The global healthcare BPO market is projected to reach USD 469.5 billion by 2027 from USD 297.4 billion in 2021, at a CAGR of 9.7% during the forecast period. Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) is a process where healthcare providers select the most appropriate third party vendors for some of the specific business procedures. It allows the hospitals and medical professionals to spend their energy and valuable time on patient care rather than doing some paper work in the office. Healthcare BPO is a solution for clients to adopt intelligent approaches that will support the organization to reduce the cost pressures and increase in the overall productivity. Healthcare BPO market provides various solutions, such as front-end services, customer account setup, billing & account receivables, provider network services, enrollment services, claims services, Medicare services, membership services, and pharmacy benefits management. The major factor that drives the growth of healthcare BPO is increase in development of healthcare IT. Furthermore, new business models & processes and increase in use of digital technologies in healthcare are driving the growth of healthcare BPO market. Globally healthcare BPO market is expected to grow with a significant CAGR from 2016 to 2027. Rise in geriatric population is expected to be major factor, owing to the susceptibility to several health issues which includes respiratory disorders, cardiovascular diseases (CVD), eye care problems, orthopedic disorders, cancers etc. and rise in the prevalence rate of those diseases led to the increased amount of work for insurance companies. Hence, in order to handle that much of data about huge pool of patients and data of the payer companies need to invest in technology, skilled personnel and infrastructure which led to high operational cost which is anticipated to accelerate the healthcare payer BPO market. Shift from the ICD-9 to ICD-10 coding system posed heavy workload for payers in order to up gradation of their systems, training of staff in turn increases the financial burden. The ICD-9 code system had 13,000 codes, while ICD-10 code system has nearly 68,000 codes. This variation augmented need for HR, accounting, medical coding, skilled personnel and technical operations, hence anticipated to propel the growth of the healthcare BPO markets.