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Anaesthesia workstations: Is monitoring affecting product choice?April 21, 2015The market for anaesthesia devices is largely divided into stand-alone anaesthesia machines and anaesthesia workstations (those sold with a patient monitor of the same brand). Stand-alone anaesthesia machines leave the manufacturer without a patient monitor, but are typically able to connect to patient monitors of different brands, allowing for standardisation of patient monitors used across the hospital. Anaesthesia workstations leave the manufacturer with a fully integrated patient monitor (of the same brand) interfacing with the anaesthesia machine. There are benefits to both of these systems; however, the perceived value of these benefits differs between care providers and regions.
Hospital Overcrowding to Spur New Opportunities for Medical Technology Market in ChinaApril 15, 2015The rapid expansion of healthcare spending in China has led to improved healthcare facilities increased patient access. As a result, pressure on large metropolitan hospitals has intensified. Overcrowding is now increasingly common in large hospitals, putting at risk China’s target to achieve the 90% patient in-county-visit rate by 2020.
More T, doctor? No thanksApril 02, 2015More T, doctor? No thanks
What does the future hold for premium ultrasound systems in a cost sensitive market?April 02, 2015What does the future hold for premium ultrasound systems in a cost sensitive market?
Workflow, scalability, clinical focus drive CT salesApril 02, 2015Workflow, scalability, clinical focus drive CT sales
Continuity of platforms - the next era of engagement in wearable technology.March 27, 2015Within six months of purchase, one-third of consumers put their wearable activity monitors in the sock drawer to never pick them up again. While this has been the general consensus of several user surveys, IHS does not believe this tells the full story surrounding engagement, nor does it serve as a predictor of future uptake for wearable monitoring.
Apple reveals Apple Watch pricingMarch 10, 2015The Apple Watch will come in two sizes (38mm and 42mm), three version (Apple Watch Sport, Apple Watch, and Apple Watch Edition), and two colours per version for a total of 12 variants. Prices for the Apple Watch will range from $349 for...Subscribers Only
Cost-containment strategies - driving demand in respiratory marketsMarch 10, 2015The global healthcare market continues to be influenced by ongoing cost-containment strategies in an attempt to limit growing healthcare expenditure. Focus on work-flow efficiency, patient compliance and patient-centric care are just some of the strategies being employed to streamline spending, particularly in markets where profit margins are becoming increasingly tight. The respiratory care market, including the markets for ventilators and sleep devices, is no exception to this trend; such strategies are driving the use of efficient and cost-effective devices.
Talent Management to Drive Medical Human Capital Management MarketMarch 10, 2015Labor expenses can represent between 50 to 60 percent of a hospital’s operating expenses on average. Despite the high cost of sustaining a clinical team of care professionals, many hospitals and physician practices have yet to develop a proactive strategy for managing their future workforce requirements. Part of the struggle with this strategic planning is trying to balance changing workforce demographics, recruitment and retention needs, reimbursement reform, shifting service delivery models and the evolving capabilities of IT systems.Subscribers Only
Uncertainty of Looming ICD-10 Deadline in Healthcare Driving Focus on EDIMarch 10, 2015Although the switch to the 10th revision of the International Classification of Diseases code set (ICD-10) was delayed again last year, the October 1 deadline for this year looks set to be upheld.Subscribers Only
How is obesity impacting the anaesthesia market?March 09, 2015Worldwide obesity has more than doubled in the last 25 years; in 2014 over 600 million adults were obese according to statistics provided by the World Health Organization (WHO). The increasing incidence of obesity in both developed and developing countries is proving a considerable challenge to anaesthesia departments.
CMS to cover lung-cancer screening with low dose CTMarch 02, 2015The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has recently announced plans to provide immediate coverage for the use of low-dose computerized tomography (CT) for lung-cancer screening in the United States.
Sensor highlights of Wearable Technologies conference in MunichMarch 02, 2015While everybody is still waiting for the Apple Watch the wearable conference which took place in Munich was a good display of new devices and trends with regard to use of sensors in wearables. Interestingly there were 2 separate sessions for “wrist-worn” wearable first and “head-worn” wearables... See subscriber comment...Subscribers Only
Breas Medical AB expanding its reach in the ventilator marketFebruary 17, 2015Breas Medical AB, the Swedish-based manufacturer of respiratory care devices, is working to expand its global coverage through acquisition of, and partnership with, competing suppliers.
Clinical care devices need to get smartFebruary 10, 2015The damage brought by avoidable adverse events in the hospital setting is placing increasing strain on the financial resources of health providers—so much so, that new legislation is being implemented to ensure that such events are correctly documented for future reference. In the U.S., reimbursement of treatment cost is withheld from the provider if the treatment is provided due to the occurrence of an adverse event. Providers, therefore, are increasingly aware of the necessity to collect patient data to make sure that hospitals are adhering to reimbursement and reporting requirements.
Development in infusion pump connectivity needed to support home careFebruary 10, 2015The continued pressure on healthcare spending in mature markets is driving demand for cost-effective treatment solutions. In response, home and alternate-site care markets are growing in number and expanding their reach.
Focus growing to detect deterioration in patient status; continuous monitoring increasesFebruary 10, 2015With increasing focus to improve patient outcomes and reduce costs, the importance of continuously monitoring patients throughout their treatment pathway in the hospital is growing.
Pfizer to acquire Hospira – what does this mean for infusion pumps?February 10, 2015On February 5th 2015, Pfizer announced its plan to acquire Lake Forest, Illinois-based Hospira Inc. News surrounding the proposed merger announcement has primarily focused on Hospira’s drug offerings – but what does this mean for Hospira’s infusion pump devices portfolio?
Surgery moving to 4K displays, but how quick will uptake be?February 10, 2015As product innovations such as 4K resolution drive increased clarity of images, there is uncertainty as to how quickly the medical displays market will change.
Carestream Makes Waves in Ultrasound Market with Launch of TouchFebruary 03, 2015Carestream launched its first venture into the ultrasound market with the introduction of its Carestream Touch ultrasound system at RSNA 2014.