The Global Healthcare Market

The issue of cost on the global healthcare system is at the core of the many concerns — demographic, financial, operational, innovation, and regulation impacts greatly on the global healthcare sector.  Government organisations are also looking beyond their traditional health care models for innovative ways to manage and deliver care in a more effective manner.

The rise of communication technology has enabled the world to become more connected, peoples’ awareness and understanding to developments in healthcare are also increasing and raising expectations worldwide.

In anticipation, the Kare Plus model has been designed specifically to compliantly meet the rapidly changing nursing, medical and healthcare needs of Governments, establishments and individuals in both a financial and innovative capacity. 

$8.7 trillion

Total Global Healthcare spend by 2020

656 million

People over 65 years of age worldwide

10.6%

Global Healthcare spend as a representation of GDP

5.2% 

Increase in global health spend by 2019

Available Territories

South Korea
Australia
New Zealand
India
Hong Kong
Japan