With the development of novel medical technologies, the healthcare industry is undergoing a profound transformation. The advancements in technologies have shifted the focus of healthcare providers from diagnosis to prevention of diseases. This trend is more pronounced in developed regions on account of a larger pool of geriatric population coupled with a higher prevalence of lifestyle and chronic diseases. As a result, the leading manufacturers in these markets are focusing on innovations to eliminate or reduce hospitals by offering solutions for remote and home-based care. Besides this, the introduction of the Internet of Things (IoT) has encouraged several manufacturers to invest in the development of interconnected medical devices and other clinical systems. However, the demand for medical devices from developing regions is projected to surpass the developed markets in the upcoming years. These countries are currently witnessing better access to healthcare driven by strong economic growth and initiatives aimed at improving awareness and affordability. An increasing patient pool in confluence with enhanced familiarity with new technologies is another crucial factor that will drive the market in the emerging nations.
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