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Providing high quality and in-depth market research and consultancy services to the medical device industry. Coverage includes medical imaging equipment, clinical care devices, healthcare IT, remote patient monitoring, consumer medical devices, medical displays, performance monitoring and other wearable technologies.
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  • Roeen Roashan | March 27, 2015
    Within 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.
  • Holly Ingram | March 10, 2015
    The 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.
  • Andrew Rebhan | March 10, 2015
    Labor 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.
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This research package includes four separate modules that provide market sizing, 5-year forecasts and sub-regional market share analysis for key respiratory markets. Each module includes quantitative analysis, supported by a qualitative assessment of the market, from macro-healthcare trends to market-specific factors. Please click on PDF to get more information on the markets covered.
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The wearable technology market is ramping dramatically and presents opportunity for explosive future growth. The world market for wearable technology reached $8.5 billion in revenues during 2012, with 96 million devices shipped. By 2018, unit shipments are forecast to reach 210 million...
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  • Roeen Roashan | February 28, 2015
    This report provides an up-to-date, all-inclusive description of the current market for consumer medical devices while identifying significant trends that will impact growth over the five-year forecast period, and it covers a broad spectrum of consumer medical devices from a diverse selection of medical field. Specific market characteristics such as size and growth rates, revenues, unit shipments, and competition are included. In addition, the interdependencies of technology, market platform, and consumer behavior are assessed.
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  • Nicola Goatman | January 30, 2015
    The Ultrasound Equipment Focus Report provides an analysis of the integration of ultrasound with healthcare IT platforms. The report provides an overview of existing healthcare IT systems, key considerations for the ultrasound market and strategic recommendations for developed and emerging markets.
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  • Jessica Edge | January 27, 2015
    IHS is pleased to announce the launch of the 2015 edition of the Infusion Pumps and Accessories report. Now in it’s fourth edition, this report will provide in-depth global coverage of the infusion pumps and accessories market through quantitative analysis supported by qualitative commentary.
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  • Respiratory Research Package
    Holly Ingram | February 06, 2015
    The balance between managing rising costs and providing an adequate level of care continues to drive the changes we see within the medical devices market, and respiratory care is no exception. Respiratory Research at IHS is available for bundled or ad hoc sale across a number of areas.
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  • Respiratory Research Package
    Holly Ingram | February 06, 2015
    The balance between managing rising costs and providing an adequate level of care continues to drive the changes we see within the medical devices market, and respiratory care is no exception. Respiratory Research at IHS is available for bundled or ad hoc sale across a number of areas.
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  • Shane Walker | December 23, 2014
    The wearable technology market is reaming dramatically. This service contains ongoing data, analysis and deep dive reports on the market with insights from analysts throughout IHS Technology. 24 product types, 5 industry applications and 160 companies are researched.
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Analysts View All (11)

  • Icon Principal Analyst, Medical Devices & Healthcare IT
    Kelly Patrick is a principal analyst within the medical devices and healthcare IT team, part of IHS technology. Kelly is focused primarily on developing market studies in the clinical care device...
  • Icon Director, Medical Technology
    Shane Walker manages the Medical Technology research portfolio at IHS. Shane’s current medical technology coverage areas include telehealth, medical displays, healthcare IT, sports monitoring and other wearable technology.
  • Icon Associate Director, Medical Devices & Healthcare IT
    Stephen Holloway is an associate director in the medical device and healthcare IT research team, part of IHS technology. He manages a team of expert analysts in research and delivery of an extensive portfolio of market leading clinical care and medical imaging device market research studies.