Industry Data Model

Home Healthcare Products

The global home healthcare market consisting of diagnostics and monitoring devices, therapeutics devices, mobility assist devices and medical supplies will increase to $303.6 billion in 2020, up from $176.1 billion in 2013.

The growth of this market is mainly driven by:

The home healthcare market is segmented by product types into:

The therapeutic equipment market is segmented into home respiratory therapy equipment, insulin delivery, home dialysis equipment and therapeutic equipment.

The diagnostic equipment market is classified into diabetic care unit, BP monitors, home IV (intravenous) pumps, multi parameter diagnostic monitors, home pregnancy and fertility kits, self monitoring equipment, sleep and apnea monitors and heart rate meters.

The mobility assist market is segmented into wheel chair, home medical furniture and walking assist devices.

Key services in the home healthcare market include rehabilitation, unskilled home care, respiratory therapy services, infusion therapy services and telemetry.

The market for diagnostics and monitoring devices segment account for the bulk of the home healthcare devices market. However, the fastest growing segment is therapeutics devices consisting of insulin delivery devices, nebulizers, ventilators and CPAP devices to treat sleep apnea, IV equipment and dialysis equipment.

AlarmsEmergency first aid supplies
Ambulatory aids cane accessoriesFeeding systems
Automobile aidsFoot care products
Back supportsFurniture and supplies
BandagesHydrotherapy products
Bathroom safety aidsLifts
Cushioning supportsMaternity products
Daily living aidsPhysical/occupational therapy equipment
Diabetes productsRehabilitation supplies
Diagnosis equipmentRespiratory care equipment
Dialysis home units

The Home Healthcare Products industry model set consists of Enterprise, Business Area, and Data Warehouse logical data models developed for companies manufacturing and marketing home healthcare products.

Home healthcare products tend to have high profits margins of as much as 50%, which justify their evaluation based upon gross margin versus unit sales.

Home healthcare products that were once available only in specialty stores are now marketed via a variety of retail and drug store channels.

As the general population ages and home caregiving becomes more prevalent home healthcare products will play an even larger role in consumer spending.