Growing rate of cognitive behavioral disorders is expected to increase the demand for outpatient clinics in the forthcoming years. Moreover, therapists in global outpatient clinics are witnessing increasing requirement for relapse management and prevention, contributing significantly towards growth of global market for outpatient clinics.
A recent report estimates that the global outpatient clinics market will expand at a moderate 4.3% CAGR during the projection period, to touch an evaluation of over US$ 39,000Mn by the end of 2022. Companies namely Cleveland Clinic, Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Kaiser Permanente Inc., Memorial Sloan Kettering and M D Anderson Cancer Center among others will witness a significant growth globally. Leading companies are working towards marketing strategies such as product innovations and expanding their product portfolio.
Cleveland Clinic Opens Novel Outpatient Medical Center
On the border of Cuyahoga and Stow Falls, Cleveland Clinic plans to open an outpatient medical center. Stow-Falls is renovated and is a 33,000sq.ft center that offers lab services, therapy services for children, dermatology, Falls Family Practice and Express Care. The novel outpatient medical center is located in Stow but holds the mailing address of Cuyahoga Falls.
The new location includes a rock wall, sensory room and two gyms. Children’s therapy services focus on those recovering from any serious injury by increasing their functional capabilities. These services also take care of chronically ill children. Falls Family Practice provides preventive medications and management of chronic and acute diseases of patients, regardless of age. Express Care delivers walk-in medical preference for patients suffering from health issues that includes upper respiratory tract diseases, urinary tract infections, sinus infections, simple strains and sprains, skin rashes, seasonal allergies, minor cuts and bumps, throat and ear infections, conjunctivitis as well as flu and cold symptoms.
Mayo Clinic Plans To Open a Clinic in Hudson
Mayo Clinic is planning to open a 100,000sq.ft clinic in Hudson soon after the city provides required permit approval. The company is planning to locate the new clinic in North-Hudson, Stageline Road at the intersection of Highway 35 and Interstate 94. Mayo Clinic had agreed to purchase the land by submitting land zoning application for providing all-inclusive services.
The new clinic will include nearly eight operating rooms, seventy-five clinic rooms and four practice suites. Mayo Clinic will provide both specialty & primary care providers with clinic functions and outpatient surgical services. The new facility is expected to pose competitive challenges in twin Cities.
Apart from this Mayo Clinic is planning to shut down its Adams Clinic due to reducing need for services in the rural areas of Southeast Minnesota. Mayo Clinic basically wants to built-up a rightly sustainable care model for the rural communities with the incorporation of ideas such as having nurses rotate between towns to provide patients with non-visit care choices and 24/7 Nurse Line. Global healthcare providers are working on cost concerns, innovating patient model and retention and recruitment processes. Manufacturers are also working towards constructing new models for the purpose of wellness promotion, routine conditions and medication maintenance, so that patients can use them according to their own convenience at home.
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