Growth Opportunities in the Asia-Pacific Population Health Management Solutions Market, Forecast to 2022

Growth Opportunities in the Asia-Pacific Population Health Management Solutions Market, Forecast to 2022

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Asia Pacific
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Population Health Management (PHM) has many connotations ranging from an ideal or a concept to a real market segment. As a concept it refers to the reduction of disease risk and the attached financial burden at a population level. Execution of the concept entails intricate interaction between telehealth technologies, software solutions, and healthcare services. Globally, health systems are gravitating toward value-based care models, whereby each country is critically analyzing what the value drivers for its health system should be. Unfortunately, transitioning from volume- to value-based care has been a slow and painful process for Asia-Pacific (APAC) and will continue to be so in the near future. This transition requires not only dramatic changes in the regulatory framework and payment models but also significant dollar investment and cultural and consumer behavior shift. PHM is one form of value-based care that shifts the industry focus from episodic and individualized healthcare approaches to collective action against the cost and burden of disease in a society. Its biggest role in APAC would be to channelize healthcare resources toward population segments that are in most need for services, thus addressing the formidable challenge of improving healthcare access and equity in the region.


Research Highlights

Frost & Sullivan estimates that PHM solutions (software that enable data capture, integration, analytics, and action, in line with PHM goals) will generate over $600 million in revenue by 2022 in APAC. The assumption here is that public agencies will drive infrastructure and regulatory reform to ensure that high-quality information is captured and disseminated throughout the system. On the other hand, private sector takes the lead in ensuring that quantitative outcomes data is collected to demonstrate the return on investments tied to PHM solutions. A critical market gap that will need to be addressed by various stakeholders is the lack of conceptual knowledge, technical and practical know-how, and technology impact of PHM solutions among end users. Generating education and awareness among end users is an important role of solution vendors and government agencies. Small countries such as Singapore and Hong Kong are better positioned to harness the power of Electronic Health Record (EHR) databases compared to developed digital health markets such as the US due to the high penetration of EHR among the population and the governments’ early efforts in minimizing challenges around data quality and interoperability. There is a strong potential for direct-to-consumer solutions that enable PHM due to rising healthcare consumerism, digital health adoption, and growing influence of medical tourism in the region. While providers are an intuitive target for PHM solution vendors, home healthcare and aged-care companies are also contributing to market development by either leveraging on partner solution of developing in-house software that helps them reduce their own cost and manage their clients better. Beyond clinical care, integration of wellness platforms and services that improve overall patient and care-giver experience will also help augment the value proposition of PHM solutions.

In this research, Frost & Sullivan discusses:

  • The current state and future evolution of PHM solutions in APAC
  • Challenges and unmet market needs with respective to PHM
  • Opportunities for APAC to innovate over other regions
  • Vendor strategies to drive adoption in APAC

Table of Contents

Population Health Management Solutions Market Summary

Population Health Management Solutions Market Snapshot

Project Scope and Objectives

Key Growth Opportunities for PHM Vendors

Critical Success Factors

The Context for Population Health Management in APAC

Health System Spending is Approaching Unsustainable Levels in APAC

Prevalence of Chronic Diseases

Top 12 Aging Countries

Definition of PHM

Market Segmentation

Key Goals for PHM Solutions

Major Functions of PHM Solutions

The Immediate Next Action for PHM

PHM in the US

PHM in the US (continued)

Healthcare Challenges in APAC

PHM in APAC

Adoption Trends of PHM Solutions by Segments in APAC

Drivers and Restraints

Global PHM Solutions Revenue Opportunity Snapshot

APAC PHM Solutions Revenue Opportunity Snapshot and Discussion

APAC PHM Solutions Revenue Opportunity Discussion

APAC PHM Solutions Revenue Opportunity Discussion (continued)

APAC PHM Solutions Vendors Across Segments

Market Penetration Challenges and Vendor Strategies

Market Penetration Challenges and Vendor Strategies (continued)

Examples of PHM Solutions Currently Deployed in APAC

Examples of PHM Solutions Currently Deployed in APAC (continued)

Solution Case Study 1—Orion Health, Pegasus, and Canterbury District Health Board New Zealand

Solution Case Study 2—DXC Technology and Ministry of Health Brunei

Solution Case Study 3—InterSystems and the Northern Territory Department of Health, Australia

Solution Case Study 4—Allscripts and South Western Sydney Primary Health Network

Solution Case Study 5—Cerner and New South Wales

Learning from PHM Solution Use Cases

Vendor Comments on the State of PHM Solution Sophistication

Future Technology Roadmap for the Evolution of PHM Solutions

APAC Population Health Management—Overall Vendor Ecosystem

APAC Population Health Management—Overall Vendor Ecosystem Discussion

Determinants of PHM Solutions Market Development in APAC

Future Healthcare Business Model Scenarios for PHM Solutions

Key Growth Opportunities for PHM Vendors

Critical Success Factors

The Last Word

Legal Disclaimer

Abbreviations and Acronyms

Additional Sources of Information on Population Health Management Relevant to this Research

Learn More—Next Steps

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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Population Health Management (PHM) has many connotations ranging from an ideal or a concept to a real market segment. As a concept it refers to the reduction of disease risk and the attached financial burden at a population level. Execution of the concept entails intricate interaction between telehealth technologies, software solutions, and healthcare services. Globally, health systems are gravitating toward value-based care models, whereby each country is critically analyzing what the value drivers for its health system should be. Unfortunately, transitioning from volume- to value-based care has been a slow and painful process for Asia-Pacific (APAC) and will continue to be so in the near future. This transition requires not only dramatic changes in the regulatory framework and payment models but also significant dollar investment and cultural and consumer behavior shift. PHM is one form of value-based care that shifts the industry focus from episodic and individualized healthcare approaches to collective action against the cost and burden of disease in a society. Its biggest role in APAC would be to channelize healthcare resources toward population segments that are in most need for services, thus addressing the formidable challenge of improving healthcare access and equity in the region.--BEGIN PROMO--

Research Highlights

Frost & Sullivan estimates that PHM solutions (software that enable data capture, integration, analytics, and action, in line with PHM goals) will generate over $600 million in revenue by 2022 in APAC. The assumption here is that public agencies will drive infrastructure and regulatory reform to ensure that high-quality information is captured and disseminated throughout the system. On the other hand, private sector takes the lead in ensuring that quantitative outcomes data is collected to demonstrate the return on investments tied to PHM solutions. A critical market gap that will need to be addressed by various st

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