A forensic analysis with statistics on national and regional health infrastructure and provision. An essential source of highly detailed business data
Even with Turkey’s significant population growth, this country has transformed its healthcare sector over the past decade. As its economy flourished, there was a huge increase in spending on infrastructure – but is the distribution of this healthcare equal? And what opportunities could this provide for more undeveloped areas?
Any assessment of Turkey must consider the potential variations across Aegean, Central Anatolia, East Marmara, the Eastern Black Sea, Istanbul and the Mediterranean, Middle Eastern Anatolia, Northeast Anatolia Southeast Anatolia, West Marmara, Western Anatolia and the Western Black Sea, as well as down to provincial levels. Geographical diversity will impact on medical services and this report answers those key questions that will arise:
- How is the population distributed? How is healthcare divided?
- Health funding: How is the Government expenditure vs. private expenditure indicated?
- What are the long-term macroeconomic forecasts?
- Which regions are better provided for and which still need investment?
Identifying opportunities in Turkey’s growing health economy requires detailed knowledge of the economic performance and health infrastructure at a regional and province level. Being able to see that in the context of neighboring provinces and the national picture, brings focus to areas of opportunity.
Rich in statistics and charts, this newly updated report from Espicom, Understanding Turkey’s Regional Healthcare Markets is part of a series on major markets; taking you further into understanding the growing regional health environments.
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Turkey has transformed its healthcare sector over the last decade, even as its population has grown significantly. Its economic boom coincided with a massive increase in spending on infrastructure and recruiting a workforce to deliver essential healthcare services. However, sub-nationally, the distribution of benefits has been largely unequal, with densely populated Western Turkey and the area surrounding the capital Ankara experiencing a large increase in infrastructure and medical workers, whereas the east of Turkey has experienced little improvement in all indicators. We expect this trend to continue for the medium term. This report gives a picture of healthcare trends and forecasts within Turkey’s varied regions.