“World Congress on Sexual & Reproductive Health and Family Planning” is slated in August 28-29, 2019 at Dubai, UAE.
To expand and amplify the safeguard of diseases which menace feminine health, including STD’s and HIV/AIDS, through including men in activities of detterencing, care and support. The provision of well researched factual data and information relevant to reproductive and maternal health.
The principal element of reproductive health is to grant the amelioration of feminine reproductive health by involving men in health care decisiveness. To nourish the institutional and human wealth potencies of pivotal components comprising health centers, communities, local governments, and men and women involved in reproductive health, focused on improving reproductive and maternal health.
Women’s health market size globally valued at 36.5 bn USD in 2016 and is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 3.9% over the forecast period. With an increase in feminine geriatric patients, unhygienic lifestyle, unfavorable government policies, along with new medications introduction for women are some key factors are responsible for growth.
Women’s health has been increasing globally since the last few years due to increment of menopausal condition. With a fluctuating lifestyles and dietary habits lacking in nutrition are also expected to make a significant contribution to the soaring revenue of the overall market. According to the research report, the global women’s health market was worth US$58.05 billion in 2016 and is expected to exhibit a CAGR of 5.7% between the forecast years of 2017 and 2025.
For the past five years to 2018, the Family Planning and Abortion Clinics industry experienced elevating demand, as an increment in the number of people with health insurance coverage increased the availability of industry services. Far more, growth in disposable income over the five years also elevated revenue from the important portion of patients. From the five years to 2023, industry revenue is projected to grow. Despite the repeal of the individual mandate, which goes into effect in 2019, sustained low unemployment is anticipated to offset any losses in coverage and result in no change in the number of people with private health insurance coverage. Further, over the five years to 2023, an increasing number of individuals are anticipated to gain Medicaid coverage, both in states that are expected to opt into the expansion and in states that have already implemented the Medicaid expansion. Moreover, per capita disposable income will continue to drive revenue growth from patients who pay for services out-of-pocket.
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