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European Union Cross Border Healthcare Market

Market Insights on European Union Cross Border Healthcare covering sales outlook, demand forecast & up-to-date key trends

European Union Crossborder Healthcare Market segmentation by: type, sector analysis & region - forecast

European Union Cross Border Healthcare Market Outlook – 2022-2032

[250 Pages Report] As per newly released data by Future Market Insights (FMI), the European Union Cross Border Healthcare Market is estimated at US$ 32 Billion in 2022 and is projected to reach US$ 52.12 Billion by 2032, at a CAGR of 5% from 2022 to 2032.

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European Union Cross Border Healthcare Market Estimated Size (2022)

US$ 32 Billion

European Union Cross Border Healthcare Market Projected Size (2032)

US$ 52.12 Billion

European Union Cross Border Healthcare Market Value-based CAGR (2022-2032)

5%

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2017-2021 European Union Cross Border Healthcare Market Outlook Compared to 2022-2032 Forecast

In the EU, cross-border medical treatment is becoming more and more common. Patients who require medical care are increasingly acting as knowledgeable consumers and claiming the right to select their own providers, particularly those located outside of national borders. They are aided and abetted by the Internet and an increase in the number of health professionals with foreign training, and they are frequently inspired by the poor quality of healthcare available in their native countries. Some governments and health insurers even have agreements with foreign healthcare providers or let patients know about them. Doctors and nurses who train, practice, and increasingly collaborate with peers abroad are also considered to be part of cross-border healthcare. Through telemedicine, health services can sometimes travel across borders, or providers might work with funding organizations abroad.

Cross Border Healthcare Market in European Union

Ageing populations and financial constraints are placing stress on Europe's healthcare systems. Because of proximity, the necessity for specialized care, or a lack of resources in the nation of residence, it is often preferable for citizens to receive the healthcare they require in another Member State than in their own. One of the aims of EU health policy and the internal market's principles is to ensure patients' rights to access safe and high-quality healthcare, including across national borders within the EU, and their right to be reimbursed for such healthcare.

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Promoting Healthcare solutions in European countries

The European Commission released its vision for the future deployment of innovative eHealth solutions in the form of the 2012-2020 eHealth Action Plan. This document outlines how the various barriers to the full use of digital solutions in Europe’s healthcare systems can be overcome by focusing on a number of key areas to speed up the process. The 2012-2020 eHealth Action Plan has three main objectives: to save costs, improve healthcare for patients, and give patients more control over their treatment. The plan includes actions that aim to increase cross-border availability and interoperability (including electronic health records and patient summaries), raise digital health literacy among citizens, assess the impact and economic value of eHealth, and develop indicators to gauge its added value and benefit, to name just a few. Click here for a detailed chronological overview.

Country-wise Insight

Evaluating Care Acroos Borders (ECAB)- Influencing Cross Border collaboration between Hospitals

The Evaluating Care Across Borders (ECAB) partners initially looked for hospitals that were cooperating across borders. However, it became apparent that there are very few "pure" instances of hospital-to-hospital collaboration in Europe because organisations that finance healthcare (health insurers, regional health authorities, and/or national health authorities) participate in collaboration when patient mobility is a factor. Therefore, non-hospital actors were added to the study's working definition. The definition aided in ensuring uniformity in the case studies' scope. For ex; Belgium-France, featuring the hospital at Dinant and French healthcare providers; Austria-Germany, involving facilities in Braunau and Simbach.

Cross Border Patient Mobility might uplift the Medical Tourism in European Countries

The availability, price, familiarity, and perceived quality of healthcare are only a few of the factors that may lead individuals to seek treatment in another European nation. The availability of services refers to both the number of services offered, as when delays entice customers to travel, and the nature of the services offered, which may be constrained due to geographical, budgetary, or legal constraints. For instance, patients might need to travel for highly specialized care that is not financially feasible in very small nations or sparsely populated areas, or patients might need to travel for services that are prohibited in the country where they are currently residing, like reproductive health services or end-of-life care.

