Medical Education Market Forecast, Trend, Analysis & Competition Tracking - Global Market Insights 2020 to 2027

Published on : Jun-2020 | List of Tables : 70 | List of Figures : 146 | No. of Pages : 170 | Report Code : FACT4842MR | Format :

Medical Education Market Insights

The medical education market is anticipated to experience moderate growth in the forecast period (2020-2027). Growing at a CAGR of 4.2%, the market value is expected to reach US$ 44 Bn by 2027-end. Rapid advancements in healthcare infrastructure have stimulated investments in medical education. In addition, the number of medical schools has been increasing, especially in developing economies. According to a study conducted by FAIMER International Medical Education Directory (IMED), the number of medical schools increased by more than 1/3rd between 2009 and 2013. Moreover, increase in new and non-traditional medical schools and student migration has prompted universities and institutions to provide quality education.

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is expected to burgeon the scope of medical education, particularly online courses. With governments imposing strict social distancing measures, online education has gained significant traction. Rampant penetration of the internet and acquaintance with existing technology has enabled medical experts, professors and scholars to schedule online classes through a variety of approaches. These include live video streaming for lectures, distribution of printed medical literature, audio recordings, and e-books. Moreover, the pandemic has also facilitated increased research for discovering potential vaccines and drugs to treat the deadly disease. The result is expected to lead to strong growth of the medical education market.

Medical Education Market: Technological Insights

With the rising popularity of online education, healthcare practitioners are devising novel ways to impart quality education to students. Some instances of technological enhancements in medical education include digital games, mobile devices, wearable technologies, and simulation software. These advancements are anticipated to revolutionize healthcare in the future.

Digital games provide training tools that offer challenging stimulating environments, and are often used for training future surgeons. These games help improve hand-eye co-ordination and reflex time. Mobile devices employ personal digital assistants for patient management and treatment decisions, while simulation imitates real patients, anatomic regions and clinical tasks to mirror real-life circumstances where medical services are required.

Medical Education Market: Training Insights

With respect to imparting medical education, market players capitalizing on online training are expected to gain revenue growth opportunities in the future. Adoption of online courses is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 5.5% throughout the forecast period. The surge in online training will also bolster the distance-learning method. The distance-learning segment is poised to expand at a CAGR of 4.2% through 2027. However, on-campus training is anticipated to retain market dominance, accounting for more than half of the medical education market.

Strict social distancing norms implemented by governments in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic has led to the closure of universities and colleges, prompting them to shift their courses online. This trend is anticipated to continue throughout the forecast period, as people will voluntarily choose to maintain social distancing even in the aftermath of the pandemic. However, few students would still prefer to attend regular college post the pandemic as universities are equipped with the required resources which otherwise may not be available externally.

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Medical Education Market: Regional Insights

Asia Pacific promises to emerge as the fastest-growing medical education market over the forecast period, expanding at a CAGR of 4.4% and capturing almost 1/5th of the global market value. North America is poised to retain market dominance, capturing more than two-fifth of the medical education market revenue. Growth in Asia Pacific’s market is attributed to rising adoption of advanced technologies for the creation of virtual experiences to accelerate medical education. For instance, Microsoft has collaborated with the Case Western Reserve University to offer special glasses and high-definition 3D-graphics to teach anatomy.

In North America, market growth remains driven by rising adoption of upgraded educational frameworks and shift to competency-based medical education. Moreover, rise in enrolments for medical education in the U.S. is contributing to the market growth. The number of medical school enrolments in the U.S. registered an uptick of 25% in 2016 as compared to 2002.

