Kelly Patrick

Kelly Patrick

Kelly Patrick manages the Healthcare Technology team, which is part of the Technology practice at Omdia.

In addition to managing the strategic direction of the team, Kelly is focused on producing highly detailed customer-driven projects and developing market studies in the segments for imaging, clinical care devices, healthcare IT, and digital health market. Her main areas of expertise include infusion pumps, patient monitors, ventilators, sleep therapy, oxygen therapy, and nebulizers. She works on both syndicated and custom research, producing high-quality market data, forecasts, and competitive intelligence.

Kelly has more than 12 years of research experience within the healthcare technology industry. Prior to joining Omdia, she worked as a study scientist involved in the development of new immunoassay techniques and sample analysis.

Kelly holds a Bachelor of Science degree with honours in pharmacology from the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom. She is based at the company's Wellingborough, England, office.

 


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Diagnostic Cardiology Report - 2020

The Diagnostic Cardiology Report - 2020 by IHS Markit provides a global analysis of the diagnostic cardiology market, specifically the electrocardiography market and the remote cardiac monitoring market.

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Healthcare Technology
White paper on COVID-19 impact - Update on the world’s major healthcare device markets

The Healthcare Technology team at Omdia has reviewed several of the core medical device markets to understand how the pandemic is changing purchasing and affecting demand at a time of critical decision-making. The team’s expertise has been garnered to provide an update on the key medical imaging and clinical care markets to serve as a guide for the healthcare industry during a time of uncertainty.

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Healthcare Technology
Strong uplift in shipments expected for ventilators, despite current extreme shortage

As the daily toll of those sickened from the coronavirus continues to rise across the globe, an acute shortage of ventilators is prompting a desperate search for the critically needed machines, prompting government-led initiatives as well as private-sector partnerships to come up with new ventilator solutions.

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Healthcare Technology
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