South Korea Market Report Suite for Patient Monitoring Equipment 2017

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General Report Contents

  • Market Analyses include: Unit Sales, ASPs, Market Value & Growth Trends
  • Market Drivers & Limiters for each chapter segment
  • Competitive Analysis for each chapter segment
  • Section on recent mergers & acquisitions

Despite growing demand for quality patient monitoring solutions, some hospitals cannot afford high-cost monitoring platforms in light of budget constraints. In addition, the shrinking hospital profit margins, reimbursement cuts and consolidation within industry (i.e. private practices closing in favor of security of hospital affiliation) all reduce the total market opportunity and is resulting in more rapid ASP declines. Moreover, given the lack of reimbursement from alternate care setting devices, low growth is expected in many of the patient monitoring market segments.

In light of an aging population as well as environmental and chemical stressors the number of chronically ill patients within the population has been steadily increasing. This includes those individuals being diagnosed with heart disease, obesity, diabetes, high cholesterol and high blood pressure among other conditions. Furthermore, these illnesses are becoming more prevalent among younger demographics. As a result, patient monitoring and diagnostic equipment will be in higher demand facilitating increased investment into capital equipment and disposables. Moreover, the ease of use, accuracy and affordability of these devices will become an important factor in product development within the home patient monitoring device market.

A trend that is currently prevailing across Korea relates to the adoption of less-invasive, more accessible, patient-centric monitoring device configurations. This is exemplified by the movement towards wireless telemetry solutions and remote patient monitoring platforms in the hospital. Furthermore, emphasis is now being placed on patient comfort and mobility across lower-acuity care settings, wherein gaps in monitoring are further being filled with portable solutions. With respect to consumables, there is a shift in demand towards disposable units in many regions as a proactive means of reducing cross-contamination risk and reducing liability concerns.

Each of the aforementioned trends are in line with the general drive to improve patient outcomes through reduced complication and mortality rates, thereby promoting long term cost savings. This will help, in turn, to improve the quality of care while also alleviating pressure associated with budgetary constraints across the care continuum.

Key Topics Covered:

Executive Summary

1. Research Methodology

2. South Korea Patient Monitoring Equipment Market Overview

3. Multi-Parameter Vital Sign Monitoring Market

4. Wireless Ambulatory Telemetry Monitor Market

5. Electromyogram Monitoring and Diagnostic Market

6. Electroencephalogram Monitoring and Diagnostic Market

7. Fetal and Neonatal Monitoring Market

8. Pulse Oximetry Market

Companies Mentioned

  1. Philips Healthcare
  2. GE Healthcare
  3. Medtronic
  4. Omron Healthcare
  5. Mindray
  6. Nihon Kohden
  7. Welch Allyn
  8. Draeger Medical
  9. Natus Medical
  10. Bistos
  11. Cadwell
  12. Charmcare Co
  13. Contec Medical
  14. Contec Medical Systems
  15. Creative Medical
  16. Electrical Geodesics Inc
  17. Generic Label
  18. Goldway
  19. Honeywell
  20. Jerry Medical Instruments
  21. Jumper
  22. Kellyunion International
  23. Kernal Medical
  24. Kwangwon Medical
  25. Mediana
  26. Smiths Medical
  27. Sorin Medical
  28. Spacelabs Healthcare
  29. Technomed Europe
  30. Tibrewala Industries
  31. Toitu
  32. Utech Co.
  33. Votem Co.
  34. Wagner Industrial Electronics
  35. Zondan Medical

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