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市場調查報告書

美國的老年人照護服務市場

Elder Care Services (US Market & Forecast)

出版商 Freedonia Group 商品編碼 62167
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 306 Pages
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美國的老年人照護服務市場 Elder Care Services (US Market & Forecast)
出版日期: 2015年01月21日 內容資訊: 英文 306 Pages
簡介

美國的老年人照護服務的收益2013年達到了2,750億美元。該市場今後,預計隨嬰兒潮世代引退,與壽命的成長,促進到2018年的需求。

本報告提供美國的老年人照護服務的需求現況及預測之各服務類型、供應商、財源、各地區加以調查分析、市場影響因素、產業結構、市場佔有率、競爭策略、M&A趨勢、企業合作趨勢、主要企業簡介等也彙整。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 市場環境

  • 概要
  • 人口趨勢
  • 宏觀經濟預測
  • 消費者支出趨勢
  • 建築工程趨勢
  • 公司所在地趨勢
  • 服務部門預測
  • 醫療趨勢
  • 法規環境
  • 全球市場

第3章 各服務形式市場

  • 概要
  • 專門護理、看護設施
    • 概要
    • 供應商
    • 財源
  • 居家醫療服務
  • 社會服務
  • 繼續護理、看護老人專用社群
  • 生活支援設施

第4章 服務供應商

  • 概要
  • 營利
  • 非營利

第5章 財源

  • 概要
  • Medicaid
  • 現金付款
  • Medicare
  • 個人保險
  • 其他

第6章 地區市場

  • 概要
  • 65歲以上的人口
  • GDP
  • 老年人照護服務

第7章 產業結構

  • 概要
  • 產業結構
  • 市場佔有率
  • 競爭策略
  • 行銷
  • M&A
  • 企業合作
  • 企業簡介

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Product Code: 3214

US demand to be driven by demographic changes

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Through 2018, growth in US elder care service revenues will be stimulated by demographic changes, especially by the large "baby boom" generation entering retirement years and longer life expectancies. Both of these trends will contribute to the rising size of the older population. Growth in elder care services will be further spurred by modified regulations, as improved coverage of these services, especially through Medicare, allows for greater flexibility and more choices for patients. Elder care service providers compete functionally with informal caregivers, typically family members; however, a growing number of older adults either do not have family members who are able to care for them or simply prefer using professional care.


Home healthcare will be fastest growing segment

In 2013, skilled nursing facilities, with 45 percent of the total, accounted for the largest share of elder care service revenue. However, home healthcare is projected to exhibit faster growth. Advances will be driven by the shift in preference among the older population to age in place, remaining in their homes as long as possible, as well as by regulatory changes that improve coverage of these home-based services. The ability of more seniors to utilize home-based services rather than institutional care will be further aided by advancements in medical technology, such as remote monitoring and a new generation of personal emergency response systems.

Continuing care retirement communities (CCRCs) will also see growth, as housing markets improve and housing values increase, boosting the ability of elderly individuals to raise money for the steep entry fees at CCRCs. More seniors appreciate the less institutional feel and convenience of lifetime care from independent living as opposed to skilled nursing care at a single location.

Social services (e.g., senior centers, adult day care, companion services, non-medical home care or homemaker services, respite care, and group support services) will also see increased demand. Such nonmedical care can postpone or negate the need for more expensive skilled nursing facilities or other institutional care services. The growing availability of home and community based Medicaid waivers will further benefit the market. Assisted living provides similar non-medical care, but in an institutional setting. Government programs will remain leading pay source

Government programs remain the leading payment source for the elder care service

industry, despite efforts to rein in expenditures. In 2013, Medicaid and Medicare combined to account for more than half of payments for elder care services. This dominance makes elder care service industry highly reliant on and reactive to government reimbursements; changes in reimbursement rates, coverage, or eligibility can have a significant impact on the industry.

Out-of-pocket expenditures continue to be essential for continuing care communities and assisted living facilities, as many non-medical care costs are not covered by Medicare or Medicaid. Private insurance usage will see aboveaverage gains in light of both the longterm care insurance industry maturing as more seniors have coverage and consumer concerns over the governments's ability to pay for future elder care needs. Other payment sources include charitable donations, private grants, and other government resources such as the US Veterans' Administration.

