Healthcare Infrastructure in Nigeria, Key Opportunities 2017–2020

Healthcare Infrastructure in Nigeria, Key Opportunities 2017–2020

Rapid Urbanization, Growing Disposable Income, and Expanding Health Insurance Coverage Will Raise the Demand for Quality Specialty Care Throughout the Forecast Period

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27-Dec-2017
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Africa
Research Code: MCC5-01-00-00-00
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Nigeria has the largest consumer base in Sub-Saharan region. A larger part of the population living in urban areas is a favorable indicator for market entry. Robust growth of around 7% for the past decade is threatened by macroeconomic challenges, particularly exchange-rate volatility and falling global oil prices that impact public-sector spending. Nigeria is the most populated country in the African continent with a population of approximately 186 million in 2016. The mixture of a large population, a swelling middle class with the capability to pay for services, an increasing demand for specialist facilities, and high-quality care which is evident from the large number of outbound medical tourists from the country. Despite the fact that a vast segment of Nigeria's population utilizes private health services and spends an enormous out-of-pocket share toward health expenditures, a sizable part of it is spent on low-quality services and products. Also, the unavailability of consistent and timely data on the Nigerian health sector for decision making pushes companies intending to invest in Nigeria to conduct a thorough market assessment for the specific products and services they plan to bring in. In order to harness the resources in both the public and the private healthcare sectors in Nigeria, the country has developed a National Policy on public private partnerships for health, aligned with the National Health Policy. The importance of public private partnerships is increasing due to the revitalization of the healthcare industry and the new hospital market, with the government often providing land for the project as well as security for investments. Nigeria suffers a heavy burden of infectious diseases, particularly malaria, and experiences frequent outbreaks of water-borne diseases such as cholera, which in some instances, requires hospitalization. Additionally, Nigeria has been witnessing an increase in the incidence of non-communicable diseases, which often lead to hospitalization if the condition is not well-managed. This increase in incidence of chronic and infectious diseases sets up an immense pressure to diagnose and treat faster and in a cost-effective manner. This makes requires a transformation of the healthcare infrastructure in Nigeria. This research intends to provide a clear indication of the current healthcare landscape in Nigeria as well as the level of development that currently exists in this market. The research service will highlight some key areas for investment in Nigeria, while many industries are still in a latent stage of development. In this way, the research service can begin to answer questions regarding the time horizon for future investment in key supporting industries such as private hospitals, health insurance, and more specialized devices, pharmaceuticals, and healthcare services.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Scope of the Study

Country Overview

Population

Age Structure

Top Causes of Death

Key Health Indicators

Economic Overview

The Federal Ministry of Health—Key Authority Monitoring the Health Services in Nigeria

Healthcare Governance Structure

Health System—Governance and Architecture

Health System—Delivery

Public Health Services Delivery System

Health Expenditure

Health Care Financing

Health Financing Agents in Nigeria

Current Healthcare Infrastructure in Nigeria

Healthcare Facilities—Ownership and Legal Status

Healthcare Facilities—Private

Target Segments of Key Hospitals in Nigeria

Key Participants in the Public Sector

Key Participants in the Private Sector

Healthcare Personnel

Regulatory and Legislative Framework

Regulatory Bodies

Health Insurance

National Health Policy

National Health Policy—Before the Launch of Health Sector Reform Program or HSR (2004–2007)

National Health Policy—Effect of HSR on the National Health System

National Health Information Policy and Strategy

Saving One Million Lives (SOML) Program for Results

Nigeria States Health Investment Project (NSHIP)

National Health ICT Strategic Framework, 2015–2020

Current Focus on Health

Upcoming Project—Public

Upcoming Projects—Greenfield and PPP

Upcoming Project—Private Investment

Healthcare Infrastructure Analysis—Key State: Lagos

Healthcare Infrastructure Analysis—Disease Area

Medical Tourism—Outbound

Medical Tourism—Inbound

Growth Opportunity 1—Medical Tourism from Other West African Countries

Growth Opportunity 2—Specialty Care for NCDs: Diabetes, Eye Care, and Nephrology

Growth Opportunity 3—Rapid Urbanization and Emergence of Middle-income Population

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

The Last Word—Three Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Market Engineering Methodology

