Healthcare research is our USP. In a year we conduct more than 4000 doctors’ interviews. We are helping a number of hospitals, pharmaceutical companies,biotechnology firm, health service providers and medical product companies by providing the industry insights. Feasibility studies to open any new hospital or expand specialties of the existing hospitals, help a number of clients in India. ROPTS healthcare specializes in prescription audits and patient studies. Some of key areas in healthcare research are:
We have the specialist interviewers and physicians conducting the Physician interviews. Our panels includes doctors from all specialties and super specialties.
ROPTS is having one of the largest database of hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, pathology labs and imaging centres in India. Our studies are focused on Tertiary care, Secondary care and Primary care facilities. Our target respondents are hospital management, owners of the healthcare facilities and in charge.
We assist a number of companies in product launch, pricing and competition analysis.
– Pharmaceutical companies:
- Research Study on Surgical Sealant Market in India
We conduct a large number of surveys on usage of medical devices in India. Our research studies helps companies in launching new devices, product positioning and competition landscape and doctors / patients satisfaction by the devices.
- Study on Biomedical devices in India
ROPTS conducts surveys like patient satisfaction, patient safety and other related studies with all types of patients in India. Our studies on medication, prescription and side effects helps companies to a greater extent.
Patient Safety & Patient Studies
Employees working with hospitals are considered as highly stressed due to regular patient interactions. Sometimes it leads to the depression and anxiety among the hospital staff. Our employee’s satisfaction surveys helps hospitals to find out the areas to improve on.
Hospital Employee Satisfaction Survey
Chemist are playing key role in pushing any medicine in Indian market. There are still 32% Indians buy medicines without prescription.
Chemist & Distribution Channel Studies