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Informa Markets, responsible for the renowned Arab Health now brings you India Health. Using our tried and tested successful methodology and expertise over 44 years, we are responding to the industry’s demands to support and strengthen business ties within India. Now the second largest most populous country worldwide, and one of the fastest growing healthcare markets globally, the time for growth is now.
Offering an exhibition to international and local companies to meet with regional buyers, the expo will be complimented by educational programmes empowering India’s healthcare professionals to upscale their knowledge in support of a healthier India.
As India’s healthcare sector continues to soar, Informa Markets will offer three CME-accredited conferences as a direct reflection of the country’s state, growth drivers, opportunities and developments. Assisting clinicians with not only access to continuing medical education certification, the aim is to support the demand for improving medical knowledge and supporting the advancement of the country’s healthcare and public health sector.
India Health conferences will provide the very latest updates and insights into cutting-edge procedures, techniques and skills.
Partnerships in process: India Medical Association and the India Medical Device Authority.
Both revenue and employment contribute to healthcare being one of India’s largest sectors. Driven by rising incomes, greater health awareness, lifestyle diseases and an increasing access to insurance. The healthcare sector’s CAGR is expected to grow by 16-17% to achieve the 2022 forecast.
Now the world’s second largest country, India has more than 50% of its population below the age of 25 and more than 65% below the age of 35. The country’s growth drivers are indicative by a growing elderly population, as well as a shift from communicable to lifestyle diseases.