Noida, U.p. India (PressExposure) December 06, 2011 -- According to RNCOS, the increasing penetration of health insurance in the UAE is anticipated to provide a rigorous boost to the superfluous growth of the healthcare industry in the UAE. Recently, the UAE Government has made the health insurance mandatory in the country, which would make service providers more selective, and would therefore, increase the costs of medical services and medical treatments substantially, forcing the insurance companies to raise prices. Moreover, to boost the insurance penetration, the government is strongly supporting the private healthcare and investment in this sector.
According to latest report by RNCOS, "UAE Healthcare Sector Forecast to 2012", the UAE healthcare market has grown rapidly over the past few years owing to the governments' decision to invest heavily in healthcare infrastructure, rising population, changing social demographics and increasing incidences of chronic and lifestyle diseases. The UAE healthcare market is expected to witness a rapid transformation owing to the increase in domestic per capita GDP and continuous growth of demand for healthcare products and services in the region as a whole.
The report, "UAE Healthcare Sector Forecast to 2012", 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 the hospital beds' demand and the doctors' demand for 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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