Africa Healthcare IT Market Overview

africaMany countries in Africa, with much attention to the Sub-Saharan region of Africa, anticipate significant growth in the next few years. With the expansion in two main areas; accelerating economic development and increasing population, the region’s under-resourced healthcare sector continues to receive significant governmental funding and large amounts of external resource financing. This places the sector above a market value of 35 billion USD by 2016, growing at a cumulative average growth rate of about 9.6% between 2012 and 2016.

This report provides an in-depth knowledge, analysis and projections of the healthcare IT market in Africa from 2012 to 2016, in an exploratory attempt to provide good grounds for businesses to invest in the region. It explores the Healthcare Market, IT market and the Healthcare IT market in Africa. Starting from basic demographic indicators and projections, the report makes it way up by painting a crystal clear picture of the market landscape. Several demographic indicators and other health indicators, as well as major private practices are outlined and analyzed.

Based on highly relevant criteria defined, the report narrows on specific regions or countries for further exploration; it dives deeper to reveal a clearer picture of the ICT Market in Africa as well as the healthcare ICT Market the region. An overview of the healthcare sector and key regulators in various selected countries are also given. Vendors Landscape is analyzed based on their strategic plans to venture the region and also an analysis of their strengths and weaknesses as well as opportunities and threats in the market.

A critical look at total allocations to health expenditure and projections to 2016 are made for each of the countries in the Sub-Saharan region; the percentage of public to private health financing; parties financing health and parties buying heath; GDP contribution to health; percentage of government expenditure on health; level of ICT infrastructure; IT accessibility; corruption perception index and implications; state of healthcare ICT and projects ongoing in that respect also elaborated on alongside degree of urbanization and its implications. The combined effect of these alongside governmental policies, vendor strategies, ongoing healthcare projects, conflicts and other challenges, future analysis of the healthcare market and the healthcare ICT market in Africa are made.

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  3. HEALTHCARE ICT MARKET IN GHANA: An Introduction to Healthcare Project Development by Dreamdrive Digital FZE
  4. HEALTHCARE ICT MARKET IN SOUTH AFRICA: An Introduction to Healthcare Project Development by Dreamdrive Digital FZE
  5. HEALTHCARE ICT MARKET IN BOTSWANA: An Introduction to Healthcare Project Development by Dreamdrive Digital FZE
  6. HEALTHCARE ICT MARKET IN TANZANIA: An Introduction to Healthcare Project Development by Dreamdrive Digital FZE
  7. HEALTHCARE ICT MARKET IN ZAMBIA: An Introduction to Healthcare Project Development by Dreamdrive Digital FZE
  8. HEALTHCARE ICT MARKET IN NIGERIA: An Introduction to Healthcare Project Development by Dreamdrive Digital FZE
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