexure- F6: Projected Balance Sheet

Annexure- F7: Cash Flow Statement & IRR

Annexure- F8: DSCR in the base Case & different scenarios

Annexure- F9: Ratios

Annexure- F10: Sensitivity Analysis

Annexure-F11: Internal rate of return

G: 100 bed Oncology Unit

Annexure- G1: Details of Project Cost

Annexure- G2: Financing Pattern

Annexure- G3: Loan Repayment Schedule & Interest Calculation

Annexure- G4: Projected P & L Statement

Annexure- G5: Working Capital Requirement

Annexure- G6: Projected Balance Sheet

Annexure- G7: Cash Flow Statement & IRR

Annexure- G8: DSCR in the base Case & different scenarios

Annexure- G9: Ratios

Annexure- G10: Sensitivity Analysis

Annexure-G11: Internal rate of return

LIST OF TABLES:

Table-1.1: Overview of the models

Table 2.1: Indian hospital statistics (2005)

Table 2.2: Total Number of Hospitals in India in 2007

Table 2.3: Public healthcare infrastructure (2006)

Table-2.4: Major Hospitals in Mumbai

Table-2.5: Major Hospitals in Delhi

Table-2.6: Major Hospitals in Chennai

Table-2.7: Major Hospitals in Bangalore

Table-2.8: Major Hospitals in Kolkatta

Table-2.9: Major Hospitals in Hyderabad

Table 3.1: List of Permissions & Clearances

100 Bed Multi Specialty Hospitals

Table 5.1: Floor Planning

Table 5.2: Details of Major Service Offerings

Table 5.3: List of Major Machinery

Table 5.4: List of Utility

Table 5.5: Manpower Requirement

Table 5.6: Cost of the Project

Table 5.7: Financing Pattern

Table 5.8: Tentative Loan Disbursement Schedule

Table-5.9: Calculation of Average Bed Charges

Table 5.10 Schedule of Income

Table 5.11: Estimated Manpower & Cost

Table 5.12: Revenue & Profitability Projection

Table 5.13: Level of Capacity Utilisation

Table 5.14: Working Capital Calculation

Table 5.15: Break even point

Table 5.16: Ratio Analysis

Table 5.17: DSCR in different scenarios

100 Bed Oncology Unit

Table 6.1: Floor Planning

Table 6.2: Details of major services offerings

Table 6.3: List Major Equipments

Table 6.4: List of Utility

Table 6.5: Manpower Requirement

Table 6.6: Cost of the Project

Table 6.7: Financing Pattern

Table 6.8: Tentative Loan Disbursement Schedule

Table-6.9: Calculation of Average Bed Charges

Table 6.10 Schedule of Income

Table 6.11: Estimated Manpower & Cost

Table 6.12: Revenue & Profitability Projection

Table 6.13: Level of Capacity Utilisation

Table 6.14: Working Capital Calculation

Table 6.15: Break even point

Table 6.16: Ratio Analysis

Table 6.17: DSCR in different scenario

LIST OF FIGURES:

Figure 2.1: Health Care Industry Structure

Figure 2.2: Structure of Hospital Industry

Figure 2.3: India healthcare market size

Figure 2.4: Pattern of healthcare expenditure (2007)

Figure 2.5: Expenditure on healthcare (2005-06)

Figure 3.1: MRI Machine

Figure 3.2: CT Scanner

Figure 3.3: Colour Doppler

Figure 3.4: Mammograph

Figure 3.5: Bone Densitometer

Figure 3.6: Haemodialysis Machine

Figure 3.7: Gamma Camera

Figure 3.8: LINAC System

Figure 3.9: Brachytherapy

Figure 4.1: Revenue Model & Income Calculation

To order this report:

Reportlinker Adds Prefeasibility Report - Specaility and Multi- Speciality Hospitals (2009)

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Nicolas Bombourg

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Email: nbo@reportlinker.com

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