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Indonesia Hospital Market, By Ownership (Public and Private), By Hospital Type (General, Super Specialty, and Multi- Specialty), By Type of Services (In-Patient Services and Out-Patient Services), By Bed Capacity (Up to 100 beds, 100-500 Beds, Above 500 Beds), By Region, Competition, Forecast and Opportunities, 2029

October 2023 | 72 pages | ID: IBACFE77817DEN
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The Indonesia hospital market is anticipated to witness an impressive growth during the forecast period. This can be ascribed to the increase in the disposable income of Indonesia’s middle class population, who can afford private healthcare services, including hospital care. The Indonesian government is investing in healthcare infrastructure and expanding healthcare coverage to more citizens, which is driving demand for hospital care. The adoption of new technologies, such as telemedicine and electronic health records is improving healthcare delivery and increasing the efficiency of hospital operations. Private sector investment in the Indonesian hospital market is increasing, with domestic and international companies investing in hospital infrastructure, technology, and staff training to improve the quality of care and expand their market share. Hospitals in Indonesia are increasingly specializing in certain areas of healthcare, such as oncology, cardiology, and orthopedics, to provide specialized care and attract more patients. Many large corporations in Indonesia have their own hospitals to provide healthcare services to their employees. These hospitals offer specialized services and are often located near corporate offices or factories. The hospital market in Indonesia is characterized by the presence of many small and medium-sized hospitals, which often lack the resources and expertise to provide specialized services. This has created opportunities for larger hospital chains to expand their operations and offer more comprehensive services to patients. Regional hospitals of Indonesia are often owned and operated by the government and provide basic healthcare services to the local population.

International hospitals cater to the needs of expatriates and wealthy Indonesians who prefer to receive medical treatment in Indonesia rather than traveling overseas. These hospitals often provide high-quality medical services and are equipped with the latest medical equipment and technology.

Innovation In Technology

There are several new technologies that are being implemented in hospitals in Indonesia to improve the quality of care and increase efficiency. Some of the new technologies in hospital include, electronic health records (EHRs), which improves patient record-keeping and reduces the need for paper-based records. This can improve patient safety, reduce errors, and streamline processes such as, appointment scheduling and billing. Telemedicine technology is being used in some hospitals in Indonesia to provide remote care to patients who may not be able to travel to a hospital. This can improve access to care, particularly for patients in rural or remote areas. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, some hospitals in Indonesia are using AI and machine learning technologies to improve diagnosis and treatment planning. For example, AI-powered imaging systems can help radiologists to identify and diagnose abnormalities more quickly and accurately. Robotic surgery, some hospitals in Indonesia are using robotic surgery systems to perform minimally invasive surgeries with greater precision and accuracy. This can reduce the risk of complications and improve patient outcomes. Wearable devices, some hospitals in Indonesia are using wearable devices to monitor patients' health remotely and detect early warning signs of health problems. This can help to prevent complications and reduce the need for hospitalization. These are just a few new technologies being implemented in hospitals in Indonesia. As the healthcare technology sector continues to grow, we can expect to see more innovations that improve the quality of care and increase efficiency in hospitals across the country. This factor will help in the growth of Indonesia hospital market.

Increasing Specializations in Healthcare Services

Specialized hospital services can provide patients with access to expert care for specific medical conditions and can help to improve patient outcomes by providing tailored treatment plans and individualized care. Some examples of specialized hospital services that are increasingly being offered in Indonesia include, cardiology and cardiovascular surgery, with the increasing incidence of heart disease in Indonesia, there has been a growing demand for specialized cardiac care services, including cardiology and cardiovascular surgery. With the increasing prevalence of cancer in Indonesia, there has been a growing demand for specialized oncology and cancer care services, including chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and surgical oncology. With the increasing incidence of neurological conditions such as stroke and dementia, there has been a growing demand for specialized neurology and neurosurgery services. With the increasing interest in sports and physical activity, there has been a growing demand for specialized orthopedics and sports medicine services, including joint replacement surgery, rehabilitation services, and sports injury prevention and treatment.

By offering specialized hospital services, hospitals in Indonesia can differentiate themselves from competitors and attract patients seeking high-quality and specialized care. But also, it is important to ensure that these services are delivered in a safe and effective manner, and that patients have access to high-quality medical professionals and equipment. This factor will accelerate the speed of Indonesia hospital market.

Rise in Middle Class Income

As the middle class expands and their incomes increase, they are more likely to seek higher quality healthcare services, including hospital care, leading to an increase in demand for these services. The middle class in Indonesia has grown significantly over the past two decades, with the percentage of the population considered middle class rising from 7% in 2002 to 20% in 2019, according to world bank. This growth has been driven by a combination of factors, including rising incomes, improved education levels, and economic growth. As more people enter the middle class, they have greater disposable income and can spend more on goods and services, including healthcare. The increase in income among the middle class is particularly important for the healthcare sector, as it is likely to lead to increased demand for higher quality healthcare services, including hospital care. This may create opportunities for hospitals to invest in new technologies and expand their services to meet the growing demand. On top of that, the growing middle class is likely to have increased access to private health insurance, which may make it easier for them to access more expensive healthcare services, including hospital care. This may also lead to an increase in demand for private hospital services. This factor will expand the Indonesia hospital market.

