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Canada Adaptive Clothing Market to Reach US$ 79.08 Million by 2031, Rising at a CAGR of 8.7%



Adaptive clothing is clothes tailored for people living with disabilities. It includes clothing options for mobility, deformity, and therapeutic needs to provide independence and comfort. Adaptive clothing enhance dignity and confidence.

Burlingame, March 26, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to CoherentMI, the Canada Adaptive Clothing Market was valued at US$ 44.10 Million in 2023 and is anticipated to reach a value of US$ 79.08 Million by 2031 at a CAGR of 8.7% during forecast period 2024 and 2031.

Market Dynamics:

The Canada Adaptive Clothing market is driven by the rising demand for inclusive fashion, as the population with disabilities seeks functional and fashionable clothing options. Additionally, the increasing awareness about the importance of adaptive clothing in promoting independence and self-expression among individuals with disabilities is boosting market growth.

Moreover, the growing focus of fashion brands on expanding their offerings to cater to diverse customer needs is expected to further drive market growth in the coming years.

Canada Adaptive Clothing Market Report Snapshot:

Report Coverage


Study Period

2023 – 2031

Base Year of Estimation






Largest Market


Market Concentration


Major Players

Silvert’s Adaptive Clothing & Footwear, Izzy Camilleri, NBZ Apparel International, Able2Wear, Professional Fit Clothing and Among Others.

Segments Covered

By Product Type, By End User

Report Coverage

Revenue Forecast, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors, and Trends

Growth Drivers

• Growing customer demand for apparel that accomodates elderly populations and disabilities
• Emphasis on Air Quality Has Affected Market Demand

Restraints & Challenges

• High prices of adaptive clothing
• Less awareness about the adaptive clothing

Key Market Takeaways:

  • Canada Adaptive Clothing Market Size is anticipated to witness a CAGR of 8.7% during the forecast period 2023-2031, owing to the increasing demand for adaptive clothing among the geriatric population and disabled adults and children.

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‘Critical’ public health info slow to reach New Brunswick parents

FREDERICTON, N.B. — By John Chilibeck

Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, The Daily Gleaner

New Brunswick’s acting chief medical health officer was so concerned with the rise of respiratory viruses earlier this month he held a news conference — the first he’d hosted in months.

At the Jan. 9 presser, Dr. Yves Léger stressed the importance of flu and COVID vaccinations and to follow safe hygiene practices given the rise of RSV and Strep-A infections.

That week alone, five people in the province died from influenza and COVID, and six preschool children needed hospital treatment for the viruses, according to the province.

In the period just before that, between Dec. 10 and 30, a total of 26 New Brunswickers died from respiratory viruses, including a child under five.

And yet, a Jan. 12 letter Léger addressed to families of school communities talking about the steps people could take to safeguard themselves and others didn’t immediately go out to all schools.

The provincial government sent the letter to the school districts, which were responsible for distributing them. Some schools didn’t send them to parents right away.

École Sainte-Anne in Fredericton, for instance, sent the letter to parents Jan. 18 – six days after Léger had issued it. The school is part of Francophone South School District.

Likewise, Anglophone South School District reported that four of its schools sent the notice out late, while Anglophone North School District told Brunswick News it inadvertently sent the notice out to all its parents on Jan. 18, due to a technical problem.

Brunswick News asked the Health Department last week why the notice did not go to all parents promptly and at the same time, given it was based on the advice of the chief medical health officer, who has a duty to

Health Information Exchange Market To Reach USD 3.9 Billion

Fort Collins, Colorado, Jan. 11, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) —
The Health Information Exchange Market size was valued at USD 1.4 Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach USD 3.9 Billion by 2032 at a CAGR of 10.7%.

Health Information Exchange (HIE) is a system that allows medical facilities, organizations, and government agencies to securely share a patient’s medical information electronically. This improves patient care’s speed, quality, safety, and cost. 

The rise in the adoption of HIE solutions is driving the growth of the health information exchange market. California has the most health information exchanges in the U.S., with 15 such networks. Health Information Exchange (HIE) offers patient-centered care that is safer, more efficient, timely, equitable, and useful to public health authorities.

HIE systems improve patient care by allowing electronic participation in a patient’s continuity of care with multiple providers. They help avoid readmissions, medication errors, and duplicate testing. The need for efficient information exchange among healthcare providers has led to adopting HIE, which enables access and sharing of comprehensive patient information. This demand is driven by the emphasis on providing personalized and high-quality care to patients while reducing healthcare expenses.

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Segmentation Overview:

The global health information exchange market has been segmented into exchange type, implementation model, setup type, end-user, and region. The health information exchange market is segmented into directed, query-based, and consumer-mediated exchanges. Directed exchange holds the largest share and allows healthcare professionals to send and receive information securely. Healthcare providers are the primary end-users, and health information exchange improves healthcare quality by enabling access to patient health information from various sources.

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Health Information Exchange Market Report Highlights:

  • The global health information exchange market growth is anticipated at a CAGR of 10.7% by 2032.
  • HIE is a system that

Can this Michigan county, deeply divided on politics and policy, reach a truce?

