The global medical device market is expected to exceed $543 billion by 2020, driven by a combination of sustained growth in stable markets and high growth in emerging markets. In many regions of the world, demand for medical devices far outweighs existing supplies.

The Asia-Pacific region, with more than half of the world’s population, should soon overtake the European Union as the world’s second-largest market for medical devices. However, manufacturers will need to manage multiple issues—political, cultural, logistical, and national regulatory disparities.

Without a strong supply chain to ensure efficiency, a company can risk alienating the very consumers it has worked so hard to help. In addition, an inefficient supply chain can prevent a manufacturer from expanding its network of partners and suppliers.



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CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR MEDICAL DEVICE MANUFACTURERS