DUBLIN – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – The “European health insurance market, by type of insurance provider (public, private and independent health insurers), by type of cover (individual against family), by duration of cover (term against life) , by The Mode of Purchase report, by end users, by country, forecast and opportunities, 2026 “has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.
The European health insurance market was valued at USD 272.78 billion in 2020 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.07% through 2026.
Health care coverage is a form of protection that pays for medical expenses incurred by policyholders in the event of a medical emergency. It offers quick reimbursement to people with illnesses for a low premium. The market is driven by the growing awareness of the population of modern healthcare facilities.
In addition, Europe has a highly regulated healthcare infrastructure in which many public and private health insurance companies are well established and compete with each other. In addition, the European government provides grants to citizens who cannot afford health insurance policies.
Health insurance coverage largely requires that the covered policyholder assume part of the risk by covering up-front medical costs up to a settled amount before health care coverage is compulsory for payment. The extent of coverage varies depending on policy conditions, which are influenced by age, illness, government policies and other factors. In addition, the government has taken various initiatives to provide health insurance facilities to people.
The European health insurance market is expected to experience significant growth, due to poor lifestyles of people, an increase in the number of people with chronic illnesses, an increasing number of road accidents and accidents. ‘increased health care costs such as high prescriptions. costs, etc. The improvement in the GDP of many countries has resulted in the growth of the health insurance market in Europe.
The rising cost of quality health care and medical services, especially in private hospitals, has resulted in increased demand for health insurance. The cost of hospital treatment is enough to deplete a person’s savings if one does not have insurance. This makes Medicare a necessity. In many countries, the government has made health insurance compulsory for both public and private workers.
In addition, with the sudden outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic across the world, countries like Italy and Spain have been severely affected and health insurance providers have now started providing coverage for novel coronavirus disease, thus propelling the growth of the market.
The European health insurance market is segmented on the basis of type of insurance provider, type of coverage, duration of coverage, mode of purchase, end users, company and region. . Depending on the type of insurance provider, the European health insurance market is divided into public, private and autonomous health providers.
Among these, the public segment is expected to dominate the market as it provides quick referral to a consultant, advanced treatment option, and fast and flexible treatment time. In addition, the European government has also taken steps to offer different forms of healthcare to citizens, resulting in a significant part of the European population preferring public health insurance providers.
Based on the length of coverage, the market can be divided into term and lifetime. Here, the lifetime segment is expected to dominate the market during the forecast period as most health insurance providers offer lifetime coverage in their health insurance plans.
Some of the major players in the European health insurance market are
Zurich Insurance Group
Assicurazioni Generali SpA
Dai-ichi Life International (Europe) Limited
Years considered for this report:
Historical years: 2016-2020
Baseline year: 2020
Estimated year: 2021
Forecast period: 2022-2026
Main topics covered:
1. Product overview
2. Research methodology
3. Impact of COVID-19 on the European health insurance market
4. Executive summary
5. Voice of the customer
5.1. Factors Affecting the Purchase Decision
5.2. Challenges Customers Face After Health Insurance Plans
5.3. Brand awareness
6. Outlook for the European health insurance market
6.1. Market size and forecast
6.1.1. By value
6.2. Market share and forecasts
6.2.1. By type of insurance provider (public, private, independent health insurers)
6.2.2. By type of cover (individual vs family)
6.2.3. By duration of coverage (duration vs lifespan)
6.2.4. By purchasing method (insurance agents, direct company representatives, online portal)
6.2.5. By end users (adults, minors, seniors)
6.2.6. By company (2020)
6.2.7. By country
6.3. Market Map
6.4. Europe: analysis by country
6.4.1. Health insurance market in Germany
6.4.2. UK Health Insurance Market
6.4.3. Health insurance market in France
6.4.4. Health insurance market in Italy
6.4.5. Health insurance market in Spain
6.4.6. Dutch health insurance market
6.4.7. Swiss health insurance market
6.4.8. Swedish health insurance market
6.4.9. Belgian health insurance market
6.4.10. Health insurance market in Denmark
7. Market dynamics
8. Market trends and developments
9. Competitive landscape
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