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4.1.1 Medical Device Industry: Market Space

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Our mission is to help leaders in multiple sectors develop a deeper understanding of the global economy. Our flagship business publication has been defining and informing the senior-management agenda since Recent trends in healthcare and technology are creating an inflection point for the medical-device industry. Manufacturers are shifting away from being product focused to assessing opportunity and impact in device-adjacent value pools. Disruptive trends are reshaping the healthcare landscape: an increasing consumerization or involvement of consumers in their health decisions; redistribution of risk from payers to patients, providers, and manufacturers; maturation of several breakthrough technologies that span digital health; and an evolving regulatory landscape are some examples.

One implication of these trends is the shift of value pools from fee-for-service reimbursement to outcome-based models. This shift, in turn, is pivoting manufacturers toward device-adjacent value pools. Device-adjacent value pools can present a significant opportunity for manufacturers. For example, an analysis of major joint-replacement orthopedic and pacemaker-insertion cardiovascular surgeries indicates that implant costs make up 5 to 25 percent of overall episode-of-care costs, with the bulk of costs and variance coming from facility services and lengths of stays.

Consumable use in knee-replacement surgeries can vary by more than percent across surgeons in large US hospitals, and standardized personnel costs can vary by percent. Derek A. Haas and Robert S. This has resulted in variation in total episode costs. Providers, which are facing margin and growth pressures of their own, are increasingly seeking solutions that deliver better and more consistent outcomes at reduced total costs.

Some manufacturers can play important roles in collaborating with hospitals to deliver on this need for better patient care. Examples include solutions that maximize operational efficiencies for example, clinical decision-support tools , improve efficiency and quality of services for instance, improving recovery time after surgery , enable access to new patient volumes such as improving physician referrals , and increase financial and capital efficiency for example, outsourcing the cath-lab function.

This opportunity also requires the manufacturers take a balanced and deliberate approach, as not all manufacturers will be natural owners for these solutions. The solutions will often need to go beyond a specific product or portfolio and will require different competencies for example, digital and analytics and business models as adjacencies, on average, offer lower margins than products, especially for manufacturers that are further along the surgeon-preference spectrum.

Offering solutions at scale will require building or acquiring new capabilities and infrastructure as well as embracing a different business approach and mind-set.

Medical-device players have taken meaningful strides into adjacent value pools by creating new solutions. The move into adjacencies has been embraced differently by various players, depending on their beliefs in the potential of the solutions and fit within the broader company strategies.

We identify two primary dimensions along which we see solutions being created:. The solution automates an otherwise labor-intensive process, increases throughput, and creates consistent delivery in scans. Philips partnered with Lake Constance Radiation Oncology Centre to study the effectiveness of the planning software on case throughput. The solution simplifies and automates protocols for pressure-ulcer- and -injury prevention to alleviate traditional nurse burden.

It also improves provider efficiency by reducing the number of hospital-acquired pressure ulcers and injuries. Medtronic developed its business line for cath-lab and EP managed services as an integrated solution for the entire episode of care, allowing both Medtronic and the customer to measure and manage costs and risks better.

Specifically, the solution provides services for cath and EP labs, focusing on lab management, scheduling, and room turnover. It also implements models to improve work flows and find operational efficiencies. Medtronic partnered with University Hospitals in to bring its global expertise and learnings to the US market. GE Healthcare Partners has developed a suite of services around healthcare-management analytics, technology, and consulting.

For example, it has partnered with several hospitals and health systems to form Command Centers to improve care delivery and costs via real-time performance analytics, capacity management from intake to emergency room and operating room to discharge , and process simplification or reengineering.

The bottom-left quadrant comprises solutions that are closest to the core product or portfolio offering and are intended to enhance it. The objective here is to develop the minimum required capabilities to help differentiate the product, not necessarily to create new, sizable revenue streams.

In contrast, solutions in the top-right quadrant are product agnostic and targeted toward new stakeholders. The solutions in the top-left and bottom-right quadrants are hybrids, expanding from the core by either targeting new stakeholders or building new solutions for existing stakeholders. The former may be intended to secure market access for high-value products through a compelling economic-value proposition.

The latter may be intended to create encompassing care-pathway solutions to play a much more engaged role across the episode of care. Medical-device manufacturers are still in the process of defining the right business models and go-to-market strategies for new solutions. Executives are grappling with several key questions:.

Indeed, many manufacturers now have a suite of solutions addressing a range of customer needs. Yet only a few have reached meaningful scale, despite considerable investment.

Some solutions have increased total cost to serve without achieving a proportionate increase in the value delivered or the elusive goal of growth. While hospital executives are excited by the promise, they maintain a measured stance to embrace manufacturer-driven solutions. Adjacent value pools can offer a significant opportunity for manufacturers if executed in the right circumstances.

In order to create at-scale solutions, we believe that there are five imperatives for medical-device companies to follow:. These are undoubtedly exciting times for the evolution of the medical-device industry. There are considerable opportunities for medical-device players to play a larger role in care delivery and enter valuable white spaces with solutions.

Successfully executing and scaling solutions will be challenging. Without a clearly articulated strategy and a vigorous approach, solutions risk being white elephants.

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Solutions and services in medical devices: White space or white elephants?

Our mission is to help leaders in multiple sectors develop a deeper understanding of the global economy. Our flagship business publication has been defining and informing the senior-management agenda since Recent trends in healthcare and technology are creating an inflection point for the medical-device industry. Manufacturers are shifting away from being product focused to assessing opportunity and impact in device-adjacent value pools. Disruptive trends are reshaping the healthcare landscape: an increasing consumerization or involvement of consumers in their health decisions; redistribution of risk from payers to patients, providers, and manufacturers; maturation of several breakthrough technologies that span digital health; and an evolving regulatory landscape are some examples. One implication of these trends is the shift of value pools from fee-for-service reimbursement to outcome-based models. This shift, in turn, is pivoting manufacturers toward device-adjacent value pools.

3 Clinical Trends Shaping the Medical Device Space in 2019

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