U.S. Hyaluronic Acid Viscosupplementation Physician Survey 2011Report SummaryOver 100 orthopedic specialists were surveyed...
2.2.2 Product Incentives 102.2.3 Patient Profile. 11RESEARCH METHODOLOGY. 123.1 RESEARCH OVERVIEW 123.2 RESEARCH SERVICES ...
4.17.2 Question 17: Time to Relief After Single Injection Treatment 714.17.3 Question 18: Time to Relief After 3-Injection...
2011 . 42Figure 4-15: Time to TKA in Months by Practice Profile, Weeks to TKA perPercentage of Patients that Require Surge...
(Part 2 of 2) 29Chart 4-7: Monthly Patients Seen per Month by HA Preference, U.S., 2011 31Chart 4-8: Reasons for Choosing ...
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In addition to physician brand preference, this survey report describes the proportion of doctors who would be willing to switch to a single injection product like Genzyme’s Synvisc-One®. The results of the survey indicated a high degree of familiarity with the product within the physician community. There is a general divide in the U.S. medical community between HA brands that are used for a majority of procedures within a practice. The respondents were asked to rate their satisfaction with the various injection products. This in term was compared to the probability of switching brands, and the possible motivating reasons for doing so.

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  1. 1. U.S. Hyaluronic Acid Viscosupplementation Physician Survey 2011Report SummaryOver 100 orthopedic specialists were surveyed regarding their perceptions and usage ofhyaluronic acid viscosupplementation during the 2011 American Academy of OrthopaedicSurgeons (AAOS) conference. This survey report compares usage patters and perceptions oforthopedic specialists regarding hyaluronic acid viscosupplement product, including singleinjection, 3-injection and 5-injection therapy regimes. Satisfaction with current offerings isexamined in detail, along with the market penetration of single injection products. The datapresented describes practice experience, practice volume and the attitudes of therespondents to the product, as well as how these factors interact.Buy Now: U.S. Hyaluronic Acid Viscosupplementation PhysicianMarketBrowse All: Latest Market Research ReportsIn addition to physician brand preference, this survey report describes the proportion ofdoctors who would be willing to switch to a single injection product like Genzyme’s Synvisc-One®. The results of the survey indicated a high degree of familiarity with the productwithin the physician community. There is a general divide in the U.S. medical communitybetween HA brands that are used for a majority of procedures within a practice. Therespondents were asked to rate their satisfaction with the various injection products. This interm was compared to the probability of switching brands, and the possible motivatingreasons for doing so.TABLE OF CONTENTSTABLE OF CONTENTS .ILIST OF FIGURES.IVLIST OF CHARTSVIEXECUTIVE SUMMARY . 11.1 OVERVIEW 11.2 RESPONDENT PRACTICE LOCATION 21.3 COMPETING BRANDS 31.4 TRANSITION TO TOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY 41.5 TIME TO PAIN RELIEF AFTER LAST HA INJECTION 51.6 PURCHASING DECISIONS. 61.7 INCENTIVES RECEIVED BY BRAND . 71.8 CANADIAN RESPONDENTS 8SURVEY HIGHLIGHTS 92.1 RESPONDENT CHARACTERISTICS . 92.1.1 Doctor Profile . 92.1.2 Purchasing Channels 92.2 RESPONSE SUMMARY . 102.2.1 Attitudes Toward Products . 10
