The global operating room integration market size was valued at USD 1682 million in 2021 and is predicted to reach a valuation of USD 4380 million by 2030 at a CAGR of 11% during the forecast period (2022–2030). The technological advancements and the existing amount of data available have dramatically led to the growth of operating rooms. Hospitals strive to construct rooms to increase practicality and improve patient convenience. The integrated operating room, also known as an electronic operating room, is a paradigm that is changing OR architecture for medical employees in the coming generations.
OR Integration merges advanced technologies, knowledge, and employees from across the health center to establish a purpose-built platform that lowers reliance on cell phones. Sophisticated audiovisual technology often includes multi-image touchscreen displays and real-time surveillance systems, allowing clinicians in the OR to have an unrestricted permit for patient data archives and resources. This creates improved interconnection with the external world, which improves clinical outcomes. An increasing number of minimally invasive surgeries, growing funding to improve Operating Room (OR) infrastructure, and rising congestion in ORs are among the key factors driving the market growth.
The global operating room integration market is divided in terms of component, device type, application, and region.
Get more information on this report Download Sample Report
MIS includes laparoscopic surgeries and robotic surgery; which have a wide range of surgical applications. In addition, hospitals have turned their emphasis to highly sophisticated MIS techniques for debilitating ailments. This is due to the benefits of this procedure, such as few post-operative complications & reduced hospital stay, less painful process, and fast recovery time. It also offers a precise accuracy rate as compared to traditional open surgeries. The market is fuelled by MIS techniques such as TAVR, EAR, and laparoscopic, performed in composite integrated Operating Rooms (ORs). Hence, the increase in patient preference for MIS and its adoption by surgeons is boosting the market growth.
Furthermore, image-guided and MIS are increasingly performed in operating rooms with advanced audiovisual technology. These operating rooms are turnkey installations that comprise touchscreen control, high-resolution video displays, and digital information archiving integrated into a purpose-built system that decreases dependence on mobile equipment and increases patient flow. It improves patient outcomes, which propels the overall market.
In October 2021, Alpine Health received approximately USD 934,000 to upgrade its hospital facilities. It received funding through Round 5 of the Rural Health Infrastructure Fund (RHIF), a state government initiative.
Another contribution to the market was in January 2018, when Clemson University and Medical University of South Carolina announced the establishment of a high-fidelity, integrated operating room at the Clemson Design Center in Charleston. In 2015, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality financed the working model for USD 4 million to establish a reliable and practical operating room. The funding to improve the overall efficiency of OR by the research foundation is anticipated to propel market growth over the forecast period. Hence, increasing demand to cease healthcare costs and funding to enhance OR infrastructure in hospitals around the globe is driving the market.
With significant growth in the worldwide population, there is a remarkable increase in demand for healthcare services. The healthcare system in an emerging country like India is still evolving with modern applications and innovations in medical technologies. Despite these new proven technologies, some degree of the manual workforce is still required. In addition, emerging countries struggle with essential resources.
Southeast Asia requires a 50% surge in the healthcare workforce to provide universal health coverage by 2030. Moreover, several challenges, such as shortages and an unbalanced distribution of skilled health workers, further limit the market growth.
The convergence of 4K and 8K advancements in operating rooms represents a potential growth for the worldwide operating room integration solutions market. In terms of better clarity and shorter operative periods, 4K technology outperforms the old HD technique.
Additionally, the convergence of software solutions within the OR represents another potential for market expansion. The use of artificial intelligence (AI) methods such as machine learning algorithms, for example, has enormous potential to alter the way operating rooms operate.
The global operating room integration market share is divided by component, device type, application, and region.
In terms of components, the operating room integration market is segmented into software and services. The global software integration room market is dominated and valued at USD 920 Million in 2021. It is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 11% during the forecast period, to reach an expected value of USD 2,360 Million in 2030. These integrated software solutions provide continuous connectivity across various devices used in operating rooms to optimize surgical operations and assure ease of use and effectiveness. Moreover, this software help decrease surgical times, advance coordination between healthcare providers, and improve the patient's safety.
In terms of device type operating room integration market is segmented into audio-video management systems, document management systems, and display systems. The global document management system market was worth USD 610 million in 2021 and is expected to be worth USD 1,530 million by 2030, growing at an 11 % CAGR during the forecast period. The market is boosted by the number of surgical procedures and a growing concern for patient safety in operating rooms. A large patient population and increasing medical records are the key factors contributing to market expansion. In addition, the advent of EHR and EMR in healthcare settings and their rapid adoption over the past few years is further boosting market growth. In addition, the increasing complexity of the surgical environment and increasing medical errors by physicians is also driving factor for this segment.
In terms of application, the operating room integration market is segmented into general surgery, orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, and others. The global general surgery market was valued at USD 595 Million in 2021. It is expected to reach USD 1,500 Million in 2030 at a CAGR of 11% during the forecast period. The market is being driven by a boost in the frequency of invasive procedures, with a significant proportion of minimally invasive procedures being performed due to many perks such as decreased hospitalization, less painful characteristics, and an intense concentration on patient health in operating rooms. In addition, increasing demand for advanced healthcare infrastructure and the high adoption rate of integrated operating room procedures due to expanding pool of patients with chronic diseases is further boosting the market growth.
In terms of end-use, the operating room integration market is segmented into hospitals and ASCs. The global hospitals market was valued at USD 1,070 Million in 2021. It is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12% during the forecast period, to reach an expected value of USD 2,730 Million in 2030. The hospital segment ruled the market and accounted for the largest revenue share of 64% in 2021. This can be attributed to the high introduction of integrated operating rooms. As the frequency of chronic conditions increases, I-ORs reduce the pressure on practitioners and the intricacy so that they can handle the workflow correctly. Moreover, the changing technological advancement in medical equipment over the expected period is ascribed to the increased usage of I-ORs.
In terms of region, the operating room integration market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa.
Regional Growth Insights Request Sample Pages
North America ruled the global operating room integration market. The North American operating room integration market was valued at USD 765 Million in 2021. It is predicted to reach a value of USD 1,855 Million by 2030 at a CAGR of 11%. This can be attributed to overcrowding of operating rooms with the addition of operating room devices and image-capturing devices, etc., an increase in preference for integrated operating rooms that allow surgeons to continue operating with real-time information, and a rise in patient's preference for minimally invasive surgeries. Besides modern healthcare facilities, several essential firms pursuing various tactical objectives and growing importance for excellent care via cutting-edge technologies such as integrated ORs and 4K 3D are projected to drive market expansion.
For instance, in March 2021, Canvys, a Richardson Electronics company, launched a 15.6-inch custom display with Full HD Resolution for industrial and medical applications, thus expanding its product offerings.
In 2021, the Asia-Pacific operating room integration market will be valued at USD 255 Million. It is predicted to reach a value of USD 740 Million by 2030 growing at a CAGR of 13%. Asia-Pacific is anticipated to expand fastly, creating potential market growth. The operating room integration market is boosted by the increasing patient population suffering from chronic disorders that require surgical interventions, rising demand for sophisticated medical devices in hospitals, a rising number of minimally invasive procedures, and rapidly improving healthcare infrastructure.
However, the high cost of surgical procedures, shortage of skilled professionals, and a lack of affordability to access healthcare services in many emerging Asia-Pacific countries are restraining the market growth. Furthermore, increasing medical tourism in the region is expected to create market opportunities for manufacturers.