DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Added Private Healthcare Self-Pay UK Market Report: Fourth Edition ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer.
This report provides industry-leading data and analysis on industry growth trends and the overall competitive landscape. For these reasons, the report is required reading for anyone interested in private outpatient and inpatient healthcare. These include UK private healthcare providers, suppliers, consultants, investors and insurers.
After healthy growth bucking the economic trends of 2020-21, the self-pay market continued on its growth trajectory throughout 2021-22, outperforming the market. The main underlying drivers for this have been NHS waiting lists and NHS demand management. Statistics now show that people are increasingly turning to private healthcare providers to access medical care.
This has been aided by the growing awareness of private GPs, consultants and diagnostic services. In addition, patients can access services through technology platforms that bring people into contact with private healthcare for the first time.
Reasons for the growth of the self-pay market
Consumer confidence is key to sustain this market growth through 2022-23. According to the report, the direction of travel is not yet clear. Surveys show that factors such as the increased cost of living and increased spending opportunities may dampen this growth.
The private healthcare sector can also struggle to meet demand due to staffing and resource issues. Nonetheless, confidence remains high that the market will continue to grow at double-digit rates over the next three years.
The effects of Covid-19
The report also focuses on the post-Covid-19 market situation. There is clearly a direct link between the lengthening of NHS waiting lists and people’s appetite to pay for treatment. No one likes unnecessary pain and the push factors can be enough to sustain that growth.
What does the report cover?
market research and analysis
Market insights from leading vendors
Key Provider Programs and Financing Options
The patient perspective
The future of self-pay
Large independent healthcare providers in the sector
Private providers provide information about prices and comparisons
Who is the report for?
C-suite experts for hospitals and clinics
Specialized acute care physicians
Private health insurance groups
Clinical order groups
NHS Foundation Trusts
Central and local government
Main topics covered:
Summary and Highlights
1. Research in context
1.1 Recent trends in private healthcare
1.2 Provider Market Shares
1.3 Recent trends in the insurance market
1.4 Private Practice Fee Income
1.4.1 The regional picture
1.5 Overview of the UK self-pay market
1.6 The Cosmetic Surgery Market
1.6.1 Key Outcomes of Cosmetic Surgery
1.6.2 Growth Drivers of Cosmetic Surgery
1.6.3 Hair Restoration Surgery
1.6.4 International Medical Travel
1.6.5 Cosmetic Surgery Marketing
1.6.7 The sex difference
2.1 The role of private health insurers
2.2 The role of the NHS
2.3 Relocations of large acute care providers and others
2.4 The Role of Third Party Administrators
2.5 The role of finance providers
2.6 Regulation and Oversight
2.6.1 Developments of the care quality commission for free acute hospitals and clinics
220.127.116.11 The CQC and the cosmetics market
18.104.22.168 CQC Review of Cosmetic Vendors 2019
3. Survey and research analysis
3.1 Survey Feedback and Responses: SurveyMonkey
3.1.1 What percentage of your total admissions (inpatient and day patient) are self-payers?
3.1.2 Development of the percentage of self-payer registrations in the last 12 months
3.1.3 Which factors influenced the number of self-pay admissions in the last 12 months?
3.1.4 What are the top five most popular self-pay methods in your organization in terms of volume?
3.1.5 If you offer a fixed price operation, what does the price include?
3.1.6 What percentage of patients have needs or risk factors that cause you to charge something other than the published fixed price?
3.1.7 What impact do you think PHIN had on informing and influencing patient decision-making?
3.1.8 What impact do you think PHIN had on ride quality and treatment outcomes?
3.1.9 How do you think the work of PHIN will affect your business in the future?
3.1.10 What percentage of your marketing budget do you intend to use to promote self-pay operations?
3.1.11 Which of the following marketing and promotional activities are you likely to undertake in the next 12 months when marketing self-pay operations?
3.1.12 In your opinion, which of the following marketing and advertising measures are most successful in attracting self-payers?
Select the three most effective activities:
3.1.13 Prospects for the self-pay market in the next three years
3.1.14 In your opinion, what will be the most important factors that will influence the self-pay market in the next three years?
3.1.15 In which age group do you think there will be the greatest demand or self-payers?
3.2 Research results: Google Trends (UK) research
3.2.1 Cataract surgery
3.2.2 Hip replacement
3.2.3 Knee replacement
3.2.4 Hernia Repair
3.2.5 MRI Scanning
4. Market Insight
4.1 Clinical Drivers
4.2 Private Health Insurance
4.4 The NHS
4.5 The overall economy
4.6 Customer Orientation
4.7 Other Factors
5. Price comparisons
5.1 Prices for self-pay methods
5.1.1 Prostate Surgery
5.1.2 Hip replacement
5.1.3 Shoulder Surgery
5.2 Calculation of percentage difference for average treatment prices
5.3 NHS self-pay pricing
5.4 Prices for Cosmetic Surgery
6. Major vendor programs and funding options
6.1 Comparison of fixed-price models from major providers
6.1.1 Nuffield Health
6.1.2 Circle Health
6.1.3 Spire Healthcare
6.1.4 Ramsay Healthcare
6.2 Third Party Administrators
6.3 Online Third-Party Administrators and Treatment Acquisition Services
6.4 Comparison of the financing models of large providers for self-payers and cosmetic surgeries
7. The patient service
7.1 Perspective of PHIN
8. The future of self-pay
8.1 The Views of Influencers and Opinion Leaders
8.2 New players attracted to the self-pay market
8.2.1 Online and App-based Services
8.2.2 Private GP Services
8.3 The role of clinical innovation
8.4 Demographic Information
8.5 The role of effective marketing and engagement
8.6 Quality as a driver
professional organizations and associations
Large independent healthcare providers
Details on prices and comparisons of private providers
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