Analysis of Sterilization Trends in Clinics in Europe, 2016

Analysis of Sterilization Trends in Clinics in Europe, 2016

Steam Sterilization will Continue to Dominate European Healthcare Settings

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31-Aug-2017
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Europe
Research Code: 9AB9-00-72-00-00
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Advances in technology coupled with the need to achieve the triple aim of the healthcare system i.e., reduce cost, improve quality, and increase access to healthcare, have enabled a shift in care towards outpatient departments, physician's offices, and home care. Over the last 10 years, the frequency of procedures performed in physician’s offices and clinics/polyclinics has grown significantly. Factors driving the shift towards outpatient settings and physician’s offices and clinics include decreasing reimbursement, growing consumer demand, and advances in minimally invasive technologies and techniques. Efforts towards infection control and the prevention of cross infection by instruments have mainly focused on hospital practices. With the increasing number of procedures in physician’s offices, the focus of infection control is shifting towards this space.

This analysis focusses on the sterilization market trends for reusable surgical instruments used in dental, gynecology, ENT, and cosmetic clinics/offices. Its geographical scope covers Germany France, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary—Overview of Instrument Sterilization in Clinics

Executive Summary—Transformation of Sterilization Industry

Executive Summary—Overview of Offsite Sterilization Services

Executive Summary—Managed Sterilization Services

Dental Sector Overview—Europe

Sterilization of Instruments in Dental Clinics—Europe

Sterilization of Instruments in Dental Clinics—Europe (continued)

Gynecology Sector Overview—Europe

Sterilization of Instruments in Gynecology Clinics—Europe

Sterilization of Instruments in Gynecology Clinics—Europe (continued)

ENT Sector Overview—Europe

Sterilization of Instruments in ENT Clinics—Europe

Sterilization of Instruments in ENT Clinics—Europe (continued)

Cosmetic Sector Overview—Europe

Sterilization of Instruments in Cosmetic Clinics—Europe

Sterilization of Instruments in Cosmetic Clinics—Europe (continued)

Analysis of Sterilization of Instruments in Clinics—Europe

Notable Mergers and Acquisitions Among European Sterilization Service Providers

Regional Profile of Select Companies

Segment Profile of Select Companies

Steris Corporation—Vendor Information

Matachana Group—Vendor Information

Servizi Italia S.p.A—Vendor Information

Ekkio Capital—Vendor Information

BMI Hospital Decontamination Limited—Vendor Information

Growth Opportunity—Less Investment and More ROI for OEMs to Provide Services beyond Product Selling

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Key Conclusions

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Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

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Advances in technology coupled with the need to achieve the triple aim of the healthcare system i.e., reduce cost, improve quality, and increase access to healthcare, have enabled a shift in care towards outpatient departments, physician's offices, and home care. Over the last 10 years, the frequency of procedures performed in physician’s offices and clinics/polyclinics has grown significantly. Factors driving the shift towards outpatient settings and physician’s offices and clinics include decreasing reimbursement, growing consumer demand, and advances in minimally invasive technologies and techniques. Efforts towards infection control and the prevention of cross infection by instruments have mainly focused on hospital practices. With the increasing number of procedures in physician’s offices, the focus of infection control is shifting towards this space. This analysis focusses on the sterilization market trends for reusable surgical instruments used in dental, gynecology, ENT, and cosmetic clinics/offices. Its geographical scope covers Germany France, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
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Author Brahadeesh Chandrasekaran
Industries Healthcare
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