eHealth Initiatives Across Emerging Markets in APAC

On the Fast Track to Healthcare Digitization—China, Indonesia, Malaysia, The Philippines and Thailand

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The study covers the eHealth initiatives across the emerging markets in Asia-Pacific. Government initiatives and incentives that encourage technology adoption in healthcare are key drivers for private sector investment in the Asia-Pacific eHealth industry. However, inadequate infrastructure and regulatory framework development have adversely affected market growth. The current report highlights key government projects across emerging APAC countries to support healthcare digitization.

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eHealth Initiatives Across Emerging Markets in APACExecutive SummaryKey FindingsCEO’s PerspectiveThe Last WordKey Questions This Study Will AnswerScope and SegmentationAsia-Pacific Healthcare IT Revenue ForecastHealthcare IT Adoption Across APAC CountriesRole of Governments in Driving Healthcare IT Adoption in APACInternational Standards Adhered to in APACInternational Standards Adhered to in APAC (continued)Role of Key Terminologies and StandardsICD and SNOMED Distribution Across APACLOINC Distribution Across APACDrivers and Restraints in Adoption of Healthcare IT Standards in APACImpact of ASEAN Integration on Health IT Standards AdoptionChinaDemographic ProfileHealthcare ExpenditureHealthcare FinancingHealthcare System OrganizationHealthcare InfrastructureHealthcare Infrastructure (continued)eHealth in ChinaCurrent State of Healthcare IT StandardsCurrent State of Clinical SolutionsRoles of Various Organizations in China’s eHealth StrategyChallenges and Unmet Needs for Health Technology in ChinaIndonesiaDemographic ProfileHealthcare ExpenditureHealthcare FinancingHealthcare System OrganizationHealthcare InfrastructureeHealth in IndonesiaCurrent State of Clinical Solutions and Healthcare IT StandardsRoles of Various Organizations in Indonesia’s eHealth StrategyChallenges and Unmet Needs for Health Technology in IndonesiaMalaysiaDemographic ProfileHealthcare ExpenditureHealthcare System OrganizationHealthcare is Supported by 13 EPPs in MalaysiaHealthcare InfrastructureeHealth in MalaysiaCurrent State of Healthcare IT StandardsCurrent State of Clinical SolutionsRoles of Various Organizations in Malaysia’s eHealth StrategyChallenges and Unmet Needs for Health Technology in MalaysiaThe Philippines Demographic ProfileHealthcare ExpenditureHealthcare FinancingHealthcare System OrganizationHealthcare System Organization (continued)Healthcare InfrastructureHealthcare Delivery StructureHealthcare Delivery Structure (continued)Department of Health and its BodiesRole of PhilHealtheHealth in The PhilippinesSteps to Achieve eHealth Vision 2020National eHealth PlanPublic Spending on eHealthStrategy for eHealth in The PhilippineseHealth Components of The PhilippinesCurrent State of Healthcare IT StandardsCurrent State of Clinical Solutions Roles of Various Organizations in The Philippines’ eHealth StrategyChallenges and Unmet Needs for Healthcare Technology in The PhilippinesThailandDemographic ProfileHealthcare ExpenditureHealthcare System OrganizationHealthcare InfrastructureeHealth in ThailandCurrent State of Healthcare IT StandardsCurrent State of Clinical SolutionsRoles of Various Organizations in Thailand’s eHealth StrategyChallenges and Unmet Needs for Health Technology in ThailandThe Last WordThe Last WordLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyLearn More—Next Steps




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