eHealth Initiatives Across Japan and South Korea

Technological Advancements Need to be Accompanied by Progressive Policies

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Significant investment in health technology has helped improve the quality of healthcare services but has done little to reduce costs and make healthcare more accountable in the developed countries of Asia-Pacific. This insight explores future challenges that Japan and South Korea might face in terms of seamless healthcare integration.

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eHealth Initiatives Across Japan and South KoreaExecutive SummaryKey FindingsCEO’s PerspectiveThe Last WordKey Questions this Study will AnswerScope and SegmentationAsia-Pacific Healthcare IT Revenue ForecastHealthcare IT AdoptionRole of Governments in Driving Healthcare IT AdoptionInternational Standards Adhered to in Asia-PacificInternational Standards Adhered to in Asia-Pacific (continued)Key Terminologies and StandardsICD and SNOMED DistributionLOINC DistributionDrivers and Restraints in the Adoption of Healthcare IT StandardsImpact of ASEAN Integration on the Adoption of Health IT StandardsJapanDemographic ProfileHealthcare ExpenditureHealthcare FinancingHealthcare System OrganizationHealthcare InfrastructureE-HealthRole of Various Organizations in the Implementation of Japan’s e-Health StrategyCurrent State of Healthcare IT StandardsCurrent State of Clinical SolutionsChallenges and Unmet Needs in Japan’s Health TechnologySouth KoreaDemographic ProfileHealthcare ExpenditureHealthcare FinancingHealthcare System OrganizationRole of Various Organizations in South Korea’s Healthcare SystemHealthcare InfrastructureHealthcare Infrastructure (continued)Healthcare InsuranceHealthcare Insurance (continued)Healthcare Delivery StructureHealthcare Delivery Structure (continued)Referral Pathways in South KoreaE-Health in South KoreaCurrent State of Healthcare IT StandardsCurrent State of Clinical SolutionsCase Study: Seoul National University Bundang Hospital (SNUBH)Reforms for Better Healthcare in South KoreaRole of Various Organizations in the Implementation of South Korea’s e-Health StrategyChallenges and Unmet Needs in South Korea’s Healthcare TechnologyThe Last WordThe Last WordLegal DisclaimerAppendixLearn More—Next StepsThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy

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