GCC Overview of Major Healthcare Trends – Annual Newsletter by Mashreq JLL MEED Knowledge Partnership

RESEARCH: GCC HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY
The report provides an overview of major healthcare trends as the industry steers out of Covid-19, while highlighting steps towards growth. A large youth base and a rapidly ageing population with prevalence of chronic diseases are expected to triple healthcare demand in KSA in the next 10 years. This Mashreq white paper presents key demand drivers of healthcare in Egypt focusing on population, public health and resources and offers an overview of the healthcare delivery market.
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Emerging formats in healthcare delivery in the GCC Lessons from covid-19
The white paper talks about how various demand drivers are leading to realigning healthcare delivery towards newer formats to cater to the increasing healthcare requirements of the GCC population. Mental disorders are among the leading causes of global health-burden with nearly 1 billion people living with a mental disorder and in low-income countries.
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WEBINAR
Lessons from the pandemic GCC healthcare braces for transformation
Discusses how the UAEā€™s response to the Covid-19 pandemic can accelerate the development of healthcare in the GCC. Structural trends accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic are prompting a shift in the way healthcare services are planned and delivered in the GCC region.
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Healthcare in Egypt Saudi healthcare primed for investment
Changing regulations, rising population levels and demand for universal access to quality healthcare is creating an attractive environment for investment in Egyptian healthcare. Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), also known as chronic diseases, tend to be of long duration and result from a combination of genetic, physiological, environmental, and behavioural factors.
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RESEARCH: GCCE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY
Increasing importance of mental health care during COVID-19 pandemic Home healthcare services in the GCC Various initiatives for prevention and control of NCDs in the GCC
Mental disorders are among the leading causes of global health-burden with nearly 1 billion people living with a mental disorder and in low-income countries. Home healthcare is defined as care provided at home by licensed healthcare professionals who cater to medical treatment needs or by professional caregivers who provide daily assistance to ensure that activities of daily living (ADL) are completed. Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), also known as chronic diseases, tend to be of long duration and result from a combination of genetic, physiological, environmental, and behavioural factors.
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Growth of medical tourism in Dubai Trend of increasing local pharmaceutical manufacturing capabilities in the GCC The rising importance of revenue cycle management in Dubai
Dubai is fast becoming a leading destination for medical tourism, both regionally and globally. The Emirate ranked 13th out of the 46 global destinations rated within the 2020-2021 Medical Tourism Index. Rapid reform in the healthcare market across the GCC is driving significant growth of the pharmaceutical market. The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) has been working to make the payment process simpler for hospitals and insurance companies.
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19 July, 2022 | .By Alina Apostu