Private Healthcare Market in Russia and Ukraine Reviewed in New Market Report Recently Published by MarketPublishers.com20 Sep 2011 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The segment of public health care both in Russia and in Ukraine is more and more often characterized as poor. Moreover Ukraine lacks the system of mandatory health insurance which worsens the situation even more. These trends put pressure on the patients who have no choice but go for private healthcare services in these countries. The latest years have shown real boost of the private healthcare markets in Russia and Ukraine. Individual spending power is on the rise in both countries, the lifestyle there is changing as well. Thus private healthcare can boast vast prospects here and offers boosting future for investors in the years to come.
New market research report “Private healthcare market in Russia and Ukraine 2011” prepared by PMR gives elaborate and factual answers to the most pressing and important questions as the potential for investment in particular market segments of the private healthcare market in Russia and Ukraine, main risks and obstacles for investment here, changes anticipated in the legal framework, benefits for investing in private insurance and medical subscription segments of the market. Extensive company profiles, consumer spending trends, hospitals operations buid up the full picture of the markets.
Title: Private healthcare market in Russia and Ukraine 2011
Published: September, 2011
Price: US$ 2,066
I. REPORT METHODOLOGY
II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
III. REFORMS, EVENTS AND TRENDS IN RUSSIA AND UKRAINE
IV. OVERALL PRIVATE HEALTHCARE MARKET
V. PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE MARKET
VI. MEDICAL SUBSCRIPTIONS MARKET
VII. PRIVATE OUTPATIENT CLINICS AND HOSPITALS
VIII. OTHER AREAS OF PRIVATE HEALTHCARE
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