The rise of medical tourism in Asia over the last few years has been phenomenal. Along with the huge opportunity for growth, it also brought along a need for Asian healthcare providers to meet world-class standards of patient care in order to attract patients from the developed nations, especially USA. This change has been particularly visible in the Indian healthcare sector, which has grown with the steady influx of foreign patients. Coupled with the rise of the private sector, medical tourism has put India firmly on the global healthcare destinations map. With the best infrastructure, the best possible medical facilities, and the most competitive prices, India continues to attract patients. While this happens, however, remaining competitive over the long run will require them to develop core competencies unique to India.