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Middle East Medical Tourism Industry Outlook to 2016 - Advanced Medical Infrastructure Paving the Way for Future Growth

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The report titled "Middle East Medical Tourism Industry Outlook to 2016- Advanced Medical Infrastructure Paving the Way for Future Growth" provides a comprehensive analysis of the medical tourism industry in the Middle East countries in terms of the medical tourist arrivals, revenue generated by the medical tourists in the respective countries. The countries that attract most of the medical tourists in the region are Jordan, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Israel and Iran. UAE is trying to establish itself as a destination for medical tourism in the region. Factors that influence the medical tourist arrivals such as the hospital network in the country, healthcare personnel in terms of doctors, nurses, midwives and pharmaceutical personnel have been extensively covered in the report.

 

Middle East:

 

The medical tourism revenue of the Middle East region has increased from USD 1,240 million in 2006 at a CAGR of 4.7% from the year 2006-2011. The medical tourism revenue of the Middle East region has risen from 456,000 medical tourists in 2006 to ~ medical tourists in 2011 at a CAGR of ~% for the years 2006-2011. Jordan is the market leader in terms of medical tourist arrivals and the medical tourism revenue in 2011. The low cost quality treatment being provided by the state of the art medical infrastructure has augmented the medical tourist arrivals in the region. The relaxation of international norms such as visa documents in some countries such as UAE and Jordan has attracted medical tourists within the region. The rise in the private hospitals in the region is also one of the factors for the rise in the medical tourists in the region.

Environmental factors such as political instability, civil wars and anti-west feelings within the region have had negative consequences for the countries in the region. The improvement of the medical infrastructure has complimented the growth of medical tourism in the region. The medical tourism industry in the Middle is projected to attract 753,500 medical tourists and will generate revenue of USD 2 billion by 2016

 

Jordan:

Jordan is the leader in the medical tourism industry in the Middle East region. The country serves medical tourists from Iraq, Syria, Yemen and other countries in the region. The country offers state of the art medical treatment in all of the 106 hospitals in the country. The health centre in Amman receives most of the medical tourists in the country. The country has 10 hospitals with JCI certification in 2011. The medical tourist arrivals have risen from 175,000 in 2006 to ~ in 2011 whereas the revenue generated by the medical tourism has surged from USD 920 million in 2006 to USD ~ million in 2011 at a CAGR of 1.6% for the years 2006 to 2011.

 

Turkey:

Turkey has a strategic location that makes the country a well known destination for the medical tourism in the region. The country is the second largest country in terms of the medical tourist arrivals and also the second largest in terms of revenue generated through medical tourism. In 2011, the medical tourism revenue was valued at USD ~ million as compared to USD 192 million in 2006 thereby growing at 6.8% per annum during the period 2006-2011. The creation of the health zones in the country by 2014 are expected to attract more medical tourists to the country. The medical tourism industry is estimated to attract ~ medical tourists thereby generating revenue of USD 408 million by 2016.

 

Iran:

The government had set up its first health tourism office in 2010. The health tourism office in association with medical universities in Iran is expected to boost the medical tourism industry in the country in the coming years. Iran treated ~ thousand medical tourists in 2011. The revenue generated by the medical tourism in 2011 in Iran was USD ~ million. Iran has the second highest number of hospitals in the entire Middle East region next to Turkey in 2011. The major challenge for Iran is order to promote its medical tourism is the harsh political outlook to the western countries. In the coming years, the country is expected to attract ~ thousand medical tourists from Iraq, Syria and Lebanon thereby generating revenue of USD ~million.

 

Israel:

Israel has positioned itself as a pioneer in the IVF treatments, cancer treatments and nuclear medicine. With rising number of medical tourists an upsurge in number of government and private hospital has been witnessed. There were more than 190 government hospitals in the country in 2010 with major hospitals located in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Herzliya. The country received ~ medical tourists in 2011. The medical tourist arrivals have increased from 15,000 in 2006 to ~ in 2011 at a CAGR of ~% for the years 2006 to 2011. The growth in the medical tourist arrivals can be attributed to the world class amenities in the hospitals. The medical tourism revenue is expected to grow at 5.7% for the years 2012-2016.

