DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9h4vxs/european_patient) has announced the addition of the "European Patient Flow & Epidemiology: Breast Cancer Care Track - 2014" report to their offering.
This report provides insights into pathologies' epidemiology with key indicators such as prevalence and incidence before analyzing the care track in seven European Markets (France, Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, Spain and Turkey).
This module is the representation of the way patients follows the most common route through the hospital, analyzing every decision point and therapy through a drill down function: decision drivers, decision making units, consequences, outcomes and issues. In a secondary function it is possible to drill down to the market, qualifying size, access and penetration.
The module takes you by the hand and leads you through 25 pathologies in Cardiology, Neurology, Oncology and Orthopedics. It currently covers the 5 key countries in Europe, China, Russia and Turkey. Additional countries and pathologies will be available soon.
The aim of this report is to help executives understand the general framework established in diverse markets and to understand how, where and when they can interact with the care chain in order to make effective market decisions.
Key Topics Covered:
1.1 About Patient Flow
1.2 About Quomeda
2 Breast cancer: Overview
3 Breast cancer: Patient Flow in Germany
4 Breast cancer: Patient Flow in France
5 Breast cancer: Patient Flow in Italy
6 Breast cancer: Patient Flow in the United Kingdom
7 Breast cancer: Patient Flow in Spain
8 Breast cancer: Patient Flow in Turkey
8.1 Patient Flow and Care Track in Turkey
8.2 Patient Flow Logistics in Turkey
8.3 Patient Flow Decisions Points in Turkey
9 Breast cancer: Patient Flow in Russia
9.1 Patient Flow and Care Track in Russia
9.2 Patient Flow Logistics in Russia
9.3 Patient Flow Decisions Points in Russia
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