The Global Healthcare Services Market Briefing 2018 covers market characteristics, size and growth, segmentation, regional breakdowns, competitive landscape, market shares, trends and strategies for this market.
Healthcare services deal with medical and remedial care service. Healthcare services also include furnishing medicine, medical or surgical treatment, nursing, hospital service, dental service, optometrical service and other complementary health services.
North America was the largest region in the healthcare services market in 2017, accounting for around 35% market share. Asia Pacific was the second largest region accounting for around 28% market share. Middle East was the smallest region accounting for around 2% market share.
Bundle payments as the model for financial transactions relating to healthcare are seeing a rapid increase. Bundle payments group all payments a patient makes during a phase of a health condition. They include conditions that require pre- and post-hospital care under a single fee.
Bundle payments can help ensure better coordination between physicians, nurses, specialists and acute care providers and will increase the service quality delivered to customers. for example, Arkansas' Medicaid program has mandatory bundle payment programs in place for ten different conditions, with additional procedures coming into this program each year.
- Markets Covered: Hospitals and Outpatient Care Centers, Physicians and Other Healthcare Practitioners, Home Healthcare and Residential Nursing Care Services, Medical and Diagnostic Laboratories, Dental Services, Substance Abuse and Residential Mental Health, Veterinary Services
- Time Series: Five years historic and forecast.
- Data: Market value in $ billions.
- Mayo Clinic
- Laboratory Corporation of America
- Johns Hopkins Medicine
- Quest Diagnostics Inc.
- Cleveland Clinic
- Brookdale Senior Living
- M D Anderson Cancer Center
- Sonic Healthcare Limited
- Encompass home health
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