Connected Health: Mobilizing the Power of IoT (TechVision)

Connected Health: Mobilizing the Power of IoT (TechVision)

Transformation of Healthcare Aided by Digitization

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30-Dec-2015
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Global
Research Code: D6B2-01-00-00-00
SKU: IT00622-GL-TR_01747

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Availability of information is one of the major challenges that exists in healthcare system due to lack of technology infrastructure and connectivity. With a distributed network architecture, information is scattered across several repositories, however it fails to integrate these repositories to provide valuable insights in critical situations. This generates the need for a connected architecture which could seamlessly communicate among distributed data sources and provide real-time information when required.
The present applications in healthcare sector are focused towards providing specific solutions. The diverse devices used for the purpose are of different architecture and design. Thus it lacks the capability to interconnect with each other for effective information sharing. Interoperability of devices will enable medical professionals to access critical information from any place using any kind of devices such as desktop, mobile or tablet, thereby improving flexibility. In addition, infrastructure cost for deployment of separate information system and devices for communication incurs huge cost for the organizations. This hinders adoption of advanced system among small and medium health organizations.

The Internet of things (IoT) is a concept that has emerged from a vision of an always connected world. Seamless connectivity between devices anywhere, anytime, in any condition is the goal behind the concept of IoT. This research service explores the impact of Internet of Things in Healthcare sector. The report also highlights the key enabling technologies and their convergence prospect to envision the future connected healthcare systems and applications.

In brief, this research service provides the following:

A brief snapshot of Connected Healthcare System
Drivers of Connected Health and challenges in its adoption
Technology Value Chain
Key Enabling Technologies and the industry participants facilitating the concept of Connected Health
Key application areas and some emerging Connected Health applications
Roadmap of the enabling technologies and applications

Table of Contents

Research Scope

Research Methodology

Key Findings

Overview of the Topic

Factors Facilitating the Concept of Connected Health

Key Challenges in Adopting Connected Healthcare System

Key Benefits of Connected Healthcare

Building Blocks of Internet of Healthcare Things

How Can We Use Sensors for Enabling Connected Health ?

Companies at the Forefront of the Sensor Market for Connected Health

How Can We Use Big Data Analytics for Enabling Connected Health ?

Companies at the Forefront of the Big Data Analytics Market for Connected Health

How Can We Use Cloud Computing for Enabling Connected Health ?

Companies at the Forefront of the Cloud Computing Market for Connected Health

Interoperability Standards Facilitating Connected Health Initiatives

Interoperability Standards Facilitating Connected Health Initiatives (Continued)

Interoperability Standards Facilitating Connected Health Initiatives (Continued)

Interoperability Standards Facilitating Connected Health Initiatives (Continued)

Key Service Segments of Connected Healthcare

IoT Powered Application—Chronic Disease Management

IoT Powered Application—Web-based Hygiene System

IoT Powered Application—Smart Fluid Monitoring

IoT Powered Application—Tattoo-based Blood Flow Mapping

IoT Powered Application—Ingestible Pills for Diagnostic Imaging

IoT Powered Application—Bio-processors for Detecting Primary Graft Dysfunction

IoT Powered Application—Preventive Heart Care

IoT Powered Application—Energy-harvested Pacemaker

Technology Roadmap to Enable Internet of Healthcare Things

Analyst Insights—Road to Connected Healthcare System

Key Contacts

Key Contacts (Continued)

Key Patents

Key Patents (Continued)

Key Patents (Continued)

Key Patents (Continued)

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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Availability of information is one of the major challenges that exists in healthcare system due to lack of technology infrastructure and connectivity. With a distributed network architecture, information is scattered across several repositories, however it fails to integrate these repositories to provide valuable insights in critical situations. This generates the need for a connected architecture which could seamlessly communicate among distributed data sources and provide real-time information when required. The present applications in healthcare sector are focused towards providing specific solutions. The diverse devices used for the purpose are of different architecture and design. Thus it lacks the capability to interconnect with each other for effective information sharing. Interoperability of devices will enable medical professionals to access critical information from any place using any kind of devices such as desktop, mobile or tablet, thereby improving flexibility. In addition, infrastructure cost for deployment of separate information system and devices for communication incurs huge cost for the organizations. This hinders adoption of advanced system among small and medium health organizations. The Internet of things (IoT) is a concept that has emerged from a vision of an always connected world. Seamless connectivity between devices anywhere, anytime, in any condition is the goal behind the concept of IoT. This research service explores the impact of Internet of Things in Healthcare sector. The report also highlights the key enabling technologies and their convergence prospect to envision the future connected healthcare systems and applications. In brief, this research service provides the following: A brief snapshot of Connected Healthcare System Drivers of Connected Health and challenges in its adoption Technology Value Chain Key Enabling Technologies and the industry participants facilitating the concept of Connected Health Key application areas and some emerging Connected Health applications Roadmap of the enabling technologies and applications
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Author Swapnadeep Nayak
Industries Information Technology
WIP Number D6B2-01-00-00-00
Keyword 1 IoT Healthcare
Keyword 2 Connected Healthcare System
Keyword 3 connected healthcare iot
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