Study coverage

This upcoming Freedonia industry study, Elder Care Services, presents historical demand data (2003, 2008, 2013) plus forecasts (2018, 2023) by type, provider (for-profit, nonprofit), payment source (e.g., Medicaid, out-ofpocket, Medicare, private insurance) and US region. The study also considers key market environment factors, evaluates company market share and profiles 39 US industry competitors

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • General
  • Demographic Trends
  • Macroeconomic Outlook
  • Consumer Spending Trends
  • Building Construction Trends
  • Business Establishment Trends
  • Service Sector Outlook
  • Healthcare Trends
    • National Health Expenditures
    • Medical Conditions
      • Chronic Conditions
      • Acute Conditions
  • Regulatory Environment
  • World Markets

III. SERVICES

  • General
  • Skilled Nursing Care Facilities
    • Overview
      • Employees
      • Regulations
    • Providers
    • Payment Sources
  • Home Healthcare Services
    • Overview
      • Employees
      • Regulation
      • Personal Emergency Response Services
    • Providers
    • Payment Sources
    • Private Insurance Payments for Elder Care Services
    • Other
  • Social Services
    • Overview
      • Adult Day Care
      • Non-Medical Home Care
      • Other Services
      • Employees
    • Providers
    • Payment Sources
  • Continuing Care Retirement Communities
    • Overview
    • Providers
    • Payment Sources
  • Assisted Living Facilities
    • Overview
    • Employees
    • Regulations
    • Providers
    • Payment Sources

IV. SERVICE PROVIDERS

  • General
  • For-Profit
  • Nonprofit

V. PAYMENT SOURCES

  • General
  • Medicaid
    • Overview
    • Medicaid Payments for Elder Care Services
  • Medicare
    • Overview
    • Medicare Payments for Elder Care Services
  • Out-of-Pocket
  • Private Insurance
    • Overview
    • Long-Term Care Insurance

VI. REGIONAL MARKETS

  • General
  • Regional Population Aged 65 & Over
  • Regional GDP
  • Elder Care Services by Region
    • Northeast
      • New England
      • Middle Atlantic
    • Midwest
      • East North Central
      • West North Central
    • South
      • South Atlantic
      • East South Central
      • West South Central
    • West
      • Mountain
      • Pacific

VII. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • General
  • Industry Composition
  • Market Share
  • Competitive Strategies
  • Marketing
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Cooperative Agreements

Company Profiles

  • ADT Corporation
  • Adult Day Care Group
  • Advocat, see Diversicare Healthcare Services
  • Aegis Therapies, see GGNSC Holdings
  • Amedisys Incorporated
  • AseraCare, see GGNSC Holdings
  • Assisted Living Concepts, see Enlivant
  • Atria Senior Living Group Incorporated
  • Bayada Home Healthcare
  • Brookdale Senior Living Incorporated
  • Capital Senior Living Corporation
  • CareSouth Health System Incorporated
  • Catholic Health Initiatives
  • Centerre Healthcare, see Kindred Healthcare
  • Chemed Corporation
  • CK Franchising, see Sodexo
  • Comfort Keepers, see Sodexo
  • Compassionate Care Hospice LLC
  • Covenant Care Incorporated
  • Diversicare Healthcare Services Incorporated
  • Emeritus, see Brookdale Senior Living
  • Encompass Home Health Incorporated
  • Encore Senior Living, see LCS
  • Enlivant
  • Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society
  • Extendicare Incorporated
  • Family Matters, see Senior Care Centers of America
  • Five Star Quality Care Incorporated
  • Genesis HealthCare Corporation
  • Gentiva Health Services Incorporated
  • GGNSC Holdings LLC
  • Griswold Home Care Incorporated
  • Harden Healthcare Holdings, see Gentiva Health Services
  • HCP Incorporated
  • Holland Health, see Senior Care Centers of America
  • Home Instead Incorporated
  • IntegraCare Holdings, see Kindred Healthcare
  • Interim HealthCare Incorporated
  • Intrepid USA Healthcare Services
  • Kindred Healthcare Incorporated
  • LCS LLCLife Alert Emergency Response Incorporated
  • Life Care Centers of America
  • LivHOME Incorporated
  • Manor Care Incorporated
  • National HealthCare Corporation
  • Nurse On Call, see Brookdale Senior Living
  • Odyssey HealthCare, see Gentiva Health Services
  • Philips Lifeline, see Royal Philips
  • Professional HealthCare, see Kindred Healthcare
  • Royal Philips NV
  • SavaSeniorCare LLC
  • Senior Care Centers of America Incorporated
  • Senior Home Care, see Kindred Healthcare
  • Skilled Healthcare Group Incorporated
  • Sodexo
  • Solari Hospice Care, see Chemed
  • Sunrise Senior Living LLC
  • TherEX, see Kindred Healthcare
  • VITAS Healthcare, see Chemed
  • Wake Forest Baptist Health Care at Home, see Gentiva Health Services
  • Western Reserve Senior Care, see Kindred Healthcare
  • Other Elder Care Companies

