Health Industry Distributors Association (HIDA)

"The Health Industry Distributors Association (HIDA) is the international trade association representing medical products distributors. Since 1902, HIDA has provided leadership in the healthcare distribution industry."
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70 Reports from Health Industry Distributors Association (HIDA)

  • HIDA 2019 Home Care Market Report

    ... palliative care, $28.5 billion. In 2030, 21% of the population is projected to be over the age of 65. As the aging population continues to grow, and consumer preference moves toward aging in place, demand ... Read More

  • HIDA 2019 Physician Office Market Report

    ... by 2027 ($1.2 trillion). The aging U.S. population contributes to this spending growth. By 2060, over half of the U.S. population is expected to be age 75+, a demographic that spends four times more on ... Read More

  • HIDA 2019 Ambulatory Surgery Center Market Report

    ... capabilities as the primary driver of growth; however, they also cite the aging U.S. population, and increased surgical capacity as contributors. In 2017, 5,603 Medicare-certified ASCs treated over 3.4 million Medicare fee-for-service (FFS) beneficiaries. The ... Read More

  • HIDA Hospitals & Health Systems Market Report

    ... largely by increasedMedicare and Medicaid spending. By 2027, U.S. spend on hospitals is expected to reach $2 trillion.As of 2019, there were an estimated 6,210 hospitals nationwide.Many Hospitals Struggle To Remain ProfitableIn 2018, median for-profit ... Read More

  • HIDA 2019 Post-Acute Market Report

    ... over half of Americans are expected to be 75 or older. Seniors age 65-84 spend four times as much on healthcare annually as younger Americans age 19-44. Within a decade, federal spending on seniors above ... Read More

  • HIDA 2019 Laboratory Market Report

    ... According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), in 2018 there were 264,000 clinical laboratories nationwide. Staffing was cited as the top challenge facing laboratories in 2018. This comes as the U.S. Bureau ... Read More

  • HIDA Chartbook 2019 Home Care Labor Shortage

    ... Is The Preferred Setting For Patients • Nearly A Million People Are Employed In Home Care • Retention, Recruitment And Low Salaries Are Top Challenges For The Profession • Workforce Shortages Expected In The Future Read More

  • HIDA Medicaid 360: State-By-State Medicaid Report

    ... of state priorities. From a lawsuit surrounding work requirements to the availability of telehealth coverage, this year has been marked by states’ attempts at implementing a wide range of innovative strategies to simultaneously contain costs ... Read More

  • HIDA 2019 Medicare Report

    ... future expansions. Thispolicy platform carried over into the midterm elections, where Democratic nominees in both traditionally blue andred states advocated for this single payer system — with varying degrees of success and to a diverse ... Read More

  • HIDA 2018 State Licensure Report

    ... to provide licensure information to both single-state and multi-state distributors. The report addresses the 50 states that have relevant licensure requirements for wholesale drug distributors. The report includes a listing of each state’s oversight agency ... Read More

  • HIDA 2018 Home Care Market Report

    ... 56.3% to $225 billion by 2024. From 2000 to 2016, the number of U.S. HHA visits increased 26% to more than 114 million. Over this time period, the number of HHA providers increased 62.1% to ... Read More

  • HIDA 2018 Physician Office Market Report

    ... is projected to exceed $1 trillion annually. The aging U.S. population and rising rates of obesity are projected to increase demand for primary care services over the next decade. Financial Concerns Affect Practice And Physician ... Read More

  • HIDA 2018 Influenza Vaccine Production & Distribution Market Brief

    ... chain and key information from the eighth annual “HIDA Flu Products Survey” of distributors conducted in May 2018. The survey demonstrates the essential role that distributors will serve during the 2018-2019 flu season by helping ... Read More

  • HIDA 2018 Hospitals And Health Systems Market Report (Formerly Acute Care)

    ... spending increased 4.1%, 0.8% lower than the growth in overall healthcare spending. As of 2017, 30% of hospitals were losing money. Hospital executives cite government and payer constraints allowing costs to rise faster than revenues, ... Read More

  • HIDA 2018 Ambulatory Surgery Center Market Report

    ... for revenue growth are: lower outpatient surgery costs in ASCs compared to other settings, improved safety driven by technological advancements, and the aging U.S. population. There are more than 6,100 ASCs in the U.S, and ... Read More

  • HIDA 2018 Lab Market Report

    ... Rate Reductions Take Effect Beginning January 2018, the new clinical laboratory fee schedule (CLFS) was implemented. This cut reimbursement for 75% of tests listed, adding additional financial pressure to laboratories nationwide. Genetic Testing Market More ... Read More

  • HIDA 2018 Post-Acute Market Report

    ... than half of these seniors are estimated to require post-acute care services, and one-quarter are expected to need two or more years of services. Skilled Nursing Occupancy Predicted To Exceed Capacity Occupancy trends are expected ... Read More

  • HIDA 2018 Hospital And Health System Provider Survey

    ... to offsite locations, value analysis, standardization, and technology integration. This report describes the level of integration that exists between non-acute and acute settings, and what factors drive health system supply chain decision making. Key findings: ... Read More

  • HIDA 2018 ASC Provider Survey

    ... results, with improving outcomes cited as the most important factor in their organization's supply chain strategy. This report describes how ASCs make medical product decisions, and what new services they plan to offer in the ... Read More

  • Health System Supply Chain Strategies: Insights From IDN Executives

    ... delivery network (IDN) executives to learn how systems will approach supply chain strategy over the coming years. Nearly all systems continue to depend on their partnership with healthcare distributors to reduce costs, and many plan ... Read More

  • Medicaid 360: State-By-State Medicaid Report

    ... future of Medicaidfunding is just as unclear. However, the inclusion ofMedicaid reform in both the American Health Care Act(AHCA) and in the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA)indicates a legitimate desire to rework the program,although finding ... Read More

  • Medicare 360: 2018 Medicare Reimbursement Report A Market-By-Market Analysis

    ... Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) isaccelerating efforts to tie Medicare payment to quality and outcomes across all provider settings, which will leadto continued shifts in payment models. Specific provider segments including labs and physicians have ... Read More

  • 2017 Physician Office Market Report

    ... bring in $513 billion in revenue to practices. An aging population and newly insured patients has driven new volume for physician offices, and demand for medical supplies. The leading factor for growth in the primary ... Read More

  • 2017 Acute Care Market Report

    ... 2016 to 2025, spend on hospital services is expected to grow at an average rate of 5.5% annually. Health Systems Multi-facility health systems have continued to acquire hospitals. Over a period of 10 years, the ... Read More

  • Consumerism: Value Is the Driving Force In Patient Behavior

    ... behavior ischanging significantly, and resulting in winners and losers among healthcare providers. HIDA’s most recentonline survey of 1,045 healthcare consumers found that they are paying close attention both to the price ofservices, and to quality. ... Read More

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