Health care consultants are becoming increasingly popular.
And that’s according to the World Health Organization.
Health Care consulting is a sector that is expected to grow at an annualized rate of about 6.5% by 2020, according to a report released Wednesday by the organization.
It predicts that the industry will generate $7.2 trillion in revenue by that time.
This includes the $4.7 trillion in health care-related revenue that the sector generated in 2016, according a separate report from the same organization.
That’s up from the $2.2 billion in revenue forecast in the same report in 2017.
But it’s still nowhere near as much as the $15 trillion in gross domestic product that the healthcare industry generated in 2020.
Health care consultants, however, do represent about 20% of all health care professionals, according the report.
That means that they will make up about 6% of the overall workforce.
And they will generate about 6%.
By 2020, the sector will generate more than $7 trillion worth of healthcare-related income, according that report.
The report is based on data from the WHO’s Health Professional Network.
The group, which is a consortium of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and the World Bank, estimates that the total number of health professionals worldwide will reach 7.4 million by 2020.
By 2020 the industry is expected in its most important areas of growth: health, personal care, financial services, and health care related industries.
The sector is expected expand at a 6% annual rate from 2020 to 2030.
For comparison, the healthcare sector is projected to grow by just 2% per year in 2020, while the overall economy is expected grow by about 5%.
In 2020, health care consulting is expected generate $3.5 trillion in global revenue.
That represents a 6.2% growth in the sector’s revenue and 6.4% growth overall.
In 2020 the healthcare consulting industry will have revenues of $7,851.8 billion, up from $6,894.4 billion in 2020 and $5,871.3 billion in 2016.
The forecast is based solely on data generated by the WHO and is subject to revision as more data is gathered.
The growth of health care is expected largely to result from increasing the supply chain for health services, the report notes.
“This trend will also result in the need for increased skills and capital investment, which will boost productivity and competitiveness of healthcare services,” the report said.
That trend is particularly apparent in the health care industry, as the sector expects to generate more jobs and revenues in the area of health and medical services in 2020 than any other sector.
It’s also expected to lead to increased demand for services in the private sector, as healthcare consulting will become more important for delivering those services, which are typically delivered by a variety of other providers.