US Healthcare Industry Growing on the back of Healthcare IT Segment

According to our latest research report “US Healthcare Sector Forecast to 2012”, the healthcare industry, in spite of the regressive effects of the recent economic downturn, will grow at a considerably high pace in the coming years. Supported by all the verticals of the industry such as, hospital services and pharmaceuticals, the US Healthcare industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 6% during 2010-2013. Majority of the revolutions in the industry will be brought about by the numerous applications being developed in the Healthcare IT (HIT) segment.

The report projects the main driving factors behind the largest healthcare industry in world through prudent and in-depth analysis of its every aspect. As evident from the recent developments and the steps taken by the US regulatory authorities, the industry is on the path of recovery through regulations for saving operation costs of all the industry verticals. For instance, the industry recognized the uneconomical and cumbersome nature of paper-based health records, which needed to be replaced with a more efficient system. Besides, several other factors have been discussed in detail to provide a comprehensive picture of the industry.

For providing a wholesome picture of the US Healthcare, developments in the hospital sector, pharmaceutical sector, medical device sector, and healthcare insurance sector have been diligently covered in the report. The descriptive analysis in each of the segments provides a detail outlook of the past, current, and expected future patterns in the respective sectors.

Moreover, all the analysis and market projections in our report, “US Healthcare Sector Forecast to 2012”, has been made on the basis of reliable data. Additionally, the report covers the major players in the numerous segments of the healthcare industry. We have also discussed the various regulatory reforms in the industry and their impacts on the future of all the segments comprising the industry. The report would be able to provide the necessary information to the clients, enabling them to understand the progress of the US Healthcare industry.