BIS Healthcare Analysts in conversation with: David Hacker, Former Sales Manager at LeanTaas and Leah Lian, Key Account Manager at Dräger
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This particular document features the OR integration systems market. The global OR integration systems market stands to benefit from the growing demand for minimally invasive surgeries. Companies are focusing on offering solutions to enable hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers to integrate their ORs. Additionally, end users such as hospitals are also increasingly focused on integrating ORs in order to allow a greater number of surgeries, generate higher revenues, and streamline the surgical workflow.
The global operating room (OR) integration market is a huge market comprising various product types that are used in an operating room. These include products for visualization, lighting, imaging, OR integration software, and other products such as insufflators, medical printing devices, and OR communication and control systems.
The North America region has one of the most technologically advanced healthcare systems globally. The various factors propelling the growth of the regional market include large manufacturing capacity, growing geriatric population, increased investments by public and private hospitals in North America for the implementation of innovative solutions within operating rooms, the rising number of hospitals, the surge in need to lower healthcare expenditure, and the increasing prevalence of chronic disorders.