The medical publishing industry [http://www.marketresearchreports.biz/analysis/182505] can be credited for bringing cutting-edge research and data to the fingertips of the scientific community. There are a number of medical publishing companies that specialize in peer reviews, medical journals, and other publications that carry the very latest developments and initiatives in the medical sector.
Important as this industry may be, market analysts predict a marginal decline in the medical publishing industry. According to one report, the medical publishing market will likely report a decline of 0.5% between 2013 and 2018. The uncertain macroeconomic conditions are expected to adversely impact the overall medical publishing industry. Yet, a larger problem faced by this industry is similar to that faced by the publishing industry at large: A transition from print to digital delivery. A number of books and journals are now delivered to the medical fraternity via digital platforms. Yet, some of this negative impact is likely to be mitigated by the changing global landscape where new opportunities for the medical publishing industry will emerge.
The medical publishing industry reports featured on MRRBiz carry analyses and recommendations by industry experts. These reports cover the global market and narrowed-down research studies on regional markets. These reports are a complete source of information on the medical publishing industry such as: CAGR, growth forecasts, segment-wise growth figures, opportunity assessment, and competitive analysis. It also discusses emerging revenue models for companies that publish medical journals.
The competitive analysis is based on key vendors in the medical publishing business such as: Springer Science+Business Media GmbH, Informa plc, Reed Elsevier plc, John Wiley & Sons Inc., Wolters Kluwer N.V. and Truven Health Analytics Inc.