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Medical Education Market: Competition Structure

The medical education market is characterized by the presence of a large number of local and regional players along with national and international players. This makes it a highly competitive market. The resulting competition has prompted global pharmaceutical and biotech companies, big hospitals, clinics & research centers to provide financial and travelling aid to facilitate the completion of medical education of students. This makes the market highly fragmented in nature. Prominent players in the medical education market are: Apollo Hospitals, Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc., Gundersen Health System, Olympus Corporation, GE Healthcare, Harvard Medical School, the Johns Hopkins University, Stanford University, American College of Radiology, the Healthcare Training Institute, New Jersey, to name a few. These players have been providing detailed medical educational programs across various domains.

Apollo Hospitals, for instance, collaborated with the University of New South Wales to launch a public health degree program in India. The objective of this course is to equip India’s medical workforce to respond to major health challenges facing the country. This new Master of Public Health (MPH) program will assist in meeting the growing shortage of health professionals in India. Similarly, Olympus Corporation offers its own medical education program through its university. The program is geared towards nurses, reprocessing technicians and biomeds. It offers its courses via sponsored webinars and certificate courses for reprocessing and endoscopic training. Besides, various universities such as the Johns Hopkins University and Stanford University offer full-time highly specialized medical educational programs.

COVID-19’s Impact on Medical Education Market

The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has compelled universities and colleges to suspend their on-campus educational activities. This is in response to strict social distancing measures advocated by governments in order to contain the spread of the pandemic. This has, however, not deterred educators from providing quality education to students. Like other disciplines, medical education has received significant traction since the onset of the pandemic. Healthcare experts, professors and practitioners are effectively exploiting the internet to disseminate knowledge. Online webinars, distribution of e-books and recorded audio files, chatrooms and social media are some of the most utilized platforms for this purpose.

It is anticipated that online education shall become the new normal even after the pandemic has subsided. Online medical courses are not only highly specialized but are also conveniently accessible from any location. Moreover, there are no time constraints, allowing students and professionals to develop a customized learning pace. Such advantages shall only serve to fuel the growth prospects of the medical education market. Furthermore, the pandemic has compelled key healthcare providers to invest in discovering potential vaccines or drugs for the eradication of the coronavirus, for which practitioners may require certain certifications. This will encourage educators to design special courses related to the same.

Analyst’s Viewpoint:

“Paradigm shifts in the provision of healthcare owing to rising complexities in the nature of health problems has compelled medical education providers to constantly upgrade their knowledge-dissemination process. The growing trend of online education has significantly leveraged market prospects for medical education. The onset of the coronavirus pandemic has further augmented its popularity. In the years to come, online education is anticipated to become the new normal”.

Medical Education Market: Report Scope

The recent study on medical education by Fact.MR provides a seven-year forecast for the period of 2020-2027. The report explicates on vital dynamics influencing the growth of the medical education market such as the key drivers, opportunities and restraints. The market has been analyzed based on the following segments: delivery method, mode of training, type of training and type of organization. Each segment incorporates an analysis based on revenue, market share and future growth predictions.

In addition, a regional landscape incorporating the abovementioned segments has also been included. The regional landscape is based on five geographies: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America and Middle East & Africa. Towards the end, a competition matrix has been provided. This section includes detailed analysis of key educational players, their market share, course portfolio and future growth outlook. Future outlook has been presented through a SWOT analysis of each organization.

Medical Education Market- Scope of the Report

The recent study by Fact.MR on the medical education market offers a 7-year forecast for the period of 2020-2027. The study analyzes crucial trends that are currently determining the growth of the medical education market. This report explicates on vital dynamics such as the drivers, restraints, and opportunities for key market players along with key stakeholders as well as emerging players associated with the provision of medical education. The study also provides dynamics responsible for influencing the future status of the medical education market over the forecast period.

A detailed assessment of the medical education market value chain and business execution across the regional markets has been covered in the report. A list of prominent companies operating in the medical education market along with their product portfolio enhances the reliability of this comprehensive research study.

Medical Education Market: Report Summary

The study offers a comprehensive analysis on diverse features including infrastructure capacities, demand, new developments, and revenue generation in the medical education markets across the globe.

