— New Frost & Sullivan Insights uncover the booming business potential for health services in 16 countries, among which are Russia, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Greece, Bulgaria and the CIS
LONDON, Feb. 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — With a population of 420 million generating $4660 billion in GDP, Eastern Europe is swiftly gaining momentum as a key area for private and public investment in healthcare and health services.
A new Frost & Sullivan analysis, Eastern Europe Healthcare Outlook 2014, sheds light on the changing healthcare dynamics in the region. With the number of hospitals reaching nearly 15.000 units, healthcare spending has been growing from $260 billion of 2010 to an additional 13 per cent in 2013. The percentage of private healthcare spending has also seen growth of an additional 6 per cent from 44 per cent of 2010.
Find out more on this study and gain exclusive insights on:
- Country ranking in Eastern Europe
- Competitive scenarios in the private sector
- Private healthcare services investment attractiveness
- Patient potential and investment gold mines
- Profiles of top private hospitals across countries
- Healthcare skeletal system and government’s reform agenda
- New avenues of growth in the region
For more complimentary information on this study, please click here: http://corpcom.frost.com/forms/EU_PR_AZanchi_9AB9_13Feb15, or contact Anna Zanchi, Corporate Communications, at email@example.com
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