The Iranian health care industry was named one of the world's most robust health systems by the World Health Organisation (WHO). Currently, the health care spending in Iran is 6.7%. The healthcare industry in Iran was estimated at close to $33 billion in 2015 and is expected to witness an estimated CAGR of 5% during the coming 5 years.
- Rapid population growth combined with a lack of medical facilities drives local demand to add 100 000 new hospital beds
- Post-sanction era calls for urgent need to upgrade medical equipment, rehabilitation and dialysis centres
- Government aims to attract foreign experts, researchers and advisers to aid in the development of the new “Industrial Pharmaceutical City” which will contain 100 innovative and cutting-edge companies providing a full spectrum of health care services
- Challenging process to find suitable partners, distributors, and suppliers
- Unclear due diligence and screening procedure
- Lack of efficient and modern hospital management competence
Swecare, Business Sweden, and the Embassy of Sweden in Tehran invite you to participate in a trade delegation led by H.E. Gabriel Wikström, Minister for Health Care, Public Health and Sport on December 4th - 6th, 2016.
This exclusive opportunity will allow selected Swedish companies to address business opportunities and meet directly with key stakeholders within Iran’s health care sector.