Feed-back.com – Market Analysis / Content / Services
What drives health care tech markets? Feed-back.com provides market analysis / content / services. Contact Us to discuss your market assessment needs.
Feed-back.com / Feedback Research Services fills a unique niche in the research industry, offering affordable publications and services that focus on difficult-to-analyze markets. Reports and updates are written by specialists who build upon their expertise over years or even decades. To date, Feed-back.com has published several reports that were the first / only market assessments available worldwide.
If you’re looking for market analysis, content, and services for small dynamic markets, Feed-back.com is a great place to start. Here’s a sampling of our market analysis / content / services.
U.S. Rural Hospitals:
Ongoing closures threaten access to health care for millions of Americans. Nearly 20% of Americans live in rural areas, and many no longer have local access to acute care services. Read more….
In February 2015, Feed-back.com’s researchers updated our US Medical Spa database for an individual client. Listing information was reviewed and revised for facilities, operators / owners, products, services, and staffing.
In December 2014, Feed-back.com’s researchers generated a second regional medical spa market assessment for a consulting company. The competitive analysis compared and contrasted research-based facility numbers and bottom-up revenue potential with figures extrapolated from national market estimates and forecasts.
Infographics Or Meaningful Market Analysis:
What do you need to find meaningful market analysis? Often, infographics from sources such as Statista.com are terrific – easy to find and interpret and quotable, too, but obtaining meaningful data is trickier. When a quick overview isn’t enough, companies like Feed-back.com can tell you much more!
The U.S. Aesthetic / Cosmetic Procedure Market:
What’s one of the big gifts that graduates want these days? A growing number ask for plastic surgery and undergo procedures before or after completing high school, college, or law / med school degrees. In a recent Chron.com article (May19, 2014), Dr. Alexander Vitenas of Vitenas Cosmetic Surgery observed that:
“Surgery as a graduation gift is definitely a pronounced theme that we see every year.” Read more….
The Global Prescription Acne Drug Market
Here are some potentially surprising facts about acne. It’s the most common skin disease. While most people experience breakouts at some point in their lives, a small percentage of individuals continue to have problems into their thirties or forties. New research findings may eventually lead to alternate treatments. For example, a small preliminary clinical trial suggests that acne severity may be reduced by eating a low glycemic index diet. More extensive studies are needed to determine its future role as an acne deterrent. Read more….
The U.S. Medical Spa & Cosmetic Medicine Market
Defining the term “medical spa” is the trickiest part of evaluating what’s going on in the U.S. skin care market. According to industry sources, “medical spa” typically refers to a business that offers aesthetic enhancement services such as chemical, injectable, and light-based treatments. Facilities usually emphasize a spa-like setting. Regulations vary significantly from state to state, and consumers are warned by professional organizations to carefully evaluate various factors such as who is performing the procedure, whether there is oversight by a medical director, etc. Read more….
The Skin You’re In: Limitless Product Selections for Every “Need”
Market report publishers cite baby boomers as the primary drivers for sales of anti-aging products and services. To increase product appeal, manufacturers are researching and developing new ingredients to substantiate effectiveness claims. The anti-aging category is also targeting more than just wrinkles with products that are customized, hybrid / multi-functional, premium, etc. Read more….
Digital Diagnostics: Characteristics, Devices, Venues, Etc.
What’s happening lately with digital diagnostic devices, equipment, and records? New uses are being explored by health care providers in the “Digital Medicine” departments at Scripps and presenters at the 2013 mHealth Summit. One unexpected application is use of digital counters and information delivery systems in emergency departments to reduce tension for patients awaiting treatment. Another is development of a diagnostic pill for detecting cancer (Mount Sinai Medical Center). Read more….
Diabetic Monitoring: Dogs Versus Sensors
A show on National Geographic Channel aired recently: “The Science of Dogs”. One of the segments focused on how dogs can be trained to warn their owners prior to a pending medical episode such as low blood sugar. Several organizations train medical alert dogs. In the United Kingdom, there’s a charity-NHS-research partnership group, Bark Britain. In the United States, Can Do Canines has trained 28 dogs from 2003 – 2013. Demand is strong: 21 individuals are on the waiting list. Two other groups are Pawsitive Perspectives Assistance Dogs and Scent Angles. Read more….