East African Knee and Hip Replacement Products Markets, Forecast to 2020

Demographic and Economic Changes Spark New, High-Growth Investment Opportunities

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The study analyses the East African joint replacement market to establish the current operating environment and market dynamics. Furthermore, this research service analyses the drivers, restraints, and reimbursement scenario, and scrutinizes relevant upcoming projects. The research methodology of this study is based on primary interviews and secondary sources. The study will provide insights to investors that plan to enter the East African joint replacement market, as well as help existing participants understand the competition and opportunities in the market. The study delivers a list of three, high-potential countries, together with supporting data for market entry consideration.

Table of Contents

1. Methodology
2. List of Abbreviations
3. Executive Summary
Key Findings
Scope
Geographic Scope
Target Respondents
Product
Aim and Objectives
4. Market Analysis—Knee and Hip Replacement Market
Market Overview
5. Drivers and Restraints—Total Knee and Hip Replacement Market
Key Drivers, East Africa, 2016–2020
Demographic changes and prevalence of orthopedic diseases
Increasing ability to pay and rising middle class in East Africa
Rising physician education and training which is the key to market penetration and development especially for medical implants
Key Restraints, East Africa, 2016–2020
Limited Infrastructure and low number of orthopaedic surgeons
Ability to pay and restricted funding and reimbursement for specialised surgical procedures limits the number of procedures
6. Country Selection
Methodology of Selection
Top 3 countries
7. Kenya—Knee and Hip Replacement Market
Macroeconomic Indicators
Country Demographics Analysis
Supply Side Analysis
Key Healthcare Facilities, Joint Replacement Surgeries, Kenya, 2015
Human Resources
Organisations and Committees
The Managed Medical Equipment Services (MES) project
Training Facilities
Current Scenario
Market Size Analysis
Reimbursement and Funding Scenario
Reimbursement
Public Insurance
Private Insurance
Funding
Regulatory Scenario
Local Authorised Representative
Tax and Duty
Strategic Plan for Medical Tourism
Upcoming Projects
Mathari Hospital Renovation Project
Kakamega Hospital Renovation Project
8. Tanzania—Knee and Hip Replacement Market
Macroeconomic Indicators
Country Demographics Analysis
Age-Sex Structure
Supply Side Analysis
Key Healthcare Facilities, Joint Replacement Surgeries, Tanzania, 2014
Human Resources
Organisations and Committees
Training Facilities
Current Scenario
Camps by Foreign Orthopaedic Surgeons
Women Orthopaedist Global Outreach, USA (WOGO)
Surgical Implant Generation Network (SIGN)
SIGN program at the Muhimbili Orthopedic Institute (MOI) in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Children Orthopaedics Education for Developing Nations (COEDN)—September 2015
Penn in Tanzania
Siouxland Tanzania Educational Medical Ministries (STEMM)
Reimbursement and Funding Scenario
Reimbursement
Public Insurance
Private Insurance
Regulatory Scenario
Local Responsible Person
Upcoming Projects
Aga Khan Hospital Renovation Project
Knight Support Services to partner with Aga Khan Hospital
Ilemela District Hospital (IDH)
9. Ethiopia—Knee and Hip Replacement Market
Macroeconomic Indicators
Country Demographics Analysis
Age-Sex Structure
Supply-side Analysis
Key Healthcare Facilities, Joint Replacement Surgeries, Ethiopia, 2014
Human Resources
Organisations and Committees
Market Size Analysis
Training Facilities
COSECSA Oxford Orthopaedic Link (COOL) Hip and Knee Arthroplasty Course
COSECSA Oxford Orthopaedic Link (COOL) Paediatrics Course
Reimbursement and Funding Scenario
Social Health Insurance Agency (FSHIA)
Community-based Health Insurance (CBHI)
Regulatory Scenario
Authorised Local Agent
Upcoming Projects
Ethio-American Doctors Group (EADG) Hospital
Wollo Tertiary Health Care and Teaching Hospital
Vision Maternity Care Renovation Project
10. Common Indicators—Kenya, Tanzania, and Ethiopia
Macroeconomic Indicators
Demographic Indicators
Procurement and Distribution Process
Competitive Landscape—East Africa
11. Conclusions and Recommendations
Regulatory and Licensing Structure Comparison
Tax Structure Comparison
Regional Hotspots—Kenya
Nakuru, Kismu, and Eldoret
Nairobi and Kijabe
Mombasa
Regional Hotspots—Tanzania
Arusha and Mwanza
Dar es Salaam
Regional Hotspots—Ethiopia
Gondar and Mekelle
Dar es Salaam, Harari, and Dire Dawa
City-wise Population Growth in East Africa
How Joint Replacement Manufacturers Penetrate East Africa?
Potential Ambassadors or Key Opinion Leaders
Strategic Recommendations
12. Legal Disclaimer
13. Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology

