全球長期護理 (LTC) 市場 (2021-2027)
Global Long-Term Care Market 2021-2027
在預測期內，全球長期護理 (LTC) 市場預計將大幅增長 7.2%。人口增長和老齡化是推動全球採用長期護理服務的兩個關鍵因素。根據世界衛生組織（WHO）的數據，按年齡劃分的人口結構是發達國家中老齡化最嚴重的，而老齡化和快速老齡化是新興國家面臨的最大挑戰。因此，到2050年，新興國家老年人口的增長率預計將超過250%，而發達國家為71%。世衛組織表示，隨著人口老齡化，到2030年傳染病和非傳染病將佔疾病負擔的一半以上，低收入國家佔四分之三以上，中等收入國家佔四分之一以上。預計會更多。
低度持續性炎症常導致某些器官的退化，主要見於老年人。因此，家庭護理人員和醫療保健專業人員參與對慢性病患者的持續監測非常重要。與年輕人相比，老年人的炎症細胞因子水平始終較高，尤其是白細胞介素-6（IL-6）和腫瘤壞死因子-alpha（TNF-alpha），並因肌肉萎縮和 DNA 損傷而癌變。因此，更需要家庭和醫療保健專業人員來照顧這些患者。在中國、印度等世界主要國家，隨著老年人口的增長，中央政府近期出台了一系列政策措施，為城鄉提供綜合服務，個人、家庭、社區、長期養老機構等提供進一步資金支持。因此，隨著老年人口的增長，預計未來幾年長期護理市場將快速增長。
長期護理市場根據服務類型和護理點進行分類。根據服務類型，市場分為醫療服務（內部治療、熟練護士等）和生命支持服務。根據護理點，市場分為家庭護理和醫院（康復中心）。在服務類型中，內部治療部門預計將佔據長期護理市場的很大份額。內部治療提供個性化的支持服務，以幫助需要日常生活活動 (ADL) 的人留在家中。內部治療包括每小時、同住和配偶等服務。家庭代理在其居住地提供類似的家庭護理作為每小時服務。
從地區來看，長期護理市場分為北美、歐洲、亞太等地區。到 2020 年，北美預計將引領市場份額，因為大多數主要的長期護理服務提供商都位於北美。在美國，平價醫療法案 (ACA) 提供了廣泛的改革，包括責任醫療組織 (ACO)、捆綁支付、基於價值的採購、初級保健計劃以及其他支付和服務提供模式。該項目已經獲得批准，這對於日本的長期護理服務也很有用。
本報告調查了全球長期護理 (LTC) 市場，概述了市場，分析了市場增長和障礙、市場機會、服務類型、護理點和區域市場規模趨勢。它提供了系統信息例如預測、競爭條件和主要公司的簡介。
Full-title:Global Long-Term Care Market Size, Share & Trends Analysis Report by Service Type (Medical Services (In-house Therapy, Skilled Nursing, and Others) and Assisted Living Services) and by Point of Care (Homecare and Hospitals (Rehabilitation Center) Forecast Period (2021-2027).
The global long-term care market is anticipated to grow at a significant growth rate of 7.2% during the forecast period. The population growth and aging are two significant factors contributing to the long-term care services adoption across the globe. As per the World Health Organization (WHO), more developed countries have the oldest population profiles by age, however, the older people and rapidly aging population are largest in the emerging markets. With that, the increase in older population level in the emerging markets, by 2050, is expected to be more than 250%, when compared to the 71% increase in the developed countries. With the rise in aging population, communicable and non-communicable diseases are expected to account for more than half of the disease burden in the low-income countries, and more than three-fourths in middle-income countries, by 2030, as per the WHO.
The low-grade persistent inflammation, which often leads to degeneration of several organs, is seen majorly in older age groups. Therefore, it becomes important for family caregivers and healthcare providers to be involved in a consistent monitoring of patients having chronic diseases. In comparison to young individuals, the aged population have consistently elevated levels of inflammatory cytokines, especially interleukin-6 (IL-6) and tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha), which often lead to muscle atrophy and cancer through DNA damage. This demands more care of these patients at the family level and by the healthcare providers. With the growth of geriatric population levels in the major populous countries of the world, like China and India, the central governments in these countries have issued a series of policies and measures in recent years to offer a comprehensive range of services in both rural and urban areas, which are further financially supported by individuals, families, communities, and care institutions. Thus, with the rising geriatric population, the market for long-term care is set to grow exponentially, in the next few years.
The long-term care market is segmented based on the service type and point of care. Based on service type, the market is sub-segmented into medical services (in-house therapy, skilled nursing, and others) and assisted living services. Based on point of care, the market is categorized into homecare and hospitals (rehabilitation center). Among service type, in-house therapy segment is expected to hold a major share in the long-term care market. In-house therapy provides personal assistance services that help people stay in their homes when they need assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADL). In-house therapy services include hourly, live-In and spousal. In-home agency also provides similar in-home care hourly services at individual's place of residence.
Geographically, the long-term care market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and the Rest of the World. In 2020, North America is expected to lead the market value share as the region is home to most of the major long-term care service providers. In the US, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has authorized a broad range of reform projects, including accountable care organizations (ACOs), bundled payments, value-based purchasing, primary care initiatives, and other payment and service delivery models, which also help in long-term care services across the country.
The market study of the global long-term care market is incorporated by extensive primary and secondary research conducted by the research team at OMR. Secondary research has been conducted to refine the available data to breakdown the market in various segments, derive total market size, market forecast, and growth rate. Different approaches have been worked on to derive the market value and market growth rate. Our team collects facts and data related to the market from different geography to provide a better regional outlook. In the report, the country-level analysis is provided by analyzing various regional players, regional tax laws and policies, consumer behavior and macro-economic factors. Numbers extracted from secondary research have been authenticated by conducting proper primary research. It includes tracking down key people from the industry and interviewing them to validate the data. This enables our analyst to derive the closest possible figures without any major deviations in the actual number. Our analysts try to contact as many executives, managers, key opinion leaders, and industry experts. Primary research brings authenticity in our reports.
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