Hospitals of the Future – Creating an Era of Personalized Medicine (TechVision)

Hospitals of the Future – Creating an Era of Personalized Medicine (TechVision)

Evaluating the Role of Emerging Technologies and Underlying Business Models to Design Hospitals of the Future

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20-Jul-2016
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Global
Research Code: D6F2-01-00-00-00
SKU: IT03121-GL-TR_18858

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The global industry for delivery of quality healthcare is undergoing a transformation from being provider-centric solution to being a more patient-centric solution that focus more on the outcomes and value of care delivered. This Research Service (RS) extensively evaluates a business case for technologies that can be leveraged to design hospitals of the future, including strategies to design intensive care units, operating rooms, pharmacies, and emergency units that leverage short-,medium- and long--term adoption of technologies to transform care delivery.

The research service evaluates gaps in improving the quality/delivery and cost of care delivered by providers, through evaluation of technology--enabled design strategies for hospitals of the future that transform the delivery of care. The report contains analysis-backed recommendations to hospital executives to rethink their strategic transformation programs from a technology perspective. Reasoning on strategic opportunities for healthcare vendors of the future, which are not only limited to pharmaceutical companies and medical device and imaging developers; but also new entrants and market leaders in information, consumer electronics and communication industries are provided.

Table of Contents

1.1 Objectives of Research

1.2 Outcomes of Research

1.3 Research Methodology

2.1 Provision of High-Deductible Insurance Plans to Employees

2.2 Outcome-based Models are Poised to Deliver Better Quality of Care

2.3 Telemedicine and Augmented Reality Deliver High Patient Centricity

3.1.1 Upgrading Hospital Infrastructure to Transform Value of Care

3.1.2 Technology Transitions Care in Emergency Department and Intensive Care Units

3.1.3 Cutting Margins associated with Offline Channels

3.1.4 Higher Incentives around Maximizing Patient Empowerment

3.2.1 Higher Margin in Placing Incentives under Patient's Treatment Decisions

3.2.2 Tapping Outcome-based Business Models to Deliver Quality Care

3.2.3 Connective and Collaborative Care through Use of Wearables

4.1 Telemedicine and Augmented Reality to Address Current Bottlenecks

4.2 IT-enabled Healthcare Services meet Short-term Growth Demand

4.3 Technology Adoption is Key to Implement BYOD Strategy

5.1.1 Point-of-Care (PoC) Diagnostics for Resource-constrained Facilities

5.1.2 Significant Demand for Portable, Low-Cost, Home-Use PoC Diagnostic Devices

5.2.1 Augmented Reality to enhance Rehabilitation Programs

5.2.2 Improvement of Battery Life in Headsets using Augmented Reality

5.3.1 More Funding from VC Firms for Telemedicine Solutions

5.3.2 Transitioning from 3G to 4G to Improve Performance of Telemedicine Services

6.1 BRICS Play Lead Role as Early Adopters of Cognitive Computing Platforms

6.2 Personalized Genomics and Surgical Robotics are Recent Innovations

6.3 Advanced Technologies for Disease Diagnosis enhance Emergency Units

7.1.1 Balancing Cost-reduction Initiatives to Creating Patient Value

7.1.2 Patient Empowerment Platforms that Focus on Disease Prevention

7.2.1 Augmented Reality & Predictive Analytics Reduce Patient Wait Times

7.2.2 Aligning Incentives by Creating Patient Value

7.3.1 Personalized Drug Dispensing Services transforming Pharmacies

7.4.1 Tele-ICU likely to Transform Care Delivery in the Next 1 to 2 Years

7.4.2 NICU Next-Gen Sequencing Techniques Shape Disease Prevention Strategies

7.5.1 Incorporating Secure Communication Networks to Enable Collaborative Care

7.5.2 Remote-controlled Robotic Surgeries in Resource-Constrained Facilities

8.1 Telemedicine Offers Great Promises for Improve Patient Outcomes

9.1 Tapping Long-term Federal/State/Organization-specific Medicare & Medicaid Program

9.2 Delivering Community-centric Care through Telemedicine in the Short-term

9.3 Cognitive Computing and Articifial Intelligence to Boost Resource Productivity

9.4 Recommended Technology-enabled Services for Emerging and Mature Markets

10.1 70% Conversion of Granted to Applied Patents for Telemedicine-enabled Applications

10.2 Key Patents covering Wireless Medical Monitoring Devices

10.3 Robotic Surgical System with Patient Support

10.4 Automated Hospital Workforce System for Load Driven Scheduling Optimization

11.1 List of Key Industry Participants

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The global industry for delivery of quality healthcare is undergoing a transformation from being provider-centric solution to being a more patient-centric solution that focus more on the outcomes and value of care delivered. This Research Service (RS) extensively evaluates a business case for technologies that can be leveraged to design hospitals of the future, including strategies to design intensive care units, operating rooms, pharmacies, and emergency units that leverage short-,medium- and long--term adoption of technologies to transform care delivery. The research service evaluates gaps in improving the quality/delivery and cost of care delivered by providers, through evaluation of technology--enabled design strategies for hospitals of the future that transform the delivery of care. The report contains analysis-backed recommendations to hospital executives to rethink their strategic transformation programs from a technology perspective. Reasoning on strategic opportunities for healthcare vendors of the future, which are not only limited to pharmaceutical companies and medical device and imaging developers; but also new entrants and market leaders in information, consumer electronics and communication industries are provided.
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Author Arjunvasan Ambigapathy
Industries Information Technology
WIP Number D6F2-01-00-00-00
Keyword 1 Future of hospitals
Keyword 2 provider-centric solution in healthcare industry
Keyword 3 patient-centric solution in healthcare industry
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