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リテールクリニックおよびアージェントケアセンター

The Market For Retail Health Clinics & Urgent Care Centers

発行 MarketData Enterprises, Inc. 商品コード 250790
出版日 ページ情報 英文 132 pages
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リテールクリニックおよびアージェントケアセンター The Market For Retail Health Clinics & Urgent Care Centers
出版日: 2012年09月19日 ページ情報: 英文 132 pages
概要

リテールクリニック(コンビニクリニック)およびアージェントケアセンターは100億米ドル規模のビジネスに成長しています。現在は、9,000以上のアージェントケアセンターと1,400以上のリテールクリニックが存在し、ほんの数年前から大幅に増加しています。これら施設は双方とも救急外来(ER)を訪れるより、はるかにコストが安くなっています。

当レポートは、リテールクリニックおよびアージェントケア市場について調査し、市場収益/成長率、コンペティターのプロファイル/ランキング、主な市場動向と課題、患者需要と人口統計、操業率、免許下付、技術投資などについて分析しており、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

イントロダクション:調査範囲・情報ソース・調査手法

エグゼクティブ概要:主要調査結果

患者需要の要因

  • 消費者がリテールクリニックを利用する理由についての議論
  • Rand Corp. およびDeloitte Center for Health Solutions surveys の調査結果
  • 標準的な患者数
  • 地域医療MD/医師のアクセス不足に関する議論:理由、メディカルスクール卒業生数、平均支払い水準、リテールクリニックサイトの見込み数が平均を超える州・都市
  • 救急科の動向・患者の特徴
  • リテールクリニックが治療する病気

リテールクリニック市場の性質

  • 「コンビニケア」に対する消費者の需要
  • 投資の可能性、関心:非公開投資会社別
  • 操業:標準的なクリニックの規模、立ち上げ費用、スタッフの配置、開業時間、季節性
  • 救急外来(ER)受診とのコスト/料金の比較
  • 免許下付(開業認可)・規制

リテールクリニックの操業

  • サマリー・議論:クリニック数、取扱い件数、規模、料金、保険適用範囲
  • 技術動向:その他のヘルスケアプロバイダーとの連携/コミュニケーション
  • クリニックの地域別分布:州、都市およびリテールサイトの種類別
  • クリニックの所有者:小売りチェーン、医師グループ、病院チェーン
  • クリニックへすぐにアクセスできる人口の割合:議論

リテールクリニック市場規模・成長・予測

  • データソース、制限の議論:全国のクリニック数、成長率
  • Deloitteの調査結果:受診患者数比較
  • American Telemedicine Association の確認による技術動向
  • リテールクリニック数:実績と予測、市場データ予測
  • 市場規模予測・手法/論拠
  • 予測
  • 予測:今後4年間の成長影響因子、the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Actによる影響の可能性

リテールクリニックの主要コンペティター

  • 企業の住所、概要、歴史、サイト数、提供サービス、近年の開発、合併、など

アージェントケアセンター市場の性質

  • 市場の性質と定義、センター数
  • サービスの提供範囲
  • スタッフ配置、設備設計、規模、立ち上げコスト
  • センター数の議論

アージェントケアセンターの操業率・収益性

  • Urgent Care Assn. Benchmarking Studyの調査結果:成長率、所有、週当たりの受診患者数、患者の待ち時間、支払い方法、操業年数、プロバイダーのタイプ
  • 収益性
  • ケアへのアクセス動向
  • 救急科受診患者数、アージェントケア受診者のコスト、定員、アージェントケアセンターの将来の役割に関するCSDデータ

アージェントケア市場の規模・成長予測

  • アージェントケアセンター数・さまざまな予測の議論
  • 市場規模:平均受診患者数、料金、新規vs.成熟センターミックスに基づく市場データ予測
  • 市場予測:Affordable Care Actの通過、取扱い数・センター数の増加、その他の要因に基づく予測

アージェントケアセンターの主要コンペティター

  • 企業の住所、概要、歴史、サイト数、提供サービス、近年の開発、合併、など

産業情報ソースの参照ディレクトリ

  • 名称/住所/電話番号/主な連絡先:貿易不ループ、ジャーナル、雑誌、ディレクトリ、専門調査、コンサルタントなど
目次

This groundbreaking new analysis by Marketdata examines the growing $10 billion business of retail health clinics (convenient care clinics) and urgent care centers. These are the clinics that consumers see more and more often in drugstore chains such as CVS, grocery stores, Target and Walmart, that are open 7 days a week with extended hours and no appointment needed. They now do a lot more than flu shots.

As the primary care MD shortage worsens and the Affordable Care Act gets implemented in 2014, these retail health clinics will grow in number and services, and serve the 32 million newly insured plus those consumers seeking more convenience and care for minor ailments on their schedule rather than the doctor's. There are now more than 9,000 urgent care centers and nearly 1,400 retail mini-clinics, up strongly from just several years ago. Both sites are significantly less costly than a visit to the emergency room.

This study examines industry revenues/growth, competitor profiles/rankings, key market trends and issues, patient demand and demographics, extensive operating ratios, licensure, technology, investment, why profits are elusive, etc. Covers national revenues (2000-2011 estimates, 2012, 2013 & 2016 forecasts).

Headwinds have limited retail clinics' success in the past, including the seasonality of the business, resistance from physician groups and vagaries of the private equity funds that have run clinics.

The study contains 17 in-depth profiles of the leading competitors. This report is also sold by single chapters.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Report Scope, Sources of Information, Methodology

Executive Overview - Major Findings

Highlights of all study chapters, nature/description of retail health clinics and urgent care centers, key operating ratios, $ market size/growth (2000-2016 forecast), major trends and factors affecting consumer demand, lists of top competitors, Nurse Practitioners: their role, Physicians Assistants: their role.