  2. 2. 2.2.2 Product Incentives 102.2.3 Patient Profile. 11RESEARCH METHODOLOGY. 123.1 RESEARCH OVERVIEW 123.2 RESEARCH SERVICES 123.3 SURVEY METHODOLOGY 133.3.1 Step 1: Project Initiation & Team Selection 13Table of Contents3.3.2 Step 2: Sample Population Preparation 153.3.3 Step 3: Preparation, Questionnaire Design & Administration 163.3.4 Step 4: Reporting and Analysis 183.3.5 Step 5: Customer Feedback . 18HYALURONIC ACID VISCOSUPPLEMENTATION SURVEY RESULTS. 194.1 QUESTION 1: YEARS OF PRACTICE . 194.2 QUESTION 2: VISCOSUPPLEMENT INJECTIONS ADMINISTERED PER MONTH 214.2.1 HA Patients Treated per Month 214.2.2 Monthly Patient Volume by Year of Practice 234.3 QUESTION 3: HA UTILIZATION BY BRAND. 254.3.1 HA Utilization by Brand . 254.3.2 HA Brand Preference Verses Practice Volume 304.4 QUESTION 4: REASONS FOR CHOOSING HA BRAND. 324.5 QUESTION 5: LIKELIHOOD OF INCREASING SINGLE INJECTION USE 344.5.1 Likelihood of Increased Use . 344.5.2 Correlation of Increased Use with Satisfaction 364.6 QUESTION 6: SATISFACTION WITH SINGLE INJECTION PRODUCTS. 384.7 QUESTION 7: PERCENTAGE OF HA PATIENTS THAT SUBSEQUENTLY UNDERGO TOTALKNEE ARTHROPLASTY (TKA) 404.8 QUESTION 8: TIME TO TKA AFTER HA AND CONSERVATIVE TREATMENTS. 424.8.1 Time to TKA 424.8.2 Time to TKA by Practice Profile. 444.9 QUESTION 9: HA INJECTION TYPES USED BEFORE TKA 474.10 QUESTION 10: PERCEIVED BRAND PURCHASING INCENTIVES . 504.11 QUESTION 11: NATURE OF INCENTIVES RECEIVED 524.11.1 Incentive Factors Received . 524.11.2 Incentive Factors Received by Brand . 544.12 QUESTION 12: REASONS TO SWITCH TO DIFFERENT HA BRAND. 564.12.1 Reasons to Swtich Brands. 564.12.2 Reasons to Switch Brands by Practice Profile 584.13 QUESTION 13: PATIENT GROUPS RECEIVING THE MOST BENEFIT FROM HA. 594.14 QUESTION 14: IMPORTANCE OF PRICING 614.15 QUESTION 15: PURCHASING CHANNELS. 63Table of Contents4.15.1 Percentage of Respondents by Purchasing Channels. 634.15.2 Importance of Pricing by Purchasing Channel 654.16 QUESTION 16: RESPONDENT CLINICAL SETTING 674.17 QUESTIONS 17 TO 19: TIME TO RELIEF. 694.17.1 Overview of Time to Relief 69
  3. 3. 4.17.2 Question 17: Time to Relief After Single Injection Treatment 714.17.3 Question 18: Time to Relief After 3-Injection Treatment 724.17.4 Question 19: Time to Relief After 5-Injection Treatment 73APPENDIX 1: CANADIAN RESPONDENTS, 2011 . 745.1 QUESTION 1: YEARS OF PRACTICE. 745.2 QUESTION 2: HYALURONIC ACID (HA) VISCOSUPPLEMENT INJECTIONSADMINISTERED PER MONTH 745.3 QUESTION 3: HA UTILIZATION BY BRAND 755.4 QUESTION 4:REASONS FOR CHOOSING HA BRAND. 755.5 QUESTION 5: LIKELIHOOD OF INCREASING SINGLE INJECTION USE 755.6 QUESTION 6: SATISFACTION WITH SINGLE INJECTION PRODUCTS 765.7 QUESTION 7: PERCENTAGE OF HA PATIENTS THAT SUBSEQUENTLY GO ON TOTOTAL KNEE ARTHROPLASTY (TKA) 765.8 QUESTION 8: TIME TO TKA AFTER HA AND CONSERVATIVE TREATMENTS 765.9 QUESTION 9: HA INJECTION TYPES USED BEFORE TKA . 775.10 QUESTION 10: PERCEIVED BRAND PURCHASING INCENTIVES . 775.11 QUESTION 11: NATURE OF INCENTIVES RECEIVED 775.12 QUESTION 12: REASONS TO SWITCH TO DIFFERENT HA BRAND 785.13 QUESTION 13: PATIENT GROUPS RECEIVING THE MOST BENEFIT FROM HA 785.14 QUESTION 14: IMPORTANCE OF PRICING . 