Malta–UK collaboration promising best healthcare to Patients

The collaboration between Malta and the UK is based on long-standing historical ties between the two nations; many of the Maltese doctors involved have previously studied in the UK and are familiar with its healthcare system. They have also built strong professional ties with British colleagues, which promotes trust and communication. The existence of a single point of contact in Malta and the sharing of pertinent medical data through the physical or electronic exchange of in-depth patient summaries facilitate communication further. In order to maintain an open discourse concerning patients and to keep each other informed of changes, health professionals often communicate by phone or email. Parents of pediatric patients who utilized the programs reported that the UK's consent procedure was explicit and unambiguous, and they perceived a meaningful exchange of information.

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Which is the most preferred healthcare Type in the European Union Cross Border Healthcare Market?

“Medicinal care are the most preferred healthcare type in the European Union Cross Border Healthcare Market”

Other than restoring or preserving health, medical care serves a number of significant purposes. These additional duties include the evaluation and certification of health status, prognostication, isolation of the unwell to prevent illness-related communication, and support for coping with illness-related problems (the caring function). Without the related curing or preventive aim of the care provider, medical treatment with these "Para curative" roles may validly be provided independently. Although these services don't improve one's health in terms of lengthening life expectancy or reducing disability, they do have other positive effects that aren't as easily quantifiable as an improvement in one's own health state. For instance, even if the patient's health status deteriorates due to an incurable illness, caring behaviors may result in satisfaction, comfort, or pleasurable emotional states.

Which Booking Channel is Preferred by the Consumers in the European Union Cross Border Healthcare Market?

“Online booking channels lead the booking channel segmentation”

The majority of booking channels have moved towards online bookings as a result of the internet's widespread accessibility and the online presence of leading businesses in the industry. This increase is related to the ever-increasing accessibility of online channels and the vast array of tour possibilities provided by these platforms. Another important consideration in this scenario is hassle-free operation and the comfort of reserving at your leisure. It is anticipated that the most popular and dominant booking channel will continue to be online. Hospitals are becoming smarter as a result of the deployment of artificial intelligence (AI), the internet of things (IoT), and data management techniques. These solutions speed up accurate and equitable clinical services by improving workflows, staff scheduling, and connected infrastructure, devices, and systems.

What Tour Type is Famous Amongst Tourists in the European Union Cross Border Healthcare Market?

“Packaged Traveler is the most prominent category”

Patients select cross-border medical procedures for a variety of reasons, including the chance to receive treatments that are not offered in their home countries, the lower cost and higher standard of the procedures, and the chance to take a vacation to relax and recover in the destination country. During their medical journey, patients could even spend more time in a hotel than in a hospital. Depending on the treatment, individuals frequently spend a number of nights in the hospital and then recover or do physical rehabilitation in a hotel.

Competitive Landscape

The key players are maintaining the competitive edge in the market by offering all-inclusive packages and growing number of people are choosing to travel for medical purposes, especially to Central and Eastern European nations because of their advanced medical infrastructure and considerable EU funding. They used to draw tourists seeking natural spa and wellness vacations, but now they also draw people seeking quick, affordable, and high-quality medical care.

For Instance:

  • While temporarily residing in a Member State other than the Competent Member State, the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) demonstrates the right to necessary healthcare in kind..

Scope of Report

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Forecast Period

2022-2032

Historical Data Available for

2017-2021

Market Analysis

US$ Billion for Value

Key Regions Covered

Europe

Key Countries Covered

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Spain and Sweden.

