Diagnostic health services provide information about the presence, severity, and cause of diseases and other physical ailments in patients. This is increasingly a critical part of the health care system as greater focus is given to early detection and prevention to reduce overall health care costs.
Diagnostic Imaging services in 2012 generated $3bn in revenue in Australia. Industry Revenue is expected to grow at an average annualised rate of 5% over the next 5 years.
Approximately 70% of all diagnostic imaging services are funded through Medicare through a bulk billing regime.
Demand for diagnostic imaging services is being driven by:
– Continuing strong growth in the Australian health system
– The ageing population of Australia
– A greater focus on early detection and prevention to reduce overall healthcare costs
– A move away from invasive exploratory surgery towards the use of MRI and CT scanning for certain diagnoses.
– Technical improvements and the accuracy and capabilities of imaging techniques.
Why Invest in Capitol Health?
– The largest provider of community based diagnostic imaging in the state with 51 clinics spread across Victoria
– Business model based on bulk billing ensures a steady revenue stream.
– Investment in latest technology with seven government licensed MRI’s in place.
– Proven ability to take market share from competitors in existing markets, which is important given ongoing industry consolidation.
– Strong reputation for high quality service provision with pure exposure to a growing industry.
– Consistent growth in profitability and outperforming competitors
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