The report explores the value and growth of Poland’s private healthcare market and its three main segments, i.e. subscription plans, voluntary health insurance, and fee-for-service (FFS), forecasting market development until 2024.
An important section of the report is a SWOT analysis for subscriptions and insurance. Another key section looks at fringe benefits offered to employees in Poland.
The report also profiles the largest private medical companies in Poland, with data on clinics, patient base, revenue mix, and plans. Insurers active in the healthcare space are profiled too.
As a supplement to the report, it is possible to purchase Excel databases with detailed comparison of offers of private insurers and subscription companies. Thanks to the data contained in the database, the customer will receive information on, among others, the price of packages, the scope of specialist health care, diagnostics (laboratory tests, imaging and other), the scope of hospital services, rehabilitation and other services/advantageous offers for customers of a given package/insurance.
What is the content of the report?
- Total market value and segment values (subscription plans, voluntary health insurance, FFS)
- Exclusive forecast until 2024.
- Key trends
- Subscription plans – value, outlook, leading players and their market shares
- Customer habits and preferences – Poles’ opinions about the healthcare system, financial barriers to private healthcare, usage of private vs. public services, expectations of private services
- Medical tourism – value, main specialties, growth factors and inhibitors
- Private medical firms – company profiles with data on clinics (including onsite and partner clinics), financial results, patient numbers, growth plans
- Other non-public healthcare facilities in Poland – medical laboratories, dialysis stations, dental clinics, diagnostic imaging centres, ambulance services, hospitals