Although the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted the US spinal implant market in the short-term, other factors will continue to drive market growth over the forecast period. In particular, spinal implant market expansion will be driven by the uptake of premium innovations such as 3-D printed implants, nonfusion technologies, and minimally invasive devices. Nonetheless, downward pricing pressure resulting from hospital budget constraints, procedure volumes shifting toward ASCs, and implant commoditization will limit overall market potential, even as favorable demographic trends support modest procedure volume growth.

This Medtech 360 Report provides comprehensive data and analysis on the current state of the market for spinal implants in the US across a 10-year period.

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a significant impact on markets for devices used in elective procedures, including spinal implants.

How are procedure volumes in different segments of the market being affected by the crisis?

What strategies are companies implementing to mitigate risk and manage uncertainty?

How will the crisis affect procedure volumes at different sites of service?

The shift toward performing spinal implant procedures in ASCs will have an impact on the spinal implant market.

What factors are driving the shift to ASCs?

How is reimbursement affecting sites of service for spinal implant procedures?

What impact will this shift have on ASPs and procedure volumes in the spinal implant market?

Additive manufacturing will have a significant impact on the market.

What types of implants are being manufactured using 3-D printing?

What are the potential benefits of 3-D printing and how will it affect the adoption of certain implants?

How is 3-D printing affecting the choice of materials for IBDs?

Reimbursement changes are altering the market for nonfusion technologies. 

Which products will be affected by reimbursement changes? How will these changes affect the growth potential of these products?

Which product segments should competitors focus on for growth opportunities?

Strategic acquisitions, partnerships, and distribution deals help manufacturers expand their product portfolios and customer bases.

Which competitors have recently engaged in acquisitions or partnership activities?

Which segments are most affected by these recent agreements?

What are the benefits for companies partnering with or acquiring other competitors in the spinal implant market?

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Author(s): Swarnadip Dutta, MBA

Swarnadip Dutta is a team lead within the Orthopedics, Dental, and Aesthetics Medtech Insights team at Decision Resources Group, specializing in the fields of dental implants, joint reconstruction, and craniomaxillofacial devices. Swarnadip holds a Master's degree in Bioinformatics and Biotechnology from SRM University, an MBA in Operations Management, and a Six Sigma Green Belt certification from the Indian Statistical Institute.

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