Patient Demand Factors

  • Discussion of consumer reasons for using retail health clinics,
  • Findings of Rand Corp. survey and Deloitte Center for Health Solutions surveys
  • Typical patient volume
  • Discussion of shortage of family practice MDs/physician access: reasons, medical school grads, average pay levels, states and cities with above average potential for more retail health clinic sites
  • Emergency department trends and patient characteristics
  • Conditions treated by retail health clinics

Tables:

  • Family Practice, Ranked by Longest Average Wait Time to Shortest Average Wait Time: 2009
  • Emergency Department Visits in the United States, 1997-2007, by Demographic Characteristics and Insurance Status
  • Ten Leading Principal Reasons For Emergency Department Visits, By Patient Age and Sex: United States 2009 - Under Age 15
  • Ten Leading Principal Reasons For Emergency Department Visits, By Patient Age and Sex: United States 2009 - Age 15-64
  • Ten Leading Principal Reasons For Emergency Department Visits, By Patient Age and Sex: United States 2009 - Age 65+
  • Active Primary Care Physicians per 100,000 Population; 2010
  • States & Cities With Above-Average Potential For More Retail Clinics

Nature of the Retail Health Clinics Market

  • Consumer demand for “convenient care”
  • Investment potential, interest by private equity firms
  • Operations: size of typical clinics, start-up costs, staffing, hours, seasonality
  • Cost/fee comparisons to emergency room visits
  • Licensure & Regulation

Retail Health Clinic Operations

  • Summary and discussion: number of clinics, caseloads, size, fees, insurance coverage
  • Technology trends: linkage/communications with other health care providers
  • Geographic distribution of clinics: by state, urban areas, type of retail site
  • Ownership of clinics: retail chains, physician groups, hospital chains
  • Share of the population with quick access to a clinic: discussion

Table:

  • State populations per retail clinic: 2008

Retail Clinics Market Size & Growth, Forecasts

  • Discussion of sources of data, limitations: number of clinics nationwide, growth
  • Findings of Deloitte 2008 study: number of patient visits: 2007 vs. 2009
  • Technology trends identified by the American Telemedicine Association
  • Number of U.S. retail health clinics: 2006 to 2016 forecast, Marketdata estimates
  • Market size estimates and methods/rationale: 2011, 2009, 2010, 2007
  • 2012 & 2013 Forecast
  • 2016 Forecast: factors affecting growth over next 4 years, potential effect of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

Tables:

  • Estimated $ size of the retail convenient clinics market: 2007 to 2016F

The Major Retail Clinic Competitors

(company address, description, history, number of sites, services provided, recent developments, mergers, etc.)

Profiles For:

  • MinuteClinic (CVS)
  • TakeCare (Walgreens)
  • Walmart Clinics
  • Target Clinics
  • The Little Clinic (Kroger)
  • Rite-Aid
  • Safeway
  • RediClinic
  • FastCare
  • Aurora QuickCare

Nature of the Urgent Care Centers Market

  • Market nature and definition, number of centers (Urgent Care Assn., NAFAC)
  • Scope of services provided
  • Staffing and facility design, size, start-up costs
  • Discussion of number of centers: estimates by Urgent Care Assn., Merchant Medicine, Rand Corp., rationale for estimates/past surveys

Tables:

  • Number of urgent care centers in the U.S.: 2000-2016, Marketdata estimates
  • Number of urgent care centers, by state and region (Merchant Medicine estimates)

Urgent Care Center Operating Ratios and Profitablity

  • Results of 2010 Urgent Care Assn. Benchmarking Study: 2008-2010 growth, ownership, patient visits per week, patient wait times, payment methods, years in operation, types of providers
  • Profitability: sample income and expense statement for a typical urgent care center: Marketdata estimate based on Doctor's Express UFOC 2011 document, % of revenues
  • Trends in access to care: discussion of Dept. of Health and Human Services data regarding projected 2020 physician access, emergency department trends/crowding
  • CDC data regarding number of emergency department visits, cost of urgent care visits, capacity, future roles of urgent care centers.

Urgent Care Market Size & Growth Forecasts

  • Discussion of number of urgent care centers and various estimates
  • 2007 market size: Marketdata estimates, based on average number of patient visits, fees, new vs. mature centers mix
  • 2009 market size: Marketdata estimates, based on average number of patient visits, fees, new vs. mature centers mix
  • 2011 market size: Marketdata estimates, based on average number of patient visits, fees, new vs. mature centers mix
  • 2012 market size: Marketdata estimates, based on average number of patient visits, fees, new vs. mature centers mix
  • 2013 to 2106 Forecast: projections based on passage of Affordable Care Act, growth in caseloads and number of centers, other factors

Tables:

  • Number of urgent care centers: 2000-2016, Marketdata estimates
  • Estimated national revenues of U.S. urgent care centers: 2000- 2016F

The Major Urgent Care Competitors

(company address, description, history, number of sites, services provided, recent developments, mergers, etc.)

Summary & discussion

Tables:

  • Number of urgent care centers: 2000-2012
  • The major urgent care chains (number of centers, region and state)
  • Major urgent care center chains, by estimated 2011 revenues
  • The major hospital urgent care operators (number of centers)

Profiles For:

  • Concentra
  • US Healthworks
  • MedExpress
  • Nextcare
  • Doctors Care
  • Doctors Express (Includes gross revenues and expenses by type for 2011, estimated initial investment for a franchise, gross sales/patients/patient visits per day/average revenues per patient visit for 16 centers in select cities)
  • FastMed

Reference Directory of Industry Information Sources

Name/address/phone/key contacts: trade groups, journals, magazines, directories, special surveys, consultants, etc.

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