Strategic operating room management deals with long-term decision-making based on predicted work load, which is not limited to maximizing the utilization of personnel’s and materials but also involves expansion decisions, optimal patient safety and outcomes, decrease delays with an end result of achieving satisfaction of outcomes for both the physicians and the patients.
Operating rooms account for the largest share of investment costs, maintenance costs, operating expenditures, revenues and budgets of hospitals. Thus, it is imperative as well as strategic for hospitals to manage operating rooms efficiently, as the opportunity to increase returns on investments by optimizing the use is greatest for operating rooms.
To generate a comprehensive view of the global operating room management market the report is segmented on the basis of solution, deployment, end-users and regions.
Based on deployment, the market has been classified as on-premise, and cloud-based.
Based on end user, the market has been segmented as hospitals, ambulatory surgical units, others. The hospitals segments is further sub segmented into large hospitals of greater than 300 beds, and small which have less than 300 beds.
Based on the regions, the market has been segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa.
To generate a bird’s view of the differential demand of the market, the report has been segmented into regions of North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Middle East and Africa.
North America led by the U.S. commands the largest market share owing to the faster uptake of new technology, presence of well-developed hospital infrastructure of U.S. and Canada, largest number of multi-specialty hospitals and others. The consolidation of the U.S. healthcare sector and the growing number of multispecialty hospitals is anticipated to drive the market owing to increase in purchasing power. Europe accounts for the second largest market led by Germany, France and the U.K.