By the end of 2012, the number of elders aged over 60 had reached 194 million in China; this number will reach 243 million by 2020 and exceed 300 million by 2025. By the end of 2012, there were nearly 45,000 nursing institutions for the aged and about 4,313,000 beds all over China; averagely, per thousand elderly people owned 22.24 beds, and the total number of beds only accounted for 2% of the number of elderly people, which was lower than the level of 5% to 7% in the developed countries. The short supply situation is very common for urban and rural nursing institutions. Currently, the proportion of private nursing homes is less than 20% in China. The proportion of private nursing homes and public nursing homes is 5:5 or 4:6 in the first-tier cities, such as Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou. The private nursing institutions develop most rapidly in Tianjin and the proportion has reached more than 70%. "Research and Development Trend of China Nursing Home Market, 2013" mainly conducted in-depth market survey on the status quo of China's nursing home market, and also introduced foreign management experience, development status of typical regions, as well as the status quo of typical private nursing homes; and also, this report revealed the future development opportunities and offered suggestions for the sustainable and stable development of China's nursing homes, so as to provide decision-making reference to the investors.
1. Development Overview of China's Nursing Home Industry 1.1 Definition and Classification 1.1.1 Definition 1.1.2 Classification 1.2 Development History 1.3 Current Main Ways of Old-age Care 1.3.1 Family Supporting 1.3.2 Institution Care 1.3.3 Home-based Care 2. Development and Management Model Overview of Nursing Homes in Foreign Countries 2.1 The United States 2.2 Britain 2.3 Japan 2.4 Denmark 3. China's Development Environment of Nursing Home 3.1 Social Environment, 2012 3.1.1 Population Size and Structure 3.1.2 Process of Population Aging 3.1.3 Population Aging has become an Important Livelihood Issue in China 3.2 Policy Environment 4. Development Status of China's Nursing Home 4.1 Overall Situation 4.2 Public Nursing Homes Present Short Supply; the Development of Private Nursing Homes is Frustrated 4.2.1 Public Nursing Homes Present Short Supply 4.2.2 The Development of Private Nursing Homes is Frustrated 4.3 Goal of Development 5. Development of China's Nursing Home Industry in Representative Regions 5.1 Development in Beijing 5.1.1 Municipal Welfare Houses: Lots People are Waiting to Enter 5.1.2 Community Nursing Homes: Uneven Conditions 5.1.3 Private Nursing Homes: Diversified Selections 5.2 Development in Shanghai 5.3 Development in Tianjin 5.4 Development in Chengdu 6. Typical Enterprises in China's Nursing Home Industry 6.1 Cuncaochunhui Home for the Aged 6.1.1 Geographical Location 6.1.2 Target Consumers 6.1.3 Charge 6.1.4 Operating Cost 6.1.5 Daily Life of the Aged 6.1.6 Publicity 6.2 Beijing Ming Tombs Wenxin Apartment for the Aged 6.2.1 Basic Information 6.2.2 Business Condition 6.3 Shanghai Riyuexing Chain Nursing Home 6.3.1 Basic Information 6.3.2 Competitive Advantages 6.4 Chengdu Yuanyuan Apartment for the Aged 6.4.1 Basic Information 6.4.2 Business Condition 6.5 Tianjin TEDA International Nursing Home 6.5.1 Basic Information 6.5.2 Charging Standard 6.5.3 Development Planning 7. Future Development Opportunities and Suggestions for the Management Mode Development 7.1 Development Opportunities 7.1.1 Status Quo of Population Aging 7.1.2 Children's Pressure Caused by One-child Policy 7.1.3 Supporting of Related National Policies 7.2 Suggestions for the Management Mode Development 7.2.1 Suggestions to the Nursing Homes 7.2.2 Suggestions to the Government 7.3 Suggestions for the Development of Private Nursing Homes 7.3.1 Government Departments should Formulate Preferential Policies for the Private Nursing Homes 7.3.2 Proper Government Subsidies 7.3.3 Develop NGO 7.3.3 Encourage Civil Donation
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