785.15 QUESTION 15: PURCHASING CHANNELS. 795.16 QUESTION 16: RESPONDENT CLINICAL SETTING 795.17 QUESTION 17: TIME TO RELIEF AFTER INJECTION. 79APPENDIX 2: SURVEY QUESTIONS. 80List of FiguresLIST OF FIGURESEXECUTIVE SUMMARY. 1SURVEY HIGHLIGHTS . 9RESEARCH METHODOLOGY. 12HYALURONIC ACID VISCOSUPPLEMENTATION SURVEY RESULTS . 19Figure 4-1: Years of Practice, U.S., 2011 . 19Figure 4-2: HA Patients Treated per Month, U.S., 2011 21Figure 4-3: Monthly Patient Volume by Year of Practice, U.S., 2011 . 23Figure 4-4: HA Brand Frequency of Use, Weighted Average, U.S., 2011 25Figure 4-5: HA Brand Frequency of Use by Response Distribution, U.S., 2011. 26Figure 4-6: Practice Profile, Synvisc-One® Majority Use, U.S., 2011 30Figure 4-7: Practice Profile, Three and Five Cycle Majority Use, U.S., 2011 30Figure 4-8: Reasons for Choosing a HA Brand, U.S., 2011 . 32Figure 4-9: Likelihood of Switching to Single Injection, U.S., 2011 . 34Figure 4-10: Satisfaction and Likelihood of Switching to Single Injection for CurrentUsers of Synvisc-One®, U.S., 2011 36Figure 4-11: Average Single Injection Satisfaction Verses Likelihood of IncreasingUsage, U.S., 2011 . 36Figure 4-12: Satisfaction wit Single Injection Products, All Respondents, U.S., 2011 . 38Figure 4-13: Percentage of HA Patients that Subsequently Go on to Total KneeArthroplasty (TKA) , U.S., 2011 . 40Figure 4-14: Time to TKA After HA and Conservative Treatments, Months, U.S.,
  4. 4. 2011 . 42Figure 4-15: Time to TKA in Months by Practice Profile, Weeks to TKA perPercentage of Patients that Require Surgery, U.S., 2011 44Figure 4-16: HA Injection Types Used before TKA, Weighted Average, U.S., 2011 47Figure 4-17: HA Injection Types Used before TKA by Response Distribution, U.S.,2011 . 48List of FiguresFigure 4-18: Perceived Brand Purchasing Incentives, U.S., 2011 50Figure 4-19: Nature of Incentives Received, U.S., 2011 . 52Figure 4-20: Incentive Factors Received by Brand, U.S., 2011 . 54Figure 4-21: Reasons to Switch to Different HA Brand, U.S., 2011 56Figure 4-22: Percent of Patients Who Undergo TKA for Respondents Choosing BetterClinical Efficacy as a Reason to Switch Brands, U.S., 2011 . 58Figure 4-23: Percent of Patients Who Undergo TKA for Respondents Not ChoosingBetter Clinical Efficacy as a Reason to Switch Brands, U.S., 2011 . 58Figure 4-24: Patient Groups Receiving the Most Benefit from HA 59Figure 4-25: Importance of Pricing, U.S., 2011 61Figure 4-26: Purchasing Channels, U.S., 2011 63Figure 4-27: Importance of Pricing by Purchasing Channel, U.S., 2011 65Figure 4-28: Respondent Clinical Setting, U.S., 2011. 67Figure 4-29: Time to Relief Treatment by Injection Cycle, Weeks, U.S., 2011 69Figure 4-30: Time to Relief After Single Injection Treatment, Weeks, U.S., 2011. 71Figure 4-31: Time to Relief After 3-Injection Treatment, Weeks, U.S., 2011 72Figure 4-32: Time to Relief After 5-Injection Treatment, U.S., 2011 73APPENDIX 1: CANADIAN RESPONDENTS, 2011 74APPENDIX 2: SURVEY QUESTIONS 80List of ChartsLIST OF CHART SEXECUTIVE SUMMARY. 1Chart 1-1: Hyaluronic Acid Usage Among Survey Respondents, U.S., 2011 . 1Chart 1-2: Respondent Location by State, U.S., 2011 . 2Chart 1-3: Percentage of Usage, Selected Brands, U.S., 2011 . 