Private healthcare market in Poland 2013

Development forecasts for 2013-2015

Poland’s expanding private health care sector is described and analysed in this sixth edition publication, which studies the medical insurance and subscriptions segments of the market while providing informative corporate profiles of market leaders.

 

This report also contains fresh market data and growth forecasts for particular market segments and the whole sector to 2015. 

 

It examines the current and forthcoming regulatory environments in Poland and offers two supplementary Excel files filled with comparative analysis of the offer of private medical providers and insurance companies at the forefront of private healthcare in Poland.

 

Bonus: easy to access Excel files filled with valuable market information

This report contains two Excel databases:

  • Comparison of offer of private health insurers in Poland 2013
  • Comparison of offer of private medical firms in Poland 2013

These data presentations facilitate comparison of medical services offered by private firms in Poland and evaluation of insurance coverage.

Medical services categories include:

  • Primary care physicians
  • Specialists
  • Occupational medicine
  • Laboratory tests
  • Diagnostic imaging
  • Diagnostic testing
  • Ambulatory procedures
  • Pregnancy care
  • Vaccinations
  • Medical transport
  • Emergency services
  • Home visits
  • Dentistry
  • Rehabilitation
  • Hospitalisation
  • One-day surgery
  • Medical helplines.

 

Benefit from specific information about top companies and consumer preferences

  • Private healthcare value data for the period 2009-2015
  • Subscription segment value data for the period 2009-2015
  • The private health insurance segment: value in 2009-2015
  • Analysis of leading private medical providers: financial condition, market share and strategic positions; facilities and hospitals they operate
  • Health insurance policies and insurance providers in Poland
  • Banks and private healthcare services
  • Poland’s private hospitals
  • The private health care preferences of Polish consumers.

 

This report provides answers to essential questions about private healthcare in Poland, such as

  • Which private health insurance and medical services providers are at the forefront of the industry?
  • Which private medical firms are planning the largest expansions? What specific strategies will they use?
  • Which market segment will experience the quickest growth in the near future?
  • What is the total number of current clinics and projected new openings anticipated by leading companies?
  • Which company currently operates the largest amount of clinics?
  • Which private healthcare companies serve the largest subscriber bases?
  • Which companies operate private workplace clinics, and who are their clients?
  • Which health care benefits are most sought after in Poland as part of employment packages?
  • How have recent legal developments changes the private healthcare sector in Poland?
  • Which expected regulatory changes will affect the market most, and in what ways?
  • Are non-public hospitals a popular investment in Poland? What levels will investments reach in the next few years?
  • What percentage of the Polish population frequents non-public healthcare facilities, maintains private health insurance and/or coverage by subscription?
  • Which types of specialised services attract medical tourists to Poland, increasing both demand and growth potential?

 

These exclusive components combine to create a truly comprehensive publication

Professionals searching for a complete picture of the market will appreciate:

  • Analysis from the experienced private healthcare specialists at PMR
  • The most comprehensive market evaluation available for this segment
  • In-depth, reliable forecasts for market growth from 2013-2015
  • Comparative analysis aid provided by bonus Excel documents that contain medical and insurance offerings.

 

Readers will find this publication to be an effective resource when

  • Opening a new enterprise in Poland’s private healthcare sector
  • Building a strategic framework for the future
  • Assessing market progress in this segment
  • Predicting growth in the marketplace
  • Assessing growth possibilities in private healthcare in Poland.

 

This report appeals to the business information needs of a variety of professionals working at

  • Health insurance firms
  • Private medical providers
  • Consulting, research and analysis providers
  • Government, academic and research establishments
  • Trade, commerce and industry groups
  • Banks, brokerage and investment firms.

