Oceania Healthcare Services Market Report 2017

Oceania Healthcare Services Market Report 2017

  • February 2017 •
  • 111 pages •
  • Report ID: 4773272 •
  • Format: PDF
According to the IMF, Oceania’s total GDP was $1.6 trillion in 2014 accounting for 2.0% of global GDP .
Australia has been implementing various reforms to improve healthcare services access in many parts in the country. For instance, the government provided $20 million during 2015-16 to extend the access to social and mental health services across different communities that did not have any access to mental health programs and services.

New Zealand has developed a healthcare system that focuses on offering quality services through public sector. The Ministry of Health in New Zealand has identified four health-specific areas to improve the overall healthcare services in the country.

Hospitals and outpatient centers are medical facilities that provide diagnostic and medical treatment to patients with a wide range of medical conditions. Outpatient care centers offer medical care or treatment that does not require any overnight stay in a hospital or medical facility.

Shared Medical Appointments was the major trend observed in the hospitals and outpatient centers market as of 2016. The shared medical appointments (SMA) model is a model generally defined as multiple patients being seen as a group by a multi-disciplinary medical care team for follow-up or routine care. It is being adopted by hospitals to create awareness and counsel individual patients dealing with similar medical conditions. The SMA supplements the traditional physician-patient appointment. SMAs provide individual evaluation and disease management for each patient at the same time that they provide counseling to the patient within a group setting. SMAs are currently used to address diabetes, asthma, ulcerative colitis, MS, cancer, HIV, menopause, insomnia and stress.

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