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A major study and financial analysis of Traditional, Advanced and Regenerative Wound Care markets during the 2015 to 2020 period.
The report focuses on the major classes of Wound Care products: Traditional (sutures, bandages, tape, etc.), Advanced (antimicrobial, alginate, foam, hydrogel, hydrocolloid dressings) and Regenerative (bioengineered skin, skin substitutes). The market for these products is large and some segments are growing rapidly. Competition is intense and the industry is consolidating.
In addition, reimbursement is changing from the current pay-for-service model, in which the treating physician bills the government based on the number and type of procedures performed, to a pay-for-performance model in which reimbursement is fixed for a given diagnosis. This change, intended to incentivize physicians to pursue the most cost-effective treatment modalities and minimize the U.S. health bill, will dramatically change the Wound Care market by shifting market share away from high-tech products with little demonstrated therapeutic benefit to those with more cost-effective solutions.
The report provides comprehensive information and evaluation of the global Wound Care products market, with detailed analysis of manufacturers, segmentation, product offerings, competitive shares, financial performance, technology developments and market drivers. Additionally, 20 key Wound Care product suppliers are fully analyzed and profiled.
It is a must-read compendium of information and analysis that will provide executives with a significant knowledge of global market, product, technology and financial developments in this industry. It contains hard, factual information in 202 pages, illustrated with 53 tables and 42 charts and figures. It is the only published report of its kind, with in-depth detail not found elsewhere in similar studies.
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