Comments from Decision Resources Group Analyst René Azeez:
- "The fact is that if you take a very wide view, most of the health care data providers do have a reasonably reliable ballpark estimates for what would be the size of the global orthopedic industry. The truth, however, is that it's still clear that ASCs are very much nuanced and the trends are not as well understood. ASC trends can be quite different from other settings."
- "Although procedures might be performed in multiple settings, their adoption in those settings is not necessarily directly proportional, but they are dependent on a myriad of independent factors. Factors like the complexity of a procedure, reimbursement inconsistencies—particularly in the ASC setting—surgeon comfort, and the degree of invasiveness of a given procedure can alter trends dramatically."
- René Azeez has written a report on the subject, which can be found here.
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