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Improvement of Indian Healthcare Industries in Global World

When considering the state of the healthcare industry in India in economic terms, it is expected to reach a market size of $372 billion by 2022.

On the other hand, when considering global indices related to health in a country is considered, India ranked 120th out of a total of 169 countries in the Healthiest Country Index published by Bloomberg.

These contradicting statistics indicate the disparity between the ambitions of individuals from the Indian healthcare industry and approaches objectively incorporated into it.

One of the primary approaches that have catapulted several clinics and hospitals globally is the inclusion of patient engagement in their practices.

Hence, if you are setting up your clinic or already have one, it is essential to consider initiatives that will augment your services and positively impact patients.

Patient engagement is a modern approach to handling outpatients, wherein they have included actively in their treatment procedure, and doctors undertake treatments after tailoring the method as per such patient.

It also includes consistent correspondence with patients, even outside of clinic premises to ensure that such patients feel cared.

You should also consider designing your clinic aesthetically and optimistically to lend a patient encouragement and a positive mindset, necessary for a speedy recovery.

You also need to ensure that your equipment is state-of-the-art so that you can provide quality treatment to your patients, minimising the times they face some medical complications and visit clinics. It is one of the key clinic setup requirements in India.

As acquiring modern equipment can be financially burdensome, you can choose to apply for a loan for doctors for the necessary financial assistance.

Effective patient engagement can be achieved through incorporation of advanced technology such as Electronic Health Records, which can be accessible by both you and your patients.

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