 

Saudi Arabia:

The people from UAE, Yemen, Kuwait and Syria constituted most of the medical tourists in Saudi Arabia in 2011. The country received ~ medical tourists in 2011 and the medical tourism industry was valued at USD 135 million during the year. The Ministry of health of Saudi Arabia had proposed several plans to build a supervisory authority to control private healthcare facilities thereby promoting medical tourism through these initiatives. The medical tourist arrivals in the country are projected to increase from ~ in 2012 to 105,000 by 2016 at a CAGR of 20% for the years 2012-2016.

 

UAE:

The UAE is promoting its medical tourism in the world by the creation of the Dubai Healthcare City (DHCC). The country has the highest number of JCI certified hospitals in the region. In the coming years the UAE is expected to play a significant role in the medical tourism industry in the Middle East region.

 

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Table Of Content

Scope

 

1. Middle East Medical Tourism Industry Introduction

Types of Medical Travelers Profile

 

2. Medical Tourists in Middle East by Countries, 2006-2011

 

3. Medical Tourism Revenue in Middle East by Countries, 2006-2011

 

4. JCI Approved Hospitals in Middle East Countries, 2006-2011

 

5. Medical Tourism Treatment Cost Comparison, 2011

 

6. Middle East Medical Tourism Growth Drivers and Growth Barriers

Growth Drivers

Growth Barriers

 

7. Middle East Medical Tourism Industry Trends and Developments

 

8. Middle East Medical Tourism Future Outlook and Projections

8.1. By Medical Tourists and Medical Tourism Revenue, 2012-2016

8.2. Cause and Effect Relationship between Industry Factors and Medical Tourism Industry Prospects

 

9. Middle East Medical Tourism Macro-Economic Factors and Projections

Increase in the Healthcare Expenditure by the Middle East Nations

Rising Proportion of Elder Population in the World

 

10. Medical Tourism in Jordan

10.1. Industry Overview

10.2. Medical Tourism Market Size in Jordan

10.2.1. By Number of Medical Tourists, 2006-2011

10.2.2. By Revenue, 2006-2011

10.3. Medical Tourists by Nationality, 2011

10.4. Medical Infrastructure in Jordan, 2006-2011

10.4.1. By Hospitals, 2006-2011

10.4.2. By Physicians, 2006-2011

10.4.3. By Nurses and Midwives, 2006-2011

10.4.4. By Hospital Beds, 2006-2011

10.5. Value Chain of Medical Tourism in Jordan

10.6. Government Expenditure on Healthcare in Jordan, 2006-2011

10.7. Competitive Landscape of Major Hospitals in Jordan ,2011

10.8. Medical Tourism in Jordan Future Outlook and Projections

10.8.1. By Medical Tourists and Revenue, 2012-2016

10.8.2. By Medical Infrastructure, 2012-2016

10.8.2.1. By Physicians, 2012-2016

10.8.2.2. By Hospitals and Hospital Beds, 2012-2016

10.8.2.3. By Nurses and Midwives, 2012-2016

10.8.3. By Government Expenditure on Healthcare, 2012-2016

 

11. Medical Tourism in Turkey

11.1. Industry Overview

11.2. Medical Tourists in Turkey 2006-2011

11.3. Medical Infrastructure in Turkey, 2006-2011

11.3.1. By Hospitals, 2006-2011

11.3.2. By Hospital Beds, 2006-2011

11.3.3. By Physicians, 2006-2011

11.4. Government Expenditure on Healthcare in Turkey, 2006-2011

11.5. Competitive Landscape of Major Hospitals in Turkey

11.6. Medical Tourism in Turkey Future Outlook and Future Projections, 2012-2016

11.6.1. By Medical Tourists and Medical Tourism Revenue, 2012-2016

11.6.2. By Medical Infrastructure, 2012-2016

11.6.2.1. By Physicians, Nurse and Midwifery Personnel, 2012-2016

11.6.2.2. By Hospitals and Hospital Beds, 2012-2016

 

