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30 Apr 2021  |  North America
Internet of Things (IoT) Based Technologies and Patient Preference to Drive Growth of the Global Home Healthcare Solutions Market, 2025
Future Growth Potential to be Accelerated by Reforms in Payment and Reimbursement Policies
As per medicare.gov, home healthcare is defined as a wide range of healthcare services that can be given at home for an illness or injury. Home healthcare is usually less expensive, more convenient, and just as effective as the care provided in a hospital or Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF). Presently, home healthcare has evolved to also cater to pre...
04 May 2021  |  North America
The COVID-19 Pandemic and a Rising Focus on Women’s Untapped Healthcare Needs are Transforming the Global Femtech Solutions Industry
The Healthcare Needs of the 3.90 Billion Global Female Population Creates New Growth Opportunities
In an era of precision medicine and precision health, women deserve to receive gender-specific healthcare. The side-effects of the pandemic, like prolonged homestay induced by lockdowns, have disproportionately impacted women who have experienced a higher burden of household chores, increased anxiety and depression, etc., leading to a dramatic incr...
13 May 2021  |  Global
Increased Focus on Patient Centricity and Diversity in Clinical Trials Provide Growth Opportunities for CROs and Technology Vendors
Frost & Sullivan presents post-COVID-19 growth opportunities and strategic imperatives in the contract research organization (CRO) market, covering the markets maturity, key participants, competitive landscape, and recent mergers and acquisitions. The study highlights key growth drivers and restraints, identifies initiatives by major global CROs, a...
27 Aug 2021  |  North America
Increasing Demand for Consumables and Single-use Technologies to Drive Growth in Upstream Bioprocessing
The Transformational Health team at Frost & Sullivan provides critical insights into the US and EU upstream bioprocessing market, highlighting drug demand trends, installed capacity developments, market revenue forecast by various segments, competitive landscape, and key growth opportunities that currently exist or are set to develop during the for...
31 Aug 2021  |  Global
Technology Developments Driving Transformational Growth in Treatment Modalities for Obstructive Lung Diseases
Respiratory diseases are on the rise globally due to various factors, including environmental ones. Obstructive lung diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, and cystic fibrosis are a huge burden on the global healthcare system. Existing therapies can only reduce the impact and provide short-term relief, but are not ca...
28 Sep 2021  |  Global
Competitive Intensity Drives the Growth Potential of Hybrid and Multi-cloud Deployment Models
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown that many healthcare organizations do not have the necessary agility and business continuity programs or technologies to support them during crises. It is forcing businesses to act on cloud and digital transformation strategies that they had been delaying until now. The cloud is more critical than ever in helping...
28 Sep 2021  |  Global
Breakthrough Technologies and Strategic Collaborations Drive Growth Strategies
While the entire healthcare industry adapts to changes induced by the COVID-19 pandemic, the endoscope reprocessing industry undergoes a major technology transformation. The rise in multiple infection outbreaks from contaminated endoscopes due to faulty endoscope reprocessing and manual errors in cleaning presents huge growth potential for automate...
13 Oct 2021  |  Global
Need for Effective Palliative Management Driving Technology Advances in Neurological Disease Drug Development
Neurological diseases refer to disorders of the brain, nerves, and spinal cord that lead to structural, biochemical, or electrical complications in the body. Major causes of neurological disorders include brain, spinal cord, or nerve injury; genetic disorders; congenital abnormalities; infections; and lifestyle. Neurological diseases include an ext...