Report on China Hospital Industry [2015-2018]

Press Release   •   Jan 05, 2016 11:20 IST

Jan., 05, 2016, Mumbai, India: Market Reports on China presents the report, on “Report on China Hospital Industry [2015-2018]”. At present, more investment has gone to specialized hospitals, which have captured long-term attention from social capital, hence a great market demand.

Stimulated by the demand, the number of hospitals in China rose from 21,979 in 2011 to 26,479 at the end of May 2015, an increase of 4,500 in total. Among them, public hospitals showed an overall decline whereas private hospitals increased rapidly. 

During the period from 2011 to late May2015, the number of private hospitals in China advanced 4,713, with the share up from 38.4% to 49.7%. But in point of revenue, China's private hospitals just accounted for 10%.

In terms of medical service, between January and May 2015, China saw 1.2152 billion hospital visits, up 5.4% from a year earlier. Although the number of public hospitals occupied only 50.3% of total hospitals, yet the public hospital visits represented up to 89.1%, which was mainly due to the fact that private hospitals are small in scale and have relatively poor treatment level and lower public awareness.

At present, more investment has gone to specialized hospitals, which have captured long-term attention from social capital, hence a great market demand. As of the end of 2014, the number of specialized hospitals in China were expected to reach 5,449, making up 21.4% of the total. Among them, mental hospitals, maternity hospitals, orthopaedic hospitals, stomatological hospitals, and ophthalmic hospitals constitute the mainstay. Tumor hospitals generated the most revenue while beauty hospitals, ophthalmic hospitals, and stomatological hospitals produced relatively higher profit margin.

In recent years, the State has introduced a series of favorable policies designed to encourage private capital into the hospital industry, thus setting off a wave of social capital inrush to medical service. Currently, many private companies including Aier Eye Hospital Group, TC Medical, Mayinglong Pharm, Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical (Group), Jinling Pharmaceutical Company Limited, and Phoenix Healthcare Group have ventured into the field of medical service. Among them, Aier Eye Hospital Group and Shanghai Fosun Pharmaceutical (Group) achieved good results in business development. In H1 2015, the medical service revenue for the two companies totaled RMB1.175 billion and RMB674.4 million, respectively.

As China's largest ophthalmic medical chain institution, Aier Eye Hospital Group have established more than 100 professional ophthalmic hospitals throughout the country, with over 3 million outpatient visits annually. In the past two years, the company set up four industrial merger & acquisition funds used to invest in grand health industry, in the hope of increasing hospital outlets and achieving industrial expansion.

Fosun Pharma specializes in drug manufacturing and research and development meanwhile operating medical service business. In recent years, through self-building, mergers and acquisitions, joint venturing, and affiliation, the company has made continuous expansion in medical service and seen explosive growth in revenue from this field. In 2011-2014, the companys medical service revenue registered a CAGR of 371.5%. In 2014, the company participated in the privatization of Chindex International, Inc. (Chindex), and upon the completion of the privatization transaction, Fosun Industrial held a 42.927% equity interest and at the same time owned United Family Hospital, a high-end brand for healthcare services under Chindex.

The report highlights the followings:
-Overview of China hospital industry, including number of hospitals, revenue, medical service, competition pattern, summary and forecast, etc.;
-Status quo of specialized hospitals in China, including overall operation, development of specialized hospitals of all sorts, etc.;
-Development prediction of China hospital industry, including the impact of medical insurance system and urbanization on hospital industry, etc.;
-Investment in China hospital industry, including related policies, comparison of public and private hospitals, investment opportunities of social capital, and development model of foreign-funded hospitals, etc.;
-Operation, and medical service business of 16 enterprises venturing into hospital industry.

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