Healthcare

Healthcare, the world's largest industry, is transforming faster than ever. The focus on outcomes based medicine and optimal health management of populations will result in major seismic shifts. Modernization and reform measures are being employed globally by public and private sector organizations to meet the growing need for healthcare. New technologies are being created, offering enormous promise to improve care delivery.

Our Transformational Health practice serves all key industry stakeholders through partnership models that provide access to high-quality content and our global team of industry experts. The practice includes Visionary Health, Life Sciences, Advanced Medical Technologies and Connected Health, focusing on evolving healthcare technologies and covering the entire industry spectrum

  1. 01 Apr 2019  |  North America

    Global Enterprise Content Management Market for Healthcare, Forecast to 2023

    Healthcare Digitisation, Paperless Drive in Hospitals, and Need for Information Governance Will Yield New Growth Opportunities for Healthcare Content Management Solutions

    For over two decades, healthcare systems across the globe have considered digitisation a priority and have invested heavily in eHealth systems. This has resulted in the extensive proliferation of several clinical and non-clinical information systems in healthcare organizations. These information systems are capable of handling structured content ge...

    $4,950.00
  2. 11 Jan 2019  |  Europe

    Integrated Practice Management Software (IPMS) Market—Primary Care IT 2.0 in Europe, Forecast to 2022

    IPMS to Elevate Primary Care IT and Meet the Goals of Integrated Care

    There is a high demand for more efficiency of time and resources in General Physician (GP) practices that are extremely strained under the increasing chronic disease burden and decreasing staff numbers. There is also increasing reliance on healthcare information technology, driven by a supportive regulatory environment, and it is contributing to a ...

    $4,950.00
  3. 06 Jun 2018  |  Asia Pacific

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

    Coordinated Advances in Efficiency and Quality Depend on Collaborative Ecosystems

    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 healthc...

    $3,000.00
  4. 02 May 2018  |  North America

    Global Digital Health Maternal and Infant Care Solutions Market—Leaders, Innovators, and Startups, 2018

    Understanding the Paradigm Shift in Parenting with Digital Health Solutions

    BabyTech (digital tools targeted at infants/toddlers) and FemTech (digital solutions for helping women with their health issues) are the latest trends in the healthcare industry. Digital health tools are finding applications in all areas of parenting—fertility, pregnancy, birthing, nursing, baby health, and safety. Women form nearly half the popu...

    $3,000.00
  5. 06 Dec 2017  |  Asia Pacific

    Key Trends in Digital Health, Asia-Pacific, 2018

    With the Growing Trend of Healthcare Digitalization, APAC is Ready to Embark on Progressive Analytics Applications

    Frost & Sullivan defines digital health to include telehealth and healthcare IT. Telehealth covers video telemedicine, remote patient monitoring (RPM), and mobile health (mHealth) and healthcare IT (in the APAC context) refers to the software solutions deployed across hospitals in the region. It is difficult to generalize or summarize the digital h...

    $1,500.00
  6. 24 Nov 2017  |  Global

    Global Precision Medicine IT Solutions for Oncology—Companies to Action, 2017

    Early Movers Expect to Facilitate Evidence-Based Cancer Care

    Healthcare data analytics refers to information technology (IT) solutions and services that mine structured and unstructured digital content generated by healthcare industry stakeholders with the goal of achieving a predefined outcome. The healthcare industry is witnessing a redefinition of “value” through the changing expectations of care qua...

    $3,000.00
  7. 09 Nov 2017  |  Global

    Healthcare Cloud Computing Outlook, Global, 2016–2021

    Market Maturity on the Horizon as Cloud Enables New Care Delivery Models through PaaS and Hybrid Cloud Adoption

    The global market for healthcare cloud computing—revenue generated by cloud computing services offered to providers—will be worth just under $10 billion by 2021 primarily driven by the need for storage of the exponentially increasing volume of healthcare data. However, volume is only the beginning of the story; healthcare data in rapidly increa...

    $4,950.00
  8. 11 Oct 2017  |  Asia Pacific

    Australian Retail Technology Report, 2016–2021

    Australian Retail Technology Offers Sizeable Growth Opportunities

    Retail technology investment in Australia is projected to record a CAGR of 28.8% from 2016-2021 largely driven by evolving consumer requirements and intensifying retail competition from international entrants and new business models. These factors are set to raise standards across both the front and back ends of retail technology. Current investmen...

    $3,000.00
  9. 08 Sep 2017  |  North America

    US Provider Trends in Value-based Healthcare

    Consumer Engagement, Population Health Management and Leveraging IT to Improve Competitiveness

    Author: Koustav Chatterjee The concept of value-based care was established to address critical challenges encountered by all healthcare stakeholders—government, providers, health plans, and patients. Historically, the US healthcare system has largely focused on the treatment of patients with immediate needs. In most cases, the market has failed...

    $1,500.00
  10. 29 May 2017  |  North America

    Top Trends in Telehealth, ATA 2017

    Industry Confirms Telemedicine’s Value While the Question Persists—Is Anyone Making Money?

    The American Telemedicine Association held its annual meeting in Orlando, Florida from April 23-25, 2017. This year’s conference was called Telehealth 2.0 and drew attendees from healthcare providers as well as a mix of established and start-up telehealth-focused companies. This growth insight presents an analysis of key takeaways and major theme...

    $1,500.00