2021 Global Healthcare Provider Industry Guide – ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN – (BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Guide to the Global Healthcare Provider Industry – Market Summary, Competitive Analysis and Forecast to 2025” the report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com from offer.

The Global Healthcare Providers Industry Profile provides top-notch qualitative and quantitative summary information including: Industry Size (2016-20 Value and Forecast to 2025). The profile also contains descriptions of the major players, including key financial metrics and an analysis of competitive pressures within the industry.


  • The health care provider sector is assessed as the total health expenditure in each country. This includes final consumption expenditure on health goods and services.

  • Goods and services in this sector include inpatient, outpatient, long-term medical care, medical products, including pharmaceuticals and supplies, and utilities and capital formation such as administrative needs and health costs. development.

  • Public expenditure (eg by national and local governments and social security schemes) and private expenditure (eg payments made by private sector health insurers and individual expenditure) are both included.

  • Note that with regard to distribution data (where the data is broken down into private or public expenditure), the public expenditure segment also includes health insurance financed by private insurers when such insurance is compulsory, for example to United States. All other non-compulsory insurance financed by the private sector falls under the “private” segment. All market data and forecasts are represented in nominal terms (i.e. without adjustment for inflation) and all currency conversions used in creating this report have been calculated using annual exchange rates constant means of 2020. COVID-19: The assumption has been made that after the end of the pandemic, the world economy will gradually return to previously recorded levels. It is also assumed that there is no generalized economic crisis as seen in 2008 due to the financial support programs announced by governments around the world. As of October 2020, at the time of preparation of this report, the economic implications of national and local lockdowns in many economies are difficult to predict as there is no indication how long the pandemic will last, or how many industries will be forced to stay. closed and the extent of government assistance involved.

  • The global healthcare provider industry achieved a total revenue of $ 9,019.5 billion in 2020, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.8% between 2016 and 2020.

  • The hospital care segment was the most lucrative in the industry in 2020, with total revenues of $ 3,260.7 billion, or 36.2% of the industry’s overall value.

  • The United States is by far the most valuable market in the world for healthcare providers, thanks to its predominantly private and highly developed healthcare system.

Main topics covered:

1. Summary

2 Presentation

3 global healthcare providers

4 healthcare providers in Asia-Pacific

5 healthcare providers in Europe

6 healthcare providers in France

7 healthcare providers in Germany

8 healthcare providers in Italy

9 healthcare providers in Japan

10 healthcare providers in Australia

11 health care providers in Canada

12 healthcare providers in China

13 healthcare providers in the Netherlands

14 healthcare providers in Spain

15 healthcare providers in the UK

16 health care providers in the United States

17 company profiles

  • Community Health Systems, Inc.

  • HCA Healthcare, Inc.

  • Ascension Health

  • Tenet Healthcare Corporation

  • Tokushukai Ltd

  • Nichii Gakkan Co Ltd

  • Orpea SA

  • Ramsay Health Care Limited

  • Korian SA

  • Fresenius SE & Co. KGaA

  • Healthscope Ltd

  • Spire Healthcare Group Plc

  • IHH Healthcare Berhad

  • Chindex International Inc

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