Key Segments Covered

Healthcare Type, Booking Channel, Tourist Type, Tour Type, Consumer Orientation, Age Group, and Region

Key Companies Profiled

  • Asklepios Kliniken GmbH
  • Carolina Medical Center
  • Helios berlin Buch
  • Clinic Lemanic
  • Clinique Generale Beaulieu and among others

Report Coverage

Market Forecast, Company Share Analysis, Competition Intelligence, DROT Analysis, Market Dynamics and Challenges, and Strategic Growth Initiatives

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The European Union Cross Border Healthcare Market by Category

By Healthcare Type:

  • Medicinal
  • Curative
  • Palliative
  • Rehabilitative care

By Booking Channel:

  • Phone Booking
  • Online Booking
  • In Person Booking

By Tourist Type:

  • Domestic
  • International

By Tour Type:

  • Independent Traveller
  • Package Traveller
  • Tour Group

By Consumer Orientation:

  • Men
  • Women

By Age Group:

  • 15-25 Years
  • 26-35 Years
  • 36-45 Years
  • 46-55 Years
  • 66-75 Years

Frequently Asked Questions

The European Union Cross Border Healthcare Market is currently valued at US$ 32 Billion in 2022.

The European Union Cross Border Healthcare Market is currently forecasted to grow at a rate of 5% CAGR during the forecast period.

Driving trends in the European Union Cross Border Healthcare Market are the increasing popularity of pop culture, and the ease of travel to such locations.

Leading players operating in the European Union Cross Border Healthcare Market are Asklepios Kliniken GmbH, Carolina Medical Center, Helios berlin Buch, Clinic Lemanic, Clinique Generale Beaulieu and among others.

Table of Content

1. Executive Summary

    1.1. Global Market Outlook

        1.1.1. Who Is Travelling?

        1.1.2. How Much Do They Spend?

        1.1.3. Direct Contribution of Tourism To GDP

        1.1.4. Direct Contribution of Tourism To Employment

    1.2. Tourism Evolution Analysis

    1.3. FMI Analysis and Recommendations

2. Market Introduction

    2.1. Total Spending (US$ Mn) and Forecast (2022-2032)

    2.2. Number of Market (Mn) and Forecast (2022-2032)

    2.3. Total Spending Y-o-Y Growth Projections (2022-2032)

    2.4. Number of Market Y-o-Y Growth Projections

3. Global Tourism Industry Analysis

    3.1. Tourism Industry Overview

        3.1.1. Travel & Tourism Industry Contribution To Global GDP

            3.1.1.1. Business Spending v/s Leisure Spending

            3.1.1.2. Domestic v/s Foreign

            3.1.1.3. Direct, Indirect, and Induced

        3.1.2. Travel Sector Contribution To Global Overall Employment

        3.1.3. Travel & Tourism Growth Rate

        3.1.4. Foreign Visitor Exports As Percentage of Total Exports

        3.1.5. Capital Investment In Travel & Tourism Industry

        3.1.6. Different Components of Travel & Tourism

        3.1.7. Global Tourism Industry Outlook

            3.1.7.1. Cultural Tourism

            3.1.7.2. Culinary Tourism

            3.1.7.3. Eco/Sustainable Tourism

            3.1.7.4. Sports Tourism

            3.1.7.5. Spiritual Tourism

            3.1.7.6. Wellness Tourism

            3.1.7.7. Others

4. Market Dynamics

    4.1. Market Drivers & Opportunities

        4.1.1. The Trend of Cultural Tourism Gives Rise to Visitors in the Market

        4.1.2. Globalization of Content and Ease of Travel Boosting the Market.

        4.1.3. Others (during course study)

5. Market Background

    5.1. Top 10 Market Companies

    5.2. Macro-Economic Factors

        5.2.1. Global GDP Growth Outlook

        5.2.2. Global Industry Value Added

        5.2.3. Global Consumer Spending Outlook

        5.2.4. Global Direct contribution of Travel & Tourism to GDP

        5.2.5. Global Visitor Exports and International Tourist Arrivals

        5.2.6. Capital Investment In Travel & Tourism

        5.2.7. Top Tourism Spending Countries

    5.3. Forecast Factors - Relevance & Impact

6. Categorizing of Market 2021

    6.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    6.2. Current Market Analysis By Healthcare Type (% of Demand)

