Future scenarios 2011

Although the United States will hold its lead in medical technology innovation, the country will continue to lose ground during the next decade. The Innovation Scorecard projects declines for the United States, Japan, Israel, France, the United Kingdom, and Germany.

China, India, and Brazil will experience the strongest gains during the next 10 years. They are quickly taking the lead in developing lean, frugal, and reverse innovation that will enable them to leapfrog developed countries in innovative healthcare delivery. Of the nine countries, China, which has shown the strongest improvement in innovative capacity during the past five years, is expected to continue to outpace other countries and reach near parity with the developed nations of Europe by 2020.

The Medical Technology Innovation Scorecard report polled the nine nations to inquire how attractive they believed the market would be in 2015. The BRIC / developing nations had a more optimistic outlook. View individual country responses to how attractive they believed the market opportunity would be in 2015 here.

Our perspectives

Josh Makower shares his views on the future of the medical technology ecosystem
Josh Makower, M.D., Founder & Chief Executive Officer of ExploraMed, shares his views on the future of the medical technology ecosystem.
 

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Innovation Scorecard Comparison
The interactive graphic above allows you to view the scores and data for each country and to compare any two of the nine countries.

Global Contacts

Brazil

Eliane Kihara
Tel: +55 11 3674 2455
Rodrigo Vinau
Tel: +55 11 3674 2000

China

Mark Gilbraith
Tel: +86 21 2323 2898
David Wood
Tel: +86 10 6533 5335
Jia X Xu
Tel: +86 10 6533 7734

France

Philippe Nguyen
Tel: +33 1 56 57 7769

Germany

Volker Fitzner
Tel: +49 69 9585 5602
Martin Schloh
Tel: +49 89 5790 5102
Zun-Gon Kim
Tel: +49 89 5790 6245

India

Sujay Shetty
Tel: +91 22 6669 1305

Israel

Claudio Yarza
Tel: +972 3 795 4 590

Japan

Kenichiro Abe
Tel: +81 80 3158 5929
Kensuke K Koda
Tel: +81 90 6514 8101
Mie M Onodera
Tel: +81 03 5251 2791
Kaoru K Sato
Tel: +81 80 3317 6957

United Kingdom

Jo Pisani
Tel: +44 207 804 3744
Simon Friend
Tel: +44 20 7213 4875
Steve Arlington
Tel: +44 20 7213 4622

United States

Christopher Wasden
Tel: +1 646 471 6090
Michael Swanick
Tel: +1 267 330 6060

Attractiveness of market commercialization opportunity

Figure 17 from the report plots survey respondents expectations for which countries will become more or less attractive for medical technology commercialization opportunities in 2015.

Emerging economies were expected to become more attractive due to a new and growing consumer class.