Emergency & Other Outpatient Care Centers in Florida
The Emergency & Other Outpatient Care Centers industry in Florida has expanded over the past five years. The main driver of industry growth in Florida is the state's robust elderly population, which requires emergency and outpatient care more often than younger, healthier populations. Over the next five years, the proportion of retirees living in Florida will continue to rise, as both the baby boom generation reaches retirement age and additional elderly individuals relocate to the Sunshine State. However, rising premiums will usher in consecutive years of falling numbers of individuals with private health insurance in Florida as more and more choose to forego insurance payments.
This industry includes establishments with medical staff primarily engaged in providing emergency, general or specialized outpatient care not included in other industries. This industry also includes centers or clinics with a variety of health practitioners, each with different specializations and operating in different industries, who practice in the same establishment.
This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.