In Bulgaria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland and Romania, recent conditions have been favorable for the expansion of the market for private healthcare services. These events have led to increased demand by consumers for hospital care, dental and dialysis and a wide range of medical procedures, facilities and delivery systems owned and operated by private business entities. Private companies that sell health insurance and subscription programs used to pay for this medical care are on the upswing as well. The ‘Patients without borders’ directive promises to change the way Central Europeans approach healthcare, as they discover a greater choice of options and providers respond to increased competition for their services.
Private healthcare market in Central Europe 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2014 offers a unique and comprehensive perspective on the current status and future potential of the pillars of the private healthcare industry in selected Central European countries. Composed of a series of chapters covering diverse topics from market size and value to specific segments such as insurance plans, this report delivers essential data, expert analysis and reliable forecasts to 2014.
The document tracks market growth via data on its size including value from 2008 to the present, and looks ahead with projections on the figures expected until 2014. It lists and analyses the events and trends in economics, demographics and consumer preferences and details the ways in which they are changing the marketplace, and provides updates on changes to legal statutes and regulatory requirements in force within the covered countries.
The publication pays ample attention to the expanding health insurance and medical subscriptions segments, and provides detailed corporate descriptions of the leading providers of these products and services. It examines the supply of private hospitals and health care facilities in each country and projects new investments for the forecast period.
Prepared as a guide for professionals at work in the private healthcare sectors of Bulgaria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania, this comprehensive report answers common questions with regard to investment possibilities in the private insurance and medical subscriptions markets, the specific drawbacks to market entry, market conditions for all segments in each country and the predicted development of each market segment during the period to 2014.
The report is an asset in the performance of a variety of business tasks, including assessing the market and preparing for entry, evaluation of investment opportunities, competition research, creating shareholder reports and estimation of revenue. It is also helpful to readers engaged in activities at government, educational and financial institutions.
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Published: August 2012
No. of Pages: 279
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