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Date:11/21/2011

2 U.S. HOSPITALS WITH SURGERY DEPARTMENTS, 2010

(NUMBER OF HOSPITALS) 21

OUTPATIENT SURGERY CENTERS .. 22

PHYSICIAN PRACTICES . 22

FIGURE 3 TREND IN THE NUMBER OF ACTIVE U.S. PHYSICIANS,

2002 AND 2010 (THOUSANDS) ... 22

TABLE 2 DISTRIBUTION OF U.S. PHYSICIANS BY PRACTICE

SETTNG/SIZE, 1996–2005 (%) ... 23

RETAIL ESTABLISHMENTS ... 23

FIGURE 4 TREND IN THE NUMBER OF RETAIL DRUG OUTLETS,

2000–2008 (THOUSAND UNITS) . 24

HOME CARE .. 24

FIGURE 5 TRENDS IN U.S. EXPENDITURES ON HOME HEALTH

CARE, 2000–2009 ($ BILLIONS) .. 25

MILITARY .. 25

FIGURE 6 U.S. MILITARY HEALTH EXPENDITURES, FY 2000–FY

2010 ($ BILLIONS) 26

MEDICAL RESEARCH/CLINICAL LABORATORIES ... 26

MEDICAL SCHOOLS/OTHER TRAINING INSTITUTIONS . 27

MARKET SUMMARY ... 27

TABLE 3 U.S. MEDICAL AUTOMATION MARKET BY FUNCTION ... 27

FIGURE 7 U.S. MEDICAL AUTOMATION MARKET SHARES (%) . 28

CHAPTER FOUR: MARKET ENVIRONMENT FOR MEDICAL

AUTOMATION ... 29

LAWS AND REGULATIONS ... 29

FDA REGULATION ... 29

FDA Regulation (Continued)... 30

FDA Regulation (Continued)... 31

MEDICARE/MEDICAID RULES .. 32

PATIENT PROTECTION AND AFFORDABLE CARE ACT... 33

DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS .. 34

GROWTH AND STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN THE U.S.

POPULATION .. 34

TABLE 4 TRENDS IN TOTAL U.S. POPULATION AND POPULATION

AGED 65 AND OLDER, THROUGH 2016 (MILLIONS) . 35

TRENDS IN THE NUMBER OF ELDERLY PEOPLE LIVING

IN THEIR OWN HOMES . 35

FIGURE 8 TRENDS IN THE PERCENTAGE OF AMERICANS OVER

AGE 65 REMAINING IN THEIR HOMES, 1985–2008 (%) 36

TRENDS IN THE HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY .. 36

RISING HOSPITAL/NURSING HOME COSTS .. 37

FIGURE 9 TRENDS IN U.S. HOSPITAL AND NURSING HOME

COSTS 2000 AND 2010 ($) ... 37

PHYSICIAN ATTITUDES TOWARD HOME CARE ... 38<
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