U.S. Burn Care Centers Market (By Facility Type: In-hospital, Standalone; By Treatment Type; By Burn Severity; By Service Type) - Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, Revenue, Regional Outlook and Forecast 2022-2030.

Published Date : Jun 2022 | No. of Pages : 150+ Pages | Category : Healthcare

The U.S. burn care centers market was valued at USD 6 billion in 2021 and it is predicted to surpass around USD 10.4 billion by 2030 with a CAGR of 6.3% from 2022 to 2030.

U.S. Burn Care Centers Market Size 2021 to 2030

The rising number of burn-related injuries is aiding the market growth. As per the data of the WHO, annually, about 500,000 patients were treated under emergency services in the U.S. The increasing number of treatment centers and facilities in the country owing to the increasing preference of patients for more personalized care and value-based services as compared to the general health services is bolstering the growth. Moreover, the introduction of advanced treatment options such as skin graft, wound debridement, and reconstructive surgery is expected to increase industry growth in the forecast years.

Growing awareness initiatives by government organizations such as the WHO and nonprofit organizations are also expected to fuel market growth in the coming future. These initiatives result in an increase in the number of injured patients seeking treatment from either in-hospital care units or standalone units owing to the increased awareness about injuries and commercial availability of effective treatments. This is expected to fuel the growth in the U.S.

Long in-hospital stays, multiple operating procedures, along with the requirements of expensive equipment make it a cost-intensive area. In addition, the growing demand for hygienic infection control areas for any burn care unit makes them quite expensive, which negatively affects market growth.

Scope of The Report

Report Coverage Details
Market Size in 2021 USD 6 billion
Revenue Forecast by 2030 USD 10.4 billion
Growth rate from 2022 to 2030 CAGR of 6.3%
Base Year 2021
Forecast Period 2022 to 2030
Segmentation Facility type, procedure type, burn severity, service type
Companies Covered Saint Francis Memorial Hospital Bothin Burn Center; LAC+USC Medical Burn Center; Weill Cornell Medicine William Randolph Hearst Burn Center; Temple University Hospital Adult Burn Center; Parkland Memorial Hospital Regional Burn Center; MedStar Washington Hospital Center; St. Barnabas Burn Center; UMC Lions Burn Center; University of Chicago Burn Center; Ohio State University Hospital Adult Burn Center; University of Miami Jackson Memorial Hospital Burn Center; Brigham and Women's Hospital Burn Center Adult Burn Center

 

Facility Type Insights

In 2021, the standalone segment held the largest revenue share of over 55.0% and is also expected to register the fastest growth rate over the forecast period. The growth can be attributed to the increasing number of patients preferring personalized care and value-based services over quantity-oriented offerings. Another reason driving the segment is the presence of a higher number of beds in freestanding facilities for long-term care of victims compared to in-hospital care. Furthermore, standalone units have specialty doctors and nurses who provide superior quality of care, which results in fewer infections. Thus, the majority of patients prefer to seek treatment from these facilities.

There is a rise in the availability of intensive care units in standalone facilities to manage long-term care for victims unlike in hospitals, where emergency admissions pose a challenge for hospitals as they lack in managing long-term stays. This is expected to increase the adoption of specialized care treatment provided by standalone facilities and over-generalized care offered by hospitals. Moreover, the introduction of advanced burn treatment options such as skin graft, wound debridement, and reconstructive surgery is expected to increase market growth in the forecast years. Product innovation, partnerships of standalone units with local healthcare providers to enter the U.S. market, and mergers & acquisitions are some of the strategies that further push the market growth.

Treatment Type Insights

In 2021, wound debridement emerged as the largest segment with a revenue share of over 30.0%. Various wound debridement procedures such as autolysis, enzymatic, mechanical, and surgical are performed in the burn care centers for the majority of the patients. Surgical debridement is the most performed procedure as this procedure is rapid and is applicable to many types of burn wounds.

Increasing adoption of these procedures owing to various associated benefits such as preventing infection and promoting healing among patients is driving its adoption. Moreover, the introduction of new debridement technologies, such as ultrasound debridement therapy, hydro surgery, monofilament polyester fiber pad debridement, and fluid jet technology, is positively contributing to the growth.

The skin graft segment is expected to witness the fastest growth over the forecast period. Increasing incidence of burns owing to various factors such as increased exposure to fire, overcrowding, lack of proper safety measures, and lack of supervision of children is boosting the adoption of skin grafting procedures for quality treatment and enhanced patient management. The skin grafting procedure involves the removal of healthy skin from one area and its transplantation on the other.

Burn Severity Insights

In 2021, partial-thickness burns held the largest revenue share of over 65.0%. It is also known as second-degree burns and involves the epidermis layer of the skin. These types of injuries are usually caused by chemicals, flames, scald injuries, sunburn, and electricity. The treatment of partial-thickness burns generates the most income in the treatment facilities and care units in the U.S. Depending on the severity of the injury, the treatment management plan including long-term observation care as well as other care services are decided.

The partial-thickness wounds treatment market is growing at a fast pace over the past few years owing to the increase in the number of hospitalized patients each year on the account of partial burns. Thus, the increasing prevalence of injuries in pediatrics and adults is expected to fuel growth in the market.

Full-thickness burn is expected to register the fastest CAGR over the forecast period. In full-thickness burns, all the layers of the skin are destroyed and may even penetrate the layer of fat below the skin. They are majorly caused by various external factors including radiation, chemicals, respiratory, electricity, and thermal causes. Skin grafts are majorly used for the treatment of such cases as they support fast healing of the wound.

Service Type Insights

In 2021, the inpatient service type emerged as the largest segment with a revenue share of over 80.0% due to a rise in the percentage of hospital admissions for victims. The segment is also expected to be the fastest-growing segment over the forecast period. The high costs associated with inpatient services are resulting in the growth of the segment as the number of hospital admissions and ED visits are witnessing a declining trend.

As per the statistics of the American Burn Association, every year, almost 450,000 burn injuries occur in the U.S. Economic support and investments for setting up advanced specialty burn care centers are likely to impel the market growth. Favorable reimbursement policies for treatment procedures performed in the in-house and standalone units in the U.S. are expected to foster the market growth.

Key Players

  • Saint Francis Memorial Hospital Bothin Burn Center
  • LAC+USC Medical Burn Center
  • Weill Cornell Medicine William Randolph Hearst Burn Center
  • Temple University Hospital Adult Burn Center
  • Parkland Memorial Hospital Regional Burn Center
  • MedStar Washington Hospital Center
  • St. Barnabas Burn Center
  • UMC Lions Burn Center
  • University of Chicago Burn Center
  • Ohio State University Hospital Adult Burn Center
  • University of Miami Jackson Memorial Hospital Burn Center
  • Brigham and Women's Hospital Burn Center Adult Burn Center

Market Segmentation

  • By Facility Type Outlook
    • In-hospital
    • Standalone
  • By Procedure Type Outlook
    • Wound Debridement
    • Skin Graft
    • Wound Management
    • Respiratory Intubation & Ventilation
    • Blood Transfusion
    • Pain Management
    • Infection Control
    • Rehabilitation
  • By Burn Severity Outlook
    • Minor Burns
    • Partial Thickness Burns
    • Full Thickness Burns
  • By Service Type Outlook
    • Inpatient
    • Outpatient
    • Rehabilitation

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