A comprehensive estimate of the market has been provided through an optimistic as well as a conservative scenario, taking into account the mode and types of training in the medical education market during the forecast period. Price point comparison by region with global average price is also considered in the study.

Medical Education Market: Segmentation

Fact.MR has studied the medical education market with detailed segmentation on the basis of delivery method, mode of training, types of training, type of organization and region.

Delivery Method

  • Internet Enduring Materials
  • Courses
  • Regularly Scheduled Series and Other Enduring Materials

Mode of Training

  • On-campus
  • Distance
  • Online

Types of Training

  • Cardiothoracic Training
  • Neurology Training
  • Orthopedic Training
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Training
  • Pediatric Training
  • Radiology Training
  • Laboratory
  • Others

Type of Organization

  • School of Medicine
  • Government/Military Organizations
  • Hospitals
  • Insurance Companies
  • Non-profit Organizations
  • Publishing or Education Companies
  • Others

Region

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia Pacific
  • Latin America
  • Middle East & Africa (MEA)

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Medical Education Market: Size Evaluation

The medical education market has been analyzed for each market segment, in terms of value (US$ Mn).

Market estimates at global and regional levels for medical education is available in terms of “US$ Mn” for value. A Y-o-Y growth contrast on prominent medical education market segments, along with market attractiveness evaluation, has been incorporated in the report.

Medical Education Market: Inspected Assessment on Regional Segments

Key sections have been elaborated in the medical education report, which have helped deliver projection on the regional markets. These chapters include the regional macros (economic and business environment outlook) which are expected to have a momentous influence on the growth of the medical education market during the forecast period.

Country-specific valuation on demand for medical education has been offered for each regional market along with the market scope estimate, forecast, price index, and impact analysis of dynamics of prominence in regions and countries. For all regional markets, Y-o-Y growth estimates have also been incorporated in the report.

Detailed breakup in terms of value for emerging countries has also been included in the report.

Medical Education Market: In-Depth Analysis on Competitive Landscape

The report sheds light on the leading providers of medical education along with their detailed profiles. Essential and up-to-date data information related to market performers, who are principally engaged in the provision of medical education, has been brought with the help of a detailed dashboard view. Market share analysis and comparison of prominent players provided in the report permits the report readers to take preemptive steps in advancing their businesses.

Company profiles have been included in the report, which includes essentials such as product portfolio, key strategies along with all-inclusive SWOT analysis of each player. Company presence is mapped and presented through the matrix for all the prominent players thus providing the readers with actionable insights, which helps in thoughtfully presenting market status, and predicting the competition level in the medical education market. Prominent manufacturers with established presence in the medical education market are Apollo Hospitals, Zimmer Biomet Holdings, Inc., Gundersen Health System, Olympus Corporation, GE Healthcare, Harvard Medical School, the Johns Hopkins University, Stanford University, American College of Radiology, and the Healthcare Training Institute, New Jersey.