Recent Developments

In 2021: Singapore-based healthcare company Parkway Pantai acquired a controlling stake in Siloam Hospitals, one of the largest private hospital chains in Indonesia. The acquisition is expected to strengthen Siloam's position in the Indonesian healthcare market and allow Parkway Pantai to expand its presence in the region.

In 2019: Indonesian conglomerate Lippo Group announced plans to invest USD 1 billion in the healthcare sector, including the development of new hospitals and healthcare facilities across the country. The investment is part of the company's strategy to expand its presence in the healthcare sector and capitalize on the growing demand for healthcare services in Indonesia.

In 2018: Siloam Hospitals signed a memorandum of understanding with China's Ping an insurance to collaborate on healthcare services in Indonesia. The collaboration is expected to improve access to healthcare services for Indonesian patients and provide new business opportunities for both companies.

Market Segmentation

Indonesia hospital market can be segmented into ownership, hospital type, type of service, bed capacity, and region. By ownership, Indonesia hospital market can be segmented into public and private. By hospital type, Indonesia hospital market can be segmented into general, super specialty, and multi- specialty. By type of service, Indonesia hospital market can be segmented into in-patient services and out-patient service. By bed capacity, Indonesia hospital market can be segmented into up to 100 beds, 100-500 beds, and above 500 beds. By region, Indonesia hospital market can be segmented into Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan, and Bali.

Market Players

Siloam International Hospitals, Mitra Keluarga Karyasehat, Mayapada Healthcare Group, Columbia Asia Group, RS Medika Permata Hijau, Eka Hospital, and Rumah Sakit Pusat Pertamina are some of the market players in Indonesia hospital market.

Report Scope:

In this report, the Indonesia hospital market has been segmented into the following categories, in addition to the industry trends which have also been detailed below:
  • Indonesia Hospital Market, By Ownership:
  • Public
  • Private
  • Indonesia Hospital Market, By Hospital Type:
  • General
  • Super Specialty
  • Multi- Speciality
  • Indonesia Hospital Market, By Type of Service:
  • In-Patient Services
  • Out-Patient Services
  • Indonesia Hospital Market, By Bed Capacity:
  • Up to 100 beds
  • 100-500 beds
  • Above 500 beds
  • Indonesia Hospital Market, By Region:
  • Java
  • Sumatra
  • Kalimantan
  • Bali
Competitive Landscape

Company Profiles: Detailed analysis of the major companies present Indonesia hospital market.

Available Customizations:

With the given market data, TechSci Research offers customizations according to a company’s specific needs. The following customization options are available for the report:

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  • Detailed analysis and profiling of additional market players (up to five).

1.1. Market Definition
1.2. Scope of the Market
  1.2.1. Markets Covered
  1.2.2. Years Considered for Study
  1.2.3. Key Market Segmentations


2.1. Objective of the Study
2.2. Baseline Methodology
2.3. Key Industry Partners
2.4. Major Association and Secondary Types
2.5. Forecasting Methodology
2.6. Data Triangulation & Validation
2.7. Assumptions and Limitations


3.1. Overview of the Market
3.2. Overview of Key Market Segmentations
3.3. Overview of Key Market Players
3.4. Overview of Key Regions/Countries
3.5. Overview of Market Drivers, Challenges, and Trends



5.1. Market Size & Forecast
  5.1.1. By Value
5.2. Market Share & Forecast
  5.2.1. By Ownership (Public v/s Private)
  5.2.2. By Hospital Type (General, Super Specialty, Multi- Specialty)
  5.2.3. By Type of Services (In-Patient Services v/s Out-Patient Services)
  5.2.4. By Bed Capacity (Up to 100 beds, 100-500 beds, above 500 beds)
  5.2.5. By Region (Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan, Bali, Others)


6.1. Market Size & Forecast
  6.1.1. By Value
6.2. Market Share & Forecast
  6.2.1. By Ownership
  6.2.2. By Hospital Type
  6.2.3. By Type of Service
  6.2.4. By Bed Capacity


7.1. Market Size & Forecast
  7.1.1. By Value
7.2. Market Share & Forecast
  7.2.1. By Ownership
  7.2.2. By Hospital Type
  7.2.3. By Type of Service
  7.2.4. By Bed Capacity


8.1. Market Size & Forecast
  8.1.1. By Value
8.2. Market Share & Forecast
  8.2.1. By Ownership
  8.2.2. By Hospital Type
  8.2.3. By Type of Service
  8.2.4. By Bed Capacity


9.1. Market Size & Forecast
  9.1.1. By Value
9.2. Market Share & Forecast
  9.2.1. By Ownership
  9.2.2. By Hospital Type
  9.2.3. By Type of Service
  9.2.4. By Bed Capacity


10.1. Drivers
10.2. Challenges


11.1. Merger & Acquisition
11.2. Product Development
11.3. Recent Developments



13.1. Competition in the Industry
13.2. Potential of New Entrants
13.3. Power of Suppliers
13.4. Power of Customers
13.5. Threat of Substitute Products



15.1. Business Overview
15.2. Company Snapshot
15.3. Products & Services
15.4. Financials (As Reported)
15.5. Recent Developments
  15.5.1. Siloam International Hospitals
  15.5.2. Mitra Keluarga Karyasehat
  15.5.3. Mayapada Healthcare Group
  15.5.4. Columbia Asia Group
  15.5.5. RS Medika Permata Hijau
  15.5.6. Eka Hospital
  15.5.7. Rumah Sakit Pusat Pertamina



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