Chinese Hospital Marketplace Analysed by ResearchInChina in In-demand Report Published at MarketPublishers.com20 Jan 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – China’s hospital industry has been evolving quickly in the recent past. The number of hospitals in the country grew at 6% CAGR during 2011-2013, with the industry’s revenue jumping at just over 23.5% CAGR during the same period and set to maintain the growth pace of over 20% and reaching around USD 0.64 trillion by end-2017.
At the end of 2013, China’s private hospitals accounted for around 46% of the total number of hospitals in the country, increasing by 24.5% as against 2006. Nevertheless, the public hospital sector still held a dominant position in terms of revenue with a share of over 90%, but the figure is currently showing a downward trend. Specialised hospitals such as ophthalmic hospitals, dental hospitals, cosmetic and plastic surgery hospitals, are in great demand, making up nearly 65% of private hospitals in China.
The companies focusing on medicine are vigorously expanding to downstream medical services. Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical, for instance, has stepped in obstetrics and gynecology, tumour and other areas through M&As.
In-demand study “China Hospital Development and Investment Report, 2014-2017” prepared by ResearchInChina analyses the Chinese hospital industry.
The report offers a comprehensive analysis of the Chinese hospital market, giving details of the number of various sorts of hospitals, operation, status quo of medical services, competition dynamics, etc. It examines the present-day development of the country’s specialised hospitals, reviewing their operation as of now along with an outlook for their further development. The study speculates on the future development of the overall hospital industry in China, covering the current state of the national medical security, impact of urbanisation trends on the domestic health care sector, demand and supply of medical resources. The report reviews the investment landscape within the Chinese hospital industry by canvassing associated social capital flow polices, comparing operational efficiency between public hospitals and private ones, reviewing investment prospects of specialised and public hospitals, examining the business mode of foreign invested hospitals across the country. Information on investments, operations, M&As, medical services and development forecasts of the 17 companies operating in the Chinese hospital marketplace is also available in the study.
China Hospital Development and Investment Report, 2014-2017
Published: August, 2014
Price: US$ 2,500.00
More in-demand reports by the publisher can be found at ResearchInChina page.