5 ambulatory surgical centers market trends to watch out for in coming years
Date: 2018-07-25   Author: Sunil Hebbalkar  Category: #market

The escalating availability of advanced surgical devices will reportedly propel ambulatory surgical centers market over 2018-2024. Increasing awareness among the masses about the healthcare benefits of various surgical devices will also seemingly act as a contributing factor toward impelling the industry outlook in the years ahead.

Five trends prevalent in ambulatory surgical centers market:

  • As per estimates, in 2017, physician ownership dominated ambulatory surgical market by accounting for nearly 50% of the overall share. Increasing availability of professional healthcare service providers along with the quality service they provide at their clinics will boost the product demand over the years ahead.
  • In 2017, ambulatory surgical centers industry size from ophthalmology surgeries was pegged at USD 12 billion. The surging prevalence of eye-related health issues including cataract and night blindness will reportedly fuel the product demand.
  • Reliable sources claim single specialty centers to have accounted for 50% of ambulatory surgical centers market share. Single specialty centers provide customized treatments to patients whenever required. In fact, the requirement of these centers has been increasing for treating chronic diseases including ophthalmic diseases, minor injuries, and diabetes.
  • Multispecialty ambulatory surgical centers industry will record a CAGR of about 4.8% over 2018-2024, owing to the rise in healthcare expenditure for performing surgical operations, say reports. Shifting focus of patients toward minimally invasive therapies is also likely to enhance the industry growth.
  • In 2017, Germany held 25% of Europe ambulatory surgical centers market share. The growing requirement of surgeries for skin and eye-related diseases is slated to stimulate the product demand across this region.

The competitive spectrum of ambulatory surgical centers is quite diverse inclusive of healthcare service providers such as Physicians Endoscopy, AmSurg, Ambulatory Surgical Centres of America LLC, Surgical Care Affiliates, Hospital Corporations of America, ASD Management, Proliance surgeons, Covenant Surgical Partners, SurgCenter Development, Tenet Healthcare, Surgery Partners, and Regent Surgical Health.



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Sunil Hebbalkar

Sunil Hebbalkar

Sunil currently works as an content writer at AlgosOnline. A Post graduate mechanical design engineer by qualification, he worked as an intern at the defense lab for one year in the engine design and development department before switching his professional genre. Foll...

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