Technavio Confirms Increased Awareness of Health Will Improve the Global … – Business Wire (press release)
The latest report by Technavio indicates an increased awareness among
consumers about health and maintaining a balanced diet, which is leading
to a rise in the demand for vitamin D tests. Consumers have started
including vitamin D products in their diet to stay fit and measure their
vitamin D levels on a regular basis, thereby increasing the demand for
vitamin D tests.
“There has been a significant rise in the awareness of and expenditure
on healthcare services worldwide, and vitamin D testing in particular.
This trend will have a strong impact on the market growth in the
forecast period,” says Faisal Ghaus, Vice President of Technavio.
The report also emphasizes the physicians that are increasingly focusing
on evidence-based medicine to reduce costs and the potential
side-effects of many treatment options.
“Evaluating the clinical utility of vitamin D testing is necessary for
physicians to make accurate decisions on vitamin D intake levels and
other treatment methods that can help improve the outcome of the
patients,” adds Ghaus.
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value chain, including vendors, service providers, distributors,
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