The United States Command Center for ICU Bed Monitoring Market Landscape, Technology Trends, Brand Perception, Competitive Intelligence and Future Outlook (2021-2026)

August 2022

The United States Command Center for ICU Bed Monitoring report is the first-ever syndicated report that covers the market landscape, technology trends, and competitive intelligence. The report is based on exhaustive secondary research and in-depth primary research conducted with performing Healthcare professionals (Surgeons, Hospital directors, Clinicians) and IT directors from academic/university hospitals, community teaching hospitals, non-teaching hospitals, and private practice in the USA.

The report covers Command Center for ICU Bed Monitoring Trends by technology and application (workflow enhancement, reporting capabilities, risk stratification)

Drivers and Restraints and their impact on the Command Center market have been included in the report. Drivers include increase in geriatric population, rising acceptance of advancements in ICU/Tele ICU, and favorable government policies. Restraints include compatibility with existing systems and integrations with cloud systems, and concerns regarding privacy, data integrity and cybersecurity.

Physician’s brand perception and their rank of Healthcare IT companies based on 15 KPIs such as technology, cybersecurity, ease of use, etc. Moreover, diligent examination of physician’s brand usage and brand satisfaction levels, and the factors such as ease of use of the technology, and cost-effectiveness among others affecting brand usage have been covered.

Future trends such as integration of remote monitoring and AI in command centers, focus on risk stratification to decrease wait times and provide better care are expected to gain prominence. Breakthrough innovations such as the Philips eICU program, Innovian® Solution Suite from Drager, and GE Healthcare’s Oregon Capacity System are potential disruptors in the market.

Competitor landscape covers market events such as emerging companies, product approvals, clinical trials, partnerships etc. Competitor activities such as FDA approvals of MIC’s “Sickbay” which is a vendor-neutral, SaaS virtual care and analytics platform; Philips’s acquisition of Capsule Technologies, a leading medical device information platform are covered in the report.

What’s in it for you?
  • This report will help Healthcare IT companies understand the Command Center landscape, technology trends, brand perception and competitive intelligence in the USA.
  • The report is a great resource to plan your market strategy to capitalize on upcoming trends and potential disruptors in the Command Center for Hospital beds monitoring market.

The deliverable includes a 100+ slide MS PowerPoint report and an MS Excel-based 5-Year market forecast model.


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