Patient Flow Management Solutions Market Forecast to 2028 –

New York, April 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — announces the release of the report “Patient Flow Management Solutions Market Forecast to 2028 – COVID-19 Impact and Global Analysis By Product, Type, Component; and Delivery Mode and Geography” –
The growth of the market is due to the growing adoption of a patient-centric approach, growing number of start-ups, and shortage of nurses and doctors. However, shortage of skilled IT technicians and risks of cyber threats are hampering the growth of the market.

The United States is facing a severe shortage of doctors and nurses due to a growing aging population and impending retirements of older doctors. According to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), the United States is expected to face a shortage of up to 120,000 doctors by 2030.

According to the Global Human Resources Strategy for the Health Workforce 2030, the global collective shortage of doctors, nurses and midwives could reach 9.9 million by 2030. According to an article published in IndiaSpen , India has 1.7 nurses per 1,000 people, 43% below the World Health Organization standard of 3 per 1,000. Additionally, there were about 3.07 million registered nurses in India in 2020. According to World Bank Group figures for 2017, there was one doctor for every 550 people and one nurse for every 425 people in China. Such conditions of scarcity result in an increase for patients, higher possibilities of errors and lack of personal attention.

The limitations of manual patient flow management include the increasing difficulty of decision-making and the increasing complexity of processes with the growth in hospital size. Moreover, the decisions are not recorded in any system; knowledge sharing relies only on human interactions.

Thus, shifting from manual scheduling and dispatching to automated patient flow management workflow offers solutions to the growing shortage of nurses and physicians globally and drives the growth of patient management solutions market. patient flow.

The pandemic has upended lives, pushed the hospital system to capacity and created a global economic downturn. The outlook remains highly uncertain, as it is difficult to assess the social and economic impact of the pandemic, which will depend on the success of containment of the epidemic and measures aimed at reviving economic activity.

The economic policy response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been substantial and immediate.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, access to the hospital has been severely restricted. Only essential visits and medical appointments were allowed due to the high risk of contamination for patients and guests.

The logistical challenge of restricting access to the hospital to authorized visitors was significant. During COVID-19, visiting rules at Canadian hospitals restricted visits and movement of visitors within facilities.

In reviewing 65 hospital visitation rules in the United States, distinct exceptions to visitor limits were found in each setting, including pediatrics, obstetrics/gynecology, emergency room, behavioral health, inpatient rehabilitation, surgery and outpatient clinics. The National Advisory Committee on Infection Prevention and Control has issued recommendations on limiting visits to the Public Health Agency of Canada.

Due to these restrictions, most pharmaceutical and biotech companies have focused on their research and development departments to identify new patient flow management systems and software to effectively manage patients in hospitals. EmOpti, a US-based company, provides a telehealth platform compatible with electronic health information (EHR) of patients. The startup provides the EmOpti seeker, which consists of a nursing device and a patient device. Nurses and technicians can effectively control the variable number of patients with proprietary hardware and software. EmOpti Insights is a collection of carefully selected real-time patient flow analytics for healthcare professionals. This allows the EmOpti responder to monitor and act in various facilities in a hospital environment. Thus, these factors have shown steady growth in the patient flow management solutions market
The global patient flow management solutions market is segmented on the basis of product, type, component, and mode of delivery. The patient flow management market, based on product, is segmented into integrated and standalone.

In 2021, the standalone segment accounted for a higher share due to higher adoption in small and medium-sized healthcare companies that prefer standalone platforms to improve the quality and efficiency of patient flow management. Additionally, the integrated segment is expected to grow at a CAGR of 23.0% during the forecast period owing to the growing needs of a large patient population and the reduction or minimization of associated costs.

The type segment of the patient flow management solutions market is segmented into real-time location systems and event-based patient tracking. Event-driven patient tracking held a larger market share in 2021 and is expected to grow at a significant rate and is expected to grow at CAGR of 22.0%.

Components segment of patient flow management solutions market is segmented into software, hardware and services. Software held the largest market share in 2021 and is expected to grow at a significant rate and grow at a CAGR of 23.1%. Further, the services segment is sub-segmented into consulting services, after-sales and maintenance services, and ongoing IT support and implementation services. These services make it possible to reduce waiting times and better manage the flow of hospitalized and ambulatory patients. Along with software and hardware, the services facilitate additional support to enable better management of patient flow solutions.

The application-based patient flow management solutions market is segmented into on-premises, cloud-based and web-based. In 2021, the cloud-based segment held the largest market share and is also expected to grow at the fastest rate in the coming years.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Health Care Management and Information Systems Society (HIMSS), World Health Organizations (WHO), Association of American Medical Colleges ( AAMC), the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) are among the primary and secondary sources referenced in the preparation of the report on the patient flow management solutions market
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