 

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  1. Methodology p. 11

  2. Executive summary p. 19

  3. Overview of the private healthcare market in Poland p. 25

    1. Key past and future events and trends p.   25
    2. Size of the private healthcare market in 2009-2015 p. 40
  4. Market of private health insurance p. 45

    1. Market overview p. 45
    2. Prospects for development and forecasts for the years 2013-2015 p. 61
    3. Key players p.   66
  5. Market of private medical companies in Poland p. 77

    1. Market overview p. 77
    2. Prospects for development and forecasts for the years 2013-2015 p. 84
    3. Key players p. 86
  6. Medical services offered by banks p. 135

  7. Other non-public healthcare facilities in Poland p. 143

    1. Hospitals p. 143
      1. Number and characteristics of establishments p. 143
      2. Ownership transformation of hospitals p. 148
      3. Establishment of new non-public hospitals p. 150
      4. Comparison of public and non-public hospitals by range of services p. 152
    2. Laboratories p.   157
      1. Segment overview p. 157
      2. Profiles of selected market players p. 160
    3. Dialysis centres p.   165
      1. Segment overview p. 165
      2. Profiles of selected key players p. 167
    4. Dental clinics p. 176
      1. Segment overview p. 176
      2. Selected key players p. 178
    5. Diagnostic imaging facilities p. 180
      1. Segment overview p. 180
      2. Profiles of selected key players p. 183
    6. Emergency medical services p. 195
  8. Medical tourism p. 199

    1. Market value p. 199
    2. Development potential p. 200
    3. Characteristics of medical tourists p. 200
    4. Specialisations p. 202
    5. Facilities p. 202
    6. Prices of services p. 204
    7. Directive on cross-border health care p. 206
  9. Consumer behaviour p. 211

    1. Assessment of health condition p. 211
    2. Evaluation of the healthcare system p. 212
    3. Assessment of access to healthcare services p. 214
    4. Financial barriers in the access to private health care p. 215
    5. Spending on health care p. 217
    6. Use of private and public healthcare systems p. 219
    7. Medical subscription or supplementary insurance p. 224
    8. Attitudes towards medical subscriptions/supplementary health insurance p. 227
    9. Declared payments for medical subscription/supplementary insurance p. 230
    10. Medical assistance p. 231
    11. Evaluation of NFZ’s activity p. 234
    12. Evaluation of inpatient care services p. 234
  10. Legal environment p. 235

    1. Healthcare system reform p. 235
      1. Reform implementation acts p. 236
      2. Institutional changes p. 236
      3. Health needs planning p.   236
      4. Voivodship medical infrastructure planning p.   237
      5. Supplementary health insurance p.   237
      6. Assessment of the reform objectives  p. 238
      7. Draft civic and social reform p. 239
    2. Tax on medical subscriptions p. 239
    3. Value added tax on medical services p. 240
    4. Income tax p. 244
    5. Transparency of NFZ offers p. 244
    6. Regulations concerning hospitals p.   245
  11. Spending on health care      247

    1. Total spending on health care p. 247
    2. Public spending on health care p. 249
    3. Private spending on health care p. 251
      1. Private spending on hospital care p. 252
        1. Spending on rehabilitation and medical treatment p. 253
      2. Private spending on outpatient care p. 254
        1. Spending on dental care services p.   255
        2. Spending on primary medical consultation and diagnostic services p. 255
        3. Spending on specialist outpatient services p.   256
      3. Private spending on auxiliary medical services p. 256
        1. Spending on diagnostic imaging services p. 257
        2. Spending on emergency medical services and medical transport p. 258
        3. Spending on laboratory testing services p. 258
  12. List of graphs p. 259

