Market Scope uses a multi-source methodology when preparing our annual and quarterly reports. We incorporate surgeon surveys, our extensive database of physicians and surgery centers, disease models, clinical studies, financial reports, and more. Our wide-ranging knowledge of products and technology and our comprehensive network of industry contacts also contribute to our coverage on the ophthalmic industry.
The United States Cataract Atlas provides a geographic analysis of the conventional and premium cataract surgery opportunity in 85 US metropolitan areas. Market Scope’s proprietary MedOp Index™ Analysis examines market potential and provides a benchmark against other metros. The Cataract Atlas offers strategic insights into the top potential markets in the US.
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.
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