12. Medical Tourism in Israel

12.1. Industry Overview

12.2. Medical Tourists and Medical Tourism Revenue in Israel, 2006-2011

12.3. Medical Infrastructure in Israel, 2006-2011

12.3.1. By Hospitals, 2006-2011

12.3.2. By Physicians, 2006-2011

12.3.3. By Hospital Beds, 2006-2011

12.3.4. By Nurses and Midwives, 2006-2011

12.4. Government Expenditure on Healthcare in Israel, 2006-2011

12.5. Israel Medical Tourism Industry growth Drivers and Growth Barriers

Growth Drivers

Growth Barriers

12.6. Competitive Landscape of Leading Hospitals in Israel, 2011

12.7. Medical Tourism in Israel Future Outlook and Projections

12.7.1. By Medical Tourists and Medical Tourism Revenue, 2012-2016

12.7.2. By Government Expenditure on Healthcare in Israel, 2012-2016

 

13. Medical Tourism in Iran

13.1. Overview

13.2. Medical Tourists and Medical Tourism Revenue in IRAN, 2006-2011

13.3. Medical Infrastructure in Iran, 2006-2011

13.3.1. By Hospitals, 2006-2011

13.3.2. By Physicians, 2006-2011

13.3.3. By Hospital Beds, 2006-2011

13.3.4. By Nurses and Midwives, 2006-2011

13.4. Government Expenditures on Healthcare in Iran, 2006-2011

13.5. SWOT Analysis of Medical Tourism Industry in Iran

13.6. Iran Medical Tourism Industry Major Trends and Developments

Creation of Health Zones to Promote Medical Tourism

Promotion of Medical Tourism through Embassies and Offline Advertisements

13.7. Medical Tourism in Iran Future Outlook and Future Projections

13.7.1. By Medical Tourists and Medical Tourism Revenue, 2012-2016

 

14. Medical Tourism in Saudi Arabia

14.1. Overview

14.2. Medical Tourists and Medical Tourism Revenue in Saudi Arabia, 2006-2011

14.3. Medical Infrastructure in Saudi Arabia, 2006-2011

14.3.1. By Hospitals, 2006-2011

14.3.2. By Physicians, 2006-2011

14.3.3. By Hospital Beds, 2006-2011

14.3.4. By Nurses and Midwives, 2006-2011

14.4. Government Expenditure on Healthcare in Saudi Arabia, 2006-2011

14.5. Saudi Arabia Medical Tourism Industry Major Trends and Developments

E-Health Services

Promotion of Medical Tourism through Haj and Umrah

14.6. Medical Tourism in Saudi Arabia Future Projections, 2012-2016

14.6.1. By Medical Tourists and Medical Tourism Revenue, 2012-2016

 

15. Medical Tourism in UAE

15.1. Overview

15.2. Medical Tourists in UAE, 2006-2011

15.3. Medical Infrastructure in UAE, 2006-2011

15.3.1. By Hospitals, 2006-2011

15.3.2. By Physicians, 2006-2011

15.3.3. By Hospital Beds, 2006-2011

15.4. Government Expenditure on Healthcare in UAE, 2006-2011

15.5. UAE Medical Tourism Industry Major Trends and Developments

15.6. Medical Tourism in UAE Future Outlook and Projections

15.6.1. By Medical Tourists, 2012-2016

 

16. Appendix

16.1. Market Definition

16.2. Abbreviations

16.3. Research Methodology

Data Collection Methods

Approach

Variables (Dependent and Independent)

Multi Factor Based Sensitivity Model

Final Analysis

16.4. Disclaimer

 


List Of Figure

Figure 1: Medical Tourists in the Middle East Countries in Thousands (000's) and Medical Tourism Revenue in USD Million, 2006-2011

Figure 2: Middle East Medical Tourists by Jordan, Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Israel on the Basis of Contribution in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 3: Medical Tourism Revenue in Middle East in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 4: Middle East Medical Tourism Revenue by Jordan, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Israel on the Basis of Contribution in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 5: Number of JCI Approved Hospitals in the Middle East Region and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 6: Medical Tourists in Middle East Countries in Thousands (000's) and Medical Tourism Revenue Projections in USD Million, 2012-2016

Figure 7: Expenditure on Healthcare by Middle East Countries in USD Billion, 2006-2016

Figure 8: World Population in 65 Years and Above Age Group in Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2016