  13. List of tables p. 267

  14. About PMR p. 271

List of graphs

  1. Structure of private spending on healthcare in Poland (%), 2012       20
  2. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the private healthcare market in Poland, 2009-2015       20
  3. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the private health insurance market in Poland, 2009-2015       22
  4. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the medical subscription market in Poland, 2005-2015       23
  5. Scheme of development of the private healthcare market in Poland       27
  6. Incidence of flu in Poland (million), 2000-April 2013       39
  7. Structure of private spending on healthcare in Poland (%), 2012       41
  8. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the private healthcare market in Poland, 2009-2015       42
  9. CAGR for particular segments of the private healthcare market in Poland, 2013-2015       43
  10. Sections chosen by insurance companies for placing health insurance policies in Poland (%), 2013       46
  11. Profitability of health insurance policies in Poland (%), Q2 2012       46
  12. Share of health insurance premiums in the portfolio of insurance companies in Poland (%), Q2 2012       47
  13. Number of people having supplementary health insurance in Poland (‘000), 2011-2012       47
  14. Number of individual holders of health insurance policies within one insurance company in Poland (%), Q2 2012       48
  15. Number of group holders of health insurance policies within one insurance company in Poland (%), Q2 2012       48
  16. Average annual and monthly premium in the supplementary health insurance segment in Poland (PLN), 2011-2012       49
  17. Limits under health insurance policies in Poland (%), 2013       50
  18. Maximum age of a person entitled to health insurance offered by insurance companies in Poland (%), 2012       51
  19. Rules of cooperation between insurance companies and partner healthcare companies in Poland, 2013       52
  20. Insurers that have concluded partner contracts with public healthcare facilities in Poland, 2013       59
  21. Distribution channels used for selling health insurance in Poland (%), 2013       60
  22. Number of health insurance distribution channels in Poland (%), 2013       60
  23. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the private health insurance market in Poland, 2009-2015       66
  24. Most frequent fringe benefits offered by employers in Poland (%), 2012       81
  25. Most frequent healthcare services offered by employers to senior specialists in Poland (%), 2012       82
  26. Most desired fringe benefits in Poland (%), 2012       82
  27. Value (PLN bn) and change (%) of the medical subscription market in Poland, 2005-2015       86
  28. Revenue of the selected top private medical companies in Poland (PLN m), 2012       87
  29. LUX MED Group’s revenue in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2008-2012       90
  30. Structure of LUX MED Group’s revenue in Poland, by source of funding (%), 2010-2012       90
  31. Medicover Group’s revenue in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2005-2012       94
  32. Centrum Medyczne Damiana’s revenue in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2006-2011       94
  33. Number of Enel-Med’s subscription patients and corporate customers in Poland, 2007-2012       98
  34. Enel-Med’s revenue in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2002-Q1 2013       100
  35. Structure of Enel-Med’s revenue in Poland by medical divisions (%), 2007-2012       101
  36. Revenue change in Enel-Med’s particular segments in Poland, 2012       101
  37. Enel-Med’s revenue from medical subscriptions (PLN m) and change (%) in Poland, Q1 2012 and Q1 2013       102
  38. EMC Instytut Medyczny Group’s revenue in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2005-Q1 2005-Q1 2013       104
  39. Structure of the EMC Instytut Medyczny Group’s revenue in Poland, by source of funding (%), 2010-Q1 2013       105
  40. Falck Medycyna’s revenue and net profit in Poland (PLN m), 2006-2011       108
  41. Value of Falck’s contract with the NFZ in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2007-2013       108
  42. Structure of revenue generated by Falck under the NFZ contract in Poland, by contracted services (%), 2013       109
  43. Value of PCZ Group’s contract with the NFZ in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2007-2013       111
  44. Structure of revenue generated by PCZ Group under the NFZ contract in Poland, by contracted services (%), 2013       111
  45. Scanmed Multimedis Group’s sales structure in Poland (%), by operation area, by value, 2012       117
  46. Scanmed Multimedis Group’s sales structure in Poland (%), by customer, by value, 2012       117
  47. Change in sales of commercial services in Scanmed Multimedis Group in Poland (%), 2010-2012       118
  48. Value of Scanmed’s contract with the NFZ in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2010-2013       118
  49. Structure of revenue generated by Scanmed Group under the NFZ contract in Poland, by contracted services (%), 2013       119
  50. Swissmed Group’s revenue in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2005-2012       123
  51. Swissmed Group’s sales structure in Poland (%), by source of financing, by value,  Q2-Q4 2012       124
  52. Revenue of the Swissmed Group from inpatient and outpatient care in Poland (PLN m), 2005 – Q1-Q3 2012       124
  53. Structure of Swissmed PSM’s revenue in Poland (%), by medical divisions, Q2 2012-Q1 2013       125
  54. Swissmed PSM’s revenue from medical subscriptions (PLN m) and number of procedures (‘000) for subscription patients in Poland, 2009-Q1 2013       125
  55. Number of Polmed’s corporate patients in Poland (‘000) and change (%), 2008-2012       127
  56. Polmed Group’s revenue in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2009-Q1 2013       129