1. Market Overview

    1.1. Market Coverage / Taxonomy 

    1.2. Market Definition / Scope / Limitations

2. Market Risks and Trends Assessment 

    2.1. Risk Assessment 

        2.1.1. COVID-19 Crisis and Impact on Medical Education Demand

        2.1.2. COVID-19 Crisis and Impact on Medical Education Cost 

        2.1.3. COVID-19 Impact Benchmark with Previous Crisis  

            2.1.3.1. Change in Medical Education Demand 

            2.1.3.2. Before and After COVID-19 Crisis (Projected)

            2.1.3.3. Before and After Sub-prime Crisis – 2008 (Actual)

            2.1.3.4. Change in Demand post Recovery Period (After Each Crisis)

        2.1.4. Impact on Market Value (US$ Mn)

            2.1.4.1. Likely Loss of Value in 2020

            2.1.4.2. Mid-term and Long Term Forecast

            2.1.4.3. Quarter by Quarter Demand and Recovery Assessment 

        2.1.5. Anticipated Demand and Value Recovery Curve

            2.1.5.1. Likelihood of U-Shape Recovery

            2.1.5.2. Likelihood of L-Shape Recovery

        2.1.6. Recovery Period Assessment by Key Countries

        2.1.7. Recovery Assessment by Key Market Segments

        2.1.8. Action Points and Recommendation for Suppliers

    2.2. Key Trends Impacting the Market

    2.3. Formulation and Product Development Trends

3. Market Background and Foundation Data Points 

    3.1. Global Education Sector Outlook 

    3.2. Penetration of Medical Education in Total Education

    3.3. Evolution of Medical Education with Timeline

    3.4. Recent Developments in Medical Education Industry

    3.5. Growth and Development Patterns in Medical Education Market

    3.6. Market White Space Assessment And Opportunity Analysis

    3.7. Recent Development in Medical Education Market, By Market Players

    3.8. Competitive Scenario and Trends

        3.8.1. Medical Education Market Concentration Rate

        3.8.2. List of Emerging, Prominent and Leading Players 

        3.8.3. Mergers & Acquisitions

    3.9. Scenario Forecast 

           (Demand in optimistic, likely, and conservative market conditions) 

    3.10. Policy and Regulatory Landscape, By Countries

    3.11. Macro-Economic Factors

    3.12. Forecast Factors - Relevance & Impact

    3.13. Market Dynamics

        3.13.1. Market Driving Factors and Impact Assessment

        3.13.2. Prominent Market Challenges and Impact Assessment

        3.13.3. Medical Education Market Opportunities

        3.13.4. Prominent Trends in the Global Market & Their Impact Assessment

4. Global Medical Education Market Value Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast, 2020-2030

    4.1. Historical Market Value (US$ Mn) Analysis, 2015-2019

    4.2. Current and Future Market Value (US$ Mn) Projections, 2020-2030

        4.2.1. Y-o-Y Growth Trend Analysis

        4.2.2. Absolute $ Opportunity Analysis

5. Global Medical Education Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, By Type of Training 

    5.1. Introduction / Key Findings

    5.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) Analysis By Type of Training, 2015-2019

    5.3. Current and Future Market Size (US$ Mn) Analysis and Forecast By Type of Training, 2020 - 2030

        5.3.1. Cardiothoracic Training

        5.3.2. Neurology Training

        5.3.3. Orthopedic Training

        5.3.4. Oral and Maxillofacial Training

        5.3.5. Pediatric Training

        5.3.6. Radiology Training

        5.3.7. Laboratory Training

        5.3.8. Other

    5.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Type of Training 

6. Global Medical Education Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, By Mode of Education

    6.1. Introduction / Key Findings

    6.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) Analysis By Mode of Education, 2015-2019

    6.3. Current and Future Market Size (US$ Mn) Analysis and Forecast By Mode of Education, 2020 - 2030

        6.3.1. On-campus Training

        6.3.2. Distance Training

        6.3.3. Online Training

    6.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Mode of Education

7. Global Medical Education Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, By Type of Organization

    7.1. Introduction / Key Findings

    7.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) Analysis By Type of Organization, 2015-2019

    7.3. Current and Future Market Size (US$ Mn) Analysis and Forecast By Type of Organization, 2020 - 2030

        7.3.1. School of Medicine

        7.3.2. Government/Military Organization

        7.3.3. Hospitals

        7.3.4. Insurance & Co

        7.3.5. Non-profit Organization

        7.3.6. Publishing or Education Company

        7.3.7. Others

    7.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Type of Organization

8. Global Medical Education Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, By Delivery Method

    8.1. Introduction / Key Findings

    8.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) Analysis By Delivery Method, 2015-2019