Figure 9: Medical Tourists in Jordan in Thousands (000's) and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 10: Medical Tourism Revenue of Jordan in USD Million and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 11: Medical Tourists in Jordan by Nationality in Percentage, 2011

Figure 12: Number of Hospitals and JCI Certified Hospitals in Jordan, 2006-2011

Figure 13: Number of Physicians in Jordan and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 14: Nurses and Midwives in Jordan in Number and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 15: Number of Hospital Beds in Jordan and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 16: Medical Tourism Value Chain in Jordan

Figure 17: Government Expenditure on Healthcare in Jordan in USD Billion and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 18: Jordan Medical Tourist Arrivals in Thousands (000's) and Medical Tourism Revenue Projections in USD Million, 2012-2016

Figure 19: Number of Physicians Projections in Jordan, 2012-2016

Figure 20: Number of Hospitals and Hospital Beds Projections in Jordan, 2012-2016

Figure 21: Number of Nurses and Midwives Projections in Jordan, 2012-2016

Figure 22: Healthcare Expenditure by the Government of Jordan Projections in USD Billion, 2012-2016

Figure 23: Medical Tourists in Turkey in Thousands (000's) and Medical Tourism Revenue in USD Million, 2006-2011

Figure 24: Number of Hospitals and JCI Certified Hospitals in Turkey, 2006-2011

Figure 25: Number of Hospital Beds in Turkey and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 26: Number of Physicians in Turkey and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 27: Government Expenditure on Healthcare in Turkey in USD Billion and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 28: Number of Medical Tourists and Medical Tourism Revenue in Turkey Projections in USD Million, 2012-2016

Figure 29: Number of Physicians, Nurse and Midwifery Personnel Projections in Turkey, 2012-2016

Figure 30: Number of Hospitals and Hospital Beds Projections in Turkey, 2012-2016

Figure 31: Number of Medical Tourists in Thousands (000's) and Medical Tourism Revenue in USD Million in Israel, 2006-2011

Figure 32: Number of Hospitals in Israel and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 33: Number of Physicians in Israel and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 34: Number of Hospital Beds in Israel and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 35: Number of Nurse Personnel in Israel and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 36: Government Expenditure on Healthcare in Israel in USD Billion and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 37: Number of Medical Tourists in and Medical Tourism Revenue Projections in Israel in USD Million, 2012-2016

Figure 38: Expenditure on Healthcare in Israel in USD Billion, 2012-2016

Figure 39: Number of Medical Tourists and Medical Tourism Revenue in Iran in USD Million, 2006-2011

Figure 40: Healthcare System in Iran

Figure 41: Number of Hospitals in Iran and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 42: Number of Physicians in Iran and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 43: Number of Hospital Beds in Iran and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 44: Number of Nurses and Midwives in Iran and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 45: Government Expenditure on Healthcare in Iran in USD Billion and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 46: Number of Medical Tourists and Medical Tourism Revenue Projections in USD Million in Iran, 2012-2016

Figure 47: Number of Medical Tourists in Thousands (000's) and Medical Tourism Revenue in USD Million in Saudi Arabia, 2006-2011

Figure 48: Number of Hospitals in Saudi Arabia and JCI Certified Hospitals in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 2006-2011

Figure 49: Physician Personnel in Saudi Arabia in Number and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 50: Number of Hospital Beds in Saudi Arabia and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 51: Nurses and Midwives Personnel in Saudi Arabia in Number and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 52: Government Expenditure on Healthcare in USD Billion and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 53: E-Health Service of Saudi Arabia

Figure 54: Medical Tourists in Thousands (000's) and Medical Tourism Revenue in USD Million, 2012-2016

Figure 55: Number of Medical Tourists in UAE, 2006-2011

Figure 56: Number of Hospitals and JCI Certified Hospitals in UAE, 2006-2011

Figure 57: Number of Physicians in UAE and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 58: Number of Hospital Beds and Beds per Hospital Ratio in UAE, 2006-2011

Figure 59: Government Expenditure on Healthcare in UAE in USD Billion and Growth Rate in Percentage (%), 2006-2011

Figure 60: Number of Medical Tourist Arrivals in UAE Projections, 2012-2016

 


