2019 Annual Sponsored US Cataract Surgeon Survey Report
|出版商||Market Scope, LLC||商品編碼||644815|
|給美國的白內障外科醫生的年度調查報告 2019 Annual Sponsored US Cataract Surgeon Survey Report|
|出版日期: 2019年05月31日||內容資訊: 英文||
Since 2001, Market Scope has conducted annual surveys of US cataract surgeons on important issues regarding practice characteristics, product preferences, surgical techniques, and practice marketing. Our survey highlights practice patterns regarding presbyopic-correcting IOLs (PC-IOLs), toric IOLs, extended depth of focus (EDOF) IOLs, correction of astigmatism, femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (FLACS), sugical location, interest in upcoming technology, equipment use, treatment and management of glaucoma and micro-invasive glaucoma survery (MIGS) devices and much more. We also measure market share by manufacturer, product, and market segment. Leading ophthalmic firms and organizations sponsor the survey in order to better understand industry dynamics and gain important insights into surgeons' experiences and preferences, as well as emerging trends. We surveyed using paper surveys mailed to cataract surgeons and online to surgeons registered on our website.
Market Scope surveyed US cataract surgeons during March and April 2019 to measure perceptions of ophthalmic manufacturers, practice patterns, product market share, and plans for the coming year. We received 356 responses, representing 533 US cataract surgeons. Cumulatively, surgeons replying to the survey reported performing 58,865 IOL procedures, which represents approximately 5.6 percent of all US IOL procedures during Q1-2019.
This report includes responses to opinion questions, such as plans to purchase new equipment or preferred IOL features. All results are calculated based on respondent count; because not all questions are applicable to all providers, the respondent count (n), may vary throughout the survey. Quantitative market data, such as types of IOL implanted, phaco machines used, and viscoelastics used, were weighted by volume to reflect actual market size. We had a disproportionate share of surveys from high-volume surgeons with their own surgery centers. In order to reduce this bias, we stratified and weighted surveys by procedure volume and location of surgery to reflect known market dynamics.
Questions included in the survey were developed by Market Scope and companies that sponsor the survey.
Nathan Joined Market Scope in March of 2018 as a senior analyst; he analyzes survey and report data and leads process-improvement initiatives that support the analytics strategy. Nathan has an MBA from Missouri University of Science & Technology and over 10 years of experience in analytical and process improvement roles. Nathan enjoys spending time with his children, playing with his dogs, triathlon training and reading biographies.