U.S Hearing Instrument and ABR/OAE Analyzer Industries


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This study describes the U.S. hearing instruments industry, as well as the industry for auditory brainstem response (ABR) and otoacoustic emissions (OAE) analyzers. The study includes forecasts of units, revenues and prices, as well as descriptions of market share and the competitive structure of each segment. Total market forecasts are included as part of the product, but are displayed in an accompannying PowerPoint presentation and are not in WIP. Relevant technology, regulatory, end-user and market trends are also described in relation to how they will influence the industry.

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U.S Hearing Instrument and ABR/OAE Analyzer Industries, Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryU.S Hearing Instrument and ABR/OAE Analyzer Industries, Hearing InstrumentsOverviewIntroductionMarket Drivers - HighMarket Drivers - MediumMarket Drivers - LowMarket Restraints - High 1Market Restraints - High 2Market Restraints - MediumMarket Restraints - LowMarket Engineering AnalysisChallenges and StrategiesManufacturers Reevaluate Objectives After ConsolidationLong Lag Time Before Fitting Reduces RevenuesNetworks and Other Groups Help Cut Costs and Grow Customer BaseAddress Customer Dissatisfaction to Reduce High Rate of Returns Improve Manufacturing Efficiency and Reduce CostsCompetition Between Dispenser Types Limits GrowthManufacturers Need to Improve BrandingIndustry Addresses Low Market PenetrationDisposable and Starter Products Targetted at BoomersThird-Party Payer Influence Causes Concern in IndustryForecast MethodologiesUnits Forecast MethodologyPricing Forecast MethodologyRevenues Forecast MethodologyMarket Share MethodologyForecasts and TrendsTotal Industry Unit ForecastsNon-Programmable Unit ForecastsProgrammable Analog Unit ForecastsDigital Signal Processing (DSP) Unit ForecastsTotal Industry Revenue ForecastsNon-Programmable Revenue ForecastsProgrammable Analog Revenue ForecastsDigital Signal Processing (DSP) Revenue ForecastsPricing ForecastsDispenser Demand AnalysisEnd-User Demand AnalysisCompetitive AnalysisCompetitive StructureMarket ShareProduct AnalysisFrost & Sullivan Market Engineering AwardsMarket Engineering Leadership Award - SiemensTechnology Innovation - Songbird HearingCompetitive Strategy Award - GNDistribution Strategy Award - Sonic InnovationsU.S Hearing Instrument and ABR/OAE Analyzer Industries, ABR and OAE AnalyzersOverviewIntroductionMarket DriversMarket RestraintsMarket Engineering AnalysisChallenges and StrategiesReimbursement Problems Impact Market GrowthFierce Competition in Niche Market Limits RevenuesUncertainty Over Screening Protocols Causes InstabilityLow Number of Pediatric Audiologists Limits Rehabilitation SuccessForecast MethodologiesUnits Forecast MethodologyPricing Forecast MethodologyRevenues Forecast MethodologyIndustry Ranking MethodologyForecasts and TrendsUnit ForecastsRevenue ForecastsPricing ForecastsDemand AnalysisCompetitive AnalysisCompetitive StructureIndustry RankingProduct AnalysisFrost & Sullivan Market Engineering AwardsProduct Innovation Award - SonaMedU.S Hearing Instrument and ABR/OAE Analyzer Industries, Definitions and SegmentationTerms and DefinitionsDefinitionsList of AbbreviationsResearch SegmentationSegmentation by ProductSegmentation by RegionSegmentation by End-User GroupSegmentation by ApplicationSegmentation by Tier

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