Population Health Management Market
How PHM 2.0 Symbolizes Precision Health
Region : North AmericaFrost & Sullivan announces exciting new research from its Transformational Health program touching on some of the most important issues in healthcare now and in the future. This Frost & Sullivan research service presents a comprehensive analysis of the market potential and dynamics of the population health management (PHM) market in the United S...USD 4,950.00read more
Market Growth is Fuelled by Stringent Billing and Reimbursement Regulations
Region : Asia PacificThe healthcare expenditure in Australia in the previous financial year was AUD 170.4 billion, with 10.3% of the gross domestic product (GDP), thereby allowing the country’s healthcare spending to pass the 10% mark for the first time. Healthcare expenditure continues to rise; however, the rate of increase has been curbed in the last few years. At ...
Optimizing Quality and Efficiency of Healthcare Delivery with AI
Region : North AmericaThe study describes how AI technologies are paired with legacy healthcare IT systems to deal with the complexity & growth of medical data. Frost & Sullivan acknowledges that AI intuitively finds ways to convert these ever-expanding resources into actionable evidence for end users. In this study, Frost & Sullivan has forecast global revenue for prim...
Cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Care, Digital Therapeutics, and the Movements of Major Tech Companies Continue to Advance the Market
Region : North AmericaAt the beginning of this decade, Frost & Sullivan invented the definition of Digital Health to include convergent market segments, such as healthcare information technology (HCIT), remote patient monitoring (RPM), mobile health (mHealth), and telemedicine. Over the last five years, these segments have become increasingly sophisticated as new techno...
Healthcare Digitisation and Personalised Monitoring Yields Novel Growth Opportunities for Networked Medical Devices
Region : North AmericaFor the last few years, healthcare providers globally have been focusing on implementing Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems and fine-tuning workflow and functionalities to best suit end-user needs. In many countries, the implementation of EMRs has seen high adoption and has been quite successful. It is widely accepted that there can be many po...
A Renewed Focus on Data Interoperability and EHR Usability as Healthcare Heads into Peak Digital Transformation
Region : North AmericaThe annual HIMSS (Health Information Management Systems Society) conference is the key event for the health IT industry, providing a comprehensive overview of the state of the market from the perspective of various stakeholders, including health IT vendors, healthcare payers and providers, and government regulators. HIMSS18 was held in March 2018....
Summary of Top Takeaways and Perspectives from the GDS Summit, November 2017
Region : North AmericaHealthcare’s digitization is leading to an explosion of electronic data across all healthcare industry segments. Health-related digital data is pouring in from a variety of sources including electronic health records (EHRs), billing and medical claims systems, and a plethora of health monitoring devices. Profound changes are occurring in the day-...
Underlying Social Challenges and Constraints Hindering Japan’s Progress towards Health System Modernization
Region : Asia PacificJapan’s healthcare system is an icon of kindness and compassion. The country spends 11.4% of its gross domestic product (GDP) on healthcare, which equates to just over $560 billion or about one-fifth of the healthcare spending by the United States (US). At that level of spending, the Japanese people enjoy universal health coverage, affordable hea...
Top Digital Health Takeaways and Analyst Perspectives
Region : North AmericaThe Connected Health Conference is one of the leading digital health events in the US market. The theme of the 2017 conference was: “The Connected Life Journey: Shaping Health and Wellness for Every Generation.” The goal was to place less emphasis on the bells and whistles of technology while focusing more on the human element of connected heal...