  57. Structure of the Polmed Group’s revenue in Poland, by medical divisions (%), 2009-Q1 2013       130
  58. Polmed Group’s revenue from medical subscriptions in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2009-Q1 2013       130
  59. Products which most often include medical assistance in Poland (%), 2013       136
  60. Banking products which most often include medical assistance in Poland (%), 2013       136
  61. Number of multi-specialty hospitals in Poland, by owner, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2009 and 2012       143
  62. Number of hospitals transformed into non-public healthcare centres in Poland, 1999-February 2013       148
  63. Top 5 most frequently provided groups of services in the area of ophthalmology in non-public hospitals in Poland, by number of hospital admissions (%), 2011       155
  64. Top 5 most frequently provided groups of services in the area of orthopaedics and traumatology in non-public hospitals in Poland, by number of hospital admissions (%), 2011       155
  65. Top 5 most frequently provided groups of services in the area of cardiology in non-public hospitals in Poland, by number of hospital admissions (%), 2011       156
  66. Top 5 most frequently provided groups of services in the area of general surgery in non-public hospitals in Poland, by number of hospital admissions (%), 2011       156
  67. Public and non-public establishments conducting laboratory testing in Poland, May 2013       157
  68. Largest laboratory chains in Poland, by number of establishments, May 2013       160
  69. Revenue and net financial result of Synevo Poland (PLN m), 2005-2011       165
  70. Selected major non-public dialysis centres in Poland (number of establishments), April 2013       166
  71. Fresenius Nephrocare’s revenue and net profit/loss in Poland (PLN m), 2004-2011       167
  72. Value of Fresenius Nephrocare dialysis centres’ contract with NFZ in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2007-2013       168
  73. Value of contracts between Fresenius Nephrocare dialysis centres and NFZ in individual voivodships in Poland (%), 2013       168
  74. Centrum Dializa’s revenue and net profit/loss in Poland (PLN m), 2009-2011       169
  75. Value of Centrum Dializa dialysis centres’ contract with NFZ in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2007-2013       170
  76. Value of contracts between Centrum Dializa dialysis centres and NFZ in individual voivodships in Poland (%), 2013       170
  77. Diaverum’s revenue and net profit/loss in Poland (PLN m), 2007-2011       171
  78. Value of Diaverum dialysis centres’ contract with NFZ in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2007-2013       172
  79. Value of contracts between Diaverum dialysis centres and NFZ in individual voivodships in Poland (%), 2013       172
  80. B.Braun/Avitum revenue and net profit/loss in Poland (PLN m), 2002-2011       173
  81. Value of B.Braun/Avitum dialysis centres’ contract with NFZ in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2007-2013       174
  82. Value of contracts between B.Braun/Avitum dialysis centres and NFZ in individual voivodships in Poland (%), 2013       174
  83. Nefrolux revenue and net profit/loss in Poland (PLN m), 2008-2011       175
  84. Value of Nefrolux dialysis centres’ contract with NFZ in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2007-2013       175
  85. Public and non-public establishments providing dental care services in Poland (%), May 2013       176
  86. Number of public and non-public establishments providing diagnostic imaging services in Poland, June 2013       180
  87. Value of Euromedic’s contract with NFZ for diagnostic imaging services in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2007-2013       184
  88. Value of Euromedic’s contract with NFZ for diagnostic imaging services in individual voivodships in Poland (%), 2013       184
  89. Voxel’s revenue in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2006-2013       185
  90. Value of Voxel’s contract with NFZ for diagnostic imaging services in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2007-2013       186
  91. Value of Voxel’s contract with NFZ for diagnostic imaging services in individual voivodships in Poland (%), 2013       186
  92. Fantom’s revenue and net profit/loss in Poland (PLN m), 2008-2010       188
  93. Value of Fantom’s contract with NFZ for diagnostic imaging services in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2007-2013       188
  94. Value of Fantom’s contract with NFZ for diagnostic imaging services in individual voivodships in Poland (%), 2013       189
  95. Helimed’s revenue and net profit/loss in Poland (PLN m), 2004-2011       190
  96. Value of Helimed’s contract with NFZ for diagnostic imaging services in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2007-2013       190
  97. Eurodiagnostic’s revenue and net profit/loss in Poland (PLN m), Q2 2007-Q1 2012       191
  98. Value of Eurodiagnostic’s contract with NFZ for diagnostic imaging services in Poland (PLN ‘000) and change (%), 2009-2013       191
  99. Radiologica’s revenue and net profit/loss in Poland (PLN m), 2009-2010       193
  100. Value of Radiologica’s contract with NFZ for diagnostic imaging services in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2007-2013       193
  101. Value of Radiologica’s contract with NFZ for diagnostic imaging services in individual voivodships in Poland (%), 2013       194
  102. Public and non-public establishments providing emergency medical care services in Poland (%), May 2013       195
  103. Number of public and non-public entities having NFZ contracts for emergency medical services in Poland and change (%), 2007-2013       196
  104. Number of non-public entities having NFZ contracts for emergency medical services in Poland, 2011-2013       197
