U.S. Tele-Intensive Care Unit Markets 2022-2027: Favorable Healthcare Reforms for Virtual Care & Telehealth / Technology Advances in Tele-ICU / Strategic Acquisitions & Collaborations
DUBLIN, Aug. 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- The "U.S. Tele-Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Market - Industry Outlook and Forecast 2022-2027" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The U.S. Tele-Intensive Care Unit (ICU) market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 20.13% during 2022-2027.
Intensive care units play an essential role in the treatment of critically ill patients. It occupies about 10% of the acute care bed of inpatients, 46 million patients are admitted to the ICU each year, and the mortality rate from all causes is about 10%.
Telemedicine was introduced in the ICU to address intensivist shortages, increasing demand for critical care services, and increasing complexity in modern ICUs. Telemedicine, used and developed in various disciplines, has improved patient outcomes through advanced monitoring, clinical decision support, and improved treatment protocols to bridge the supply-demand gap.
In 2020, Teladoc Health, a key leader in virtual care, announced a $13.9 billion merger with Livongo. The company is a leader in digital chronic condition management solutions for employers and insurers. Livongo brought facilities encouraging people with chronic conditions to live healthier lives, including diabetes prevention, hypertension, weight management, diabetes, and mental health.
In 2020, Teladoc Health also acquired InTouch, the leader in delivering scalable, incorporated virtual care solutions to health systems, hospitals, and other provider units, for a cumulative $1.1 billion.
US TELE-ICU MARKET SEGMENTATION
The centralized Tele-Intensive Care Unit segment reported a significant share of around 54.18% in 2021. The segment is estimated to be higher due to the wider acceptance of this model across the US. There is a central remote physical structure where nurses, doctors, and managers are connected to one or more satellite ICUs. Centralized and collaborative Tele-ICU model. Centralized models such as the Philips e-ICU improve the decentralized temporary approach by making the care provided by the emergency physician accessible throughout the hospital system and promoting a higher level of care.
The tele-Intensive Care Unit hardware segment reported a significant share of around 70.41% in 2021. Due to the increasing ICU beds, the aging population, the number of surgical procedures, and the growing number of COVID-19 pandemics in the country have surged the demand for tele-ICUs. Thus, the demand for hardware systems in Tele-ICU is increasing.
System Affiliated Hospitals segment reported a significant share of around 79.44% in 2021. The system Affiliated Hospital's segment is a witness of high share due to the fact that hospitals in the network work together to provide different services to a single community or multiple communities. Participating in a hospital network is primarily economical as it helps improve efficiency, eliminate service redundancy, and ensure the quality of care for all patients, whether in local communities or large cities.
THE ROLE/ CONTRIBUTION OF TELE-ICU DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC
LACK OF SKILLED INTENSIVISTS INCREASING DEMAND FOR TELE-ICUS
AN INCREASE IN ICU ADMISSION RATES & OVERCROWDING ENCOURAGE PROVIDERS TO USE TELE-ICU
Other Prominent Vendors
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