CHARLOTTE, North Carolina,
The NeoGrafters™ app for physicians is now available on Google Play and the App Store and was designed to help simplify and streamline the technician scheduling process for partners offering NeoGraft® follicular unit extraction (FUE) hair transplant services.
“On-demand services are becoming increasingly popular, so we looked for ways to improve our technician scheduling process for our physician partners,” said David Bays, Vice President of Business Development for Venus Concept, Ltd., the parent company for NeoGraft®. “Our new app will allow our NeoGraft® physicians to create a booking request, choose their preferred technicians based on availability, review all estimated charges, and submit right from their phones. Once the procedures are completed, the physician can then review the final details, including graft counts, provide an in-app signature, and pay their balance via credit card,” Bays continued.
In addition to streamlining scheduling processes, NeoGraft® has enhanced their technician and nurse recruitment and training programs. “Our recruiting process is very selective and on average, our hair transplant professionals have a minimum of 10 years of experience,” said Stephani Boyd, Director of the NeoGrafters™ program. “We closely monitor each member of our team to ensure high standards are being maintained and require all to successfully complete a yearly recertification review. Working under the direct supervision of the practice physician, our experienced NeoGrafters™ professionals are there to ensure patient safety is maintained and best possible procedure outcomes are achieved,” Boyd continued.
For more information on NeoGrafters™ or to download the app, please visit www.neografters.com.
Eight years ago, NeoGraft® launched its automated follicular unit extraction (FUE) system in North America. Today, NeoGraft® is considered one of the most trusted hair restoration brands in the world and collaborates with top aesthetic surgeons. By combining next-generation, minimally-invasive surgical techniques with decades of data, the company designed NeoGraft® 2.0 to be more than just a device—it is engineered to allow NeoGraft® to be true partners with physicians. Wireless connectivity enables remote access for diagnostics, maintenance, automatic upgrades, and procedural data. The touchpad operates like your favorite tablet, and software communicates with the hand tools to provide real-time extract and implant graft counts.
Global Processed Meat Robotic Hair Transplant System Market Projected to Witness Vigorous Expansion by 2028
BY ABHISHEK ON DECEMBER 10, 2018
Top manufacturers in the processed meat market account for over 30% revenue share, andhave a diverse product portfolio and loyal consumer base across the globe. However, steadily declining meat prices and increasing demand for animal protein products has opened the market wide open, creating opportunities for new entrants. An increasingnumber of start-ups in the Processed Meat Market are gaining momentum by introducing sustainably produced, high-quality processed meat products.
Furthermore, by introducing cost-effective and label-friendly processed meat products on the e-commerce platform,market players are focusing on meeting the considerations of a highly conscious consumers. . While the leading processed meat manufacturers are strengthening their position in the developed market by capitalizing on their wide-spread distributors’ networks, tier II and III companies are expanding their presence in emerging economies with their diverse and economical range of processed meat products.
Steadily Increasing Meat Production and Consumption Complement Processed Meat Market Growth
As diets of modern consumers have become more diverse and richer in high-value protein, demand for livestock products as increased, fueling the global production of meat, which is expected to prove remunerative for processed meat manufacturers. The world meat production increased, albeit steadily, to surpass 330 Mt in 2017, according to a report by the Food and Agriculture Organization. The report further predicts an increase of 48 Mt in the global meat production in the next decade to reach 367 Mt by the end of 2027.
Underpinned by improved economic conditions and herd expansions across the world, increased demand and consumption of meat is likely to boost meat production in the coming years. Manufacturers in the processed meat market are capitalizing on the rise in global meat production to offer competitive prices of processed meat products, and ultimately, gain an edge in the processed meat market.
Rapidly Growing Processed Food Industry Fuels Developments in the Processed Meat Market
The global demand for food has increased with an unprecedented rise in population, urbanization, and discretionary spending habits of consumers across the globe. Fast-pacing lifestyle is facilitating the needs for convenience at cooking, thereby the market for processed food and drinks accounts for a significant share in the global food industry.
Recent changes in consumers’ dietary preferences with changing lifestyle, and growing demand for processed food and resource-intensive animal products are reflected into the growth of the processed meat market. Thereby, manufacturers in the processed meat market are leveraging the recent developments in the processed food industry and consumer inclination towards consumption of animal-based proteins.
A study published by the World Health Organization (WHO)’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) found the molecular mechanism in processed meat that underlie the carcinogenicity of processed meat, which can increase the risk of colorectal cancer in humans. Taking into consideration the potential risks of processed meat consumption, the American Cancer Society recommends limiting processed meat in the American Cancer Society Guidelines on Nutrition and Physical Activity for Cancer Prevention. Increasing prevalence of lifestyle diseases, including cancer, is encouraging consumers to modify their lifestyle and dietary habits. Thereby, growing awareness about the carcinogenicity of processed meat may impede the growth of the processed meat market in the upcoming years.