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Summary Table

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • 1 Population & Households
  • 2 Macroeconomic Indicators
  • 3 Personal Consumption Expenditures
  • 4 Building Construction Expenditures
  • 5 Business Establishments
  • 6 Services Income
  • 7 National Health Expenditures by Category
  • 8 Chronic Conditions by Type
  • 9 Acute Conditions by Type

SECTION III -- SERVICES

  • 1 Elder Care Service Revenues by Service Type
  • 2 Skilled Nursing Overview
  • 3 Skilled Nursing Care Revenues by Provider Type
  • 4 Skilled Nursing Revenues by Payment Source
  • 5 Home Healthcare Service Overview
  • 6 Personal Emergency Response Service Overview
  • 7 Home Healthcare Revenues by Provider Type
  • 8 Home Healthcare Revenues by Payment Source
  • 9 Social Services Overview
  • 10 Social Service Revenues by Provider Type
  • 11 Social Service Revenues by Payment Source
  • 12 Continuing Care Communities Overview
  • 13 Continuing Care Community Revenues by Provider Type
  • 14 Continuing Care Community Revenues by Payment Source
  • 15 Assisted Living Facilities Overview
  • 16 Assisted Living Facility Revenues by Provider Type
  • 17 Assisted Living Facility Revenues by Payment Source

SECTION IV -- SERVICE PROVIDERS

  • 1 Elder Care Service Revenues by Service Provider
  • 2 For-Profit Elder Care Service Revenues by Service Type
  • 3 Nonprofit Elder Care Service Revenues by Service Type (continued on next page)

SECTION V -- PAYMENT SOURCES

  • 1 Elder Care Service Revenues by Payment Source
  • 2 Selected Medicaid Statistics, 2003-2013
  • 3 Medicaid Payments for Elder Care Services
  • 4 Selected Medicare Statistics, 2003-2013
  • 5 Medicare Payments for Elder Care Services
  • 6 Out-of-Pocket Payments for Elder Care Services
  • 7 Selected Private Insurance Statistics, 2003-2013
  • 8 Private Insurance Payments for Elder Care Services
  • 9 Other Payment Sources for Elder Care Services

SECTION VI -- REGIONAL MARKETS

  • 1 Resident Population 65 Years & Over by Region
  • 2 Regional Gross Domestic Product
  • 3 Elder Care Service Revenues by Region
  • 4 Northeast: Elder Care Service Revenues by Source & Subregion
  • 5 New England: Elder Care Service Revenues by State
  • 6 Middle Atlantic: Elder Care Service Revenues by State
  • 7 Midwest: Elder Care Service Revenues by Source
  • & Subregion
  • 8 East North Central: Elder Care Service Revenues by State
  • 9 West North Central: Elder Care Service Revenues by State
  • 10 South: Elder Care Service Revenues by Source & Subregion
  • 11 South Atlantic: Elder Care Service Revenues by State
  • 12 East South Central: Elder Care Service Revenues by State
  • 13 West South Central: Elder Care Service Revenues by State
  • 14 West: Elder Care Service Revenues by Source & Subregion
  • 15 Mountain: Elder Care Service Revenues by State
  • 16 Pacific: Elder Care Service Revenues by State

SECTION VII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • 1 Elder Care Service Revenues by Company, 2013
  • 2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
  • 3 Selected Cooperative Agreements

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION III -- SERVICES

  • 1 Elder Care Service Revenues by Service Type, 2003-2013
  • 2 Social Service Caregivers, 2013

SECTION IV -- SERVICE PROVIDERS

  • 1 Elder Care Service Revenues by Service Provider, 2003-2023

SECTION V -- PAYMENT SOURCES

  • 1 Elder Care Service Revenues by Payment Source, 2013
  • 2 Medicaid Payments for Elder Care Services, 2003-2023
  • 3 Medicare Payments for Elder Care Services, 2013
  • 4 Out-of-Pocket Payments for Elder Care Services, 2013
  • 5 Private Insurance Payments for Elder Care Services, 2013
  • 6 Other Payments for Elder Care Services, 2013

SECTION VI -- REGIONAL MARKETS

  • 1 Elder Care Service Revenues by Region, 2013

SECTION VII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • 1 Elder Care Service Market Share, 2013
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