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Understanding the UAEs Regional Healthcare Markets

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Published Date » 2013-11-28
No. Of Pages » 100
     
  Understanding the UAE's Regional Healthcare Markets  
   
 A federation of seven emirates, the UAE is one of the economic power houses in the Gulf region, and its strengths in industries such as oil, real estate, construction, financial services and tourism are a magnet for migrant workers. With a population of 9.1mn, the UAE's population is dynamic - much of the country has experienced rapid growth in recent years, and in some parts of the country, the healthcare sector has not managed to keep up with the rate of change. In this report, we address the challenges faced by the healthcare sector in each emirate, and how economic, demographic and other factors shape the provision of healthcare across the country. 
   
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TABLE OF CONTENT

Economic Analysis

Economic Analysis -Abu Dhabi

Non-Oil Sector Key To Growth

Housing Sector Has Bottomed
Table: Abu Dhabi - Fiscal Data (AEDbn)
Table: Abu Dhabi - GDP Forecast

Economic Analysis - Dubai

Real Estate: Substantial Growth Ahead

Tourism: Revenues Picking Up

Re-Exports & Funding Cliff To Drag On Growth
Table: Dubai - Fiscal Data (AEDbn)
Table: Dubai - GDP Forecast

Economic Analysis - Northern Emirates

Housing Sector To See Growth
Table: UAE - Key Projects In Northern Emirates 

Reliance on Abu Dhabi To Remain

Economic Analysis - Sharjah

Tourism Sector To Add To Growth

UAE - Gross State Product
Table: United Arab Emirates Gross State Product, US$bn 

UAE - Gross State Product Per Capita
Table: United Arab Emirates Gross State Product Per Capita, US$

Industry Forecast

Healthcare Market Forecast
Table: Healthcare Expenditure Indicators 2009-2017
Table: Healthcare Governmental Indicators 2009-2017
Table: Healthcare Private Indicators 2009-2017

10 Year Forecasts
Table: UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Long-Term Macroeconomic Forecasts

Long-Term Political Outlook

Demographic Forecast
Table: United Arab Emirates' Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 ('000)
Table: United Arab Emirates' Population By Age Group, 1990-2020 (% of total)
Table: United Arab Emirates' Key Population Ratios, 1990-2020
Table: United Arab Emirates' Rural And Urban Population, 1990-2020

Sub-National Demographic Forecast
Table: State Population (mn)
Table: State Crude Birth Rate
Table: State Crude Death Rate

Abu Dhabi
Table: GSP and Population
Table: Births & Deaths
Table: Hospitals (forecast)
Table: Beds (forecast)
Table: Hospital Inpatient Activity (forecast)
Table: Hospital Outpatient Activity (forecast)
Table: Personnel (forecasts)

Dubai
Table: GSP and Population 
Table: Births & Deaths
Table: Hospitals (forecast)
Table: Beds (forecast)
Table: Hospital Inpatient Activity (forecast)
Table: Hospital Outpatient Activity (forecast)
Table: Personnel (forecasts)

Ajman
Table: GSP and Population
Table: Births & Deaths
Table: Hospitals (forecast)
Table: Beds (forecast)
Table: Hospital Inpatient Activity (forecast)
Table: Hospital Outpatient Activity (forecast)
Table: Personnel (forecasts)

Umm al-Quwain
Table: GSP and Population
Table: Births & Deaths
Table: Hospitals (forecast)
Table: Beds (forecast)
Table: Hospital Inpatient Activity (forecast)
Table: Hospital Outpatient Activity (forecast)
Table: Personnel (forecasts)

Ras al-Khaimah
Table: GSP and Population
Table: Births & Deaths
Table: Hospitals (forecast)
Table: Beds (forecast)
Table: Hospital Inpatient Activity (forecast)
Table: Hospital Outpatient Activity (forecast)
Table: Personnel (forecasts)

Fujairah
Table: GSP and Population
Table: Births & Deaths
Table: Hospitals (forecast
Table: Beds (forecast)
Table: Hospital Inpatient Activity (forecast)
Table: Hospital Outpatient Activity (forecast)
Table: Personnel (forecasts)

Sharjah
Table: GSP and Population
Table: Births & Deaths
Table: Hospitals (forecast)
Table: Beds (forecast)
Table: Hospital Inpatient Activity (forecast)
Table: Hospital Outpatient Activity (forecast)
Table: Personnel (forecasts)

Methodology

List of Tables

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List of Figures

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