UK Healthcare Market Review 33ed

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What the report covers

  • Healthcare expenditure trends
  • Private acute healthcare
  • Health cover
  • Care homes for older people
  • Adult specialist care
  • Homecare and supported living
  • Mental health hospitals
  • Children’s residential care
  • Foster care
  • Special education
  • Dentistry
  • Primary care
  • Occupational health
  • Community health services
  • Healthcare workforce
  • Politics and regulation
  • Private equity in healthcare


Who is the report for

  • C-suite professionals from right across the
    independent healthcare and social care
  • CCG and local authority commissioners
  • Directors of Adult Social Services
  • Directors of Children’s Services
  • NHS Foundation Trusts
  • Independent hospitals/hospital groups
  • Care home providers/care home provider
  • Banks and other financial institutions
  • Local and national government
  • Healthcare and social care trade bodies
  • Policy writers
  • Think tanks

What You Get

  • Print package – single-user Printed Hard Copy
  • Digital package – Multi-user Digital PDF and Data in Excel files + Printed Hard Copy

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Fully revised UK Healthcare Market Review in its thirty-third edition

The 33rd edition of LaingBuisson’s UK Healthcare Market Review is vital reading for independent providers, commissioners, advisors and investors active in the UK’s independent healthcare and social care sectors.

Published in September 2021, and written during the summer, the Review reflects on how the pandemic has affected the independent healthcare and social care sectors during the past 18 months.

The report includes a new chapter on healthcare workforce and recruitment. This provides valuable insight into the key drivers of this market at a time when the sector is once again facing staffing challenges as the wider economy opens up.

The new edition also includes a revised and updated politics and regulation section. This outlines current Government policy and NHS England’s strategy of moving towards integrated care and offers opinion on the likely impact of the funding announcement made by the UK Government on 7 September.

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