• Health

    OBG reviews the government and private health sectors highlighting opportunities for international medical providers to enter local markets. Overall spending, ratios of medical staff, facilities per capita and project spending plans are analysed. Health tourism also comes under scrutiny where relevant.
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El aumento de la demanda de medicamentos en el país y en el extranjero podría conllevar una nueva expansión de la industria farmacéutica de México, incluidos nichos de mercado como el almacenamiento en frío y el transporte.

 

What is required in terms of structure and regulation to improve health care in Kuwait?

 

Across the health care sector, infrastructure projects worth more than KD1.5bn ($5bn) are under way in Kuwait. The government is the largest service provider, currently representing around 90% of the market in terms of hospital bed numbers and facilities, and the state is working in accordance with the national plan to adopt the World Health...

 

Over the last five years Kuwait’s health care industry has gained significant momentum, adequately responding to rapid population growth by simultaneously addressing capacity constraints and improving the quality of health infrastructure.

Dubai is partnering with both private and public sector players to further develop its health care and medical tourism offerings, following strong performance last year.

Chapter | Health from The Report: Kuwait 2017

Over the last five years Kuwait’s health care industry has gained significant momentum, adequately responding to rapid population growth by simultaneously addressing capacity constraints and improving the quality of health infrastructure. Despite the decline in oil prices and a budget deficit of over KD12bn ($39.7bn), health care spending remains a priority for the government. Although the...