  105. Value of contracts for emergency medical services signed by Falck with NFZ in individual voivodships in Poland (PLN m), 2013       198
  106. Medical tourists in Poland (%), by country of origin, 2011-2012       200
  107. Assessment of health condition by Poles (%), 2007 and 2012       211
  108. Poles’ evaluation of the healthcare system (%), 2001, 2007-2010 and 2012       212
  109. Percentage of Poles satisfied with the healthcare system (%), broken down by users of private and public health care, 2012       213
  110. Proportion of Poles dissatisfied with the healthcare system (%), by voivodship, 2012       213
  111. Evaluation of the healthcare system in Poland, selected Western European countries and the US (%), 2012       214
  112. Evaluation of individual aspects of healthcare system functioning in Poland (%), 2012       215
  113. Percentage of households forced to forego selected private healthcare services in Poland for financial reasons (%), by type of service, 2011       215
  114. Proportion of people who were forced to give up healthcare services for financial reasons in Poland, selected Western Union countries and United States (%), 2009-2012       216
  115. Household spending on specific healthcare services and pharmaceuticals in Poland (PLN), January-March 2011       217
  116. Percentage of households incurring expenditure on specific healthcare services in Poland, 2007, 2009 and 2011       218
  117. Household spending on specific types of healthcare services in Poland (PLN), 2007, 2009 and 2011       218
  118. Percentage of households using public and private health care in Poland, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009 and 2011       219
  119. Percentage of people using public or private health care in Poland, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, 2010, 2012       220
  120. Percentage of people using selected medical services in the public or private healthcare system in Poland, 2012       220
  121. Percentage of population using public and private health care in Poland, by place of residence (%), 2011       221
  122. Percentage of people using private health care under corporate subscription, by residence (%), 2009 and 2011       222
  123. Percentage of population using public and private health care in Poland, by social and professional status (%), 2011       222
  124. Percentage of population using private health care (paid for out of own pockets or financed through medical subscriptions) in Poland, by voivodship, 2011       223
  125. Percentage of subscription patients or supplementary health insurance policy holders in Poland (%), by gender, 2012       224
  126. Percentage of subscription patients or supplementary health insurance policy holders in Poland (%), by age, 2012       225
  127. Percentage of subscription patients or supplementary health insurance policy holders in Poland (%), by education, 2012       226
  128. Percentage of subscription patients or supplementary health insurance policy holders in Poland (%), by residence, 2012       226
  129. Percentage of subscription patients or supplementary health insurance policy holders in Poland (%), by income, 2012       227
  130. Poles’ attitudes towards medical subscriptions or supplementary health insurance (%), 2012       228
  131. Readiness to buy medical subscription or supplementary health insurance in Poland (%), 2000, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2012       229
  132. Reasons why Poles would not buy medical subscription/supplementary health insurance (%), 2012         230
  133. Amounts Poles would be able to pay for a medical subscription or supplementary health insurance (%), 2012       231
  134. Proportion of Poles having medical assistance compared with other assistance insurance (%), 2010-2013       232
  135. Most useful assistance services in Poland (%), 2010-2013       233
  136. Most useful services under medical assistance in Poland (%), 2013       233
  137. Poles’ evaluation of NFZ’s activity (%), 2012       234
  138. Most important characteristics of inpatient care, according to Poles (%), 2012        234
  139. Total health expenditure in Poland (% of GDP), 2003-2010       247
  140. Total healthcare spending in Poland compared with other countries (% of GDP), 2010       248
  141. Per capita health expenditure in Poland (PPP-adjusted, $), 2003-2010       249
  142. Public sector healthcare expenditure in Poland (% of GDP), 2003-2010       249
  143. Public sector health expenditure in Poland (% of total healthcare spending), 2003-2010       250
  144. Per capita public sector healthcare expenditure in Poland (PPP-adjusted, $), 2003-2010       250
  145. Private sector healthcare expenditure in Poland (% of GDP), 2003-2010       251
  146. Private sector healthcare expenditure in Poland (% of total health spending), 2003-2010       251
  147. Per capita private sector healthcare expenditure in Poland (PPP-adjusted, $), 2003-2010       252
  148. Public and private per capita spending on medical treatment and rehabilitation services provided at hospitals in Poland (PPP-adjusted, $), 2003-2010       253
  149. Public and private per capita spending on dental care services in Poland (PPP-adjusted, $), 2003-2010       255
  150. Public and private per capita spending on primary medical care and diagnostics services in Poland (PPP-adjusted, $), 2003-2010       255
  151. Public and private per capita spending on specialist outpatient care in Poland (PPP-adjusted, $), 2003-2010       256
  152. Public and private per capita spending on diagnostic imaging services in Poland (PPP-adjusted, $), 2004-2010       257
  153. Private and public per capita spending on emergency medical services and medical transport in Poland (PPP-adjusted, $), 2003-2010       258
  154. Private per capita spending on laboratory testing services in Poland (PPP-adjusted, $), 2003-2010       258

