Albany, NY (PRWEB) April 22, 2014 -- As a public service provider, medical institutions are regulated by National Health and Family Planning Commission of China and other related government departments. Uneven regional distribution of medical resources exhibits the uneven economic development in aspects of medical institution classification, assets scale, revenue and expenditure, and distribution of private and foreign-funded medical institutions for profits. Developed regions like Shanghai, Beijing, Guangdong and Zhejiang have more advanced medical technology.
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According to the Chinese government, the total medical expense was approximately CNY 2,891.44 billion (about USD 466 billion) in 2012, up by 18.8% compared with that in 2011. The medical expense per capita was CNY 2,135.8 (approximately USD 344) at a growth rate of 18.2%. The total medical expense and expense per capita are increasing rapidly due to economic growth and population aging. In 2012, the total medical expense accounted for 5.57% of GDP, 0.42% higher than that in 2011. However, the percentage was much lower than that in developed countries.
The number of medical institutions was 0.962 million by the end of November 2013, including 24,000 hospitals, 0.923 million primary medical institutions, 12,000 public medical institutions and 2,000 other institutions. The number of hospitals and public medical institutions increased by 1,564 and 247 respectively while that of primary medical institutions decreased by 1,606 compared with those in November 2012.
The number of visits in medical institutions reached 6.41 billion in January to November 2013, up by 8.2% YOY, including 2.41 billion in hospitals (up by 9.5% YOY), 3.79 billion in primary medical institutions (up by 7.3% YOY) and 0.21 billion in other institutions. The number of visits in public hospitals was 2.17 billion (up by 8.9% YOY) while that in private hospitals was 0.24 billion, up by 15.6% YOY, which exhibits rapid development of private hospitals in China.
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The medical system in China was controlled by public medical institutions for a long time, leading to problems such as lack of competition, uneven resource distribution, poor service and underdeveloped technology, as well as frequent disputes between doctors and patients. Hindered by certain interest groups, the development of the medical system fell far behind other industries in China. The new government attempts to reform the medical system which exhibits great market potential. According to CRI, new entrants such as private and foreign-funded enterprises are bullish about the prospect of the medical industry due to the reform measures. New medical institutions need at least 3-5 years to make profits while M&A institutions need much shorter period of time by taking advantage of the existing employees, equipment and patients of the purchased medical institutions.
Cough, Cold, Flu and Allergy Remedies - UK - April 2014
In 2013, the cold/flu and allergy relief remedies market benefited from increases in product launch activity and marketing activity. Going forward, brands could look to more specifically target the key young adult demographic, who are the most likely to suffer from cold/flu and allergy-based ailments, as well as encouraging people in general to prepare ahead of both cold/flu and hayfever seasons, stocking up on products in advance. Browse Full Report with TOC at: http://www.researchmoz.us/cough-cold-flu-and-allergy-remedies-uk-april-2014-report.html.
Non-public Hospitals Market in Poland 2014 Comparative Analysis by Voivodship and Development Prospects
Non-public hospitals market in Poland 2014, Comparative analysis by voivodship and development prospects supplies the answers to these and many more questions about this section of the rapidly changing healthcare market. This publication lists and describes Poland’s private hospitals in detail, ranks them in terms of total beds, and covers planned and in-progress investments. The report offers valuable comparative analysis, enabling professionals to determine specific levels of market saturation in various locations, such as large cities, making this report an especially useful tool in choosing locations for the opening of new facilities. In addition, this publication analyses the responses of a recent survey of non-public hospitals in Poland and includes corporate profiles of market leading hospital groups and their operations. Browse Full Report with TOC at: http://www.researchmoz.us/non-public-hospitals-market-in-poland-2014-comparative-analysis-by-voivodship-and-development-prospects-report.html.
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