SERVICE PROVISION

Currently, healthcare service provisioning is largely centered on government facilities, with the focus mostly on acute care and the provision of episodic care. Through the transformation occurring in Saudi healthcare however, the Kingdom is seeking to bring care closer to the patient.

To decrease the burden of chronic diseases and to increase life expectancy further, Saudi Arabia will make significant investments in preventative care and wellness ecosystem worth $130 billion in: primary care centers, medical imaging, laboratories, hospitals and hospital commissioning, long-term care, rehabilitation, and home care.


SERVICE PROVISION1 MARKET SIZE

Cumulative government expenditure from 2017-2021
$130 bn


2016
23 bn

2021
28 bn


KEY INFRASTRUCTURE

MoH3 hospital beds in 2016
42,000


Private hospital beds in 2016
17,000


MoH3 primary healthcare centers in 2016
2,300

PSP2 OPPORTUNITIES

  • Primary Care
  • Hospital Commissioning
  • Medical City
  • Rehabilitation
  • Long-Term Care
  • Laboratory
  • Radiology
  • Home Care

1. Assumed to be 90% of the non-product healthcare expenditure (i.e. total healthcare expenditure excluding pharmaceuticals and medical devices)
2. Private Sector Partnership
3. Ministry of Health

Source: BMI, Ministry of Health (MoH)