Global healthcare smart beds industry $ 740.6 million to 2028

DUBLIN, June 18, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Smart Healthcare Beds Market Size, Share and Trend Analysis Report by Application (Hospitals, Outpatient Clinics, Nursing Homes, Medical Laboratories and Research), by Region and Segment Forecast, 2021- 2028 “ report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The global healthcare smart beds market size is expected to reach $ 740.6 million by 2028. It is expected to increase at a CAGR of 7.6% from 2021 to 2028. Hospital beds are the most used component in hospitals. Patients spend long periods of time on these beds, making it essential for hospitals, nursing homes and other health care facilities to ensure the quality and comfort of these beds to facilitate rapid recovery of patients. patients. The introduction and incorporation of smart technologies into hospital beds in recent years has greatly helped nursing and healthcare staff to record, monitor and analyze the smallest details of patient health for effective patient care.

There has been a growing demand for accurate and timely medical care across the world and early detection of any changes in vital signs is crucial for proper patient follow-up. These smart medical beds are becoming an important resource to assist medical teams in the continuous monitoring of patients and many studies have shown their effectiveness in the healthcare environment. A recent study conducted by Harvard Medical School pointed out that the use of smart beds could help reduce code blue events by 86% and, as a result, it reduces the average stay of intensive care patients who were transferred from the surgical unit by 45%.

With the growing demand for hospital comfort, increasing healthcare spending, and emerging technological advancements, the demand for smart beds is also increasing in the healthcare industry. Smart beds are integrated with sensors and control panels that monitor and relay patient vital signs for rapid intervention. Home care is gaining popularity around the world as it significantly reduces patient costs. A majority of the cost of hospital treatment is associated with high quality facilities and equipment in hospitals. This is pushing families of chronically ill patients to invest in smart beds so that they can care for patients from the comfort of their own homes at no additional cost.

Companies are launching innovative new products to meet the changing needs of hospitals and gain a competitive advantage over other manufacturers. For example, in October 2020, Stryker has launched a new smart bed called ProCuity, which is a fully wireless hospital bed with a number of smart patient monitoring features. ProCuity has been integrated with Stryker’s Secure Connect technology, which provides a wireless method of connecting to nurse call systems. The nurse call system helps broadcast parameters such as bed configuration, exit alarms, position of side rails and movement to hospital information systems (HIS). This helps to keep a note of all important readings and to observe changes.

Highlights of the Healthcare Smart Beds Market Report

  • By application, the hospital segment is expected to grow at the fastest CAGR in terms of revenue as well as volume from 2021 to 2028 due to increasing incidence of hospitalizations due to chronic diseases, such as cancer, kidney and heart failure. diseases.
  • In terms of income, North America dominated the market with a share of over 55.0% in 2020. This is attributed to the increased use of smart healthcare beds in acute care or long term care facilities.
  • Europe is expected to grow at the fastest income-based CAGR of 7.8% from 2021 to 2028 due to the growing demand for better healthcare among the aging population and increasing investments in smart technologies.

Main topics covered:

Chapter 1. Methodology and scope

Chapter 2. Executive summary

Chapter 3. Healthcare Smart Beds Market Variables, Trends and Scope
3.1. Market overview
3.2. Mapping of penetration and growth prospects
3.3. Impact of Covid-19 on the smart health beds market
3.4. Industry value chain analysis
3.4.1. Sales / Retail Channel Analysis
3.4.2. Profit margin analysis
3.5. Market dynamics
3.5.1. Market driver analysis
3.5.2. Analysis of market restrictions
3.5.3. Industry challenges
3.5.4. Industry opportunities
3.6. Business environment analysis
3.6.1. Industry Analysis – Porter’s
3.6.1.1. Supplier power
3.6.1.2. Purchasing power
3.6.1.3. Threat of substitution
3.6.1.4. Threat of the new entrant
3.6.1.5. Competitive rivalry
3.7. Healthcare smart beds market roadmap
3.8. Market entry strategies

Chapter 4. Analysis of consumer behavior
4.1. Consumer trends and preferences
4.2. Factors Affecting the Purchase Decision
4.3. Adoption of consumer products
4.4. Observations and recommendations

