2013-03-18 10:17:19 - Saudi Arabia healthcare sector is projected to expand at a CAGR of 7% during 2012-2015, says RNCOS in its research report.
Saudi Arabia represents the largest healthcare market in the GCC region that possesses a huge potential for further expansion due to rising healthcare needs. To make healthcare accessible, the availability of healthcare facilities is quintessential. The healthcare sector in Saudi Arabia has seen the latest trend of establishing new hospitals. Apart from hospitals, the Government is also developing the basic healthcare infrastructure by setting up more primary healthcare centers (PHCs) around the country.
Our new research report, “Saudi Arabian Healthcare Forecast to 2015”, looks into the share of private and public sectors in the country’s healthcare industry. We found that the public sector dominates, and is expected to lead in the coming years. However, developments are also taking place at a
face pace in the private sector to meet the growing healthcare needs. As per our research report, the healthcare sector in the Kingdom is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of around 7% during 2012-2015.
On studying the country’s healthcare industry further, we observed that tier-I cities, like Jeddah, dominate the private healthcare market in Saudi Arabia. We also studied the reasons for growing private investments into healthcare in these locations. The report covers an analysis for top five regions in the country, including details of healthcare infrastructure and professionals, among others.
Our research analyzes various crucial factors like medical test rates in private hospitals, consultancy fees, bed capacity and numbers of physicians to provide in-depth knowledge about the industry to the potential investors. On studying the market trends, we found that the Kingdom increasingly focuses on health services during pilgrimage season. The Ministry of Health provides integrated and free health services to pilgrims and visitors during Hajj and other seasons via a network of distinguished hospitals and health centers. Besides, the country is working for the betterment of medical education and related infrastructure. It is laying emphasis on the need to educate young Saudi healthcare professionals in terms of global standards. The report also discusses how consolidation, increasing construction of healthcare facilities, e-health and m-health are influencing the industry’s growth. The study also covers a competitive landscape to help clients understand the market, its structure and progress in the coming years.
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