Hospital, Healthcare Industry To Grow By 10%-12% During FY22: CARE Ratings
A doctor gather near to an oxygen cylinder in a ward makeshift ward at an emergency Covid-19 care center in New Delhi, India. (Photographer T. Narayan/Bloomberg)

Hospital, Healthcare Industry To Grow By 10%-12% During FY22: CARE Ratings


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The healthcare industry being considered the most essential service continued even during the lockdown period where many other services were shut.

While treatment of non-Covid-19 patients (primarily non-emergency treatments) were instructed by the government to be kept on hold, treatment of Covid patients was prioritised after the outbreak of pandemic in India.

Also, some hospitals had suspended outpatient departments to ensure safety of the healthcare workers and to avoid the spread of infection in healthcare premises.

Also, imposition of lockdown restrictions by the government in the end of March 2020 further constrained the mobility of patients.

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