|[February 21, 2013]
Research and Markets: Understanding Indonesia's Regional Health Markets
DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/428gm2/understanding)
has announced the addition of the "Understanding
Indonesia's Regional Health Markets" report to their offering.
Often overshadowed by its larger Asian neighbours such as China and
Japan, Indonesia is the largest economy in the ASEAN community. With a
young and fast growing population, Indonesia's challenge is to ensure
that the benefits of its rapidly growing economy are more effectively
utilised in providing a good level of healthcare to its 237 million
- The Republic of Indonesia is an archipelago of over 17,500 islands
(around 6,000 or 34% of which are inhabited) located in Southeast Asia,
with a total land area of over 1.9 million square kilometres, which
makes it the 15th larges country in this respect.
- Indonesia is an emerging economy that is expected to grow at a
relatively strong real GDP of 5.9% in 2012 which should see it reach a
total value of US$915.1 billion. This makes it the largest economy in
the ASEAN region.
- Indonesia has a largely young population; only 5.0% of the total was
aged 65 or over in 2010. This is considered low compared to most
advanced economies but similar to other fast growing and developing
countries in South East Asia.
Indonesia's economy may have tripled over the last 10 years but low
levels of investment in healthcare are still leaving much unmet clinical
need, especially in the poorer rural areas.
Any assessment of Indonesia must consider the geographic diversity of
the country and the economic and demographic dynamics that are
influencing the development of the health market.
Key Questions Answered By This Report
- How is wealth distributed regionally
- Which regions produce the highest levels of GDP and does that relate
to health spending
- What role is played by private healthcare
- How is the population distributed
- How is healthcare organised and delivered
Reasons To Buy
Identifying opportunities and assessing risk in Indonesia's health
economy requires being able to see the economic performance and health
infrastructure at a regional as well as national level.
Rich in statistics, charts and maps, this new 150-page report from
Espicom Understanding Indonesia's Regional Health Markets takes you
further into understanding the national and regional health environments
and their needs.
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