Noida, U.p. India (PressExposure) November 23, 2011 -- According to a new research report entitled "UAE Healthcare Sector Forecast to 2012", by RNCOS, government initiatives are the one of the major factors driving the healthcare industry in the UAE. The government has identified roadblocks hampering growth of the healthcare industry, and is making considerable efforts to curb them. It is making considerable investments in the healthcare infrastructure by constructing hospitals and clinics, and is endorsing more contemporary approach to undertake infectious diseases, such as malaria and measles that were once out of control in the region.
The strong demand for better healthcare system has continued to witness rapid growth over the last few years due to factors including increasing population, rising prevalence of lifestyle diseases (obesity, diabetes, and hypertension), epidemic outbreaks, like H1N1, and the lack of internationally accredited healthcare infrastructure. According to "UAE Healthcare Sector Forecast to 2012", fast growth in investments in the construction of hospitals have provided an increase in the number of beds.
Our report spread over 95 pages provides an in-depth research and rational analysis of the current and the future scenario of the healthcare system in the UAE. It also provides the future forecast for hospital beds' demand and the doctors' demand during 2011-2014. Additionally, analysis of the regulatory environment along with recent industry developments and the increasing investments has been included in the report to provide a clear picture on the potentials of the UAE healthcare.
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