Poland’s New Business Models in Medical Imaging, Forecast to 2021

Poland’s New Business Models in Medical Imaging, Forecast to 2021

A Change of Course in Polish Healthcare Policy May Disrupt Conventional Public-Private Working Models

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16-Feb-2018
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Research Code: MBF9-01-00-00-00
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This research study focuses on the drive to operationalize capital and service costs favoring non-conventional business models (MES and MVS) in Poland over traditional capital-intensive purchasing and service models. The study also features a detailed elaboration on the legacy of public-private partnerships (PPP), framework agreement case studies, market opportunity, market size and penetration analysis coupled with merger and acquisitions and the competitive landscape, in addition to growth opportunities.

Frost & Sullivan's Definition on MES and MVS for Poland market:
Managed Equipment Services (MES): This is a bundled solution that includes the purchase of new equipment in addition to basic maintenance and support, technology management, planning and potentially a number of more advanced value-adding services. The bundle is usually financed by the customer through operational expenditure and typically extends, at a minimum, throughout the life-cycle of the equipment (7+ years).

Multi-Vendor Services (MVS): This is a vendor-neutral offering combining basic and more advanced services, such as repair and maintenance services in addition to replacement planning (small components in imaging systems) for multi-modality imaging fleet. The MVS does not include purchase of new equipment like in MES. The MVS provider can be the OEM of part of the equipment, or a third-party company, and act as a single source for service, working in line with in-house resources at the imaging provider site.

Key Market Dynamics:
The high cost sensitivity among Poland public healthcare providers and their lasting limited access to capital funding are the key motivation for their consideration to adopt new purchasing and service models for capital imaging equipment.
Recent hospital infrastructure growth in Poland is expected to set high expectations in implementing the public-private partnership (PPP) models in Poland. In line with current global PPP trends, Poland shows a great adaption with PPP models and the recent research sates, by the end of 2016 all hospitals in Poland must be brought in line with European Union (EU) technical and sanitary standards.

Poland is currently undergoing a transition phase due to the structural changes in legislative process to reform its health care system.
The current PIS government has commenced a remodeling platform of the Polish health care delivery system which favors in establishing the national public hospital networks, thereby discarding the previous government’s efforts to privatize the hospitals.

Moving forward, the number of existing and planned public-private partnerships (PPP) for greenfield hospital build may offer a strong basis for new capital purchasing models of imaging technology.Mergers and Acquisition (M&A) activity is allowing certain vendors to scale-up their capabilities and re-position their offerings in the Poland market and to bid competitively for tenders involving fleet-wide and multi-modality management service contracts.

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Table of Contents

Methodology

Methodology (continued)

Geographical Study Scope—Poland

Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Key Findings (continued)

MES and MVS Service Business Model Parameters

Non-Conventional Business Model—Appetite and Adoption in Poland

Medical Imaging MES/MVS Vendor Positioning in Poland

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Frost & Sullivan’s Three Big Predictions

Study Rationale

Study Rationale (continued)

Frost & Sullivan Medical Imaging MES/MVS Study Plan

MES and MVS Business Models—Definitions

MES and MVS Business Models—Description

Market Segmentation by Equipment Tier

MES and MVS Business Model Maturity

Overview of the Polish Healthcare System

Overview of the Polish Healthcare System (continued)

Poland Healthcare Reform—Elimination of the NFZ and a Return to National Budget Funding

Public-Private Legacy Drive Hospital Infrastructure Growth and Future MES & MVS Adoption

Public-Private Legacy as a Basis for Future MES/MVS Adoption

Heightened Healthcare PPP Activity Stokes Interest in Managed Technology Contracts

Upcoming Hospitals Planned through PPP

Outsourcing of Radiology Services in Poland

Ongoing Political Debate Puts Outsourcing Model at Risk

CT and MR Imaging Equipment Infrastructure in Poland

Illustrative List of Active Mid-scale Diagnostic Imaging MVS Contracts

Illustrative List of Active Third-party Extended Warranty Contracts in Diagnostic Imaging

Annual MES and MVS Market Revenue Forecast

Market Revenue Forecast

Medical Imaging MVS Market Opportunity

MES and MVS Market Revenue Breakdown

Key Factors Influencing MES and MVS Market Adoption

Key Factors Influencing MES and MVS Market Adoption (continued)

Key Factors Influencing MES and MVS Market Adoption (continued)

Key Factors Influencing MES and MVS Market Adoption (continued)

Key Factors Influencing MES and MVS Market Adoption (continued)

A Competitive Landscape with Changing Dynamics

Current and Future Landscape Dynamics

Vendor Profile—GE Healthcare

Vendor Profile—MESA, MVS by the Pantheon Group

Mergers & Acquisitions—Pantheon Group-MESA and MVS sp. Z oo

Vendor Profile—Synektik SA

Vendor Positioning of Private Radiology Service Providers in Poland

Poland’s New Medical Imaging Business Model—2016

Growth Opportunity 1—MES and MVS Business Model

Companies to Action—Synektik SA

Frost & Sullivan’s Three Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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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This research study focuses on the drive to operationalize capital and service costs favoring non-conventional business models (MES and MVS) in Poland over traditional capital-intensive purchasing and service models. The study also features a detailed elaboration on the legacy of public-private partnerships (PPP), framework agreement case studies, market opportunity, market size and penetration analysis coupled with merger and acquisitions and the competitive landscape, in addition to growth opportunities. Frost & Sullivan's Definition on MES and MVS for Poland market: Managed Equipment Services (MES): This is a bundled solution that includes the purchase of new equipment in addition to basic maintenance and support, technology management, planning and potentially a number of more advanced value-adding services. The bundle is usually financed by the customer through operational expenditure and typically extends, at a minimum, throughout the life-cycle of the equipment (7+ years). Multi-Vendor Services (MVS): This is a vendor-neutral offering combining basic and more advanced services, such as repair and maintenance services in addition to replacement planning (small components in imaging systems) for multi-modality imaging fleet. The MVS does not include purchase of new equipment like in MES. The MVS provider can be the OEM of part of the equipment, or a third-party company, and act as a single source for service, working in line with in-house resources at the imaging provider site. Key Market Dynamics: The high cost sensitivity among Poland public healthcare providers and their lasting limited access to capital funding are the key motivation for their consideration to adopt new purchasing and service models for capital imaging equipment. Recent hospital infrastructure growth in Poland is expected to set high expectations in implementing the public-private partnership (PPP) models in Poland. In line with current global PPP trends, Poland shows a great adaption
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Author Srikanth Kompalli
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