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The study presents an outlook of the healthcare market in the Asia-Pacific. Good healthcare service can impact social issues, economics, and even the politics of a country. Governments need to meet these expectations, but rising costs in population and demographic shifts are causing them to falter. Disparity in care levels is also a concern, especially in less-developed countries. There is a strong need to fix the fragmented healthcare infrastructure. In the current complex environment, Frost & Sullivan advises clients to closely monitor their industries, track new opportunities, and develop strategies to take advantage of the inevitable economic turnaround.
Accelerating Trends Making Their Mark in Asia-Pacific
The adoption of Obamacare is changing the way hospitals look at their structure, roles, activities, how they measure themselves. “What was once a payment is now
a cost. What was once a cost is now a potential savings.”
Increasing speed and intensity of product competition; ferocity of generic competition
Declining R&D productivity compels companies to seek innovation outside.
Higher regulatory hurdles are leading to greater uncertainty and fewer product approvals.
Emerging markets become the key drivers to growth and spending.
Consolidation continues to increase, including at the hospital sector level.
The first non-western company breaks into the ranks of top 10 pharmaceutical companies.
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