Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/fss95j/public_hospitals) has announced the addition of the "Public Hospitals Market in Poland 2012" report to their offering.
Legislation, financing options are changing Poland's public hospital sector
New report contains updates on 2012 plans and activities
The market environment for public hospitals in Poland is in a transformative stage, partly due to legislation such as the Act on Medical Activity and new financing options such as public private partnerships and active investment funds engaged in recent takeovers. Businesses that provide products and services in connection with the construction and operation of these facilities are looking for answers to a variety of questions about conditions, trends, growth drivers and obstacles, leading public hospitals, upcoming investments from 2012-2015, recent and potential transformations and other crucial issues that stand to influence business in the years ahead.
The answers to these questions and many more can be found in Public hospital in Poland 2012, Investment plans and comparative regional analysis, a comprehensive guide to the market environment prepared by the expert analysts at PMR.
This innovative report provides descriptive data on the current number of public hospitals operating across Poland, their size and services provided, ranking in terms of total bed count, and facilities beginning operation in 2011. It supplies profiles of the leading hospitals, and a saturation comparison of facilities in terms of the cities and voivodships where they are located as well as the specialisation of medical services provided. Features include an Excel database of essential information for more than 450 facilities, the outcome of a dedicated survey of public hospitals, and in-depth evaluation of market saturation with respect to facility specialisation.
The report turns its focus toward future development, offering a comprehensive forecast that includes investments and facilities planned to 2015, upcoming regulatory developments and their probable effects on market conditions, future transformations and financing sources. It provides recommendations for the most rapidly growing specialties in the coming years, and the investors planning to open new public hospitals in the near future.
Key Topics Covered:
I. Methodology of the report
II. Executive summary
III. Overview of the public hospitals market in Poland
IV. Growth prospects for the public hospitals sector in Poland
V. Results of the survey conducted among public hospitals in Poland
VI. Overview and assessment of the growth potential for the most attractive specialisations
VII. Analysis of saturation with inpatient services in public hospitals in the major cities in Poland
VIII. Profiles of selected public hospitals in Poland
IX. Financing of public hospitals
X. Legal environment
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