Emergency & Other Outpatient Care Centers in New York
The past five years have been strong for the Emergency and Other Outpatient Care Centers industry in New York. New York's aging population and growing insured population have led to increased demand for healthcare services. The industry has also benefited from a move toward outpatient care over inpatient care. While the New York industry is expected to experience steady growth, this growth is not as fast as in the national industry. This is mainly due to limited growth in the number of people with private insurance in New York. Over the next five years, revenue growth is expected to continue at a similar pace. The factors that have driven industry revenue since 2012 are projected to continue, with some small changes. For example, per capita disposable income is expected to rise in New York, allowing more patients to pay out of pocket for services.
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.
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