September 27: Taskar’s “ecosystem” consists of you—the customer, the patient—and your pharmacist or doctor, the provider. If you need medicines, diagnostic services, medical attention, or require a hospital stay, your pharmacist, doctor are in charge of coordinating your care.
Healthcare works best when it is affordable, accessible and of high quality, within an ecosystem that supports success.
Unfortunately, that’s not the world we’ve been living in.
Our current healthcare system has grown increasingly complicated over the decades of growth, changes, and regulation. And too often, there is a disconnect among those who populate it. Our complex healthcare industry simply isn’t set up to enable coordinated care at a reasonable cost that allows patients to call the shots.
Compared to today, Healthcare used to be much easier in ancient times.
“For example, back in the 1960s, having a baby would set you back about 200 INR for the delivery and 5 INR for a tablet for pain medication. You knew this because you would get a hand-written bill presented to you directly by your doctor.
Today, the healthcare market is more opaque due to non-availability of basic facilities!
With a 22% shortage of primary health centres (PHCs) and 32% in community health centres (CHCs), it is estimated that 50% of beneficiaries travel more than 100 km to access quality care.
- India has only 1.1 beds per 1,000 population compared to the rest of the world.
- There is a need for an additional 600,000 to 700,000 beds in India over the next 5 to 6 years.
- 70% of India’s healthcare infrastructure is in the top 20 cities.
- Out of 9 Lakh registered retail pharmacies 99% of pharmacies are unorganised.
“GAP” & “STRONG DEMAND”
Healthcare market in India is expected to reach US$ 372 Billion by 2022, driven by rising income, better health awareness, lifestyle diseases and increasing access to insurance.
India is “PHARMACY OF THE WORLD” and a land full of opportunities for players in the healthcare industry. The Indian healthcare sector is much diversified and is full of opportunities in every segment, which includes providers, payers, and users.
The pharmacy retail market in India is projected to reach 2,330.2 Billion by FY 24. The hospital industry in India is forecasted to increase to Rs. 8.6 trillion (US$ 132.84 billion) by FY 22 from Rs. 4 trillion (US$ 61.79 billion) in FY 17 at a CAGR of 16–17%.
SO FAR JOURNEY & THE ROAD AHEAD
Keeping in mind the gap & demand We launched, “Taskar – India’s 1st healthcare mall” during the pandemic in 2020. The concept is so unique that in just 7-8 months we signed 247 Taskar Healthcare Malls in 11 states and 52 districts of India.
Now to add on our existing services, we are building an “ecosystem” that will ensure 718 district’s 1.3 billion Indians:
– Within 30 Minutes Health Products Delivery
– Within 3 Minutes Telemedicine.
– Within 3 Hours Hospital Care.
To make this happen, In every district of India, “We aim to start TECH-ENABLED 14 Taskar Healthcare Malls (Retail). To ensure these 14 outlets supply chain 1 Taskar – Cash & Carry (Wholesale) & to cater the IPD needs of Retail outlets referred patients 1 Hospital (Superspeciality). This ecosystem will ensure – 30 Minutes, 3 Minutes & 3 Hours Healthcare services across the country.”
Taskar – India’s 1st healthcare mall
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