Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Developments in healthcare coverage, as well as innovation in contraceptive and fertility products and services, have benefitted the Family Planning and Abortion Clinics industry, which was largely unaffected by the economic downturn. As healthcare reform continues to be implemented during the five years to 2019, insurance coverage will expand, boosting industry demand. Additionally, the expansive coverage of reproductive health services mandated by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act will escalate demand for a variety industry services... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Key Buyers Chapter
The Family Planning and Abortion Clinics industry has a medium level of concentration, as it is dominated primarily by Planned Parenthood, which accounts for just under 60.0% of total industry revenue. In addition there are several medium-sized companies that run numerous clinics across the nation. However, the vast majority of industry clinics are small facilities with less than 20 employees. In 2014, nearly 90.0% of the 2,433 industry clinics have fewer than 20 employees. As a result, the majority of industry firms earn a miniscule percentage of industry revenue.
While many hospitals and other large health organizations provide industry services at their facilities, these organizations lie outside of the scope of this industry (see IBISWorld report 62211 Hospitals in the US)... purchase to read more