Understanding Healthcare Foodservice
Representing $14.7 billion of the foodservice industry and having above average forecasted growth over the next five years, the healthcare segment is a prime channel for suppliers servicing the segment. Despite pending changes to legislation and an aging population, there is still plenty of opportunity to shape the future.
Measure the progression of the healthcare foodservice industry with Technomic’s 2018 Healthcare Foodservice Multi Client Study. Using a combination of surveys, on-site audits and headquarters interviews, this study focuses on providing the contemporary insights and perspectives necessary to forecast the outlook for each of the healthcare market sub-segments.
Use this study to:
- Determine the current and forecasted size of the healthcare foodservice market, including food, beverage, equipment, supplies, disposables and chemicals.
- Measure the impact of economic challenges, potential changes to or repeal of existing legislation and budget cuts on healthcare operators.
- Identify purchasing processes associated with GPOs and the potential challenges they bring.
- Discover how operators are responding to the evolution of patient and resident eating habits, and how the role of value-add attributes plays into their offerings.
Beyond Restaurant Scope
Acute Care Hospitals
Residential Disability Care Facilities
Continuous Care Retirement Centers (Independent Living and Assisted Living)
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