This blog will provide a concise glimpse of Malaysia’ macroeconomic situation, its healthcare-provision characteristics and organization, as well as highlight the priorities and activities shaping its private and public hospital sectors.
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Indian healthcare is a complex mixed public-private model, with limited government funded public healthcare, alongside pricier and urban-concentrated private providers. In 2015 India spent approximately 4.85% of GDP on healthcare; 32% funded publicly and 68% funded privately, totaling €70 expenditure on healthcare per capita.
DRG’s and their effect on Medical Device Introduction, Reimbursement and the increasing medical professional resistance to new devices. This is the first blog in the series that identifies and discusses new obstacles in the marketing of Medical Devices, new hurdles, shifting roles and changing weights.
There has been a great amount of buzz and positive expectation in relation to Indonesia’s growth potential in the last few years and this is especially true when referring to the healthcare industry. Drivers for growth in the healthcare sector are similar to those identified in many of the original “BRIC” countries and include: A […]
TforG’s Ritza Suazo goes through the history and development of care paths and patient flows in healthcare analysis. Its multiple purposes in hospital management, finances, policy making and others, leading towards to the creation of our company’s TforG Care Tracks, methodologies and uses.
TforG interviews over 250 national policy makers, health insurers, hospital managers and business managers from the MedTech industry in benchmark countries in the EU, the Middle East and BRIC on a yearly basis. The 2013 exercise revealed that the industry is in the middle of changes and reforms that essentially wipe clear the current strategy […]