        6.2.1. Medicinal

        6.2.2. Curative

        6.2.3. Palliative

        6.2.4. Rehabilitative care

    6.3. Current Market Analysis By Booking Channel (% of Demand)

        6.3.1. Phone Booking

        6.3.2. Online Booking

        6.3.3. In Person Booking

    6.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        6.4.1. Domestic

        6.4.2. International

    6.5. Current Market Analysis By Tour Type (% of Demand)

        6.5.1. Independent Traveller

        6.5.2. Tour Group

        6.5.3. Package Traveller

    6.6. Current Market Analysis By Consumer Orientation (% of Demand)

        6.6.1. Men

        6.6.2. Women

    6.7. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        6.7.1. 15-25 Years

        6.7.2. 26-35 Years

        6.7.3. 36-45 Years

        6.7.4. 46-55 Years

        6.7.5. 66-75 Years

    6.8. Current Market Analysis By Region (% of Demand)

        6.8.1. North America

        6.8.2. Latin America

        6.8.3. Europe

        6.8.4. East Asia

        6.8.5. South Asia

        6.8.6. Oceania

        6.8.7. MEA

    6.9. Key Findings, By Each Category

7. Categorizing of Market 2021

    7.1. Introduction/ Key Findings

    7.2. Current Market Analysis By Healthcare Type (% of Demand)

        7.2.1. Medicinal

        7.2.2. Curative

        7.2.3. Palliative

        7.2.4. Rehabilitative care

    7.3. Current Market Analysis By Booking Channel (% of Demand)

        7.3.1. Phone Booking

        7.3.2. Online Booking

        7.3.3. In Person Booking

    7.4. Current Market Analysis By Tourist Type (% of Demand)

        7.4.1. Domestic

        7.4.2. International

    7.5. Current Market Analysis By Tour Type (% of Demand)

        7.5.1. Independent Traveler

        7.5.2. Tour Group

        7.5.3. Package Traveler

    7.6. Current Market Analysis By Consumer Orientation (% of Demand)

        7.6.1. Men

        7.6.2. Women

    7.7. Current Market Analysis By Age Group (% of Demand)

        7.7.1. 15-25 Years

        7.7.2. 26-35 Years

        7.7.3. 36-45 Years

        7.7.4. 46-55 Years

        7.7.5. 66-75 Years

    7.8. Current Market Analysis By Country (% of Demand)

        7.8.1. Austria

        7.8.2. Spain

        7.8.3. Belgium

        7.8.4. Sweden

        7.8.5. France

        7.8.6. Germany

        7.8.7. Greece

        7.8.8. Malta others

    7.9. Key Findings, By Each Category

8. Competition Analysis

    8.1. Competition Dashboard

    8.2. Competition Benchmarking

    8.3. Competition Deep Dive

        8.3.1. Asklepios Kliniken GmbH

            8.3.1.1. Overview

            8.3.1.2. Service Portfolio

            8.3.1.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        8.3.2. Carolina Medical Center

            8.3.2.1. Overview

            8.3.2.2. Service Portfolio

            8.3.2.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        8.3.3. Helios berlin Buch

            8.3.3.1. Overview

            8.3.3.2. Service Portfolio

            8.3.3.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        8.3.4. Clinic Lemanic

            8.3.4.1. Overview

            8.3.4.2. Service Portfolio

            8.3.4.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

        8.3.5. Clinique Generale Beaulieu and among others

            8.3.5.1. Overview

            8.3.5.2. Service Portfolio

            8.3.5.3. Strategy Overview/campaigns

9. Social Media Sentimental Analysis

    9.1. Social Media Platforms Preferred

        9.1.1. Facebook

        9.1.2. YouTube

        9.1.3. Instagram

        9.1.4. Twitter

        9.1.5. LinkedIn

        9.1.6. Pinterest

        9.1.7. Google+

        9.1.8. Others

    9.2. Perceptions on the Proposed Market Tour Package

    9.3. Consumer Perception for Destinations On Social Media Platforms-Positive and Negative Mentions

    9.4. Trending #Hashtags

    9.5. Social Media Platform Mentions (% of Total Mentions)

    9.6. Region-Wise Social Media Mentions (% of Total Mentions)

    9.7. Trending Subject Titles

10. Assumptions and Acronyms Used

11. Research Methodology

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