Healthcare and Medical Device Connectivity and Interoperability

Healthcare and Medical Device Connectivity and Interoperability

Overcoming Communication Barriers to Achieve a Connected Future

RELEASE DATE
23-Apr-2015
REGION
Europe
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Market Research
Research Code: 9AB9-00-29-00-00
SKU: HC02561-EU-MR_16683
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The scope of this research study revolves around the global standards for healthcare and medical device interoperability and connectivity. It aims to analyze the impact of standards on sharing of patient information between healthcare IT solutions and medical devices in today’s healthcare system that is increasingly getting connected and digitized. The study also covers technological advances that enable connectivity and interoperability, and includes the business models of key market participants in the connectivity and interoperability space.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Research Scope

Healthcare Paradigm is Shifting—Forces Shaping the Future of Health, Wellness, and Wellbeing

Transformation of Healthcare Aided by Digitization—Leading the Change to Provide Sustainable Healthcare

More Emphasis on Diagnosis, Monitoring, and Prevention—Connected Health Infrastructure as the Binding Force

Non-uniform Connected Health Infrastructure—High Market Maturity in Regions with Holistic Digital Health Strategy

Integration and Interoperability are the Key to Adoption—Big Role of Interoperability Standards

Interoperability Standards—HL7 (Health Level-7)

Interoperability Standards—DICOM

Interoperability Standards—Direct Project

Interoperability Standards—International Classification of Diseases (ICD)

Interoperability Standards—SNOMED CT

Alliances and Gateways Complements Interoperability

Medical Device Connectivity Landscape—Advances in WiFi, RFID, and Bluetooth Technology as Drivers

WiFi for Healthcare and Medical Device Connectivity—The de Facto Standard

Bluetooth for Healthcare and Medical Device Connectivity—Advances in Bluetooth in Realms of Security and Energy

RFID for Healthcare and Medical Device Connectivity

Challenges to Connectivity

Prominent Business Models—Inability of a Single Vendor to Connect All OEM Devices

Prominent Business Models—Inability of a Single Vendor to Connect All OEM Devices (continued)

Case Study—Vendor Agnostic Manufacturers of Medical Connectivity Solutions

Case Study—Middleware or Application Programming Interface (API) Provider

Regulatory Scenario for Interoperability and Connectivity

Conclusion—Long Road to Complete Connectivity and Interoperability

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The scope of this research study revolves around the global standards for healthcare and medical device interoperability and connectivity. It aims to analyze the impact of standards on sharing of patient information between healthcare IT solutions and medical devices in today’s healthcare system that is increasingly getting connected and digitized. The study also covers technological advances that enable connectivity and interoperability, and includes the business models of key market participants in the connectivity and interoperability space.
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Deliverable Type Market Research
No Index No
Podcast No
Author Shruthi Parakkal
Industries Healthcare
WIP Number 9AB9-00-29-00-00
Is Prebook No