List of Figures
  • 1. Total Population, Nigeria, 2016
  • 2. PEST Analysis, Nigeria, 2016
  • 3. Key Health Indicators, Nigeria, 2005–2016
  • 4. Healthcare Governance Structure, Nigeria, 2016
  • 5. Public Healthcare Delivery, Nigeria, 2016
  • 6. Healthcare Infrastructure, Nigeria, 2016
  • 7. Key Hospitals and their Target Segments, Nigeria, 2016
  • 8. Key Participants in the Public Sector, Nigeria, 2016
  • 9. Key Participants in the Private Sector, Nigeria, 2016
  • 10. Doctors and Nurses Population, Nigeria Versus OECD-34, 2016
  • 11. Healthcare System: Structure of Main Regulatory Bodies, Nigeria, 2016
  • 12. Healthcare System: Main Regulatory Bodies, Nigeria, 2016
  • 13. Healthcare Facilities Break-up by Category, Lagos, Nigeria, 2016
  • 14. Private Facilities break-up by Category, Lagos, Nigeria, 2016
  • 15. Major Hospitals for Cancer Care, Nigeria, 2016
  • 16. Major Hospitals for Cardiovascular Care, Nigeria, 2016
List of Charts
  • 1. Historical and Projected Population, Nigeria, 2009–2020
  • 2. Population Split By Gender, Nigeria, 2016
  • 3. Age Profile Population, Nigeria, 2009–2020
  • 4. Causes of Deaths by Disease, Nigeria, 2015
  • 5. GDP and GDP Per Capita, Nigeria, 2009–2015 and 2020
  • 6. GDP Composition by Sector, Nigeria, 2015
  • 7. Per Capita Health Expenditure, Nigeria, 2008–2015
  • 8. Public Versus Private Healthcare Expenditure, Nigeria, 2008–2016
  • 9. Market Share by Subscriber Base for Top Five HMOs, Nigeria, 2014*
  • 10. Health Financing Agents, Nigeria, 2016
  • 11. Healthcare Facilities by Ownership, Nigeria, 2014*
  • 12. Healthcare Facilities by Legal Status, Nigeria, 2014*
  • 13. Private Health Facilities by Region,Nigeria, 2014
  • 14. Health Workforce, Nigeria, 2016
  • 15. Major Diseases That Contribute to Medical Tourism, Nigeria, 2015
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Nigeria has the largest consumer base in Sub-Saharan region. A larger part of the population living in urban areas is a favorable indicator for market entry. Robust growth of around 7% for the past decade is threatened by macroeconomic challenges, particularly exchange-rate volatility and falling global oil prices that impact public-sector spending. Nigeria is the most populated country in the African continent with a population of approximately 186 million in 2016. The mixture of a large population, a swelling middle class with the capability to pay for services, an increasing demand for specialist facilities, and high-quality care which is evident from the large number of outbound medical tourists from the country. Despite the fact that a vast segment of Nigeria's population utilizes private health services and spends an enormous out-of-pocket share toward health expenditures, a sizable part of it is spent on low-quality services and products. Also, the unavailability of consistent and timely data on the Nigerian health sector for decision making pushes companies intending to invest in Nigeria to conduct a thorough market assessment for the specific products and services they plan to bring in. In order to harness the resources in both the public and the private healthcare sectors in Nigeria, the country has developed a National Policy on public private partnerships for health, aligned with the National Health Policy. The importance of public private partnerships is increasing due to the revitalization of the healthcare industry and the new hospital market, with the government often providing land for the project as well as security for investments. Nigeria suffers a heavy burden of infectious diseases, particularly malaria, and experiences frequent outbreaks of water-borne diseases such as cholera, which in some instances, requires hospitalization. Additionally, Nigeria has been witnessing an increase in the incidence of non-communicable diseases, which often lead