Chapter 5. Healthcare Smart Beds Market: Application Estimates and Trend Analysis
5.1. Analysis of application movement and market share, 2020 and 2028
5.2. Hospitals
5.2.1. Market Estimates & Forecasts, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands of Units)
5.3. Outpatient clinics
5.3.1. Market Estimates & Forecasts, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands of Units)
5.4. Nursing homes
5.4.1. Market Estimates & Forecasts, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands of Units)
5.5. Medical laboratory and research
5.5.1. Market Estimates & Forecasts, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands of Units)

Chapter 6. Healthcare Smart Beds Market: Regional Estimates and Trend Analysis
6.1. Analysis of regional movements and market share, 2020 and 2028
6.2. North America
6.2.1. Market Estimates & Forecasts, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands of Units)
6.2.2. Market Estimates & Forecasts, By Application, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands Units)
6.2.3. we
6.2.3.1. Market Estimates & Forecasts, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands of Units)
6.2.3.2. Market Estimates & Forecasts, By Application, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands Units)
6.3. Europe
6.3.1. Market Estimates & Forecasts, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands of Units)
6.3.2. Market Estimates & Forecasts, By Application, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands Units)
6.3.3. Germany
6.3.3.1. Market Estimates & Forecasts, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands of Units)
6.3.3.2. Market Estimates & Forecasts, By Application, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands Units)
6.3.4. UK
6.3.4.1. Market Estimates & Forecasts, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands of Units)
6.3.4.2. Market Estimates & Forecasts, By Application, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands Units)
6.3.5. France
6.3.5.1. Market Estimates & Forecasts, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands of Units)
6.3.5.2. Market Estimates & Forecasts, By Application, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands Units)
6.3.6. Italy
6.3.6.1. Market Estimates & Forecasts, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands of Units)
6.3.6.2. Market Estimates & Forecasts, By Application, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands Units)
6.3.7. Spain
6.3.7.1. Market Estimates & Forecasts, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands of Units)
6.3.7.2. Market Estimates & Forecasts, By Application, 2016 – 2028 (USD Million) (Thousands Units)

Chapter 7. Competitive analysis
7.1. Main global players, recent developments and their impact on the industry
7.2. Categorization of key companies / competitions (key innovators, market leaders, emerging players)
7.3. Supplier landscape
7.3.1. Key Companies Market Share Analysis, 2020

Chapter 8. Company Profiles
8.1. Stryker Company
8.1.1. Company presentation
8.1.2. Financial performance
8.1.3. Comparative thickness analysis
8.1.4. Strategic initiatives
8.2. Hill-Rom Holdings Inc.
8.2.1. Company presentation
8.2.2. Financial performance
8.2.3. Comparative thickness analysis
8.2.4. Strategic initiatives
8.3. Invacare Corporation
8.3.1. Company presentation
8.3.2. Financial performance
8.3.3. Comparative thickness analysis
8.3.4. Strategic initiatives
8.4. Paramount Bed Holdings Co., Ltd.
8.4.1. Company presentation
8.4.2. Financial performance
8.4.3. Comparative thickness analysis
8.4.4. Strategic initiatives
8.5. LINE
8.5.1. Company presentation
8.5.2. Financial performance
8.5.3. Comparative thickness analysis
8.5.4. Strategic initiatives
8.6. Joerns Health LLC
8.6.1. Company presentation
8.6.2. Financial performance
8.6.3. Comparative thickness analysis
8.6.4. Strategic initiatives
8.7. Stiegelmeyer GmbH & Co. KG
8.7.1. Company presentation
8.7.2. Financial performance
8.7.3. Comparative thickness analysis
8.7.4. Strategic initiatives
8.8. Arjo
8.8.1. Company presentation
8.8.2. Financial performance
8.8.3. Comparative thickness analysis
8.8.4. Strategic initiatives
8.9. Volker GmbH
8.9.1. Company presentation
8.9.2. Financial performance
8.9.3. Comparative thickness analysis
8.9.4. Strategic initiatives
8.10. Favero Health Projects SpA
8.10.1. Company presentation
8.10.2. Financial performance
8.10.3. Comparative thickness analysis
8.10.4. Strategic initiatives

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