Homecare medical devices help in improving patient health outcomes and add value to the health system by facilitating a shift from traditional hospital care. Homecare and community care companies have enhanced the convenience of delivery of health services to people in community care settings and at home.
The global homecare medical devices market has witnessed substantial growth over the past decade, which is attributed to increasing healthcare expenses, rising geriatric population, technological advancements in homecare medical devices such as portability and easy accessibility, and increasing government initiatives supporting home healthcare.
Finding the top homecare and community care companies in medical devices
Medical Device Network has listed some of the leading homecare and community care companies in medical devices based on our extensive expertise in the medical devices sector. The list includes companies providing products and services including, but not limited to, rent and purchase of equipment at home such as oxygen cylinders, wheelchairs and cardiac monitors, intensive care unit (ICU) at home, palliative care, personalised care plan under doctor’s supervision, and remote patient support.
These companies offer hospital and homecare medical device products for diverse therapeutic areas such as diabetes, respiratory care, wound care, and infusion therapy.
The information contained within the download document is designed for homecare integrators, homecare coordinators, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, homecare aides, physicians, service engineers, client relations executives, customer sales representatives, business executives, sales engineers, product support engineers, and any other individual involved in homecare and community care medical devices sector.
The download contains detailed information on the providers and their services and solutions, alongside contact details to aid your purchasing or hiring decision.
Medical devices in home and community healthcare
Community care such as primary care by nurses, pharmacists and more, nursing homes, outpatient clinics, and ambulatory care offers a range of medical technologies for use in non-
clinical settings ranging from simple materials such as those used for administering first aid to complex devices such as those used to deliver advanced diagnosis, medical treatment or maintenance.
Based on the functionality, medical devices are segmented into therapeutic equipment such as infusion pumps, patient monitoring equipment such as blood pressure and blood glucose monitors, and mobility assistance and patient support equipment such as beds, walkers and lift equipment.