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Rising patient consumerism, expansion of continuum of care, a shift towards quality-based care, increasing patient participation, use of technology in delivering care, and increasing insurance penetration are some disruptive trends facing India's health economy. These trends and turbulent events, along with implementation of NHPS, present an opportunity for stakeholders to redefine and reorganize themselves and adopt new components of people, processes and technologies in their business models, to be successful in the ‘New Indian Health Economy’. This publication explores whether the Indian healthcare industry can continue to attract investors given its long-term potential and on some possible action that implementers could take to leverage the disruptive trends and strengthen the healthcare system. Click here to access the publication.