HBI 2016

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Around the world, healthcare service executives are optimistically looking toward the future – and predicting annual growth rates of over 6 percent in developed markets and of around 11 percent in emerging markets for the next five years. At the same time, trends such as consolidation and industrialization in the healthcare industry, increasing cost and quality awareness among patients and insurance companies, and the growing global demand for skilled personnel play a significant role for many companies’ business models. This is according to a survey that was conducted by the analysis and news platform Healthcare Business International (HBI) in cooperation with Siemens Healthcare, and presented at Healthcare Business International 2016 Conference. 

For an event review and to get the survey results visit >Global Change – Global Growth

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Published on : Tue, 1 Mar 2016

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