OA10 Health Care Sector Saudi Arabia 2013

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Presentation for Conference Opportunity Arabia 10 in Manchester on October 4th 2013. This presentation outlines the health care sector in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and business opportunities there.

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OA10 Health Care Sector Saudi Arabia 2013

  1. 1. Health Care Sector Saudi Arabia Opportunity Arabia 10 October 4th 2013
  2. 2. Saudi Arabia •Largest health care market in the GCC •Population 28.9 Million (2012 World Bank) •Average life expectancy 75 years
  3. 3. Health Care Sector National Health Care System Government provides health care via several Government agencies: MOH, MODA, NGHA,MOI, MOE (70% of services Primary to Tertiary) Private Sector – growing role (30% of services Primary and Secondary)
  4. 4. Ministry of Health (MOH) Regulation Planning Finance Management
  5. 5. Ministry of Health (MOH) Role Ministry of Health (MOH) 20 MOH Regions Planning and Development of Services Preventative Curative Rehabilitation
  6. 6. Structure of Services •Tier 1 : Primary Health Care (PHC) via network of 1925 medical centres •Tier 2: Referral to Secondary and Tertiary Care Hospitals providing general and specialised care (220 Hospitals)
  7. 7. Governmental Providers: Armed Forces and Security Personnel MODA MOI SANGHA
  8. 8. Governmental Providers: Autonomous Agencies Ministry of Education (students) Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (orphans and mentally retarded) GOSI and GPYW - Sports Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu University Hospitals
  9. 9. Governmental Providers: National Tertiary Referral Centres King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre Riyadh and Jeddah King Khalid Eye Hospital
  10. 10. Private Sector: 30% of healthcare • Small hospitals 50-200 beds and polyclinics • Primary and Secondary Care mainly Out patient services and minor surgery • Variable standards of quality
  11. 11. Health Services MOH 60% MOH KFSHRC NGHA 40% Others MODA Education Private 30%
  12. 12. Government Aims 1. Massive expansion of health care sector including private sector. 2. World class health care facilities for citizens and expatriates 3. Centre for Medical Tourism
  13. 13. Achievements – Health Services 1 1. Primary Care service 2. 500+ Hospitals in public and private sectors.(50- 1000+ beds) 3. New Medical Cities under construction
  14. 14. Achievements – Health Services 2 • Tertiary Care – Organ transplants, 30 operations for conjoined twins • 5 major medical schools and 21 Colleges offering medical training – 18 Government, 3 Private
  15. 15. Achievements - Population 1960 population 3 million, 90% nomadic 2012 population 28 Million, mostly urbanised Doubling of life Expectancy since 1960s Huge reductions in mortality and morbidity rates
  16. 16. Budgetary Allocations % GDP 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 KSA USA Japan China Germany
  17. 17. Challenges: Resources Infrastructure Deficiencies and Human Resources Shortages • Compared to other developed countries there is a shortage of beds, nurses and doctors. • Lowest number of beds, nurses and doctors per head of population in GCC.
  18. 18. Challenges: Rural/ Urban Divide • Medical services concentrated in cities of Riyadh, Jeddah, Al Khobar and Dammam • Delivery of quality services in other cities and rural areas is weak.
  19. 19. Challenges and Opportunities •Demand Drivers for Health Care •Megaprojects and Medical Cities •Private Investment Incentives and Opportunities
  20. 20. Demand Drivers 1 Demographics • Population Growth - 50% of population under age 25 • Population over 60 set to double • Expatriate population not entitled to state medical care
  21. 21. Demand Drivers 2 Diseases • Lifestyle diseases – obesity, diabetes, cardiac diseases , renal diseases • Accidents and Trauma • Cancer • Genetic Disorders
  22. 22. Challenges Infrastructure, Geography, Quality • Inadequate infrastructure • Staff shortages in all disciplines • Rural versus Urban Disparity in resources • Quality of Services – need for standard regulatory framework
  23. 23. Solutions: MOH Medical Cities 6 New Medical Cities • Additional 6200 beds • Highly specialised centres for cancer, organ transplant surgery, eye surgery and cardiac diseases.
  24. 24. Solutions: MOH Hospital Expansion • New hospital construction – major bed expansion in all regions of the country
  25. 25. Solutions: New Clinics • Primary Care - SAR 7 Billion for establishing and funding 2000 Primary Care Services • Rehabilitation Services • Polyclinics
  26. 26. Solutions: MOH Initiatives • Preventative Health Programmes • E Health: Electronic Records and telemedicine • Home Medicine Programme for ambulatory care
  27. 27. Solutions: Private Sector Expansion 2012 -2015 • Mandatory health insurance for expats creates increased demand for private medical care. • Health insurance may be extended to Saudi citizens • Health insurance predicted to grow by 19% by end of 2015
  28. 28. Solutions: Training • Ministry of Education will establish Medical training schools in all 24 Government Universities.
  29. 29. Solutions: Quality Control • Quality Control of Clinical Services • Hospital Accreditation System • Standardisation of Medical Education
  30. 30. Business and Investment Opportunities
  31. 31. Government and Private Government • Hospital megaprojects and construction • E Health Services • Preventative Care and Education • Quality Control and Regulation
  32. 32. Government and Private Private Sector • Private sector contribution in the primary and secondary healthcare markets is heavily concentrated in 3 main provinces: Riyadh, Makkah and the Eastern regions. These make up approximately 66% of the population. • Jazan and Al Jouf regions noted to be short of physicians and beds and require private sector investment. .
  33. 33. Private Sector – Evolving Emerging Evolving Developed
  34. 34. Government and Private Private Sector • Private investments low – just 9 out of 125 new projects • Strategic Initiatives to encourage private investment and reduce public sector burden. .

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