According to Verify Markets, the Asia Pacific nurse call systems market is likely to witness immense growth opportunities in the near future. Nurse call systems are widely used in various acute and long-term care settings to offer effective means of patient-to-nurse communication and enhanced clinical workflow. These systems are comprised of various basic audio/visual alarming systems, traditional digital systems and IP-based nurse call systems. Out of these three types of systems, the IP-based nurse call systems have gained momentum in the recent years. These systems have been popular in the Australasia region over the years, with the key players primarily concentrated in Australia and New Zealand. An analysis of competitors, for example Azure Healthcare Limited, Rauland Australia, and Ascom Asia, has enabled Verify Markets to understand the market dynamics with respect to various products offered in this region. Furthermore, interviews with leading distributors and various end-users have shed light on the on-going buying trends and preferences in key markets in the Asia Pacific region.
According to the analyst’s coverage at Verify Markets, increasing adoption in South Korea and Japan have offered immense growth opportunities for the IP-based nurse call systems in the Asia Pacific region. Moreover, a growing number of healthcare facilities and rising healthcare investments in various developing markets (including China) have driven the growth of nurse call systems market in this region. However, factors such as low cost and ease of installations have led to sustainable growth of the basic nurse call systems and traditional digital nurse call systems market. Continued use of these systems in countries, including India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, is expected to offer a steady growth in this particular market segment.
The advent of technological advancements in networking technologies has led to the emergence of advanced state of the art nurse call systems. Key nurse call system manufacturers offer various integrated healthcare communication systems across the entire acute care and long-term care facilities. Such advanced systems offer capabilities including real-time location, electronic medical record (EMR) integration, and integration with other hand-held devices to provide optimized clinical workflow and ease of access. Integrated nurse call systems have enabled various healthcare facilities to cope with issues including lower nursing staff to patient ratio, delayed emergency response and staff hygiene compliance.
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