Moody's: Ageing Population Will Slow Healthcare Growth

An Ageing Population could help solve a problem where $1 trillion spent by Obama accomplished little.

Healthcare is a growing industry but rising budgetary pressures will constricting growth going forward according to a presentation from credit ratings agency Moody’s was published last week.

The report, which considers the growth outlook for key healthcare industry sectors for the next year, notes that the global demand for healthcare products and services will continue to rise as ageing populations in mature markets coupled with improving access to care in emerging markets will drive overall industry spending and average spend per patient. However . . .


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