Indonesia Hospital Market Future Outlook to 2022: Ken Research


The report titled “Indonesia Hospital Market Outlook to 2022 – By Public & Private Hospital, By General & Specialty Hospital, By Region” provides information on market size for Indonesia Healthcare and hospital. The report covers hospital market segment by public & private hospitals, by general & specialty hospitals and by region along with competitive landscape of major hospitals including Mitra Keluarga Karyasehat Tbk Pt, Siloam Hospitals, PT Sejahteraraya Anugrahjaya, Sarana Meditama, Rumah Sakit Pondok Indah, Surya Husadha General Hospital, Jakarta Eye Center, Rumah Sakit Dr Oen Surakarta, Pertamedika (Rumah Sakit Pusat Pertamina), Kaish Ibu Hospital, Hermina Hospital Group, Awal Bros Hospital Group and Sari Asih. The report concludes with market projections for future and analyst recommendations highlighting the major opportunities and cautions.

Indonesia Hospital Market Overview

The hospital market in Indonesia forms an important component of the overall healthcare market in Indonesia. Indonesia Hospital Market grew from USD ~ million in the year 2012 to USD ~ million in the year 2017. The number of public hospitals increased from ~ in 2012 to ~ in 2016 and the private hospitals increased from ~ in 2012 to ~ in 2016. The market has been facilitated by increasing prevalence of the severe chronic diseases in Indonesia. Several diseases such as Pneumonia, Multi-bacillary (MB) Leprosy and Diarrhea had increased in the year 2015. The coverage of pneumonia findings in under-fives increased to ~% in 2015 against ~% in the 2014, the proportion of people under MB Leprosy increased to ~% in 2015 against ~% in 2014. Further, the private firms have increased focus on high revenue intensity streams which includes secondary care, tertiary care and quaternary care and comprehensive health screening programs to increase contribution from outpatients.

Indonesia Hospital Market Segmentation

By Public and Private Hospitals: Public hospitals have accounted for ~% of the number of hospitals on account of the increase in the government budget allocation on healthcare. Private hospitals have registered ~% of the total hospitals in Indonesia in 2016 as the demand for modern medicine and specialist services increased in the country.

By General and Specialty Hospitals: General hospitals have accounted for ~% of the total number of hospitals whereas specialty hospitals which include hospitals such as mental hospital, leprosy hospital, eye hospital and others have registered ~% of the total number of hospitals.

By Type of Specialty Hospitals: Mother and children has accounted for ~% of the number of specialty hospitals in 2015 followed by maternity hospitals with ~% and mental hospital with ~% of the share in 2015. Rest of the market includes Eye hospital, leprosy hospital and pulmonary tuberculosis hospital with ~%, ~% and ~% respectively of the total number of specialty hospitals in 2015. Other specialized hospitals have registered ~% of the market share in 2015.

By Region: East Java has gathered ~% of the number of beds in Indonesia in 2016 owning to the high number of disaster in the region followed by Central Java with ~%, West Java with ~%, Jakarta with ~%, North Sumatra with ~%, South Sulawesi with ~%. On the other hand, underdeveloped regions such as North Kalimantan, West Sulawesi and North Maluku have accounted for ~%, ~% and ~% of the number of hospital beds in 2016 respectively.

Indonesia Hospital Market Competition Overview

There are ~ hospitals in Indonesia in 2016 of which ~% are public hospitals and ~% are private hospitals. There are ~ major private hospitals in Indonesia operated by top 10 private participants in 2015. Long waiting queues at public hospitals, quality of service and need for specialist doctors will drive Out-of-pocket patients to these private hospitals by 2019. Major hospitals include Siloam Hospital group, Hermina Hospital Group, Rumah Sakit Mitra, Awal Bros Hospital Group, Sari Asih Group, Ramsay Sime Darby Healthcare and Eka Hospital group. Major competition parameters for private hospitals are facilities, number of beds, number of hospitals, fees, quality of doctors/medical practitioners and specialization.

Indonesia Hospital Market Future Potential

The hospitals market in Indonesia is expected to grow at a five year CAGR of ~% during 2017-2022. The hospital market is expected to rise owing to the government support in the industry which will encourage foreign investment in the sector. More than 35,000 new beds are likely to be added in Indonesia by 2020. Moreover, due to the entry of new participants into the private hospital market and expansion of existing ones, the country is expected to achieve ~ beds per 1,000 people by 2019. The number of hospitals is expected to increase to ~ in 2022 in which ~ are expected to be private and ~ are expected to be public.

Key Topics Covered in the Report:

Hospitals in Jakarta Area

Jakarta Hospital Market

Indonesia Hospital Revenue

Inpatient Revenue Indonesia

Outpatient Revenue Indonesia

Number of Inpatients Indonesia

Number Outpatients Indonesia

Indonesia Private Hospital Market

Hospitals and Clinics Market Indonesia

Hospital Market Indonesia

Siloam Hospital Competitor Indonesia

Hospital Market Trends Indonesia

Number of Public Hospitals Indonesia

Number of Private Hospitals Indonesia

Trends Indonesia Hospital Industry

Challenges Indonesia Hospital Market

Major Hospital Projects in Indonesia

Regulations Indonesia Hospital market

Indonesia Number of General Hospitals

Number of Specialty Hospitals Indonesia

Type of Specialty Hospitals Indonesia

Major Companies Hospitals Market Indonesia

Business Model Indonesia Hospital

Hospital Spending Indonesia

Revenue Streams Hospitals Indonesia

Investment in Hospital Indonesia

Super Specialty Hospital Market Indonesia

General Hospital Valuation Indonesia

Acquisitions Hospital Indonesia

Funding Hospital Indonesia

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