DUBLIN, April 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/xlmq42/health_care) has announced the addition of the "Health Care System Development in Kenya and Rwanda" report to their offering.
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The study analyses the Kenyan and Rwandan health care landscape, market outlook, and investment and growth opportunities. It also discusses the drivers and restraints and the dynamics of the hospital construction market and concludes by providing a list of upcoming projects and strategic recommendations for the markets in Kenya and Rwanda. The research methodology is based on primary interviews and secondary sources. The forecast period is 2011-2015. The study offers insights to investors planning to enter the Kenyan and Rwandan markets, also helping existing manufacturers to understand the competition.
Health care is regarded as the 4th most-attractive investment sector in Africa. Economic factors and the regulatory environment are the key aspects companies take into consideration when evaluating new markets.
- The increased prevalence of chronic diseases, the rising income levels, and the augmented health awareness drive the upsurge in the per capita total health expenditure in Kenya and Rwanda.
- HIV/AIDS is the major cause of adult death in Kenya. Effective low-cost point-of-care (POC) HIV diagnostic kits for nucleic acid testing (NAT) and immunodiagnostics hold potential as around 60% of the population live in rural areas without proper access to care.
- Around 60% of the total pregnancies in Kenya are handled by the private sector.
- In Rwanda, patients are often in the late stage of severe disease when they approach of the academic referral hospitals.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
3. Demographics and Disease Burden
4. Health care Facilities and Personnel
5. Other Related Infrastructure
6. Expenditure and Funding
7. Health Insurance
8. Legal Scenario
9. External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints-Health care Market in Rwanda
11. Demographics and Disease Burden
12. Expenditure and Funding
13. Health Insurance
14. External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints-Health care Market in Kenya
15. Opportunities and Key Strategic Recommendations
16. Upcoming Projects
17. The Last Word
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