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14th World Congress on General Pediatrics & Adolescent medicine

General Pediatrics 2017

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• General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine Students, Scientists • General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine Researchers • General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine Faculty • Medical Colleges • General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine Associations and Societies • Business Entrepreneurs • Training Institutes • Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Companies • Software Developing Companies • Data Management Companies • General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine Physicians

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Exploring Emerging Markets in General Pediatrics

Global General Pediatrics Conference Series

Conference Series has been instrumental in conducting international Pediatrics meetings for seven years, and very excited to expand Europe, America and Asia Pacific continents. Previous meetings were held in major cities like San Francisco, Tokyo, Madrid, with success the meetings again scheduled in three continents. 14th World Congress on General Pediatrics & Adolescent medicine Conference to be held during September 25-27, 2017 at Chicago, USA. 2nd Pediatric Oncology Conference Scheduled in Las Vegas, USA. 13th European Pediatrics Conference  planned to be conducted at Prague, Czech Republic during Sep 1-3, 2017.


The global general pediatrics market was valued at estimated that Pediatric Drugs and Vaccines is forecast to reach $85 billion by the year 2017.”  The total pediatric healthcare market in USA is estimated at $186 Billion for 2012. Approximately $96 billion from Employee Sponsored Insurance (ESI), $78 billion from Medicaid Insurance, and $12 billion from uninsured self-pay patients is contributed to this growing market.

There are 75 million children in USA accounting for 24% of total US population (315 million) in 2013. They are primarily covered by either Employee Sponsored Health Insurance programs (41.4 million in 2010) or by federal-state sponsored Medicaid insurance programs (26.8 million in 2010) and approximately 7 million children were uninsured. Health Care Cost Institute (HCCI) estimates that ESI covered 41.4 million children in 2010.  Since 2007, the population of children covered by ESI declined 5.7%. HCCI found that insurers and beneficiaries spent $87.9 billion on health care for children in 2010. Since 2007, total health care expenditures on children grew 11.9 %. Americans spent over 31.1% of their health care dollars for children on teenagers and 31.4% on infants and toddlers. Additionally, The HCCI reports annual per capital health care expenditures for children in the US in 2011 was $2,347 with an increase of 7.7% from 2010 to 2011.

 

"We believe General Pediatrics is poised for disruption and the global demand for emerging -omics healthcare techniques will grow virtually inelastic as an indispensable spend. We've observed enormous growth in the areas of General Pediatrics and adolescent medicine from last one decade and remain interested in this type of emerging markets" says Dr Srinubabu Gedela, CEO of OMICS International.

 

Everyone interested in the future of emerging -an omics healthcare technique majorly in pediatrics is encouraged to attend. Connect with our social network pages to get regular industry updates.

 

About us: ConferenceSeries.com hosts 3000+ Global Events that includes over 1000+ International Conferences, 1000+ Symposiums and 1000+Workshops and preconference workshops on diverse Medical, Pharmaceutical, Clinical, Engineering, Science, Technology, Business and Management fields. Over 25 Million visitors flock to our websites to observe the attest developments in these fields.

Lilian Evans
General Pediatrics 2017
conferenceseries.com generalpediatrics.conferenceseries.com
E-mail: director@conferenceseries.com , +1-650-618-9867

 

Organizer name: Conference Seies LLC
 

For Past Conference detail: http://www.conferenceseries.com/Past_Reports/pediatrics-2016-past/

For more detail: http://generalpediatrics.conferenceseries.com/ 

Exploring Emerging Markets in General Pediatrics

Global General Pediatrics Conference Series

Conference Series has been instrumental in conducting international Pediatrics meetings for seven years, and very excited to expand Europe, America and Asia Pacific continents. Previous meetings were held in major cities like San Francisco, Tokyo, Madrid, with success the meetings again scheduled in three continents. 14th World Congress on General Pediatrics & Adolescent medicine Conference to be held during September 25-27, 2017 at Chicago, USA. 2nd Pediatric Oncology Conference Scheduled in Las Vegas, USA. 13th European Pediatrics Conference  planned to be conducted at Prague, Czech Republic during Sep 1-3, 2017.


The global general pediatrics market was valued at estimated that Pediatric Drugs and Vaccines is forecast to reach $85 billion by the year 2017.”  The total pediatric healthcare market in USA is estimated at $186 Billion for 2012. Approximately $96 billion from Employee Sponsored Insurance (ESI), $78 billion from Medicaid Insurance, and $12 billion from uninsured self-pay patients is contributed to this growing market.

There are 75 million children in USA accounting for 24% of total US population (315 million) in 2013. They are primarily covered by either Employee Sponsored Health Insurance programs (41.4 million in 2010) or by federal-state sponsored Medicaid insurance programs (26.8 million in 2010) and approximately 7 million children were uninsured. Health Care Cost Institute (HCCI) estimates that ESI covered 41.4 million children in 2010.  Since 2007, the population of children covered by ESI declined 5.7%. HCCI found that insurers and beneficiaries spent $87.9 billion on health care for children in 2010. Since 2007, total health care expenditures on children grew 11.9 %. Americans spent over 31.1% of their health care dollars for children on teenagers and 31.4% on infants and toddlers. Additionally, The HCCI reports annual per capital health care expenditures for children in the US in 2011 was $2,347 with an increase of 7.7% from 2010 to 2011.

 

"We believe General Pediatrics is poised for disruption and the global demand for emerging -omics healthcare techniques will grow virtually inelastic as an indispensable spend. We've observed enormous growth in the areas of General Pediatrics and adolescent medicine from last one decade and remain interested in this type of emerging markets" says Dr Srinubabu Gedela, CEO of OMICS International.

 

Everyone interested in the future of emerging -an omics healthcare technique majorly in pediatrics is encouraged to attend. Connect with our social network pages to get regular industry updates.

 

About us: ConferenceSeries.com hosts 3000+ Global Events that includes over 1000+ International Conferences, 1000+ Symposiums and 1000+Workshops and preconference workshops on diverse Medical, Pharmaceutical, Clinical, Engineering, Science, Technology, Business and Management fields. Over 25 Million visitors flock to our websites to observe the attest developments in these fields.

Lilian Evans
General Pediatrics 2017
conferenceseries.com generalpediatrics.conferenceseries.com
E-mail: director@conferenceseries.com , +1-650-618-9867

 

Organizer name: Conference Seies LLC
 

For Past Conference detail: http://www.conferenceseries.com/Past_Reports/pediatrics-2016-past/

For more detail: http://generalpediatrics.conferenceseries.com/ 

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