Worldwide Home Medical Equipment Industry to rise7.0 percent in 2016The study analyzes the world market for home medical e...
Macroeconomic and demographic indicators presented in this study were obtained from The FreedoniaGroup Consensus Forecasts...
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Worldwide home medical equipment industry to rise 7.0 percent in 2016

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The United States will remain the largest market globally based on its extensive network of home health care providers, high health care spending intensity, widespread insurance coverage for the treatment and management of chronic diseases, and shifting patient care strategies toward home settings

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Worldwide home medical equipment industry to rise 7.0 percent in 2016

  1. 1. Worldwide Home Medical Equipment Industry to rise7.0 percent in 2016The study analyzes the world market for home medical equipment. Products covered are divided intothree major categories:  home therapeutic equipment (respiratory, IV administration,  dialysis, and other products)  home patient monitoring equipment (blood glucose monitoring  and other products)  home patient support equipment (mobility assist products, medical furniture, and bathroom safety equipment).The study presents historical data (2001, 2006, and 2011) and forecasts for 2016 and 2021 in millions ofUS dollars for home medical equipment market demand by type, geographical region, andselected countries. The term demand refers to apparent consumption and is defined as shipments (alsoreferred to variously as “production,” “output,” or “supply”) plus imports minus exports. It is usedinterchangeably with the terms “market,” “sales,” and “consumption.” Global, regional, and selectednational statistics are also provided for home medical equipment shipments as well as for key marketindicators, including gross domestic product, population and age distribution, health expenditures,hospital beds, physicians, hospital admissions, surgical procedures, and outpatient consultations.Throughout the study, various references are made to indicators, demand patterns, and other variables inthe “developed” and “developing” countries. The “developed” countries include Australia, Canada, HongKong, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, the United Arab Emirates, theUnited States, and the West European countries and territories. All remaining countries and territories areclassified as “developing.”Get a copy of your report @ http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/214058-global-commercial-airport-baggage-handling-systems-market-2012-2017-.htmlReport Details:Published: January 2013No. of Pages: 411Price: US$6300
  2. 2. Macroeconomic and demographic indicators presented in this study were obtained from The FreedoniaGroup Consensus Forecasts dated June 2012. Gross domestic product (GDP) historical data are derivedfrom the national income and products accounts from the Organisation for Economic Co- Operation andDevelopment (OECD) for its member countries, from the European Bank for Reconstruction andDevelopment (EBRD) for its member countries, and from the International Monetary Fund for its membercountries that are not part of the OECD or EBRD. Sources of GDP estimates for other countries arebased on information from the World Bank and a variety of sources including the countries’ statisticalbureaus. GDP forecasts are developed from a consensus of public agencies and private firms.All estimates of gross domestic product and components of GDP are done in terms of constantpurchasing power parity in a benchmark year (2010) that is one year before the base year (2011) used inthis study. Purchasing power parity GDP estimates for the benchmark year are obtained from the OECD;Eurostat; the World Bank; the International Monetary Fund; the US Central Intelligence Agency; andselected other sources. These purchasing power parity GDP estimates for the benchmark year are basedon gross domestic product data expressed in the individual countries’ local currency, which are thenconverted to US dollars by valuing each country’s output at US prices in the benchmark year. Thisapproach values the same physical output at a consistent price for all countries, thereby reducing thedistorting influence of different price levels in the different countries. The alternative approach of usingexchange rates to convert local currency GDP to US dollars would tend to overvalue the output ofcountries with high average price levels and undervalue the output of countries with low average pricelevels, because exchange rate conversions only partially reflect the relative prices for goods and servicesthat are domestically consumed and invested. Furthermore, factors other than relative prices, such asdemand and supply in currency markets, interest rates, and capital flows, affect exchange rates.Inquire for Discount for this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/contacts/Discount.aspx?name=214062Contact:TX, Dallas North - Dominion Plaza,17304, Preston Road,Suite 800, Dallas 75252.+ 1 888 391 5441sales@reportsandreports.comConnect With Us:

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