Top 6 Trends Affecting the Diagnostics Market

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The IVD market constantly changing. Mega Trends such as consolidation, automation, and reimbursement policies affect every aspect of the market. This study looks at the effects of these trends on three global consumer segments: hospitals, laboratories, and patients. The growing importance of diagnostics in patient care is expanding beyond hospitals and laboratories to homes, long term and chronic care, and other segments in healthcare. Apart from the major trends in IVD, there are other key trends like the growing digitalization of healthcare to enable a more efficient patient care continuum.

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Top 6 Trends Affecting the Diagnostics MarketExecutive SummaryKey Trends in the In Vitro Diagnostics MarketKey Trends in the In Vitro Diagnostics Market (continued)The Story—Key TakeawaysThe Story—Key Takeaways (continued)Executive Summary—3 Big PredictionsCEO’s PerspectiveDiagnostics in Patient CareDiagnostics in Patient Care (continued)Diagnostics and Testing Environment IVD Market Overview—SegmentsIVD Market—Segment OverviewTrend 1—Changing Reimbursement and RegulationsRegulatory Policies Across the WorldRegulatory Benchmarking—Regional analysisRegulatory Benchmarking—Regional analysis (continued)Regulatory Benchmarking—Regional analysis (continued)A Snapshot of the Competitive Market in HotspotsOverview of Regulations and Reimbursement in the USIVD Regulations and Their Impact on Different Sectors—USIVD Regulations and Their Impact on Different Sectors—US (continued)Effect of New Regulations on Laboratories in the USPricing for New Tests—Market-based Pricing SystemPricing for New Tests (continued)Retooling for the Future—HospitalsConsolidation Case Study—Tenet-Vangaurd AcquisitionBundled Payment Case Study—Blue Cross Blue Shield, Michigan Patient-centered Medical Home Case Study—Blue Cross Blue Shield PCMH Program in New JerseyEvolution of New Organizations—Accountable Care Organization (ACO)Fast Facts—3 Different Models for ACOsLeading ACOsImpact of ACOs on Clinical Laboratory TestsImpact of ACOs on Clinical Laboratory Tests (continued)Trend 2—Investing in Unifying TechnologiesCompetitors Remodel to Meet NeedsReshuffling ModelsEvidence of ReshufflingCase Study—RocheTrend 3—Consolidation and Automation of LabsFactors Pushing Consolidation of LabsConsolidation of Clinics Over the YearsAutomation Case Study—Siemens and Palos Community HospitalCase Study—ConsolidationTrend 4—Shift to Data Driven HealthcareThe Growing Digitalization Of HealthcareIntegration of Technology in Labs and Hospitals— Transforming Care With DataInnovative Patient Models—PhilipsIntegrated Healthcare Case StudyTransformative HealthcareConsumer Market Companies Enabling IVDTrend 5—Consumer Lab TestingThe Beginning of “Disruptive” Technology in Lab TestingDisruption of the IVD IndustryComparison of Theranos and Medicare’s Pricing Structure Case Study—Theranos Retailers Providing Consumer Centric HealthcareTrend 6—Convergence of Health CareHealthy Convergence—Pharmaceuticals, Diagnostics, and Medical DevicesIntra-convergenceDigital Health and Diagnostics Inter Convergence Model—Diabetes Inter-convergence—Rise of Companion Diagnostics Last WordRecap—3 Big PredictionsLegal 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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