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Healthcare Resource Guide: Algeria

Details: The Algerian Ministry of Health, Population and Hospital Reform is awarded the fourth largest portion of the national government budget. The 2017 finance law outlined a health budget of DZD389.1bn ($3.7bn). This was increased to DZD392.2bn ($3.8bn) in the 2018 finance law.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Mauritius

Details: In the 2018-19 budget speech, the Prime Minister announced the construction of (i) a new teaching hospital to be financed by the Kuwait Fund and funding from the Saudi government; (ii) a modern eye hospital; (iii) a new National Health Laboratory Services Center, and; (iv) a central warehouse for medical products.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Honduras

Details: Honduras has over 7,000 hospital beds (an estimated 0.8 beds per 1,000 population). Of these, over 4,600 are located at the MOH facilities, 330 in IHSS facilities, 1,700 in the private for-profit subsector; and over 100 in facilities run by NGOs and other agencies. On average, there are 10 physicians and 14.3 nurses per 10,000 population.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Egypt

Details: The Ministry of Health operates 1300 hospitals or 60 percent of hospital beds. Universities, the Army and the private sector constitute the other 40 percent. Egypt’s medical device market is the second largest in the Middle East. Sales in medical devices totaled USD 501.7 million in 2015, a five percent increase from the previous year.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Germany

Details: In addition, the Hospital Structure Act (Krankenhausstrukturgesetz) lays out the quality standards that hospitals must meet. Large scale cost savings and more hospital efficiency are expected. The new Digital Care Law (DVG-Digitale Versorgungsgesetz) has been submitted for approval and will take effect by the end of 2019, strengthening digital

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Turkey

Details: These hospitals constitute 57% of the current hospital stock and 62% of current hospital bed capacity in Turkey. There are 503 ‘private hospitals’ and 65 ‘university hospitals’. There is an emerging group of hospitals that will be built and managed by the Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) model. The MoH has recently been contracting out

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Liberia

Details: Liberia’s national medical center is the John F. Kennedy Medical Center, which is composed of John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital, Maternity Hospital, the Tubman National Institute of Medical Arts (a paramedical and nursing school), and the Catherine Mills Rehabilitation Hospital (a psychiatric care facility that is not currently operating).

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Philippines

Details: Most hospital improvements concentrate on specialized services for radiology, cardiac, lung and kidney examinations, and pathology to address the problem. Hospitals enhance their pathology services to meet demands for various diagnostic testing, especially for diabetes, cancer, and HIV/AIDS.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Indonesia

Details: 6. Can a foreign hospital provide services in Indonesia? (e.g. advising Indonesian hospitals on efficient operations or patient experience, telemedicine for patients) Foreign investors may build a whole new hospital or operate an existing local hospital jointly with a local investor.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Morocco

Details: There are five University Hospital Centers in Rabat, Casablanca, Fez, Oujda, and Marrakech, and six military hospitals in Agadir, Meknes, Marrakech, and Rabat. In addition, there are 148 hospitals in the public sector, with six new health centers under construction; and another 28 currently being rehabilitated and equipped, for a total of 65.1

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Romania

Details: Hospital Network Rationalization ($ 249.3 Mil) - this component would finance civil works (within the facilities’ current sites/rehabilitation), medical and other equipment, technical assistance, and training. Component 2. Ambulatory Care Strengthening ($ 66.4 Mil) - this component would finance civil works, technical assistance, equipment

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Bahrain

Details: The demand for hospital beds was projected to grow at 2% or over 2,700 beds, annually, between 2015 and 2020. The growing market for medical equipment presents increased business opportunities for U.S. exporters. Employment in the sector has been unable to keep pace with expansion. The industry is growing by approximately 10% per annum

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Georgia

Details: While the Georgian Government is the main source of hospital service financing in the country, the total Government expenditure on health is low at 0.3% of GDP, compared to the 5% benchmark set by peer countries, which leaves significant room for growth. The actual prices charged to patients are not regulated by the state.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Nigeria

Details: The number of hospital beds is estimated to have grown at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 3.8% since 2009, slightly higher than population growth, but at an insufficiently high rate to have a significant impact on the population bed ratio. The number of doctors is estimated to have grown at a CAGR of 2.7% since 2009, reaching 66,555 in

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Thailand

Details: The private hospital sector is expanding rapidly following a rise in domestic demand and a surge in medical tourists. The number of international patients is increasing steadily, along with the number of expatriates living in Thailand and neighboring countries.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Mongolia

Details: Healthcare Resource Guide Mongolia 2018. Summary . Mongolia is transitioning to a more Western-based healthcare model from a socialist-era health system characterized by government control, emphasis on inpatient care, and lack of well-trained medical professionals and high-quality equipment.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Bangladesh

Details: The hospital services market has the potential to grow to meet high domestic demand for quality care. There are initiatives from both the public and private sectors for a number of new specialty and super-specialty hospitals, with tremendous opportunities for overseas hospital chains to set up healthcare facilities.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: China

Details: The medical device market is one of the fastest growing market sectors in China, having maintained double-digit growth for over a decade. In 2018, the medical device market reached USD 78.81 billion, an increase of 22% from 2017. Over …

