China Healthcare Sector Analysis

Date: April 22, 2011
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Chinese healthcare industry is entering into a new phase with the advanced development of infrastructure. The industry enjoys many benefits including, large population, rising aging population, and continuously growing prevalence of various lifestyle diseases. Moreover, the government has helped in the growth of the industry by granting a reform package worth US$ 120 Billion. Due to all these factors, Chinese healthcare sector is projected to surpass all other sectors in the nation in terms of growth.

According to our new analytical study on the sector called “China Healthcare Sector Analysis”, Chinese healthcare expenditure is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of around 17% during 2011-2013. Currently, the market is characterized by major changes in the rural healthcare infrastructure. Anticipating the future growth, many private sector giants are looking to invest in the sector to get a pie of the chunk.

Moreover, the healthcare sector has drawn huge investments from the government sector, whose key goal is to dramatically improve the healthcare service quality and, more importantly, to enable virtual healthcare services that can overcome service disparities between rich areas and poor areas. This will also help in increasing the healthcare IT market in the country, which is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of around 20% during 2011-2013. Our report has also focused on the booming m-health and e-health markets along with the opportunities provided by these markets in the country.

Our report also provides extensive information on Chinese hospital services market with the detail statistics regarding infrastructure, facilities, healthcare institutions, etc. It has also highlighted trends, such as medical tourism market, healthcare IT market, etc. The research study presents thorough statistical and analytical review on demographics, healthcare services market, key drivers, and restraints. The report also covers analysis on competitive environment of the healthcare industry. The section provides information on healthcare service provider overview and business strategies of prominent industry players currently operating in the sector. The report contains all the vital information that will help clients to draw up their market strategies and assess opportunity areas in China’s healthcare market.
1. ANALYST VIEW

2. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3. CHINA HEALTHCARE: TOWARDS PHENOMENAL GROWTH

3.1 Household Income
3.2 Aging Population
3.3 Epidemiological Transitions
3.4 Medical Infrastructure
3.5 System and Financing

4. DEMOGRAPHICS AND PATIENT PROFILE

4.1 Population Profile
4.2 Healthcare Indicators
4.3 Disease Profile
  4.3.1 Chronic Diseases
  4.3.2 Infectious Diseases
  4.3.3 Injuries

5. HEALTH SERVICES MARKET

5.1 Structure
  5.1.1 Health Institutions
    5.1.1.1 Grade
    5.1.1.2 Ownership
    5.1.1.3 Profitability
5.2 Infrastructure and Facilities
  5.2.1 Beds
  5.2.2 Health Professionals
5.3 Functioning and Utilization
  5.3.1 Availing Health Services
  5.3.2 Health Services Utilization
    5.3.2.1 Inpatients
    5.3.2.2 Outpatients
  5.3.3 Income and Expenditure
    5.3.3.1 Inpatients
    5.3.3.2 Outpatients
5.4 Medical Tourism Market
5.5 Foreign Investment

6. POTENTIAL OF IT IN HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY

6.1 IT Investment in Healthcare
6.2 M-health
6.3 E-health

7. INDUSTRY ROADBLOCKS

7.1 Cost and Coverage Issues
7.2 IP Protection
7.3 Regulatory and Bureaucratic Hurdles
7.4 Financial Disparity

8. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

8.1 Peking Union Medical College Hospital (Xiehe Hospital)
8.2 Shanghai Ruijin Hospital
8.3 Beijing Tiantan Hospital
8.4 General Hospital of the People’s Liberation Army
8.5 Guangdong Provincial People's Hospital (GDPPH)

LIST OF FIGURES:

