Romania Pharma and Healthcare Sector Report 2020/2021An EMIS Insights Industry Report
EMIS is an ISI Emerging Markets Group Company Date: May 2020
Available in: English
Healthcare expenditure in Romania has been increasing steadily in recent years (up by 15.6% y/y in 2017), but remains the lowest in the EU28, both in per capita purchasing power and as a share of GDP (5.2% in 2017). An Ageing population and under-development of primary and preventive care have been consistently straining the financing of the public healthcare system. The state remains the major source of funding of healthcare spending (78.7% of the total in 2017), but out-of-pocket payments are on the rise (20.5% share). While most of private spending is on pharmaceuticals, the poor state of public healthcare coupled with improving incomes has boosted demand for private healthcare services. In the pharmaceutical production sector, government policies aimed at alleviating the healthcare deficit have resulted in stagnating profits.
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