Healthcare market review available

Posted on November 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Laing’s Healthcare Market Review 2005-2006 is now available. This authoritative analysis and commentary covers care of elderly people, mental health services, private primary medical care, medical insurance and private acute healthcare. With accurate, up-to-date facts, figures and comments, this latest edition is an important reference work for organisations and individuals dealing with the expanding healthcare market. The report’s coverage of the elderly people and physically disabled people sphere encompasses market size – residential care and non-residential care, demand and supply for nursing and residential care, sources of finance for long term care, the political and regulatory environment, care home fees and the “fair price” model, industry structure and sources of private capital. Also included is a “Register of Significant Events” which covers acquisitions, disposals and cash calls between January 2000 and August 2005. # Laing’s Healthcare Market Review 2005-2006, priced £315, can be ordered from L

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