DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/97mxcm/private) has announced the addition of the "Private Healthcare Market in Russia 2014: Development Forecasts for 2014-2019" report to their offering.
This timely business resource examines the market and its main segments e.g. private health insurance and fee-for-service to reveal market value, the value of each key segment and structure of the market.
The publication reports on recent events that have transpired in the Russian market for private healthcare insurance and services, and tracks the impacts of these events on market conditions. It describes the leading companies on the market through detailed profiles that include value, earnings and potential plans for expansion. Legal issues are highlighted and analysed in terms of the ultimate impact they are expected to have on this enormous market.
This document also provides analysis of medical services specialty markets such as those for dental, gynaecology and ophthalmology services. It offers complete coverage of regulatory conditions that apply to various segments of Russian private healthcare and enlightens readers about new developments currently affecting the market and those that experts predict will be most significant in the years ahead.
This document furnishes valuable historical data that tracks the growth and performance of the Russian private healthcare sector in recent years. It functions as a guide for potential investors as well as for medical services providers operating on this market, and is absolutely essential to the business operations of private health insurance and medical subscription companies.
Key Topics Covered:
2. Executive summary
3. Key reforms and trends
4. General characteristics and market value
5. Selected key players
6. Medical subscription market
7. Medical tourism
8. Health insurance market
9. List of graphs
10. List of tables
11. About the publisher
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