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Research and Development Trend of China Independent Clinical Laboratory Market, 2013-2017
Date:12/4/2013

-end project reserves and many laboratories are widely distributed; Adicon and Dian placed on the second, Adicon has high-end project reserves and strict quality control standards, while Dian owns differentiation competitive advantages such as level-to-level administration laboratories, increase output and “ agency + service ” mode for reducing purchasing costs etc.; DAAN Gene started late (2007), so it is slightly inferior to the other three enterprises.

“Research and Development Trend of China Independent Clinical Laboratory Market, 2013-2017” mainly conducts an in-depth market research on development environment and market status quo of China independent clinical laboratory industry, makes an analysis of domestic market status quo, supply and demand, upstream and downstream industries and business performance of key enterprises, meanwhile makes a forecast for the industry so as to provide a decision-making reference for enterprises to understand and invest such industry.

Table of Contents

1. Overview of Independent Clinical Laboratory
1.1 Definition
1.2 Business Pattern
1.3 Technological Level and Technical Characteristics

2. Development History of Independent Clinical Laboratory Industry
2.1 Development Status Quo of Foreign Independent Clinical Laboratory
2.1.1 Background
2.1.2 Development of American Independent Clinical Laboratory
2.2 Development of China’s Independent Clinical Laboratory

3. Development Environment of Independent Clinical Laboratory
3.1 Cost Control in Public Hospital
3.2 Increased Treatments in Basic Medical Institutions
3.3 Rapid Development of Private Hospitals
3.4 Industry Supervision System
3.5 Policies and Major Regulations

4. Development of China Independent Clinical Laboratory Industry
4.1 Status Quo of China Independent Clinical Laboratory Market
4.1.1 Market Capacity
4.1.2
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