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Key Findings

•Overview: The multi-parameter patient monitoring (MPM) market is growing at a healthy double-digit pace in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, largely owing to several macro indicators such as increasing healthcare expenditures and a growing number of private hospitals.
•Customers: Private hospitals are the key customers for MPM vendors as the former have better access to funds and willingness/need to purchase high-end monitors.
•Technology Trend: There is an increasing trend in Southeast Asia towards the use of ‘networked’ patient monitors using Wi-Fi and other networks. However, Japan and Australia have used these technologies for the last xxyears.
•Procurement: Several private hospital groups and diagnostic service provider companies are procuring MPMs in bulk and in a centralized manner, and, thus, are able to negotiate harder with suppliers.
•Financing: There are no significant changes to reimbursement; currently, the MPMs are paid for via allocated budgets from individual hospitals in the public sector. The Ministry of Health continues to play a limited role.
•Regulatory Environment: It is still not conducive to introduce new products in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations’ (ASEAN) countries. Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) therefore launch monitors which can obtain ‘easier’ clearance.
•Competitive Landscape: It is getting tougher for Western multinational corporations (MNCs) to maintain/retain their market shares in MPM, as numerous domestic vendors (more than xx) are competing both on price and technology.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Is the market growing, how long will it continue to grow, and at what rate?
What are the key technology and customer trends?
What is the market size and structure of the MPM market in the APAC region?
What are the key market characteristics in terms of distribution and regulatory environment?
What does the market competition look like? What is the role of regional/local participants?
What is the segment-level performance of the various segments of MPMs?

CEO’s Perspective

Competition from domestic Chinese, Japanese, and Indian companies is intensifying, leading to high price sensitivity among customers.
Customers increasingly demand monitors with better quality and sophistication.
Non-patient monitoring companies are entering the MPM market through acquisitions and by new technology developments.
Private hospitals are spearheading technology acceptance by adopting monitors with Wi-Fi and cloud integration.
With an increasing focus on diagnosis and monitoring, the MPM market is set to grow significantly in the years to come.

3 Big Predictions

By 2020, about xx% of all the private hospitals and xx% of all the public hospitals in Asia-Pacific will have wireless central stations to connect several monitors.
By 2018, domestic companies will out-smart MNCs unless they innovate with customizations for domestic markets.
By 2018, multi-parameter monitoring will increasingly be done via wearable devices connected to laptops and/or tablets.

Table Of Contents

Analysis of Multi-parameter Patient Monitoring Market in Asia-Pacific : Better Technology at Lower Costs Drives Adoption
Executive Summary
Market Overview
Competitive Playbook
Total MPM Market
•Driver, Restraints, and Trends
•Forecasts and Trends
•Demand Analysis
Competitive Environment
High Acuity Segment Analysis
Mid Acuity Segment Analysis
Low Acuity Segment Analysis
Japan Analysis
China Analysis
India Analysis
Australia Analysis
Indonesia Analysis
Thailand Analysis
Malaysia Analysis
The Last Word
Appendix

Exhibit

Total MPM Market: Market Engineering Measurements, APAC, 2013
Total MPM Market: Market Segmentation, APAC, 2013
Total MPM Market: Percent Sales Breakdown, APAC, 2013
Total MPM Market: Market Outlook, APAC, 2013 And 2023
Total MPM Market: Technology Adoption Stage, APAC, 2013
Total MPM Market: Game-changing Strategies, APAC, 2013
Total MPM Market: Impact of Mega Trends, APAC, 2013-2023
Total MPM Market: Key Market Drivers, APAC, 2014-2018
Total MPM Market: Key Market Restraints, APAC, 2014-2018
Total MPM Market: Impact of Top 10 Trends, APAC, 2013
Total MPM Market: Market Engineering Measurements, APAC, 2013
Total MPM Market: Revenue Forecast, APAC, 2012-2018
Total MPM Market: Percent Revenue Forecast by Region, APAC, 2012-2018
Total MPM Market: Revenue Forecast by Region, APAC, 2013-2018
Total MPM Market: Unit Forecast, APAC, 2012-2018
Total MPM Market: Pricing Analysis, APAC, 2013
Total MPM Market: Distribution Channel Analysis, APAC, 2013
Total MPM Market: PESTLE Analysis, APAC, 2013
Total MPM Market: Penetration Analysis, APAC, 2013
Total MPM Market: Unit Replacement Rate by Segment, APAC, 2013
Total MPM Market: Market Share by Company, APAC, 2013
Total MPM Market: SWOT Analysis, APAC, 2013
High Acuity Segment: Percent Sales Breakdown, APAC, 2013
High Acuity Segment: Market Engineering Measurements, APAC, 2013
High Acuity Segment: Revenue Forecast, APAC, 2012-2018
Mid Acuity Segment: Percent Sales Breakdown, APAC, 2013
Mid Acuity Segment: Market Engineering Measurements, APAC, 2013
Mid Acuity Segment: Revenue Forecast, APAC, 2012-2018
Low Acuity Segment: Percent Sales Breakdown, APAC, 2013
Low Acuity Segment: Market Engineering Measurements, APAC, 2013
Low Acuity Segment: Revenue Forecast, APAC, 2012-2018
MPM Market: Revenue Forecast, Japan, 2012-2018
MPM Market: Percent Sales Breakdown, Japan, 2013
MPM Market: Revenue Forecast, China, 2012-2018
MPM Market: Percent Sales Breakdown, China, 2013
MPM Market: Revenue Forecast, India, 2012-2018
MPM Market: Percent Sales Breakdown, India, 2013
MPM Market: Revenue Forecast, Australia, 2012-2018
MPM Market: Percent Sales Breakdown, Australia, 2013
MPM Market: Revenue Forecast, Indonesia, 2012-2018
MPM Market: Percent Sales Breakdown, Indonesia, 201
MPM Market: Revenue Forecast, Thailand, 2012-2018
MPM Market: Percent Sales Breakdown, Thailand, 2013
MPM Market: Revenue Forecast, Malaysia, 2012-2018
MPM Market: Percent Sales Breakdown, Malaysia, 2013

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