    8.3. Current and Future Market Size (US$ Mn) Analysis and Forecast By Delivery Method, 2020 - 2030

        8.3.1. Internet Enduring Materials

        8.3.2. Courses 

        8.3.3. Regularly Scheduled Series and Other Enduring Materials

    8.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Delivery Method

9. Global Medical Education Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030, by Region

    9.1. Introduction

    9.2. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) Analysis By Region, 2015-2019

    9.3. Current Market Size (US$ Mn) Analysis and Forecast By Region, 2020 - 2030

        9.3.1. North America

        9.3.2. Latin America

        9.3.3. Europe

        9.3.4. Asia Pacific

        9.3.5. Middle East and Africa (MEA)

    9.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Region

10. North America Medical Education Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030

    10.1. Introduction

    10.2. Pricing Analysis

    10.3. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2015-2019

    10.4. Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2020 - 2030

        10.4.1.  By Country

            10.4.1.1. U.S.

            10.4.1.2. Canada

        10.4.2. By Type of Training

        10.4.3. By Type of Organization

        10.4.4. By Mode of Education

        10.4.5. By Delivery Method

    10.5. Market Attractiveness Analysis

        10.5.1. By Country

        10.5.2. By Type of Training

        10.5.3. By Type of Organization

        10.5.4. By Mode of Education

        10.5.5. By Delivery Method

11. Latin America Medical Education Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030

    11.1. Introduction

    11.2. Pricing Analysis

    11.3. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2015-2019

    11.4. Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2020 - 2030

        11.4.1.  By Country

            11.4.1.1. Brazil

            11.4.1.2. Mexico

            11.4.1.3. Rest of Latin America

        11.4.2. By Type of Training

        11.4.3. By Type of Organization

        11.4.4. By Mode of Education 

        11.4.5. By Delivery Method

    11.5. Market Attractiveness Analysis

        11.5.1. By Country

        11.5.2. By Type of Training

        11.5.3. By Type of Organization

        11.5.4. By Mode of Education

        11.5.5. By Delivery Method

12. Europe Medical Education Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030

    12.1. Introduction

    12.2. Pricing Analysis

    12.3. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2015-2019

    12.4. Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2020 - 2030

        12.4.1.  By Country

            12.4.1.1. Germany

            12.4.1.2. France

            12.4.1.3. Italy

            12.4.1.4. Spain

            12.4.1.5. U.K.

            12.4.1.6. Rest of Europe

        12.4.2. By Type of Training

        12.4.3. By Type of Organization

        12.4.4. By Mode of Education

        12.4.5. By Delivery Method

    12.5. Market Attractiveness Analysis

        12.5.1. By Country

        12.5.2. By Type of Training

        12.5.3. By Type of Organization

        12.5.4. By Mode of Education

        12.5.5. By Delivery Method

13. Asia Pacific Medical Education Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030

    13.1. Introduction

    13.2. Pricing Analysis

    13.3. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2015-2019

    13.4. Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2020 - 2030

        13.4.1.  By Country

            13.4.1.1. China

            13.4.1.2. Japan

            13.4.1.3. Australia

            13.4.1.4. India

            13.4.1.5. Rest of Asia Pacific

        13.4.2. By Type of Training

        13.4.3. By Type of Organization

        13.4.4. By Mode of Education

        13.4.5. By Delivery Method

    13.5. Market Attractiveness Analysis

        13.5.1. By Country

        13.5.2. By Type of Training

        13.5.3. By Type of Organization

        13.5.4. By Mode of Education

        13.5.5. By Delivery Method

14. Middle East and Africa Medical Education Market Analysis 2015-2019 and Forecast 2020-2030

    14.1. Introduction

    14.2. Pricing Analysis

