Bharatbook.com added a new report on “Point of Care Diagnostics 2010 and Beyond: Rapid Testing at a Crossroads” which represents the most current analysis of the role of Point of Care Diagnostics in today’s in vitro industry.
Point of Care Diagnostics 2010 and Beyond: Rapid Testing at a Crossroads report ( http://www.bharatbook.com/Market-Research-Reports/Point-of-Care-Diagnostics-2010-and-Beyond-Rapid-Testing-at-a-Crossroads.html ) represents the most current analysis of the role of Point of Care Diagnostics in today’s in vitro industry. Other reports have looked at products, companies and market forecasts, as this report does. But in her analysis Shara Rosen takes a bold look into the markets, technologies, and trends in decentralized testing with a special focus on the economics of rapid test use in critical care and emergency medicine. The drive for wellness and the attention surrounding healthcare reform will surely focus attention on rapid diagnostics. However, according to Shara Rosen, RT, M.B.A., there are many challenges which must be overcome for point of care solutions to fit, and those companies willing to pivot strategies and best adjust to changes in the healthcare marketplace may be rewarded.
The report includes:
- Markets for POC Diagnostics (Diabetes, Cardiac markers, Clinical Chemistry/Critical Care, Hematology, Coagulation, Drugs of Abuse/Therapeutic Drug Monitoring, Infectious Diseases, Pharmacodiagnostics, Sepsis, Oncology, Women’s health / Pregnancy/Fertility)
- By Venue Revenue Estimates for Hospital POC, Physician POC and Other Venue
- Review of Products in the Market
- Forecasts to 2013
- Markets and Forecasts for Self-Testing (OTC)
- The role of EMR in the Point of Care Market
- Possible Effects of Healthcare Reform
- POLs, Home Monitoring, Alternate Samples and Other Trends
- Successful Strategies of POC Companies
- Profiles of Over 100 Companies Competing in this Market
There are many factors in the growth of POC testing- increasing numbers of diagnosed diabetics, people with cardiovascular disease, and other chronic conditions. It is also expected to play a role in a trend in health care to evaluate provider organizations for quality in care delivery. While this quality imperative is most apparent in pay-for-performance systems, it also provides a framework by which public funds can be used more rationally. This is an especially relevant technology given the U.S. healthcare reform efforts. All countries are feeling the brunt of aging populations and an increased burden of chronic disease management. Employers and insurance companies are interested in improving the health of customers, and there are some innovative tactics developing in this area. The report is conservative in its predictions and offers a calculated look into the future, based on events currently taking place.
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