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List of Figures & Charts

1. Research And Consulting Team
2. Project Aim and Objectives
3. Total Knee and Hip Replacement Market: Key Drivers, East Africa, 2016–2020
4. Total Knee and Hip Replacement Market: Key Restraints, East Africa, 2016–2020
5. Top 5 Ranking of Countries Based on Total Weighted Score, East Africa, 2015
6. Demographic and Economic Indicators, Kenya, 2010–2014
7. Total Population by Province, Kenya, 2015
8. Key Healthcare Facilities, Joint Replacement Surgeries, Kenya, 2015
9. Leasing deal, MES, Kenya, 2015
10. Total number of joint replacements per year
11. Cost of a Knee Replacement Surgery in Kenya
12. Cost of a Hip Replacement Surgery in Kenya
13. Total Population by Region, Tanzania, 2014
14. Key Healthcare Facilities, Joint Replacement Surgeries, Tanzania, 2014
15. Cost of a Knee/Hip Replacement Surgery in Tanzania
16. STEMM in Tanzania, 2010
17. Insurance Scheme, Eligibility and Contribution rate
18. Type of tax/duty/profit margin and Tax value (%)
19. Total Population by Province, Ethiopia, 2014
20. Key Healthcare Facilities, Joint Replacement Surgeries, Ethiopia, 2014
21. Cost of a Knee/Hip Replacement Surgery Ethiopia
22. Type of Tax/Duty/Profit Margin and Tax (%)
23. Country and CAGR of GDP, 2013 to 2020 (Expected)
24. Population CAGR by Country, East Africa, 2013–2020
25. Procurement and Distribution Process
26. Hip and Knee Replacement Market: Competitive Landscape, East Africa, 2015
27. Hip and Knee Replacement Market: Regulatory and Licensing Structure Comparison, East Africa, 2015
28. Hip and Knee Replacement Market: Tax Structure Comparison, East Africa, 2015
29. How Joint Replacement Manufacturers Penetrate East Africa?
30. Potential Ambassadors or Key Opinion Leaders
31. Market Challenges and Strategic Recommendations


1. Population Structure, Kenya, 2014
2. Population, Kenya, 2009–2016
3. Youth Population, Kenya, 2014
4. Distribution of Population, Kenya, 2014
5. Population Pyramid
6. The Kenyan Population Pyramid by Healthcare Businesses, Percentage, 2015
7. Orthopaedic Surgeons by Region, Percentage, Kenya, 2014
8. Type of Surgery by requirement, Joint Replacement, Kenya, 2015
9. Type of Surgery by body site, Joint Replacement, Kenya, 2015
10. Type of Surgery by Requirement, Joint Replacement, Tanzania, 2014
11. Structure of the Total Urban and Rural Population by Age and Sex, Tanzania, 2014
12. Structure of the Total Urban and Rural Population by Age and Sex, Ethiopia, 2014
13. Type of Surgery by Requirement, Joint Replacement, Ethiopia, 2014
14. Gross Domestic Product, Current Prices, East Africa, 2013–2020E
15. Inflation of Average Consumer Prices, East Africa, 2013–2020
16. Population, East Africa, 2013–2020
17. Population in Fastest Growing Cities, East Africa, 2010-2025



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