List of tables

  1. Value of contracts for specialist outpatient care in the Wielkopolskie voivodship, public and non-public facilities, 2013       28
  2. Selected mergers and acquisitions in the private healthcare sector in Poland, 2012-May 2013       29-30
  3. Private healthcare companies planning to make their stock market debut in Poland, 2013       32
  4. Healthcare projects under PPP subject to the MRR’s assessment in Poland, 2013       33
  5. Guaranteed healthcare services with the longest average waiting time in Poland, by specialisation, February/March 2013       34
  6. Specialists reported for the longest average waiting time for an appointment financed by the NFZ, February/March 2013       34
  7. Guaranteed healthcare services with the shortest average waiting time in Poland, by specialisation, February/March 2013       35
  8. Specialists reported for the shortest average waiting time for an appointment financed by the NFZ, February/March 2013       35
  9. Selected planned investments in radiotherapy centres in Poland, 2013       37
  10. Proportion of public and private funds in healthcare expenditures in Poland, 2009-2012       41
  11. Age limits for selected supplementary health insurance products in Poland, 2013       51
  12. Comparison of health insurance offers of selected insurance companies and medical companies operating in Poland, 2013       56
  13. Estimated number of establishments cooperating with selected companies offering health insurance in Poland, 2013       57
  14. Position of private health insurance in Poland’s healthcare system compared to other countries, 2012       58
  15. Facilities opened by selected private healthcare companies in Poland, 2012-April 2013       78
  16. Number of outpatient clinics and hospitals owned by the selected top private medical companies in Poland, April 2013       79
  17. Number of partnership establishments of selected top medical companies in Poland, April 2013       80
  18. Number of company clinics owned by selected top private medical companies in Poland, April 2013       80
  19. Number of corporate patients of selected top medical companies in Poland (‘000), 2013       81
  20. Number of corporate clients of selected top medical companies in Poland (‘000), 2013       81
  21. Comparison of prevention packages offered by selected medical companies in Poland, 2013       83
  22. Selected planned investments in private outpatient clinics in Poland, 2013       84
  23. Location of the LUX MED Group’s establishments in Poland, April 2013       89
  24. Location of the Medicover Group’s outpatient clinics in Poland, April 2013       93
  25. Value of NFZ contracts concluded by particular Medicover Group’s entities, 2007-2013       95
  26. Selected new agreements for the provision of medical services to companies signed by Enel-Med, H2 2011-Q1 2013       99
  27. Location of Enel-Med’s establishments in Poland, April 2013       99
  28. Location of EMC Instytut Medyczny’s facilities in Poland, April 2013       104
  29. Revenue and net profit of particular companies controlled by the EMC Instytut Medyczny Group (PLN ‘000), 2012       105
  30. Location of Falck’s outpatient clinics in Poland, April 2013       107
  31. Location of the PCZ Group’s establishments in Poland, April 2013       110
  32. PCZ Group’s revenue and net profit in Poland (PLN m), 2009-2014       110
  33. Selected new agreements for medical service provision concluded by the Scanmed Multimedis Group with companies in Poland, 2012-Q1 2013       115
  34. Location of the Scanmed Multimedis Group’s establishments in Poland, April 2013       115
  35. Scanmed Multimedis’ revenue in Poland (PLN m) and change (%), 2010-2014       116
  36. Location of the Swissmed Group’s establishments in Poland, April 2013       123
  37. Location of Polmed’s establishments in Poland, April 2013       128
  38. Comparison of detailed medical care services offered by selected banks in Poland, medical programmes, 2013       138-140
  39. Comparison of detailed medical care services offered by selected banks in Poland, medical assistance, 2013       141