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Table of Contents | Executive Dashboard~ || Key Findings ~ || Scope of the Study~ | Country Overview~ || Country Overview~ | Demographics and Disease Burden~ || Population~ || Age Structure~ || Top Causes of Death~ || Key Health Indicators~ | Economic Overview~ || Economic Overview~ | Health System and Delivery~ || The Federal Ministry of Health—Key Authority Monitoring the Health Services in Nigeria ~ || Healthcare Governance Structure~ || Health System—Governance and Architecture~ || Health System—Delivery~ || Public Health Services Delivery System~ | Health Financing and Expenditure~ || Health Expenditure ~ || Health Care Financing~ || Health Financing Agents in Nigeria~ | Healthcare Facilities and Personnel~ || Current Healthcare Infrastructure in Nigeria~ || Healthcare Facilities—Ownership and Legal Status~ || Healthcare Facilities—Private~ || Target Segments of Key Hospitals in Nigeria~ || Key Participants in the Public Sector~ || Key Participants in the Private Sector~ || Healthcare Personnel ~ | Regulatory and Legislative Framework~ || Regulatory and Legislative Framework~ || Regulatory Bodies~ | Health Insurance~ || Health Insurance~ | Health Policy~ || National Health Policy~ || National Health Policy—Before the Launch of Health Sector Reform Program or HSR (2004–2007)~ || National Health Policy—Effect of HSR on the National Health System~ || National Health Information Policy and Strategy~ || Saving One Million Lives (SOML) Program for Results~ || Nigeria States Health Investment Project (NSHIP)~ || National Health ICT Strategic Framework, 2015–2020~ || Current Focus on Health~ | Upcoming Projects~ || Upcoming Project—Public~ || Upcoming Projects—Greenfield and PPP~ || Upcoming Project—Private Investment~ | Healthcare Infrastructure Analysis ~ || Healthcare Infrastructure Analysis—Key State: Lagos~ || Healthcare Infrastructure Analysis—Disease Area~ | Medical Tourism~ || Medical Tourism—Outbound~ || Medical Tourism—Inbound~ | Growth Opportunities~ || Growth Opportunity 1—Medical Tourism from Other West African Countries ~ || Growth Opportunity 2—Specialty Care for NCDs: Diabetes, Eye Care, and Nephrology~ || Growth Opportunity 3—Rapid Urbanization and Emergence of Middle-income Population~ || Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth ~ | The Last Word~ || The Last Word—Three Big Predictions~ || Legal Disclaimer~ | Appendix~ || Market Engineering Methodology~
List of Charts and Figures 1. Total Population, Nigeria, 2016~ 2. PEST Analysis, Nigeria, 2016~ 3. Key Health Indicators, Nigeria, 2005–2016~ 4. Healthcare Governance Structure, Nigeria, 2016~ 5. Public Healthcare Delivery, Nigeria, 2016~ 6. Healthcare Infrastructure, Nigeria, 2016~ 7. Key Hospitals and their Target Segments, Nigeria, 2016~ 8. Key Participants in the Public Sector, Nigeria, 2016~ 9. Key Participants in the Private Sector, Nigeria, 2016~ 10. Doctors and Nurses Population, Nigeria Versus OECD-34, 2016~ 11. Healthcare System: Structure of Main Regulatory Bodies, Nigeria, 2016~ 12. Healthcare System: Main Regulatory Bodies, Nigeria, 2016~ 13. Healthcare Facilities Break-up by Category, Lagos, Nigeria, 2016~ 14. Private Facilities break-up by Category, Lagos, Nigeria, 2016~ 15. Major Hospitals for Cancer Care, Nigeria, 2016~ 16. Major Hospitals for Cardiovascular Care, Nigeria, 2016~| 1. Historical and Projected Population, Nigeria, 2009–2020~ 2. Population Split By Gender, Nigeria, 2016~ 3. Age Profile Population, Nigeria, 2009–2020~ 4. Causes of Deaths by Disease, Nigeria, 2015~ 5. GDP and GDP Per Capita, Nigeria, 2009–2015 and 2020~ 6. GDP Composition by Sector, Nigeria, 2015~ 7. Per Capita Health Expenditure, Nigeria, 2008–2015~ 8. Public Versus Private Healthcare Expenditure, Nigeria, 2008–2016~ 9. Market Share by Subscriber Base for Top Five HMOs, Nigeria, 2014*~ 10. Health Financing Agents, Nigeria, 2016~ 11. Healthcare Facilities by Ownership, Nigeria, 2014*~ 12. Healthcare Facilities by Legal Status, Nigeria, 2014*~ 13. Private Health Facilities by Region,Nigeria, 2014~ 14. Health Workforce, Nigeria, 2016~ 15. Major Diseases That Contribute to Medical Tourism, Nigeria, 2015~
Author Saravanan Thangaraj
Industries Healthcare
WIP Number MCC5-01-00-00-00
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