Best Specialized Hospitals Asia Pacific 2024

Based on an international online survey of thousands of medical professionals, existing accreditations and certifications, and a PROMs implementation survey, the leading hospitals in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region in 9 medical fields were awarded for the second time in cooperation with Newsweek. The 9 medical fields are: Cardiology, Endocrinology, Neurology, Oncology, Orthopedics, Pediatrics and for the first time Cardiac Surgery, Neurosurgery and Pulmonology.

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Best Specialized Hospitals Asia Pacific 2024

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Statista PROMs implementation survey

To account for the increasing importance of value-based care in healthcare systems worldwide, Statista is surveying hospitals regarding their Patient-Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) implementation status. PROMs are defined as standardized, validated questionnaires completed by patients to measure their perception of their functional well-being and quality of life related to an episode or experience of care.

Newsweek and Statista recognize the importance of this topic for global advancements in health care delivery and, together with the guidance of Statista’s global board of medical experts, have developed a survey about the implementation and use of PROMs across different specialties and departments in hospitals. The implementation of PROMs adds a patient-outcome focused dimension and improves the comprehensiveness of the rankings.

The upcoming survey period for the PROMs implementation survey will begin in autumn 2024 and will be open for participation here.

Pre-Registration is available here (Please make sure to whitelist the email address: hospitals@ranking.statista-research.com):

Statista Smart Hospitals Maturity Survey

Registration for the Statista Smart Hospitals Maturity Survey, which dives into the implementation status of smart technologies of leading hospitals across different countries, is available here:

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About the project

The ranking for Best Specialized Hospitals Asia-Pacific (APAC) 2024 is based on an international online survey of thousands medical professionals as well as accreditation and certification data. The ranking features the top 100 hospitals for cardiology, oncology and pediatrics as well as the top 75 hospitals for cardiac surgery, endocrinology, neurology, neurosurgery, orthopedics, pulmonology.
Hospitals that specialize in more than one medical field received specific recommendation scores for each medical field based on the respective recommendations. Therefore, one hospital can be represented in more than one list if it receives enough recommendations in each medical field.
Furthermore, this edition of the ranking includes a PROMs implementation score based on the voluntary Patient-Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) implementation survey conducted by Statista. The upcoming survey period for the PROMs implementation survey will begin in autumn 2024 and will be open for participation here.

2000+

Hospitals evaluated

9

countries included

750

Hospitals awarded

methodology

How we work

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Scoring

The scoring model is based on 3 pillars: Primary and secondary hospital recommendations from medical experts, accreditations and certifications, and the voluntary PROMs implementation survey.

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Concept

Participants were asked to recommend hospitals based on their expertise in one primary medical field (e.g. Cardiology for Cardiologists) and were able to choose an optional secondary area of expertise in which they are also knowledgeable (e.g. due to frequent cooperation with other medical fields).

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Data collection

Medical experts were invited by Statista and Newsweek to participate in an online survey to recommend hospitals on a national and international level. Recommendations for own employer were not allowed.

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Evaluation

For the evaluation, Statista R applies a scoring model. Scores were calculated for each hospital in each of the three categories and weighted accordingly: International recommendations (56.5%, consisting of 70% recommendations from peers for primary medical field and 30% recommendations from peers for secondary medical field), national recommendations (35%), certifications (5%) and PROMs (3.5%).

A detailed report on our methodology is available here.

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