3Chart 1-4: Time from HA Treatment to TKA in Weeks, 2011 . 4Chart 1-5: Time to Relief After Last Injection in Weeks, All Types of HA Injections,U.S., 2011 5Chart 1-6: Reasons for Choosing a HA Brand, U.S., U.S., 2011 6Chart 1-7: Incentives Received by Brand, U.S., 2011 . 7Chart 1-8: Brand Preference, Canadian Respondents, U.S., 2011 8SURVEY HIGHLIGHTS . 9RESEARCH METHODOLOGY. 12HYALURONIC ACID VISCOSUPPLEMENTATION SURVEY RESULTS . 19Chart 4-1: Years of Practice, U.S., 2011 20Chart 4-2: HA Patients per Month, U.S., 2011 22Chart 4-3: Monthly Patient Volume per Year of Practice, U.S., 2011 24Chart 4-4: HA Brand Frequency of Use, Weighted Average, U.S., 2011 . 27Chart 4-5: HA Brand Frequency of Use by Response Distribution, U.S., 2011(Part 1 of 2) 28Chart 4-6: HA Brand Frequency of Use by Response Distribution, U.S., 2011
  5. 5. (Part 2 of 2) 29Chart 4-7: Monthly Patients Seen per Month by HA Preference, U.S., 2011 31Chart 4-8: Reasons for Choosing a HA Brand 33Chart 4-9: Likelihood of Switching to Single Injection, U.S., 2011. 35Chart 4-10: Satisfaction and Likelihood of Switching to Single Injection, U.S., 2011 . 37Chart 4-11: Satisfaction wit Single Injection Products 39List of ChartsChart 4-12: Percentage of HA Patients that Subsequently Go on to Total KneeArthroplasty (TKA) , U.S., 2011 . 41Chart 4-13: Time to TKA After HA and Conservative Treatments, U.S., 2011 43Chart 4-14: Time to TKA in Months by Practice Profile, U.S., 2011 . 45Chart 4-15: Time to TKA in Months by Practice Profile, Weeks to TKA perPercentage of Patients that Require Surgery, Response Distribution, U.S., 2011 . 46Chart 4-16: HA Injection Types Used before TKA, Weighted Average, U.S., 2011 . 49Chart 4-17: Perceived Brand Purchasing Incentives 51Chart 4-18: Nature of Incentives Received, U.S., 2011 . 53Chart 4-19: Incentive Factors Received by Brand, U.S., 2011 . 55Chart 4-20: Reasons to Switch to Different HA Brand 57Chart 4-21: Patient Groups Receiving the Most Benefit from HA . 60Chart 4-22: Importance of Pricing, U.S., 2011 . 62Chart 4-23: Purchasing Channels, U.S., 2011 . 64Chart 4-24: Importance of Pricing by Purchasing Channel, U.S., 2011 66Chart 4-25: Respondent Clinical Setting, U.S., 2011 68Chart 4-26: Time to Relief by Treatment Cycle, Weeks, U.S., 2011 70APPENDIX 1: CANADIAN RESPONDENTS, 2011 74APPENDIX 2: SURVEY QUESTIONS 80Latest Market Research Reports:Latin American Markets for Spinal Implants and VCF 2011U.S. Market for Women’s Health Devices 2011Brazilian Market for Dental Imaging Equipment 2011 (Digital Intraoral X-Ray Systems,Extraoral X-Ray Systems and CBCT Scanners)Russian Market for Dental Imaging Equipment 2011 (Digital Intraoral X-Ray Systems,Extraoral X-Ray Systems and CBCT Scanners)Indian Market for Dental Imaging Equipment 2011 (Digital Intraoral X-Ray Systems,Extraoral X-Ray Systems and CBCT Scanners)Chinese Market for Dental Imaging Equipment 2011 (Digital Intraoral X-Ray Systems,Extraoral X-Ray Systems and CBCT Scanners)Asia Pacific Markets for Orthopedic Biomaterials 2011 – Bone Grafting and Hyaluronic AcidViscosupplementationInternational Hyaluronic Acid Viscosupplementation Physician Survey 2011Production, Market and Benchmarking of Xanthan Gum in China
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