Growing Burden of Lifestyle Diseases in Emerging Countries

The Healthcare and Life Sciences Growth Trajectory Beyond BRICS

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While low and middle income group countries are typically characterized by a high burden of communicable diseases, the trend appears to be changing. By 2030, NCDs are expected to account for nearly 55% of the disease burden of these country groups. A growing middle aged population increases the risk of NCDs in the low and middle income country groups, especially Asia, Africa, and parts of Latin America. Growth in burden of NCDs—diabetes and cardiovascular diseases—not only calls for greater healthcare infrastructure and a larger healthcare workforce but also adequate preventive care. The initiatives of the government to develop eHealth in some countries open up avenues for investment in areas, such as tele-medicine, healthcare platforms and application software, and electronic health records.

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Impact of Lifestyle Diseases on Healthcare Markets in Emerging CountriesExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary (continued)Economic Insights: Micro Boom—Definitions and Tie-insEMI—A Journey from Macro to MicroWhat Are Economic Insights-Micro Booms?Economic Insight: Micro Booms—What is the Structured Approach?Introduction—Scope and Research MethodologyIssue-Based Brainstorming About Mega Trends and Emerging MarketsResearch MethodologyResearch Methodology (continued)Business InsightsBusiness InsightsGlobal Disease Burden LandscapeDisease BucketShifting Disease BurdenWhat Caused the Epidemiological Shift in Developing Countries?Non Communicable Diseases—Diseases of AffluenceIncome Induced Risk Factor Growth in Developing countriesGlobal Market for NCDs—Risks and Disease Growth InsightsGrowth InsightsNCDs—Behavioral and Metabolic Risks for Top CountriesGlobal Monitoring Framework by WHOBehavioral Risk Factors—Smoking PrevalenceBehavioral Risk Factors—Alcohol ConsumptionBehavioral Risk Factors—Inadequate Physical ActivityDisease Vulnerability by Demographic Median Age GroupDisease Vulnerability by Demographic Median Age Group (continued)Profit InsightsProfit InsightsHealthcare Expenditure Growth in High NCD-Burdened CountriesCurrent and Mid-term Focus Areas in NCD-Burdened CountriesWhy Invest in Indonesia?Indonesian Healthcare at the Early Stage of GrowthIndonesia—Hospital Distribution by ProvinceIndonesia—Target Cities for Healthcare Infrastructure ExpansionIndonesia—Top Hospitals by CityWhat is Driving the Need for Preventive Care in Mexico?Mexican Healthcare—Challenges and Unmet NeedsMexican Healthcare—Development and OpportunitiesEvolution of EHR in Mexican Public Institutions and Hospitals Mexico—Distribution of HospitalsConclusion and Key TakeawayLegal DisclaimerAppendixImportant DefinitionsImportant Definitions (continued)List of AbbreviationsThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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non?communicable diseases in developing countries
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Release Date : 08-Dec-17

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