US Infection Prevention and Control in Ambulatory Care Settings 2022: Modified Inpatient IPC Solutions for Ambulatory Care Settings –


DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “U.S. Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) in Ambulatory Care Facility Growth Opportunities” report has been added to from offer.

Research shows that environmental surfaces in healthcare settings play a crucial role in the transmission of pathogens, leading to hospital-acquired infections (HAIs), which come at considerable cost. Ambulatory settings also present significant risks of infection. In the United States, millions of patients each year attend ambulatory care facilities such as ambulatory surgery centers, endoscopy suites, community health care centers, hospital outpatient clinics, and physicians’ offices. . More than three-quarters of all surgeries in the country are performed in “out-of-hospital” settings. Infection prevention and control (IPC) in outpatient settings is a major concern, as the shift from inpatient to outpatient settings is increasing rapidly.

The analyst divides the study into two. The first section analyzes existing IPC solutions, segmented into surface disinfection technologies; technologies for tracking and monitoring patients, personnel and equipment; and IPC robotic solutions. The second part investigates how healthcare facilities can use non-clinical chemicals and materials for IPC in outpatient settings, such as antimicrobial paints in intensive care unit walls to prevent nosocomial infections.

Main topics covered:

1. Strategic imperatives

2. Analysis of growth opportunities

  • Scope of analysis

  • Segmentation

  • Growth engines

  • Growth constraints

  • Why is IPC in ambulatory care settings the current focus?

  • Healthcare establishments by segment

3. Need for advanced outpatient IPC solutions

  • Infection hotspots in ambulatory care settings

  • Growing labor shortages around the world lead to increased risk of infection

4. Advanced IPC solutions for ambulatory settings

  • Preventing Infections in Healthcare Facilities – A Pre- and Post-COVID-19 Scenario Analysis

  • RTLS Technology – Is it only the friend of healthcare facility safety or also the enemy against the spread of infections?

  • IPC Solutions – Surface Disinfection Technologies

  • IPC Solutions – Tracking and Surveillance Technologies

  • IPC Solutions – Telepresence robots and other robotic innovations

5. Non-Clinical Chemicals and Materials for IPC in Ambulatory Care Settings

  • Solution Provider Ecosystem

  • Analysis of vendors/providers of non-clinical solutions

  • Target areas in outpatient settings for non-clinical providers

6. Universe of growth opportunities

  • Growth Opportunity 1 – Modified Inpatient IPC Solutions for Ambulatory Care Facilities

  • Growth Opportunity 2 – Innovative Chemicals and Materials Solutions for Ambulatory Environments

  • Growth Opportunity 3 – CIP in Home Care

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