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Panama

Details: French companies were involved in the past in hospital design and equipment but have been less active recently. Return to top. Current Demand. The Ministry of Health and the Caja del Seguro Social (CSS - Social Security Fund), have been traditional users of imported healthcare services, medical equipment, and consulting services.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: France

Details: The surgical instrument and supplies sub-sectors represent approximately 18% of the total sector. Recent developments in the field of non-invasive surgery could have a strong impact on everyday hospital practices. These latest advances offer superior results and also present a significantly reduced risk to patients.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Italy

Details: The hospital departments systems and the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system are the areas of digital innovation that collect the highest budgets, respectively $114 and $59 million. Experts expect to see investments over the coming years in electronic health records, cloud computing, administrative management, digital management of drugs

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Costa Rica (2018

Details: Hospital Clínica Bíblica (HCB) is the largest followed by CIMA Hospital, owned by the International Hospital Corporation (headquartered in Dallas, Texas), and Hospital Hotel La Católica (HCC). These three private hospitals are accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCMI). The HCB is also accredited by the Medical Tourism Associations.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Ukraine

Details: Hospital Districts – guaranteeing that the healthcare system is available for patients in every community, Quality of Care – the NHS will require doctors to meet international standards of …

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Nicaragua (2018)

Details: Specialized and diagnostic equipment, pharmaceutical products, and hospital equipment all have growth potential in the country. Market Entry. The use of agents and local distributors is the most common way to export U.S. medical equipment, products, and services.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Oman

Details: This has been notable in the digitization of the country’s medical records, with 86% of all government hospital and health care facilities having been linked electronically to a central database by the beginning of 2015. In early January 2017 the Ministry of Health began implementing a cashless transaction system at public health care centers

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Serbia

Details: According to Serbian tax regulations, all products regardless of origin are subject to a 20 percent value added tax (VAT), which is borne by the final customer (hospital or patient), except orthotic and prosthetic devices and medical devices - products that are surgically implanted in the body, which are subject to ten percent value added tax.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Denmark

Details: Approximately 84% of healthcare expenditure is publicly financed, mainly through taxes. The remaining 16% is financed primarily through patient copayments. There is a small but growing private hospital and private health insurance sector, led by Aleris-Hamlet, the largest private hospital chain in Scandinavia.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Austria

Details: Around 64% of hospital beds are in general hospitals, with 26.6% in specialized clinics and rehabilitation centers, and 7% in sanatoriums or long-term care facilities. In 2017, there were around 45,600 medical doctors practicing in Austria (5.16 doctors/thousand population). The number of available beds has been declining since the 1980s in

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Healthcare Resource Guide: The Gambia

Details: Reimbursement. There are good market prospects for prospective health sector investors considering the large market gaps that exist. The GOTG is interested in providing nationwide access to medical equipment, supplies, and personnel in its ambition to make The Gambia a regional center of excellence in healthcare.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Greece

Details: Upgrade in public hospital staffing via the recruitment of 4,500 qualified staff of doctors, nurses and paramedical disciplines to cover all the gaps that exist across the country. The immediate operation of Intensive Care Units. The free access of all citizens to health services and health care, whether insured or uninsured.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: India

Details: The hospital services market, which represents one of the most important segments of the Indian healthcare industry, is currently valued at $80 billion and accounts for 71% of industry revenues. The new specialty and super-specialty hospital facilities depend on the import of high-end medical equipment, accounting for over 65% of the entire market.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Albania

Details: Number of hospital beds . 8,885 (8169 are in public hospitals) available beds per 1000. 3. Number of surgical procedures . 57,475 (at public hospitals) Physicians. 1.29 physicians per 1,000 habitants (2013)

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Mozambique

Details: Furthermore, the public health system has a huge gap in both basic medical services and hospital care. Patients usually travel to South Africa, Portugal and India to get medical treatment. The number of potential medical tourists rose from about 8,000 in 2003 to approximately 230,000 in recent years.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Taiwan

Details: Su mmary. With a population of 23.57 million, Taiwan is a thriving democracy, a vibrant market economy, and a highly attractive export destination. As of June 2018, Taiwan was ranked as the United States’ 11th largest trading partner in goods, placing it ahead of markets such as the Netherlands and Brazil .

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Israel

Details: Israel’s healthcare policy makers have been focusing on promoting healthy nutrition and lifestyle, preventive medicine, and age-based screening standards. In 2018, the Ministry of Health (MoH) announced it will establish new procedures to shift from hospital care to homecare.

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Saudi Arabia

Details: The number of hospital beds currently stands at 68,000 for all hospitals in Saudi Arabia and the number is expected to grow to 119,000 beds by 2020. Additionally, a private group of investors is developing Riyadh’s Medical Village over a 250,000 square meter area, consisting of eight 130-bed hospitals, 60 outpatient clinics, and other

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Healthcare Resource Guide: Belgium

Details: Summary . Belgium produces less than 10 percent of medical equipment consumes domestically. This leaves the market open for heavy competition among suppliers from the U.S., Germany, France and U.K.

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