The global medical computer carts market size valued at US$ 204.57 million in 2020 and expected to reach US$ 493.86 million by 2027, registering at a CAGR of 16.3% during the forecast period. Medical computer cart devices are designed to reduce the workload on healthcare professionals and enhance the patient care. Medical computer carts are used in healthcare for various applications such as medical recording, training, charting, nursing education and also medicine dispensing. Medical computer carts range from small and portable carts used in small clinics to the fully featured medical computer carts used for simplification of many complicated processes. Companies are adapting mergers and acquisitions for boosting their market share. The medical computer carts market have grown in popularity over the years as a result of their numerous uses in disciplines such as medical documentation, training, charting, nursing education, and pharmaceutical distribution. Furthermore, concentrating on the customization and incorporating new and innovative features for the devices and place them as unique in the market. For instance, in July 2014, Caspa Solutions LLC, a leading provider of medical management systems acquired Kirby Lester, a provider of automated medication dispensing solutions for various segments of healthcare. By this acquisition, Capsa Solutions expanded its product portfolio. Similarly, in June 2016, TouchPoint Medical acquired healthcare technology business of InterMetro Industries, that includes medical dispensing carts, access center and medispense automated dispensing machines, and metromount wall mounting systems.
Key Developments :
In April 2020, Midwest Products & Engineering (MPE-INC) (U.S.) launched an emergency response cart to solve ventilator workflow issues related to the urgent treatment of COVID-19 patients.
In August 2021, Capsa Healthcare has aquired Specialty Carts, Inc., a healthcare cart manufacturer based in St. Louis, MO. Capsa’s purchase of Specialty Carts is the company’s sixth major brand acquisition in the last 11 years.