Healthcare Facilities Management

Healthcare Facilities Management Market Report 2020-2027

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The global healthcare facilities management market is growing at a CAGR of 12.75% over forecast period 2020 to 2027 and to reach US$ 405 billion by 2027 .

What is healthcare facility management service?

Healthcare facility management services are non-core services of a healthcare facility have appeared as indispensable services in the expedition to deliver good in-patient care and competent running of a healthcare capacity. Healthcare facility management service suppliers are approving innovative ICT to address the growing prospects of healthcare organizations.

Health facilities management has existed as its own specialization inside the facility management industry. Medical buildings like hospitals would subcontract non-clinical tasks to generate sterile working circumstances whereas they dedicated on offering patient care. At present, health and FM are no longer identical with Health Facilities Management (HFM) associated with the medical industry but as one of the budding novel trends within facility management that manages facilities for wellbeing and health.

Growth Factors

Currently, occurrences of chronic and rare diseases and elevated geriatric population in Europe and North America demanding sophisticated medical facilities. This is leading to escalation in the number of healthcare facilities that supports the growth of healthcare facility management services. Further, IoT and supplementary new ICT (Information and Communication Technology) are flourishing the healthcare facility management market.

There has been upsurge in the amount of international and national facility management contracts all over the globe. In 2000, there were only a few international facility management contracts, which in future on augmented to double digits by 2010. This comprised a growth in international healthcare facility management contracts. Such growth in various types of contracts is fueling growth of healthcare facility management market.

COVID-19 Landscape

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. The virus is spreading globally, with people traveling much more f frequently, living in more densely populated areas, and coming into contact with infected people. Various outbreaks occurred in the past, but did not reach a global pandemic level, as the novel coronavirus reaches. With this pandemic outbreak, the burden of both morbidity and mortality has increased exponentially and is leading to major disruptions in economic, social, and other aspects. In addition, the major burden has been fallen onto the healthcare sector and related inf restructure, even in the most developed countries with advanced and next level healthcare systems.

As per the WHO, the total cases of COVID-19 surpassed millions of cases as of many, 2020 worldwide. The outbreak has stepped into almost every country, globally, due to which the number of infected patients is rising, which is straining the countries’ healthcare ecosystem and resources. This is mainly on account of intensifying demand for healthcare facilities, workers; and most importantly medical equipment, devices, drugs, and researches. In almost every country, authorities are worried by continuously reducing availability of essential commodities, personal protective equipment (PPE), drugs/vaccines, testing kits, and others; and capacity to effectively manage the growing number of infected patients.

The recent dynamics of the entire healthcare facilities management industry have changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Though there was a lockdown worldwide for few months, the unlock process in all the countries has begun. However, even during the lockdown the healthcare facilities managementindustry saw a positive growth. The patients requiring urgent medical care were still being observed. Fluctuations in the supply & demand channels as a result of the strict lockdown measures imposed has caused disorder among several organizations. With regards to the uncertainty of revenue in the near term, companies are expected to face challenges even once the global economy rises from the pandemic.

Market Opportunities

Technological Advancements

  • Healthcare facility management market is observing a change in technology to advance facility monitoring, efficiency and cost effectiveness.
  • IoT is anticipated to transform the current healthcare BAS (Building Automation System). Implementation of new ICT such as IoT by facility management service providers is anticipated to empower healthcare facilities access real-time information via interconnected sensors that may aid them to enhance manage their business.
  • The launch of new chemicals for hospital cleaning is also expected to increase the efficiency.
  • The launch of latest technologies and automation of the existing ones is expected to open new avenues for the global healthcare facilities management market.

Global Healthcare Facilities Management Market Revenue (USD Billion) and Growth Rate Comparison by Hard Services(2016-2027)

Hard Services 2016 2019 2027 CAGR % (2020-2027)
Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance 16.8 24.2 66.1 13.45%
Plumbing, Air Conditioning Maintenance 19.6 28.8 83.5 14.26%
Fire Protection Systems 13.7 19.6 52.4 13.15%
Others 5.5 7.2 14.5 9.10%
Total 55.6 79.9 216.6 13.34%

Company Overview | ABM Industries Inc

  Description
Company name ABM Industries Inc
Website www.abm.com
History In 1909, Morris Rosenberg, the company’s founder, began cleaning shopkeepers’ windows in San Francisco, CA. The company took the name American Building Maintenance in 1913 and acquired Easterday Janitorial Supply Company in 1927.
Employee 140,000
Locations North America, Central America, Europe, North Africa, Middle East.
Competitors ISS World Services A/S, Jones Lang LaSalle, IP, Inc, Rekeep S.p.a. (Manutencoop Facility Management S.p.A.), Medxcel Facility Management, Mitie Group plc, Aramark Corporation, Compass Group plc, and Ecolab, Inc.

Service Offerings

Service Specification
Facility Services for Healthcare ·         ABM has the experience and expertise to help balance infrastructure and service needs with the core operational requirements.

·         Skilled and caring service professionals trained for the unique challenges of healthcare facilities impact more than budget lines.

·         They can lessen emotional distress and heighten the well-being of patients, guests, and staff.

·         Focused on enhancing the patient experience, ABM supports the goals and core values of hospitals, medical offices, or senior living facilities.

Revenue, and Gross Margin (2016 -2019)

  2016 2017 2018 2019
Revenue (USD Billion) 2.86 3.00 3.51 3.51
Gross Margin (%) 9.50% 10.22% 10.80% 11.20%

Some of the noteworthy players in the healthcare facilities management market include:

  • ABM Industries Inc
  • ISS World Services A/S
  • Jones Lang LaSalle, IP, Inc
  • Manutencoop Facility Management S.p.A.
  • Medxcel Facility Management
  • Mitie Group plc
  • Aramark Corporation
  • Compass Group plc
  • Ecolab, Inc.
  • OCS Group
  • Secro Group plc
  • Sodexo
  • Vanguard Resources
  • UEM Edgenta Berhad

Segments Covered in the Report

By Service Type

  • Hard Services
  • Soft Services

 By Hard Service Type

  • Mechanical and Electrical Maintenance
  • Plumbing, Air Conditioning Maintenance
  • Fire Protection Systems
  • Others

By Soft Service Type

  • Laundry
  • Waste Management
  • Cleaning & Pest Control
  • Catering
  • Security
  • Others

By Regional Outlook

  • North America
    • U.S.
    • Canada
  • Europe
    • U.K.
    • Germany
    • France
  • Asia Pacific
    • China
    • India
    • Japan
    • South Korea
  • Middle East & Africa
  • Latin America

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