New “Private Healthcare Market in Central Europe 2011” Published by MarketPublishers.com15 Aug 2011 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Over the last couple of years, the private healthcare sector has witnessed the problem of underinvestment on the back of the economic recession. Though, as more patients prefer private to public healthcare services and the “Patients without borders” directive is set to increase medical tourism in Central Europe, the private healthcare market’s recovery will surely remain strong.
New market research report “Private Healthcare Market in Central Europe 2011, Development Forecasts for 2011-2013” prepared by PMR provides a full-scale study and retailed review of the private healthcare sector and its segments in six Central European countries: the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Bulgaria. The study features market size, structure and value of each market segment (2008-2013), examines industry trends and developments and provides forecasts for the health insurance, medical and healthcare markets for each of the countries in 2011-2013. Furthermore, the detailed analysis of top players, extensive company profiles highlighting consumer spending trends for each market segment (inpatient and outpatient services, dental care and dialysis services) can also be found in the review.
Title: Private Healthcare Market in Central Europe 2011, Development Forecasts for 2011-2013
Published: August, 2011
Price: US$ 3,558.00
I. REPORT METHODOLOGY
II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
III. OVERVIEW OF THE PRIVATE HEALTHCARE MARKET IN CE
Major trends and events in the CE region
Market size and development forecasts, 2007-2013
IV. REFORMS AND TRENDS IN CE COUNTRIES
V. OVERALL PRIVATE HEALTHCARE MARKET
VI. MEDICAL SUBSCRIPTIONS MARKET
VII. HEALTH INSURANCE MARKET
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