24 July 2020
Visiongain has launched a new report Nurse Call Systems Market Report 2020-2030: Forecasts by Product (Button-Based Systems, Integrated Communication Systems, Mobile Systems, and Intercom Systems), by Technology (Wired Communication, and Wireless Communication), by Application (Alarms & Communications, Workflow Optimization, Wanderer Control, and Fall Detection & Prevention), by End-user (Hospitals & Ambulatory Surgery Centres, Long-Term Care Facilities, Clinics & Physician Offices) and by Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa). Including Forecasts by Major Developed Countries and Developing Countries, Plus Profiles of Leading Companies.
Nurse call systems also known as nurse call devices play a crucial role in effective communication in healthcare facilities. These systems enable streamlined, customized communication among patients, clinicians, and caregivers to enhance patient satisfaction and improve the quality of care. With the introduction of smart digital devices, nursing workflows are simplified by enabling them to have intra- and inter-team communication and patient-triggered calls. Owing to these advantages, nurse call systems have become a fundamental part of a hospital’s communication system. In acute care settings, where patient are transferred between different departments care teams, it is critical that caregivers have quick access to each other and are able to share information in a secure way. Furthermore, nurse call systems with audio functionalities facilitate as verbal communication between both parties simply to pacify concerns or answer questions. Nurse call system with such features help increase patient satisfaction, reduce false alarms, and increase the efficiency of nurses.
In 2019, nurse call integrated communication systems dominated the nurse call systems market owing to the growing implementation of advanced technologies, increase patient satisfaction, and enhanced efficiency of nurses. With the development of integrated healthcare communications technologies, healthcare personnel such as nurse managers can access nurse call system data remotely as required. This enables managers to review report data, send text messages to staff, view patient call activity, and make staff-to-patient assignments on the go. Growing adoption of real-time location system (RTLS) integrated with wireless technologies in various healthcare facilities is driving the market. RTLS allows the healthcare facilities to track the movement of the attendants and equipment to increase productivity.
The Visiongain report analyst commented “that the rising prevalence of Alzheimer’s is one of the major factors resulting in a growth in the number of assisted living centres which drive the adoption of nurse call systems. The geriatric patients suffering from Alzheimer’s require constant monitoring and nursing due to the nature of the disease. This demands the use of nurse call systems with advanced functionalities, such as wanderer management, RTLS, and emergency medical alarms for the effective treatment of these patients”.
With Covid-19 continuing its spread across the globe, medical centres are being overwhelmed. Additionally, temporary field hospitals are being set up which lacks basic infrastructure, such as facilitating communication between nurses and patients. This has created a huge opportunity for the nurse call system manufacturers which may further exponentially drive the market growth during the forecast period.
However, high costs involved in the implementation of nurse call systems is one of the key challenges which is limiting the market growth. As many hospitals have budget constraints, it is difficult for them to make such significant investments in the implementation of nurse call systems and the related staff training.
The report covers a detailed competitive outlook that includes market share and company profiles of key players operating in the global market. Key players profiled in the report include Rauland-Borg Corporation (A division of AMETEK.Inc.), Ascom Holding AG, Hill-Rom, Ackermann, Jeron Electronic Systems, Inc., Johnson Controls International Plc, Azure Healthcare Ltd., Siemens AG, SCHRACK SECONET AG, and Intercall Systems, Inc.
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