Adeline Hambley’s employees at a county health department in Michigan saw her as their protection from political interference by conservative Christians on the county board. Then the board offered her $4 million to quit.

Adeline Hambley has been the health officer in Ottawa County, Mich., since December 2022. Shortly after her appointment, new conservative members of the county board began an effort to remove her. (Kristen Norman for The Washington Post)

WEST OLIVE, Mich. — All year, the new conservative Christian majority on the Ottawa County Board of Commissioners had been searching for a way to get rid of Adeline Hambley, who ran the west Michigan county’s health department. It wasn’t as easy as it seemed.

They had discussed firing Hambley, whom they saw as an instrument of government tyranny. But her job came with protections, written into state law, that were intended to insulate her from political influence or retribution.

They had proposed paying Hambley $4 million to leave. She accepted in early November. But the commissioners backed out a few days later when they learned that the payment could damage the county’s bond rating and tank its finances.

Now it was Nov. 14. The commissioners huddled with their lawyers in a windowless conference room at the county’s boxy, brick government complex. Hambley and her lawyer waited anxiously in a small room just down the hall. The two sides were stuck.

All over the country, deep partisan divisions were making it harder for American government to function and its citizens to coexist. The number of intractable disputes seemed to grow by the day: climate change, racial equity, gender-affirming care, guns, immigration, abortion. The battles were paralyzing Congress and pitting red and

Health Information Exchange Market to Reach $3.8 Billion, Globally, by 2032 at 9.6% CAGR: Allied Market Research

Adoption of cloud technology in healthcare services, growing focus on patient-centric care delivery, and advancements in HIE drive the growth of the global health information exchange market.

PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 5, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Allied Market Research published a report, titled, “Health Information Exchange Market by Exchange Type (Directed Exchange, Query-Based Exchange, and Consumer-Mediated Exchange), Implementation Model (Hybrid, Centralized, and Decentralized/Federated), Setup Type (Private and Public), and End User (Healthcare Providers, Healthcare Payers, and Others): Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2023-2032″. According to the report, the global health information exchange industry generated $1.5 billion in 2022, and is anticipated to generate $3.8 billion by 2032, witnessing a CAGR of 9.6% from 2023 to 2032.



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Prime determinants of growth

Rise in adoption of cloud technology in healthcare services, growing focus on patient-centric care delivery, and advancements in health information exchange drive the growth of the global health information exchange market. However, the increase in concerns regarding patient data safety and security restricts market growth. Moreover, the rise in healthcare infrastructure and growth opportunities in emerging markets present new opportunities in the coming years.

Report coverage & details:

Report Coverage


Forecast Period


Base Year


Market Size in 2022

$1.5 billion

Market Size in 2032

$3.8 billion


9.6 %

No. of Pages in Report


Segments covered

Exchange Type, Implementation Model, Setup Type, End User, and Region.


Adoption of cloud technology in healthcare services

Advancements in HIE

Growing focus on patient-centric care delivery


Growing healthcare infrastructure in emerging markets


Increase in concerns regarding the patient data safety & security


Economic Downturn Analysis: Impact of Recession in 2023 on the Health Information Exchange Market

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Electronics Health Records Market To Reach USD 53.5 Billion

Fort Collins, Colorado, Oct. 01, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — DataHorizzon Research Published a report titled, “Electronic Health Records Market Size, Growth, Share, Statistics Report, By Product (Client Server Based & Web Based), By Type (Acute, Post Ambulatory y, Post-acute), By End-use (Hospital & Ambulatory), By Business Models (Licensed Software, Technology Resale, Subscription, Professional Services, Others), By Region, And Segment Forecasts, 2023-2032.”       

According to DataHorizzon Research, The electronic health records market was valued at USD 31.7 Billion in 2022 and is expected to reach USD 53.5 Billion by 2032 with a CAGR of 5.5%. The report comprehensively analyzes the market conditions at global and regional levels in the healthcare and clinical sectors. It also highlights the collaborative strategies between key players and their overall impact on the global market.

Implementing electronic health records (EHR) helps in exchanging health information electronically and provides accurate, up-to-date information that helps deliver better and more managed care for patients along with a safer and more reliable prescription. Also, it reduces the paperwork and encourages the use of digital data, which drives the market for EHR. Moreover, it can cut administrative costs, including the need for transcriptions, physical charts, storage, and claims, thus reducing the turnaround time for hard copy communication between labs, pharmacies, and insurance providers.

EHR enhances the privacy and security of medical records over traditional paperwork. Also, it preserves the legit and complete documentation for streamlined coding and billing. With the implementation of EHR, the databases have helped improve patient and provider interaction along with healthcare convenience.

The introduction of big data in healthcare is helping the market to grow further. The continuous data collection of the patients allows the healthcare providers to address the prevailing and expected upcoming health issues, such as the chances of flu or pandemics. This helps the government

B.C. and Ottawa reach $27 billion health funding agreement

The agreement is the first step to completing a $196-billion, 10-year health-care funding proposal

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Premier David Eby vowed to take the first bit of new money in B.C.’s $27.47 billion deal for health care funding from the federal government to give struggling emergency rooms and primary-care systems some relief.

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