List Of Table

Table 1: Middle East Countries Medical Tourists by Jordan, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Israel in Thousands (000's), 2006-2011

Table 2: Middle East Medical Tourism Revenue by Jordan, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Israel and Iran in USD Million, 2006-2011

Table 3: Number of JCI Certified Hospitals in Middle East by Jordan, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Iran and UAE, 2006-2011

Table 4: Medical Treatment Cost Comparison among the US, Columbia, Costa Rica, India, Jordan, Korea, Mexico, Israel and Thailand in USD, 2011

Table 5: Middle East Medical Tourist Arrival Projections by Jordan, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Israel and Iran in Thousands (000's), 2012-2016

Table 6: Middle East Medical Tourism Revenue Projections by Jordan, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Israel and Iran in USD Million, 2012-2016

Table 7: Cause and Effect Relationship Analysis between Industry Factors and Expected Medical Tourism Industry Prospects

Table 8: Middle East Healthcare Expenditure in USD Billion by Turkey, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Israel and Jordan, 2006-2011

Table 9: Medical Tourists Jordan by Nationality, 2011

Table 10: Number of Hospitals in Jordan by Private Sector, Ministry of Health, Royal Medical Services, Jordan University and King Abdullah University, 2006-2011

Table 11: Hospital Utilization by Admission Rate, Average Occupancy Rate and Average Length of Stay in Jordan, 2006-2011

Table 12: Number of Doctors and Dentists in Jordan in 2006-2011

Table 13: Density of Doctors per 10,000 Population in Jordan in Numbers, 2006-2011

Table 14: Nurse Personnel in Jordan by Registered Nurses, Associate Degree Nursing, Assistant Nurses and Midwives in Number, 2006-2011

Table 15: Density of Nurse Personnel per 10,000 People in Jordan by Registered Nurses, Associate Degree Nursing, Assistant Nurses and Midwives in Number, 2006-2011

Table 16: Number of Hospital Beds in Jordan by Ministry of Health, Private Sector, Royal Medical Services, Jordan University and King Abdullah University, ,2006-2011

Table 17: Competitive Landscape of Leading Hospitals (Royal Medical Services, Jordan Hospital, Istishari Hospital) in Jordan

Table 18: Number of Hospitals in Turkey by Ministry of Health, Private Sector, University and Others, 2006-2011

Table 19: Number of Hospital Beds in Turkey by Ministry of Health, University Hospitals, Private Hospitals and Others, 2006-2011

Table 20: Number of Doctors and Dentists in Turkey by Specialist Physicians, General Physicians, Medical Residents and Others, 2006-2011

Table 21: Competitive Landscape of Majors Hospitals (Acibadem, Anadolu, Ankara hospital, Kent Hospital, Bayinder Saglik Grubu, Memorial Hospital and Hisar Hospital) in Turkey

Table 22: Number of Hospitals in Israel by Private and Government Sector, 2006-2011

Table 23: Competitive Landscape of Leading Hospitals (Assuta Hospital, Hadassah, Rambam and Sheba Hospital) Treating International Patients in Israel

Table 24: SWOT Analysis of the Medical Tourism Industry in Iran

Table 25: Health Insurance Law Timeline

Table 26: Number of Physicians on the Basis of Nationality in Saudi Arabia by Saudi Nationals and Non- Saudi Nationals, 2006-2011

Table 27: Number of Hospital Beds by Ministry of Health, Private Sector and Other Government Sector in Saudi Arabia, 2006-2011

Table 28: Nurse and Midwives Personnel by Saudi Nationality and Non-Saudi Nationality in Saudi Arabia in Number, 2006-2011

Table 29: Number of Hospitals by Private and Government Sector in UAE, 2006-2011

Table 30: Number of Physicians by Private and Government Sector in UAE, 2006-2011

Table 31: Number of Physicians on the Basis of Profession by Doctors and Dentists in UAE, 2006-2011

Table 32: Number of Hospital Beds by Government and Private Sector in UAE, 2006-2011

Table 33: Correlation Matrix of the Medical Tourism Industry in Saudi Arabia

Table 34: Regression Coefficients Output for Medical Tourism Industry of Saudi Arabia

 

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