Key players and growth trends for on-site clinics September 21, 2018
A study recently conducted and released by consulting firm HTF MI shows the predicted increase in on-site clinics globally and identifies nine of the most significant players in the industry. The market research report, Global On-site Preventive Care Market Size, Status and Forecast 2025, “studies the global On-site Preventive Care market size, industry status and forecast, competition landscape and growth opportunity.”
The largest on-site clinic market share in the study’s base year, 2017, was held by Healthcare Solutions Centers, followed closely by OnSite Care. RepuCare and Premise Health rank third and fourth, respectively. Globally, North America was the leader, with a share of 37.0% in the global on-site preventive care market. Western Europe followed closely behind.
Market segment by type was also included in the market study. Acute care accounted for 47% of the global on-site preventive care market share. Chronic disease management was identified as the second type of preventive care most provided in the global on-site market. Employees who are able to visit an on-site clinic for injuries or illnesses without having to leave their workplace are more likely to take advantage of the services provided there.
A research analyst from Future Market Insights states that the on-site market is growing considerably, given the convenience to employees, the “surging instances of chronic disorders among a growing working population,” and the “deepening penetration of various workplace wellness programmes.” FMI adds that “it is most likely that the market for on-site preventive care will experience robust growth in near future.”
Researchers at HTF MI further explain the growth of on-site clinics in terms of benefits for both employer and employee. “The services that are incorporated in on-site preventive care help reduce the risk of future illness among employees, addressing their present concerns, vaccinations, physical routines, screening of health issues such as anxiety, hypertension, etc., and identifying future risks.”