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Medical Tourism Market Report: 2014 Edition

Koncept Analytics
Published Date » 2014-07-03
No. Of Pages » 59
 Medical treatment abroad, also called ‘medical tourism’, is a booming international industry where patients seek healthcare services from sources outside their country. Usually every type of medical treatment is available abroad with over 50 countries identifying as destinations in medical tourism. Medical tourism is a high-value sector that generates revenue for multiple industries. Given the lucrative potential fees, more governments are dedicating resources to boost the sector in their respective countries. 
   
 Medical tourists are presently traveling to faraway countries for cosmetic surgery, dental procedures, bariatric surgery, assisted reproductive technology, ophthalmologic care, orthopaedic surgery, cardiac surgery, organ and cellular transplantation, gender...
Table of Content

1. Market Overview
1.1 Medical Tourism Industry Structure
 
2. Medical Tourism - Market Size
2.1 Global Medical Tourism Market
2.2 Asian Medical Tourism Market
  • Market Value
  • Foreign Patients Inflow
2.2.1 Thailand
  • Market Value
  • Foreign Patients Inflow
  • Breakdown by Procedures
2.2.2 Singapore
  • Market Value
  • Foreign Patients Inflow
  • Foreign Patients by Nationality
2.2.3 Malaysia
  • Market Value
  • Foreign Patients Inflow
  • Foreign Patients by Nationality
2.2.4 India
  • Market Value
  • Foreign Patients Inflow
  • Foreign Patients by Nationality
  • Breakdown by Procedures
2.2.5 Korea
  • Market Value
  • Foreign Patients Inflow
  • Foreign Patients by Nationality
  • Breakdown by Procedures
2.2.6 Turkey
  • Market Value
  • Foreign Patients Inflow
3. Market Dynamics
3.1 Key Trends
3.1.1 International Certification
3.1.2 Government Initiatives
3.1.3 Merger, Collaboration & Expansion
3.1.4 Patient Arrival Trend
3.1.5 Forecast for Leading Destinations
3.1.6 Services Offered by Providers
3.1.7 Sri Lanka: Emerging Market for Medical Tourism
3.2 Growth Drivers
3.2.1 Global Aging Population
3.2.2 Improving Global GDP
3.2.3 Lower Costs in Developing Countries
3.2.4 Long Waiting Periods in Home Country
3.2.5 Zealous International Tourism/Travel Industry
3.2.6 Better Technology and Wider Treatment Options
3.3 Challenges
3.3.1 Quality Issues
3.3.2 Communication Barriers
3.3.3 Safety and Health Risks
3.3.4 High Market Sensitivity to Economic and Other Market Factors
 
4. Competitive Landscape
  • Market Share of Private Healthcare
4.1 Singapore
4.2 Malaysia
4.3 Turkey
 
5. Company Profiles
5.1 Bumrungrad Hospital
5.1.1 Business Overview
5.1.2 Financial Overview
5.1.3 Business Strategies
  • Intelligent Expansion 
  • Infrastructure Upgradation
5.2 Raffles Medical Group
5.2.1 Business Overview
5.2.2 Financial Overview
5.2.3 Business Strategies
  • Grow One-Stop Centers
  • Regional Expansion
5.3 IHH Healthcare Berhad
5.3.1 Business Overview
5.3.2 Financial Overview
5.3.3 Business Strategies
  • Strategic Investments
  • Pursue Partnerships & Collaborations
5.4 Bangkok Dusit Medical Services
5.4.1 Business Overview
5.4.2 Financial Overview
5.4.3 Business Strategies
  • Marketing Strategy 
  • Develop Service Excellence
5.5 KPJ Healthcare Berhad
5.5.1 Business Overview 
5.5.2 Financial Overview
5.5.3 Business Strategies 
  • Capitalize Growth in Medical Tourism 
  • Expanding Network and Capacity

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