16 Apr 2021  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Future Growth Potential due to the Adoption of PPP Models
Extended care services emerged from the need to cover long-term healthcare needs for patients who need care, but not hospital beds. The complexity and level of sophistication of care range from basic to very complex, as per the existing medical condition requiring care. The types of care falling under extended care vary from rehabilitation, home ca...
22 Mar 2021  |  Europe
Growth Strategies to Navigate the Uncertainty Surrounding Elective Procedure Deferrals and Their Impact on the Medical Device Market
The deferral of elective procedures due to pandemic-related measures has adversely affected the cardiovascular medical devices market. While some cardiovascular procedures are considered urgent, others have been rescheduled and deferred. Nearly 80% of all the orthopedic procedures performed in Europe are estimated to have been delayed, postponed,...
09 Feb 2021  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
New Spending and the Latest Technology Drive Future Growth Potential
The COVID-19 pandemic has led governments worldwide to implement national lockdowns and social distancing measures to mitigate the virus’ spread. The result is a large-scale drop in business confidence, consumer demand, and industrial production, leading to a global economic recession in 2020. The pandemic has impacted the healthcare sector and i...
21 Jan 2020  |  North America
The Market is Underpenetrated but has the Potential to Reach $9.4 Billion by 2024
Femtech is an emerging term and, as is the case with most new concepts, is poorly understood. While some relate Femtech only with products unique to the female anatomy (including consumer products), others dismiss it as just another term for a group of existing solutions. Frost & Sullivan believes it is a unique space and a place for new growth opp...
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05 Sep 2019  |  Global
Growth Opportunities to Boost Revenue in this Slowing Industry by an Additional $240 Billion by 2024
The medtech industry’s revenue growth is expected to gradually dip beyond 2020, from a year-on-year growth of about 5.7Percentage in 2020 to 5.3Percentage in 2024. The industry is already addressing this as well as several other challenges such as the changing device ecosystem, shifting competitive focus, and the invasion by technology companies....
03 May 2019  |  North America
Analysis of the US and EU5 Hospital Operating Room (OR) Products and Solutions Market, Forecast to 2022
Transforming OR Product Lines to OR Efficacy Solutions
The key issue being debated in the healthcare industry today is how to transform a seemingly simple operating room (OR) into a technology-fueled, infection-free, and sleek surgical environment. A true smart hospital focuses on 3 major areas, namely, operational efficiency, clinical excellence, and patient-centricity, with technological advancements...
30 Oct 2018  |  Europe
Regulatory Process for Product Registration, Technical File Documentation and Europe’s Proposed New Regulations on Medical Devices
A Frost & Sullivan perspective of the German Bone Mineral Density Solutions and Regulatory Trends has been covered in this research, which highlights on: • Product Registration & CE Approval Process in Germany • Regulatory Requirements for Product Registration for DEXA-BMD device in Germany • Phantom Testing – Calibrations and Quali...
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20 Aug 2018  |  Global
Healthcare 3D printing outlines the medical device applications to the full potential.
Healthcare 3D printing is the next technology frontier in the healthcare industry. This field has shown its potential in recent years and remains as biggest breakthrough in healthcare industry. Slowly 3D printing will be evolved into a mainstream medical practice. Several types of 3D printing solutions have been created to benefit patients across v...
27 Apr 2018  |  North America
Strategies for MedTech MNCs to meaningfully use technology developments to win in emerging markets
MedTech markets are among the most competitive markets worldwide, which are largely dominated by large multinational companies offering a wide range of products and solutions for top diseases. Emerging markets are vital to sustainable business growth and performance of top multinational companies, especially due to the huge patient turnover rates a...