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Business Plans Handbook

By Richard K. Miller & Associates, Inc.

Providing you with the most recent statistics and data available, 2013-2014 Healthcare Business Market Research Handbook is an in-depth analysis of the $2.8 trillion U.S. healthcare marketplace.

The handbook assesses topics such as quality and patient safety, electronic health records, patient satisfaction, health plan ratings, Medicare and Medicaid, prescription drug use, top issues confronting hospitals.

Use the Healthcare Business Market Research Handbook to expand into new markets, extend existing offerings, and capture new customers with healthcare business and market data including:

  • Demographics of healthcare spending
  • State-by-state breakdown of American's personal health, diseases and treatments
  • Rankings of top hospitals and healthcare providers
  • Statistics on healthcare services and the workforce
  • Data on treatments, including pharmaceuticals, medical devices and gene therapy
  • What kind of complementary and alternative care Americans are using, and how much is being spent on alternative treatments - both in and out of hospitals
  • And much more

Compiling top-line data into a single easy-to-use reference, with information sourced from over 70 professional organizations, federal health agencies, top market analysts, and news sources, The Healthcare Business Market Research Handbook is a strategic business planning resource for executives, retailers, marketers, advertisers, and business consultants.


Published June 2013, 718 pages.

 

Last Updated: September 11, 2013

 

 
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