Built to inform

Sign up for the daily newsletters

No, Thank you

Saudi health sector to attract $10.9bn investments

Saudi's health sector is expected to attract $10.9bn in investments over the next five years

NEWS, Business, Budget, Doctor, Saudi healthcare

Saudi Arabia's health sector is expected to attract $10.9bn (SAR41bn) in investments over the next five years, a recent Saudi international healthcare symposium revealed. 

The system is ripe for close collaboration between the private and public sectors - aiming to overcom challenges such as high treatment costs and create a climate for scientific research, advanced technology and innovations in therapy procedures, Al Riyadh reported.

In its current budget, the Kingdom has allocated almost $27.9bn (SAR105bn) for healthcare and social services.

Healthcare expenditures per capita have risen from $373 (SAR1400) in 2000 to $746 (SAR2800) in 2013 - an average annual growth.

 

 

 

Most popular

Awards

Construction industry conversations around digitisation must evolve
The Middle East construction industry’s approach to tech must evolve and focus on how can

Conferences

Construction Week's Leaders Kuwait 2019 summit kicks off today
More than 100 decision-makers from Kuwait's construction industry to convene at conference in Kuwait City
HKA: Volume of construction disputes to stay consistent in 2019
EXCLUSIVE: Consultancy’s Michael McSorley talks about methods to avoid and ‘speedily resolve’ construction disputes

Latest Issue

Construction Week - Issue 751
Oct 13, 2019