Sweden is a high income country, with a nominal GDP of €444.6 bn and a GDP growth rate of 4% in 2015. It has a GDP per capita of €45,400 and a population of 9.8 m. The Swedish healthcare system spends more than most other nations on healthcare, and also has higher qualitative healthcare standards […]
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A New Zealand Success Story: Fisher & Paykel Healthcare applying surgical procedure volumes insights
Fisher & Paykel Healthcare has come a long way from when it first started importing refrigerators and washing machines into New Zealand in 1934. Building an ensuing track record for handling and manufacturing mechanical appliances and responding to market demands, it is now a leading manufacturer and distributor of respiratory and acute care products in […]
With a free market economy, Mexico is considered to be the 12th largest economy worldwide and a potential health care market worth almost € 28 Bln (with projections of CAGR of about 7 percent until 2016).
The total healthcare market in Australia accounted for € 88 Bln in 2013 and will continue to grow at 5 percent per year until 2016. The following article summarizes the current situation and forecast of capital equipment, medical instruments, medical devices and pharmaceuticals markets in the country. Further in depth information on Australia’s economic overview and healthcare system is […]
This article gives an overview of the leading market indicators and the key drivers which will shape the Turkish medical technology market in the coming years. It is based on the inputs of policy makers, hospital managers, care providers and the MedTech industry.
Understand how the Euro crisis and governement initiatives have impacted hospital spending. TforG has recognized 3 distinctive phases that describe what’s happening in the MedTech sector and how we expect the market to develop in the near future.