The healthcare sector in Algeria is still in its infancy, and imports are still a major source of income. Progress is sluggish, and while the population’s standard of living is rising, there have been an increasing number of reports in recent years of cardiovascular disease, cancer, hypertension, diabetes, respiratory disorders, and allergies.
Modern medical techniques including plastic surgery, panoramic dental radiography, and laser eye surgery are becoming more widely known among the general public.
It is often accepted that American products and technology are of the highest calibre. There is a sizable need for high-quality medical supplies and disposables in Algeria.
The Algeria Medical Devices Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Because a larger portion of the state budget is being allocated to the health sector, Algeria’s health metrics have improved. The public healthcare system and social security programme continue to benefit the population and the state budget thanks to billions of dollars in government spending over the last ten years.
However, Algeria has a number of issues with other middle-income nations, such as escalating healthcare access disparities and rising economic and social vulnerabilities.
The public health system is plagued by inadequate administration, low service quality, disarray, and excessive bureaucracy despite significant spending.
The sanitary crisis exposed systemic flaws and prompted the government to continue with numerous changes to modernise the industry. Five Regional Health Councils, Regional Health Observatories, and a Health and Population Directorate (one direction per wilaya) are part of the country’s national health system, which is centred on the Ministry of Health, Population, and Hospital Reforms (MSPRH).
The University Hospital Centers (CHU) and specialty hospitals are among the public health care facilities in Algeria, according to the health ministry (EHS).
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