Figure 3-1: Healthcare Expenditure (Trillion Yuan), 2008-2013
Figure 3-2: Middle Class Population (Million), 2010 & 2020
Figure 3-3: Breakup of Households by Income (%), 2009, 2010 & 2013
Figure 3-4: Personal Disposable Income per Head (US$), 2008-2013
Figure 3-5: Breakup of Consumer Expenditure (%), 2010 & 2013
Figure 3-6: Population above 65 Years of Age (Million), 2008-2010
Figure 3-7: Forecast for Population above 65 Years of Age (Million), 2011-2013
Figure 3-8: Overview of Healthcare System
Figure 4-1: Population (Million), 2008-2010
Figure 4-2: Forecast for Population (Million), 2011-2013
Figure 4-3: Breakup of Population by Age Group (%), 2008-2010
Figure 4-4: Forecast for Breakup of Population by Age Group (%), 2011-2013
Figure 4-5: Life Expectancy (Years), 2008-2010
Figure 4-6: Forecast for Life Expectancy (Years), 2011-2013
Figure 4-7: Infant Mortality Rate (per ‘000 Live Births), 2008-2010
Figure 4-8: Forecast for Infant Mortality Rate (per ‘000 Live Births), 2011-2013
Figure 4-9: Prevalence of Overweight & Obesity in Males & Females (%), 2005 & 2015
Figure 4-10: Diabetic Patients (Million), 2010 & 2030
Figure 4-11: Mode of New HIV/AIDS Transmission (%), 2007
Figure 5-1: Hospital Beds by Various Departments (%), 2009
Figure 6-1: IT Spending (Billion US$), 2009-2013
Figure 6-2: Healthcare IT Market (Billion US$), 2009-2013
Figure 6-3: Healthcare IT Spending by Segment (%), 2009
Figure 6-4: Number of Online Advertisements of E-health (H2 2007, H2 2008 and H2 2009)

LIST OF TABLES:

Table 3-1: Funds and Construction Investment in Healthcare Sector (Million Yuan), 1990 & 1995-2006
Table 4-1: Two-week Morbidity Rate of Various Diseases (%), 2008
Table 4-2: Top 10 Causes of Death (2009)
Table 5-1: Number of Health Institutions by Type (2008 & 2009)
Table 5-2: Number of Hospitals and Health Centers by Grade (2009)
Table 5-3: Number of Hospitals by Beds (2008 & 2009)
Table 5-4: Number of Health Institutions by Ownership (2005)
Table 5-5: Number of Health Institutions by Profitability (2009)
Table 5-6: Number of Beds by Health Institutions (1980, 1990, 2000, 2005, 2008 & 2009)
Table 5-7: Number of Health Professionals by Type (1980, 1990, 2000, 2005, 2008 & 2009)
Table 5-8: Health Professionals by Educational Level (%), 2005
Table 5-9: Number of Doctors by Various Departments (1990, 2000 & 2005)
Table 5-10: Patient Visits in Various Health Institutions (Million), 2001-2009
Table 5-11: Daily Visits per Doctor in Hospitals (2000, 2005, 2008 & 2009)
Table 5-12: Status of Hospitalization (%), 2003 & 2008
Table 5-13: Utilization of Beds in Health Institutions (%), 2008
Table 5-14: Inpatient in Various Health Institutions (‘000), 2001-2009
Table 5-15: Daily Inpatient Visits per Doctor in Hospitals (2000, 2005, 2008 & 2009)
Table 5-16: Inpatients by Department in Hospitals (‘000), 2009
Table 5-17: Percentage of 10 Main Diseases of Inpatients in City Hospitals (2008 & 2009)
Table 5-18: Percentage of 10 Main Diseases of Inpatients in Country Hospitals (2008 & 2009)
Table 5-19: Outpatients by Department in Hospitals (‘000), 2009
Table 5-20: Income and Expenditure of Hospitals by Type (‘0000 Yuan), 2009
Table 5-21: Income and Expenditure of Government Hospitals (‘0000 Yuan), 2009
Table 5-22: Average Medical Expense per Inpatient in General Hospitals (Yuan), 2000, 2005, 2008 & 2009
Table 5-23: Average Medical Expense per Outpatient in General Hospitals (Yuan), 2000, 2005, 2008 & 2009
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