Opportunities in the Aged Care Market in Singapore

Opportunities in the Aged Care Market in Singapore

Trends and Attractions for Stakeholders

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16-Oct-2015
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: P8D0-01-00-00-00
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Singapore is facing a rapidly aging population just like Japan and China. This demographic shift has created a number of opportunities for the industry participants to provide products, training, and services to meet the needs of Singapore’s elderly and the healthcare institutions which support them. The increasing number of elderly citizens is expected to drive demand for residential ILTC facilities.
These community and acute care institutions provide service to fragile senior citizens who require care, treatment, supervision, and assistance with their daily activities. To address this, the government is in the process of significantly increasing the number of public nursing homes in Singapore. There has also been a notable increase in the number of beds at existing centers. However, land scarcity and high property costs will make it a challenge to build a significant amount of additional community or residential-based services going forward. The demand for home-based services in Singapore is also expected to rise in coming years, as senior residents prefer to live in their own homes among family members.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Key Findings (continued)

Key Findings (continued)

Demographic Overview

Demographic Overview (continued)

Healthcare Facilities for the Elderly Population

Healthcare Facilities for the Elderly Population (continued)

Aging Population Driving Demand for Healthcare Services

Growing Prevalence of Chronic Disease Among Aging Population

Key Authorities in the Healthcare Sector

Healthcare 2020 Masterplan

Accessibility

Affordability

Quality

Healthy Lifestyle

Healthcare Expenditure

Gross Domestic Product Per Capita

Income Distribution by Household

Healthcare Expenditure

Healthcare Financing System

Private Health Insurance

Main Source of Income

Initiatives for the Aged Care Market

ElderShield

Community Health Assist Scheme (CHAS) and Interim Disability Assistance Programme for the Elderly (IDAPE)

ILTC

ILTC (continued)

Location of ILTC Services in Singapore

Elderly Care Options

List of Companies Associated with Silver Deals

Pioneer Generation Package

Home-based Services

Home-based Services (continued)

Virtual Retirement Villages

Personalized Nursing Homes

Patient Navigators

Key Opportunities for Industry Participants

Healthcare Infrastructure

Location of Medical Cluster Hospitals

Growing Healthcare Capacity

Nursing Homes

Overview of Personalized Nursing Homes

Partnering Singapore in Healthcare Innovation

Home Care

Overview of Major Home Care Institutes

Overview of Major Home Care Institutes (continued)

Telehealth

Telehealth (continued)

Telehealth (continued)

Chronic Disease Management

Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)

eHealth

eHealth (continued)

R&D

Comprehensive Breakdown of the RIE2015 Plan

Medical Devices

Medical Devices (continued)

Overview of MedTech Business Registration Process

Conclusion

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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Singapore is facing a rapidly aging population just like Japan and China. This demographic shift has created a number of opportunities for the industry participants to provide products, training, and services to meet the needs of Singapores elderly and the healthcare institutions which support them. The increasing number of elderly citizens is expected to drive demand for residential ILTC facilities. These community and acute care institutions provide service to fragile senior citizens who require care, treatment, supervision, and assistance with their daily activities. To address this, the government is in the process of significantly increasing the number of public nursing homes in Singapore. There has also been a notable increase in the number of beds at existing centers. However, land scarcity and high property costs will make it a challenge to build a significant amount of additional community or residential-based services going forward. The demand for home-based services in Singapore is also expected to rise in coming years, as senior residents prefer to live in their own homes among family members.
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No Index No
Podcast No
Author Jing Zhong Luk
Industries Healthcare
WIP Number P8D0-01-00-00-00
Keyword 1 Aged Care
Keyword 2 Aged Care in Singapore
Keyword 3 Opportunities in Aged Care
Is Prebook No