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The hospital outsourcing market is anticipated to grow at a rapid rate over the forecast timeframe. With reference to revenue, the global hospital outsourcing market to reach USD 267.81 Million in 2019. Furthermore, this market is estimated to account for USD 661.68 Million by 2026 with growth at a CAGR of 10.78%.
Currently, hospital services are considered as a business practice and thus, the medical organizations have started hiring third-party providers outside the firm to execute the tasks and services of the hospitals. From an economical point of view, such outsourcing practices help in saving money as well as are highly efficient. In comparison to the healthcare organization, the third-party providers are well trained in specialized operations and they also provide services at a reasonable cost. Hospital outsourcing helps the medical staff focus on necessary tasks and future approaches. This new business practice is projected to make the hospital revolutionized to meet the evolving business demands and challenges at a feasible price. There will be a huge change in the quality of service in the next few years.
The growing popularity of third-party providers among numerous organizations in terms of providing services at a reasonable cost, high-quality healthcare facilities, and access to diverse services such as research & manufacturing are the primary factors that propel the growth of the global hospital outsourcing market. Additionally, the entire administrative cost and other expenses including clinic renovation, electronic medical records management, and consumer engagement are also lowered for a better patient experience. Hospital outsourcing primarily lowers the error rate which generally occurs at the time of billing of medicines. Also, the expenditure on staff training is also controlled. The growth of the hospital outsourcing market is anticipated to experience growth in the coming years due to high demand for cutting down of cost in healthcare services, rising need for advanced facilities, rising R&D cost, and stringent regulations. Even though the COVID-19 crisis has had a negative impact on the global outsourcing industry the market is projected to grow in the upcoming years. The risks related to changing future strategies, costs, data privacy, IT outsourcing processes, unpredictable outsourcing cost, and fear of losing exposure are likely to restrain the healthcare outsourcing sector. However, the increasing implementation of artificial intelligence and machine learning might help reduce risks and error rates; thereby providing lucrative growth opportunities for the hospital outsourcing market growth in the future.
The global hospital outsourcing market is classified based on hospital type, service type, hospital size, end-user, and region. The hospital outsourcing market is segmented into small & medium hospitals and large hospitals based on the hospital size. The large hospital segment holds the leading share in the global hospital outsourcing market as there are large infrastructure amenities, large patient treatment & holding capacity, and expert doctors for each and every treatment under a single roof. On the basis of service type, the hospital outsourcing market is divided into insurance verification services, information technology services, clinical services, facility management, and security services, catering and cafeteria services, marketing services, transportation services, business and administration services, revenue management services, recruitment services, and others. Of these, the clinical service leads the service type as it cost-friendly helps concentrate on other necessary tasks, and also provides future strategies. From the hospital type segment of the market, public hospitals and private hospitals, the private hospital's segment holds the majority of the shares due to the availability of excellent facilities in the private hospitals as patients have access to more services due to fewer patients. Based on end-user, the market is segregated into General Medical and Surgical Hospitals, Clinics, Specialty Hospitals, Nursing Homes and Assisted Living, Emergency and Other Outpatient Care Centres, and Others. From these, the specialty hospitals hold the leading share as the third-party provides expertise in the particular operations to provide service more effectively than too at a reasonable cost.
The global hospital outsourcing market in terms of regions is segmented into five central regions: Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East and Africa. The huge fan base for service providers in North America has increased the demand for the hospital outsourcing industry in this region. The rising demand for outsourcing in domestic healthcare firms is the major influencer for the healthcare outsourcing industry in the region. Additionally, the use of paperless working processes and increasing inflow of patient data in the developed regions such as the US is encouraging the adoption of hospital outsourcing in healthcare organizations. Majority of the healthcare organizations rely on third-party service providers to handle the massive volume of data. It is the region North America contributes to the highest revenue of hospital outsourcing healthcare.
Some of the competitive players in the hospital outsourcing market include ModivCare Solutions, LLC., Clean Team, Allscripts Healthcare, LLC, ACC Medlink, AdvantEdge Healthcare Solutions., OCS Group Limited, Sodexo, SSR Techvision, Cleaning Services Group, Inc., First Class Valet, Cerner Corporation, Fast Guard Service, Optum, Inc., e-care India, R1 RCM, Inc, ABM, Red Bean Hospitality, Apollo Sindoori, 3M, Grupa Impel, Stathakis, XPressGuards.com, Aramark, Healthcare Resource Group, Inc., Flatworld Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Maxicus, Integrated Medical Transport, The Budd Group, TRIMEDX, and CIRFOOD, among others.
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