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Elder Care Services: United States

Elder Care Services: United States

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Freedonia Focus Reports
US Collection
Elder Care Services:
United States 
December 2012HighlightsIndustry OverviewHealthcare Trends | Service Type Segmentation | Payment Source SegmentationRegulatory EnvironmentRevenue ForecastsMarket Environment | Service Type Forecasts | Payment Source ForecastsIndustry StructureIndustry Composition | Industry Leaders | Additional Companies Cited
 Elder Care Services: United States
 2012 by The Freedonia Group, Inc.
Scope and Method
This report forecasts US elder care service revenues in US dollars. Total revenues aresegmented by service type in terms of:
 skilled nursing care facilities
 home healthcare services
 social services
 continuing care facilities
 assisted living facilities.Total revenues are also segmented by payment source in terms of:
 private insurance
 other payment sources such as funding from the US Department ofVeterans Affairs (VA), private grants, and charitable donations.Total revenues and the various segments are sized at five-year intervals for historicalyears 2006 and 2011 with a forecast to 2016. Forecasts emanate from the identificationand analysis of pertinent statistical relationships and other historical trends/events aswell as their expected progression/impact over the forecast period. Changes inquantities between reported years of a given total or segment are typically provided interms of five-year compound annual growth rates (CAGRs). For the sake of brevity,forecasts are generally stated in smoothed CAGR-based descriptions to the forecastyear, such as “demand is projected to rise 3.2% annually through 2016.” The result ofany particular year over that period, however, may exhibit volatility and depart from asmoothed, long-term trend, as historical data typically illustrate.Key macroeconomic indicators are also provided at five-year intervals with CAGRs forthe years corresponding to other reported figures. Other various topics, includingprofiles of pertinent leading suppliers, are covered in this report. A full outline of reportitems by page is available in the Table of Contents. 
Elder Care Services: United States 
is based on 
,a comprehensiveindustry study published by The Freedonia Group in December 2012. Reported findingsrepresent the synthesis of data from various primary, secondary, macroeconomic, anddemographic sources including:
Elder Care Services: United States
 2012 by The Freedonia Group, Inc.
 firms participating in the industry
 government/public agencies
 national, regional, and international non-governmental organizations
 trade associations and their publications
 the business and trade press
 The Freedonia Group Consensus Forecasts dated August 2012
 the findings of other industry studies by The Freedonia Group.Specific sources and additional resources are listed in theResourcessection of thispublication for reference and to facilitate further research.
Industry Codes
The topic of this report is related to the following industry codes:
North American Industry Classification System
Standard Industry Codes
621610623110623312624120Home Health Care ServicesNursing Care FacilitiesHomes for the ElderlyServices for the Elderly and Personswith Disabilities805180528059808283228361Skilled Nursing Care FacilitiesIntermediate Care FacilitiesNursing and Personal Care Facilities, NECHome Health Care ServicesIndividual and Family Social ServicesResidential Care (homes for the elderly)
Copyright and Licensing
e full report
is protected by copyright laws of the United States of America andinternational treaties. The entire contents of th
publication are copyrighted by TheFreedonia Group, Inc.

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