Barnes Reports Offices of Physicians Industry (NAICS 62111) 2011 Capital & Expenses Series is a cost-effective, easy way of gathering all the current and forecast information and industry demographics that you need for your business plans, research reports on physician organizations, market analysis and industry profiling.
Offices of Physicians Industry 2011 Capital & Expenses Series includes establishments primarily of licensed practitioners having the degree of M.D. and engaged in the practice of general or specialized medicine and surgery. Establishments operating as clinics of physicians are included in this business.
- 2011 cost of materials (materials used, contract work, electricity, fuels)
- 2011 capital expenditures (buildings, machinery, vehicles, computers, depreciation)
- 2011 HR expenses (payroll, health insurance, retirement/pension plans)
- 2011 other expenses (expensed equipment, repair/maintenance, advertising, taxes)
- 2012 forecast data
- 50 U.S. States & 900+ Metro Areas
Table of Contents
- Users' Guide
- Industry Definition and Related Industries
- Industry Establishments, Sales & Employment Trends
- Industry Ratios
- 2010 Establishments, Firms & Payroll
- 2010 Industry Cost of Materials
- 2010 Industry Rentals
- 2010 Industry Capital Expenditures
- 2010 Industry Other Expenses
- 2011 U.S. States - Estimated Cost of Materials
- 2011 U.S. States - Estimated Capital Expenditures
- 2011 U.S. States - Estimated Other Expenses
- 2012 U.S. States - Estimated Cost of Materials
- 2012 U.S. States - Estimated Capital Expenditures
- 2012 U.S. States - Estimated Other Expenses
- 2011 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Cost of Materials
- 2011 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Capital Expenditures
- 2011 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Other Expenses
- 2012 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Cost of Materials
- 2012 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Capital Expenditures
- 2012 U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Estimated Other Expenses
- Definitions and Terms
The Barnes Reports are the leading publications on U.S. industries and estimates and forecasts on sales and employment demographics. As a way of making the most of this information, we have included a few suggestions and tips to aid you in processing and using this information. Managers, planners, and market researchers use this information for a variety of activities:
- Sizing markets and segments: You can estimate the size of the regional markets you sell in, and your company's market penetration into that market. You can do the same with the market segments in which you participate.
- Sales territory potential: You can estimate your market penetration and also the market potential in any regional area or market segment.
- Sales forecasting: With the estimates on the size of the industry, market researchers supporting a sales force can then estimate and forecast the future size of the industry.
- Advertising strategies: You can use this information for forecasting and estimating sales potential and target advertising campaigns.
- Competitive analysis: You will use the information to locate your possible competitors (if it is not already known), to estimate their size, growth and strengths and weaknesses and to see what market segments in which they participate.
We recognize that many managers today are asked to provide detailed analysis of their markets, sales territories, distribution channels, and product placements. We have organized these reports in a logical format making your market analysis and research tasks easy to accomplish.
Barnes Reports provide the most current and cost-effective demographic data and market reports for the U.S. Healthcare Industry. Reports are estimates and forecasts based on a proprietary economic model which provides data that is timely, accurate and cost-effective (as compared with more expensive primary research and survey information.) This report provides estimates of the size and characteristics of the industry. These estimates are produced by a proprietary economic model that is based on a number of sources and factors:
1. The size and characteristics of the largest U.S. industries (based on the U.S. Bureau of the Census publications, such as the U.S. Census 2000, U.S. Statistical Abstract, and County Business Patterns).
2. The forecast estimates for establishments and employment (regression analysis on historical trends from Census statistics listed above).
3. The forecast estimates for industry sales based on Census statistics (as well as a secondary research from sources such as Dunn & Bradstreet, Hoover's, the Economist, trade association research, and private research studies), historical industry sales trends and inflation rates. We use a number of sources to provide a consensus estimate.
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