Suraksha Diagnostics - Competition To Intensify In Pathology: Systematix


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We hosted the management of Suraksha Diagnostics Pvt. Ltd. at our virtual conference on the diagnostics industry. The company believes the diagnostic space presents exponential growth opportunities. However, in the near term, the management expects diagnostic companies focused on pathology to face heightened competitive pressures from organised peers, hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, start-ups and online aggregators.

Diagnostic companies focused on radiology would be better placed, as per the management’s view, given the high entry barriers there, and due to potential expansion in the array of tests prescribed in neurology.

Digital aggregators focused on the pathology pie do come with some brand equity and lower cost structures, but they still need to develop trust levels with the physician community, who may insist on reports from specific labs.

Currently, digital aggregators have negligible market share. The pathology industry in India is an aggregation of regional players and individual labs. We are yet to see a pan-India player in the true sense of it.

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