  40. Key data concerning public and non-public hospitals in Poland, by type, 2011       144
  41. Number of non-public hospitals in Poland, by voivodship, 2011       144
  42. Most popular wards in non-public hospitals in Poland, by number of beds, 2011       144
  43. Most popular wards in non-public hospitals in Poland, by number of patients, 2011       145
  44. Number of persons waiting for hospital treatment in urgent cases at non-public hospitals in Poland, by voivodship, January-October 2012       147
  45. Number of persons waiting for hospital treatment of stable cases at non-public hospitals in Poland, by voivodship, January-October 2012       147
  46. Selected non-public hospitals established in Poland, 2012-Q1 2013       150
  47. Selected investment projects planned in non-public hospitals in Poland, 2013-2018       151
  48. Basic data on NFZ contracts for inpatient treatment in Poland, public and non-public hospitals, 2009-2011       152
  49. Proportion of particular types of hospitalisation in the number of contracted ranges for inpatient treatment in Poland, public and non-public hospitals, 2009-2011       153
  50. Number and value of services under inpatient treatment contracts in Poland, by specialisation, public and non-public hospitals, 2009-2011       154
  51. Number of non-public facilities providing laboratory examinations in Poland, by voivodship, May 2013       157
  52. Revenue and net profit/loss of particular companies controlled by the Diagnostyka Group in Poland (PLN m), 2007-2011       161
  53. Number of the Diagnostyka Group’s laboratories in Poland, by managing entity, May 2013       162
  54. Revenue and net profit/loss of particular companies controlled by the Alab Group in Poland (PLN m), 2006-2011       163
  55. Number of the Alab Group’s laboratories in Poland, by managing entity, May 2013       163
  56. Number of non-public establishments providing dental care services in Poland, by voivodship, May 2013       176
  57. Selected largest dental clinic chains in Poland (number of establishments), May 2013       178
  58. Number of non-public establishments providing diagnostic imaging services in Poland, by voivodship, June 2013       181
  59. Average waiting time and number of patients waiting for diagnostic imaging services in Poland, urgent and stable cases, March 2013       182
  60. Euromedic International Group’s revenue and net profit/loss in Poland (PLN m), 2006-2011       183
  61. Value of Eurodiagnostic’s contract with NFZ for diagnostic imaging services in individual voivodships in Poland (PLN ‘000), 2013       192
  62. Number of non-public establishments providing emergency medical care services in Poland, by voivodship, May 2013       196
  63. Selected establishments offering treatment to foreigners in Poland, 2013       204
  64. Comparison of prices for selected dental care services in Poland and the United Kingdom (L), 2013       205
  65. Comparison of prices of selected medical services in Poland and in other countries ($ ‘000), 2012       205
  66. Growth factors and barriers for medical tourism in Poland following the entry into force of directive on cross-border health care, 2013       209
  67. Assistance services used by Poles (%), 2010-2013       232
  68. Assistance services that Poles are willing to buy for an additional charge (%), 2013       232
  69. Selected medical services exempt from VAT in Poland, 2013        242
  70. Public and private spending on inpatient care in Poland (PLN bn and %), 2009-2010       252
  71. Private spending on inpatient care in Poland (PLN bn and %), by category, 2009-2010       253
  72. Private and public spending on outpatient care (PLN bn and %), 2009-2010       254
  73. Structure of private spending on outpatient care in Poland (PLN bn and %), 2009-2010       254
  74. Public and private spending on auxiliary medical services in Poland (PLN bn and %), 2009-2010       256
  75. Structure of public and private spending on auxiliary medical services in Poland (PLN m and %), 2009-2010       257