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12 Mar 2014  |  Europe
The After-effects of Poly Implant Prothèse (PIP) Scandal is Threatening and Long
Cosmetic interventions are quite popular because of look better thought. The reality can be very different. The PIP Scandal shook the world. The cosmetic interventions sector is widely unregulated. This initiated the need for a review, and process to regulate devices, practitioners, and service providers, in addition to the incorporation or structu...
26 May 2014  |  North America
Examining the Latest Industry Advances and Market Developments in Cardiovascular Imaging and Informatics
This study discusses the top themes and developments from the 2014 American College of Cardiology (ACC) annual meeting, focusing on the show floor and not the scientific sessions. It provides the US market size and growth for cardiovascular imaging equipment (interventional cardiology angiography x-ray, echocardiography ultrasound, and electrocardi...
18 Feb 2014  |  Europe
Impact on Procurement of Healthcare Information Technology Services
This research service presents an analysis of the objectives and role of clinical commissioning groups (CCG), and their impact on the healthcare market, in the United Kingdom. The scope of the study includes an analysis of the primary care market before and after CCGs replaced Primary Care Trusts in April 2013; the budget process involved in procur...
12 Mar 2014  |  North America
2013 proved to be a year of tremendous rethought on traditional payor roles in various emerging models for care that involve varying levels of consumer participation as well as more capitated setups that limit payment for plan-supported provider billing. This market insight discusses Frost & Sullivan's view on the three main temporary restraints on...
11 Jun 2014  |  North America
The Environment During ACA Implementation and Beyond
The North American cardiac monitoring services market finds a catalyst for growth in regulatory and infrastructural means of expanding hospital services to the population. These take the form of Integrated Delivery Networka hospital with their practitioners, insurance providers and hospice services; or the more recent Affordable Care Act (ACA) tha...
20 Nov 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Technological Advancements Need to be Accompanied by Progressive Policies
Significant investment in health technology has helped improve the quality of healthcare services but has done little to reduce costs and make healthcare more accountable in the developed countries of Asia-Pacific. This insight explores future challenges that Japan and South Korea might face in terms of seamless healthcare integration.
21 Nov 2014  |  Asia Pacific
On the Fast Track to Healthcare Digitization—China, Indonesia, Malaysia, The Philippines and Thailand
The study covers the eHealth initiatives across the emerging markets in Asia-Pacific. Government initiatives and incentives that encourage technology adoption in healthcare are key drivers for private sector investment in the Asia-Pacific eHealth industry. However, inadequate infrastructure and regulatory framework development have adversely affect...
27 Aug 2014  |  Europe
Services Redefine Sterilization Sector
With increase in patient population and reduction in hospital budgets, optimization and cost efficiency are the buzzwords in the hospital sector. As most of the innovative products are made of varying materials, they require varied sterilization standards. Sterilization is considered to be a non-core activity by the clinical community. The real dem...
30 Oct 2014  |  Europe
29 Oct 2014  |  North America
Orthopedic Products Present Opportunities in a Mature, Fragmented Market
The US market for bracing devices and supports consists of bracing products for the upper and lower extremities such as the knee, ankle, lumbar back, elbow, and wrist. Such braces are used for supporting various orthopedic joints for prophylactic, post-trauma, and/or post-surgery use. This market is in a mature state and growth avenues are modest. ...