This is the fifth edition of the PMR report on the hospital market in Poland. Informed by exclusive primary research, and addressing the latest trends and regulatory developments, it offers an in-depth analysis of public and non-public hospital care in the country going into 2019.
A key part of the report is a market saturation study of hospital care in each of Poland’s 16 voivodships and in the biggest cities. Our experts identify the most promising specialties in the public and non-public space.
We also present findings from a new survey of 200+ hospital directors in Poland. We asked our respondents about problems and opportunities facing the sector a year on from the network reform of 2017. We analyse the impact of the reform on public and non-public hospitals, their finances and capex plans.
The report details planned investment projects in the hospital sector (public and non-public), with estimated financial outlays and funding sources.
It also examines the progress of digitisation in the hospital sector, and hospitals’ level of compliance with other recent legal changes.
The report also profiles Poland’s largest hospitals. Each profile discusses service scope, NFZ contracts, sales revenue, total beds, specialist ward beds, profitability, and plans for the future.
What is the content of the report?
- Number and characteristics of hospitals in Poland – based on exclusive data gathered by PMR
- Hospitals’ investment plans in the wake of the network reform
- Major specialties in hospitals in Poland
- Legal regulations affecting hospital care
- Total number of hospitals in Poland and their location
- Types of wards
- Ranking lists of public and non-public hospitals
- Profiles of the largest hospitals
- Total number of beds and specialist ward beds in each hospital
- Market saturation analysis of public and non-public hospital care in each voivodship and in the biggest cities
- Funding sources for hospital care in Poland – investment opportunities
- Value of hospitals’ contracts with the National Health Fund (NFZ)
- Trends and developments in hospital care
- Digitisation of hospital care and hospitals’ digitisation budgets
- Hospital directors’ perspective – survey findings
- Comparison of the situation in the public and non-public segments of the hospital market
- Number of hospitalisations by hospital type
- Market saturation analysis of medical specialties in each voivodship