Construction of healthcare facilities in Russia and Ukraine 2012
Dallas 7/16/2012 08:46 AM GMT (WooEB)
The healthcare sectors in Russia and Ukraine have fallen victim to decades of neglect in terms of construction of new and modern facilities and renovation of older, but still usable buildings. In response, the governments of both countries are engaged in initiatives to upgrade healthcare services, and this includes current projects and planned construction of new hospitals, clinics and other facilities. Funding solutions for these new projects include both government subsidies and a combination of public and private partnerships (PPPs).
Construction of healthcare facilities in Russia and Ukraine 2012, Development forecasts and planned investments is a unique report published by PMR that equips professionals with the comprehensive base of information needed to evaluate the opportunities available in this expanding market. This publication summarizes the recent changes in funding for new facilities and describes the effects of these shifting conditions on the overall market.
The report offers an introductory review of the Russian and Ukrainian systems of health care, along with reforms currently in place and those planned for the near future. It provides totals of facilities currently in use, and lists new medical sector construction in both countries. Extensive coverage of projects still in the planning stages is supplied, along with a listing of the most recent available funding sources for each country and the average costs for construction of various types of health care facilities according to current pricing structures.
Readers are introduced to the key players involved in the construction of healthcare and medical facilities in these markets via corporate profiles that reflect their size, project capacity and plans for upcoming construction. The report evaluates the current inventories of facilities in Russia and Ukraine in terms of their physical condition, and estimates the investment levels that governments are willing to supply in order to complete their plans for new construction and modernization of hospitals, clinics and other types of venues that provide medical care to their citizenry.
The governmental initiatives themselves are explored, particularly in terms of efforts to attract investment capital to the system from private sources, both foreign and domestic. Current and planned private-public partnerships are described in terms of ownership and operational responsibilities and potential for profit and return on investments.
Over the past two decades, Russia and Ukraine have experienced demographic declines, partially due to declines in the accessibility and quality of healthcare facilities, and consequently, services. As these countries attempt to halt declines and improve conditions, they are creating opportunities for construction companies that specialise in medical and healthcare oriented projects.
This publication is an essential resource for companies that provide construction and renovation services in medical settings, and manufacturers and distributors of medical equipment and building materials and technological solutions. It is also extremely helpful for investors, corporate strategists and those focused on monitoring new projects and gauging demand as well as the progress of healthcare reform in Russia and Ukraine. It is an integral resource for the preparation of in-house analyses and growth projections for the healthcare construction services sectors in these countries.
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