HBI Infographic of the week

Nordics and UK lead Europe on outpatient surgery

The Nordics and the UK lead the way in shifting hospital care to outpatient and day case treatments while DACH and CEE have a lot of catching up to do. This week's infographic is a redacted version of a larger analysis piece available to subscribers.

How much of Europe’s homecare is ‘grey’?

This week HBI breaks down data from several sources and illustrates the share of informal homecare in European Countries and the UK. It makes clear just how much care at home is being illegally delivered.

Share prices of top listed healthcare groups up 25% since October

The share prices of 14 of the top listed healthcare services groups have increased by 25% on average since the start of October, following a fall of 13% in the first three quarters of 2020. The best-performing shares are hospital and outpatient groups, whilst elderly care companies have done less well. 

European hospital market consolidates

This week's infographic shows how Europe's for-profit hospital market has consolidated in recent years, with several large mergers of national players re-shaping the table of biggest operators.

98% of implant side-effects hit women

Breast implants, non-hormonal IUDs and vaginal mesh caused the highest number of reported side effects of medical implants in 2020 in the Netherlands. Nearly all, 98%, of the reports affected women.

Revenue per bed in rehab markets compared

How do Europe's four big inpatient post-acute/rehabilitation markets compare on average revenues per bed? HBI analysis for an ongoing ratio report reveals all.

8-fold variations in revenue per imaging modality in Europe

Average revenues for an MRI, CT or PET-CT machine in West Europe vary massively, with four-fold differences within markets and seven-to eight-fold between countries. That is according to research for an upcoming HBI Intelligence financial ratio report on imaging and several other sub-sectors. 

Private care home market share varies widely across Europe

Private sector penetration of care home markets varies across Europe. This week's infographic shows how care home ownership divides between the for-profit, non-profit and public sectors in European countries.

Retirement village supply varies widely across Europe

The supply of retirement village housing, sometimes called assisted living, varies widely across western Europe. We go through both demand-side and supply-side causes of this disparity. 

Which European country has the highest AVLOS for dementia and Alzheimer’s?

This week’s infographic illustrates the average length of stay (AVLOS) for patients with dementia or Alzheimer's across Europe and how it has changed since 2010.

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