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Healthcare Market Assessment

  • Id : RNR-800157
  • Category : Healthcare It
  • Publish Date : Oct-2019
  • Pages : 120
  • Format : PDF
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Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and Middle East and North Africa (MENA) Healthcare Market Assessment – 2020 to 2030”. 

Population 
•	Areas of Interest: Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Northern Emirates
o	Segmentation: 
?	10 Year Age Groups (e.g. 0 – 10 Years, 10 – 20 Years…)
?	Gender
?	Nationality: Locals vs. Expats
Answer: Addressing to your concern and to better match your requirements, section 6 of the attached Table of Contents (ToC), will provide both qualitative and quantitative data regarding the projections from 2020 to 2030, by demographics. The information associated with the same would be bifurcated as following:

•	Dubai Population, By Age Group 
o	0-10 Years
o	11-20 Years
o	21-30 Years
o	31-40 Years
o	41-50 Years
o	51-60 Years
o	61-70 Years
o	>70 Years
•	Dubai Population, By Gender 
o	Male
o	Female
•	Dubai Population, By Nationality 
o	Locals
o	Expats
•	Abu Dhabi Population, By Age Group 
o	0-10 Years
o	11-20 Years
o	21-30 Years
o	31-40 Years
o	41-50 Years
o	51-60 Years
o	61-70 Years
o	>70 Years
•	Abu Dhabi Population, By Gender 
o	Male
o	Female
•	Abu Dhabi Population, By Nationality 
o	Locals
o	Expats
•	Northern Emirates Population, By Age Group 
o	0-10 Years
o	11-20 Years
o	21-30 Years
o	31-40 Years
o	41-50 Years
o	51-60 Years
o	61-70 Years
o	>70 Years
•	Northern Emirates Population, By Gender 
o	Male
o	Female
•	Northern Emirates Population, By Nationality 
o	Locals
o	Expats
•             Supply of Healthcare Services and Demand of Healthcare Services Particularly For Hospitals and Clinics

Answer: Addressing to your concern, we would like to confirm that we have bifurcated the scope for both supply and demand distinctively for hospitals and clinics respectively. The region wise/country-wise bifurcation has been done in the following manner:

GCC projections (Chapter 7) from 2020 to 2030, By Supply of Healthcare services (Pertaining to Hospitals):
•	By Patient Type
o	Inpatient
o	Outpatient
•	By Service Type
o	Primary
o	Secondary
o	Tertiary
o	Quaternary
•	By Specialty
o	Anesthesia
o	Dermatology
o	ENT
o	Cardiology
o	Obstetrics and Gynecology
o	Neurology
o	Others

Cross segmentation analysis (Countries, by segment/sub-segments) will be provided for the countries present under GCC region. The countries/cities that are considered under our research scope are as follows:
•	Bahrain
•	Kuwait
•	Oman
•	Qatar
•	Saudi Arabia
•	UAE
o	Abu Dhabi
o	Dubai
o	Northern Emirates
?	Sharjah
?	Ajman
?	Fujairah
?	Ras-al-Khaimah
?	Umm-al-Quwain

Now, Bahrain will be further divided by the following segments:

•	By Patient Type
o	Inpatient
o	Outpatient
•	By Service Type
o	Primary
o	Secondary
o	Tertiary
o	Quaternary
•	By Specialty
o	Anesthesia
o	Dermatology
o	ENT
o	Cardiology
o	Obstetrics and Gynecology
o	Neurology
o	Others
Similar analysis will be followed for the following countries/cities:

•	Kuwait
•	Oman
•	Qatar
•	Saudi Arabia
•	UAE
o	Abu Dhabi
o	Dubai
o	Northern Emirates
?	Sharjah
?	Ajman
?	Fujairah
?	Ras-al-Khaimah
?	Umm-al-Quwain

For the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region (Chapter 8), the supply of healthcare services pertaining to hospitals will be divided in the following manner:

•	By Patient Type
o	Inpatient
o	Outpatient
•	By Service Type
o	Primary
o	Secondary
o	Tertiary
o	Quaternary
•	By Specialty
o	Anesthesia
o	Dermatology
o	ENT
o	Cardiology
o	Obstetrics and Gynecology
o	Neurology
o	Others
Cross segmentation analysis (Countries, by segment/sub-segments) will be provided for the countries present under MENA region. The countries that are considered under our research scope are as follows:
•	GCC Countries
•	Algeria
•	Djibouti
•	Egypt
•	Iran
•	Iraq
•	Israel
•	Jordan
•	Lebanon
•	Libya
•	Malta
•	Morocco
•	Syria
•	Tunisia
•	Palestine
•	Yemen
•	Ethiopia
•	Sudan

Note: We have considered GCC Countries and MENA as different scopes in our research study. Thus, to balance the GCC Countries calculation in MENA, we have taken the former as one regional segment individually along with other countries prevailing in MENA. This is to confirm that there will no double counting calculation. 

Similar analysis will be provided for both GCC Countries and MENA region pertaining to Clinics (Chapter 9 and 10).

In addition, similar analysis will be provided for the demand of healthcare services (for both GCC and MENA region) for both hospitals and clinics individually (Chapter 11, 12, 13, 14).