Dependence on its healthcare professionals, including doctors that KIMS engages on a consultancy basis.
COVID-19 pandemic and other health concerns that may impact regular business operations.
Dependence on hospitals in Hyderabad and certain specialties.
Hospitals built on leased land and inability to renew the lease for any reason.
Impact of short-term and long-term borrowings.
Inability to comply with applicable safety, health, environmental, and other governmental regulations.
Inability to effectively estimate, price, and manage its healthcare costs can affect operations.
Inability to maintain bed occupancy rates at sufficient levels may impact business.
Inability to keep pace with technological changes, new equipment & service introductions, changes in patients' needs, and evolving industry standards.
Dependence on payments from patients, insurers, and other payers.
Risk of legal claims and regulatory actions arising out of the medical services provided by KIMS.
Failure of third-party suppliers and manufacturers to provide supplies and equipment on time.
Risks relating to the handling of personal information, including medical data.