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Medical Facility Feasibility Study

A hospital or medical feasibility study is a crucial step in evaluating the viability of a new hospital project. By conducting a thorough analysis of the local healthcare market, economic conditions, and competition, a feasibility study helps determine whether there is a need for the proposed hospital, and whether it can be financially viable.


Determining demand for hospital services involves analyzing various factors that influence patient needs and preferences. Some of the key factors to consider when assessing demand for hospital services include:

  1. Population demographics: Understanding the age, income, education, and health status of the population can help predict future demand for hospital services.

  2. Disease trends: Monitoring changes in the incidence and prevalence of diseases can help hospitals identify areas of high demand for specific services.

  3. Health insurance coverage: Analyzing the type and level of health insurance coverage in a specific area can help predict demand for hospital services.

  4. Competitor analysis: Understanding the services and capabilities of competing hospitals can help identify gaps in the market and areas of high demand.

  5. Health technology advancements: Keeping abreast of new technologies and treatments can help hospitals anticipate changes in demand for services.

  6. Consumer preferences: Understanding patient preferences and expectations for care can help hospitals tailor their services to meet demand.

In order to determine demand, MMCG may use a combination of data sources, including government health statistics, market research surveys, and claims data from insurance providers. MMCG uses market research, such as focus groups or patient satisfaction surveys, to gather more specific information about local demand for services.


When conducting a hospital feasibility study, key factors to consider include:

  • Market demand: Evaluate the current and projected demand for hospital services in the local area, including population demographics, disease trends, and health insurance coverage.

  • Competitor analysis: Evaluate the services and capabilities of existing hospitals in the area, including strengths, weaknesses, and market share.

  • Financial viability: Assess the potential financial performance of the proposed hospital, including revenue projections, operating costs, and potential sources of funding.

  • Regulatory environment: Evaluate the regulatory environment for hospitals in the area, including licensing and certification requirements, and any potential barriers to entry.

  • Infrastructure: Evaluate the existing infrastructure in the area, including transportation, utilities, and available real estate, to determine whether it can support a new hospital.


By conducting a comprehensive hospital feasibility study, healthcare organizations can make informed decisions about the viability of a new hospital project and plan for its successful development and operation.

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Wyoming 82801

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