Profiles of Key Companies in Track and Trace Instrument Sterilization Market, 2016

Increase in Adoption of Surgical Instrument Tracking Systems to Drive Functional Efficiency in CSSDs and Impact Outsourcing Trends

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The research service provides an overview of track and trace solutions for Central Sterile Supply Departments (CSSDs). The study profiles the track and trace solution capability of all the key companies in the world along with some of the capabilities of their key products.

Key Target Audience

Clients in infection control sector and inventory management space would be interested in this research service. The target audience also includes IT solutions providers, managed services providers, and offsite sterilization service providers.

Research Scope

This study profiles the key companies in the track and trace instrument sterilization space across the globe. Many facilities are now realizing the importance of track and traceability solutions as they look to improve patient safety, reduce costs, effectively manage large number of instruments inventory, and maximize revenues from CSSDs. The tracking of surgical instruments helps in improving the efficiency and reducing the costs of hospitals, especially the larger hospitals which have to manage several instruments across various departments. Furthermore, tracking also saves time and enables organizations to avoid unnecessary costs in purchasing and replacing the hard-to-locate surgical instruments.

Around 60% of facilities are beginning to embrace comprehensive instrument tracking solutions. The adoption of track and trace solutions has always been high in large hospitals; however, it has been observed that even smaller facilities are reaping the benefits of instrument tracking systems in recent years. More hospitals are showing an interest in instrument-level tracking, with some vendors seeing the greatest push from multi-facility organizations that aim to embrace instrument-level tracking at the corporate or regional level.

There are both stand-alone track and trace solution providers for CSSDs and the track and trace solutions integrated with operating rooms.

Majority of the market penetration has been in the United States and Europe. The adoption of track and trace solution has addressed the shortage of staff in many labs, increased efficiency of CSSDs, and improved and ensured patient safety in surgery by reducing hospital-acquired infection concerns partly.

There are different types of solution providers. Most of them are established brands that have a presence in sterilization/infection prevention industry globally, while some of them are only track and trace solution providers in the domestic markets. The track and trace instrument sterilization market is highly fragmented with no clear market leaders. Getinge, Censis Techonologies, B Braun Melsungen AG, TGX Medical Systems, and SignaKey LLC are a few of the market participants in the track and trace solution space.

Table of Contents

Profiles of Key Companies in Track and Trace Instrument Sterilization Market, 2016Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Market SnapshotSurgical Instrument Tracking OverviewTrends and Benefits of Track and Trace Instrument SterilizationSurgical Instrument Tracking Solutions—TrendsTrack and Trace Benefits Track and Trace—Surgical Instruments Maintenance Lifecycle FlowchartWhy Hospitals Need to Track and Trace Surgical InstrumentsCompetitionCompetitive LandscapeCompany HighlightsCompany Highlights (continued)Company ProfilesCompany Dashboard—TGX Medical SystemsCompany Dashboard—TGX Medical Systems (continued)Company Dashboard—Materials Management Microsystems Company Dashboard—Materials Management Microsystems (continued)Company Dashboard—OI-TECHCompany Dashboard—OI-TECH (continued)Company Dashboard—Xerafy Company Dashboard—Xerafy (continued)Company Dashboard—Censis Technologies, Inc. Company Dashboard—Censis Technologies, Inc. (continued) Company Dashboard—Getinge Group (Altrax) Company Dashboard—Getinge Group (Altrax) (continued) Company Dashboard—Steris (Synergy Health)Company Dashboard—Steris (Synergy Health) (continued) Company Dashboard—Nexus (IBH Datentechnik GmbH)Company Dashboard—Nexus (IBH Datentechnik GmbH) (continued) Company Dashboard—Key SurgicalCompany Dashboard—Key Surgical (continued) Company Dashboard—Becton, Dickinson and Company (Carefusion)Company Dashboard—Becton, Dickinson and Company (Carefusion) (continued) Company Dashboard—B. Braun Melsungen AG (Aesculap Inc)Company Dashboard—B. Braun Melsungen AG (Aesculap Inc) (continued)Company Dashboard—NuTraceCompany Dashboard—NuTrace (continued) Company Dashboard—Aexis MedicalCompany Dashboard—Aexis Medical (continued)Company Dashboard—Jensen Instrument TechnologiesCompany Dashboard—Jensen Instrument Technologies (continued)Company Dashboard—OnSolution (LTrace)Company Dashboard—OnSolution (LTrace) (continued)Company Dashboard—SafMedCompany Dashboard—SafMed (continued)Company Dashboard—SignaKey LLCCompany Dashboard—SignaKey LLC (continued)Company Dashboard—Haldor Advanced Technologies Ltd.Company Dashboard—Haldor Advanced Technologies Ltd. (continued)Company Dashboard—MMM Group Limited Company Dashboard—MMM Group Limited (continued)ConclusionConclusionConclusion (continued)Legal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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