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Market size & growth
Key trends & information
Within the MedTech market the largest segment remains In Vitro Diagnostics (IVD) accounting for ~13% of market share, closely followed by Cardiology (11%) and Diagnostic Imaging (10%)
The IVD growth is driven by macro forces such as rising demand from emerging economies, aging population, evolving clinician attitudes, and a push towards theranostics and personalized medicine.
In parallel, several specific IVD sub-segments are key to overall IVD growth:
- Growth in molecular diagnostics driven by: the shift from microbiology and immunoassay to molecular, an expansion of assay panels, and increased access with low complexity instruments
- Growth in next gen sequencing driven by increased access through cost improvement (e.g., $1,000 genome), along with a growth in personalized medicine
- Growth in point-of-care diagnostics in hospital and clinical settings, especially in remote and rural areas, where physicians and patients demand faster – and more accurate – decision making
Source: Statista, Total Global Medical Technology Revenue, 2009-2022