    14.3. Historical Market Size (US$ Mn) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2015-2019

    14.4. Market Size (US$ Mn) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2020 - 2030

        14.4.1.  By Country

            14.4.1.1. GCC Countries

            14.4.1.2. South Africa

            14.4.1.3. Turkey

            14.4.1.4. Rest of Middle East and Africa

        14.4.2. By Type of Training

        14.4.3. By Type of Organization

        14.4.4. By Mode of Education

        14.4.5. By Delivery Method

    14.5. Market Attractiveness Analysis

        14.5.1. By Country

        14.5.2. By Type of Training

        14.5.3. By Type of Organization

        14.5.4. By Mode of Education

        14.5.5. By Delivery Method

15. Market Structure Analysis

    15.1. Market Analysis by Tier of Companies 

    15.2. Market Concentration

    15.3. Market Share Analysis of Top Players

    15.4. Market Presence Analysis

        15.4.1. By Regional footprint of Players

        15.4.2. Product footprint by Players

        15.4.3. Channel footprint by Players

16. Competition Analysis

    16.1. Competition Dashboard

    16.2. Competition Benchmarking

    16.3. Competition Deep Dive (Indicative List)

        16.3.1. Gundersen Health System

            16.3.1.1. Overview

            16.3.1.2. Product Portfolio

            16.3.1.3. Sales Footprint

            16.3.1.4. Strategy Overview

        16.3.2. Emerson Electric

            16.3.2.1. Overview

            16.3.2.2. Product Portfolio

            16.3.2.3. Sales Footprint

            16.3.2.4. Strategy Overview

        16.3.3. GE Healthcare Institute

            16.3.3.1. Overview

            16.3.3.2. Product Portfolio

            16.3.3.3. Sales Footprint

            16.3.3.4. Strategy Overview

        16.3.4. American College of Radiology

            16.3.4.1. Overview

            16.3.4.2. Product Portfolio

            16.3.4.3. Sales Footprint

            16.3.4.4. Strategy Overview

        16.3.5. Healthcare Training Institute, New Jersey

            16.3.5.1. Overview

            16.3.5.2. Product Portfolio

            16.3.5.3. Sales Footprint

            16.3.5.4. Strategy Overview

        16.3.6. Olympus America

            16.3.6.1. Overview

            16.3.6.2. Product Portfolio

            16.3.6.3. Sales Footprint

            16.3.6.4. Strategy Overview

        16.3.7. TACT Academy for Clinical Training

            16.3.7.1. Overview

            16.3.7.2. Product Portfolio

            16.3.7.3. Sales Footprint

            16.3.7.4. Strategy Overview

        16.3.8. Zimmer Biomet Institute

            16.3.8.1. Overview

            16.3.8.2. Product Portfolio

            16.3.8.3. Sales Footprint

            16.3.8.4. Strategy Overview

        16.3.9. Harvard Medical School

            16.3.9.1. Overview

            16.3.9.2. Product Portfolio

            16.3.9.3. Sales Footprint

            16.3.9.4. Strategy Overview

        16.3.10. Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

            16.3.10.1. Overview

            16.3.10.2. Product Portfolio

            16.3.10.3. Sales Footprint

            16.3.10.4. Strategy Overview

        16.3.11. Stanford University School of Medicine

            16.3.11.1. Overview

            16.3.11.2. Product Portfolio

            16.3.11.3. Sales Footprint

            16.3.11.4. Strategy Overview

        16.3.12. Apollo Hospitals

            16.3.12.1. Overview

            16.3.12.2. Product Portfolio

            16.3.12.3. Sales Footprint

            16.3.12.4. Strategy Overview

        16.3.13. CAE Healthcare

            16.3.13.1. Overview

            16.3.13.2. Product Portfolio

            16.3.13.3. Sales Footprint

            16.3.13.4. Strategy Overview

        16.3.14. Siemens Healthineers

            16.3.14.1. Overview

            16.3.14.2. Product Portfolio

            16.3.14.3. Sales Footprint

            16.3.14.4. Strategy Overview

        16.3.15. Other Prominent Players 

            16.3.15.1. Overview

            16.3.15.2. Product Portfolio

            16.3.15.3. Sales Footprint

            16.3.15.4. Strategy Overview

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