Equipment Makers See New Clinics Market In Japan’s Hospital Bed Cuts
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Medical equipment makers in Japan see a new business possibility resulting from efforts to cut patient beds at hospitals. The firms are looking to expand their ties with clinics where many of the patients with less access to hospitals are expected to move. Many of the companies plan to market smaller and cheaper versions of devices normally sold to hospitals. Fukuda Denshi, GE Yokogawa Medical and Hitachi Medical are among firms adjusting devices for the clinics market. (Click here for more - a subscription may be required
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