IoT Start-up Tracker: Digital Healthcare Services Growth Opportunities

IoT Start-up Tracker: Digital Healthcare Services Growth Opportunities

mHealth will Enhance the Future Growth Potential of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)

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08-May-2024
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Research Code: KA11-01-00-00-00
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Healthcare providers and payers are operating under the pressure of rising healthcare costs, demand for better health outcomes, and the need to improve the digital patient experience. Frost & Sullivan’s start-up tracker helps ecosystem participants identify solution providers with offerings that address industry challenges. This start-up tracker provides a rich database of start-ups and niche players that can transform processes in healthcare services and add value to the end user. The companies featured were selected based on the Frost & Sullivan Best Practices database, in addition to secondary research on worldwide healthcare ecosystem mappings and rankings. The industry segments the study considers are mobile health (mHealth), telehealth, and healthcare IT (both clinical and non-clinical). Frost & Sullivan conducted detailed primary interviews with start-ups that stand out in different regions (North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia-Pacific) to generate a competitive profile and understand relevant developments, strategies, and value propositions. Each shortlisted company has been screened and analyzed by the analyst, and an overall score has been established based on the criteria described in this study. The study also identifies the growth opportunities emerging from the changes in this space for stakeholders and market players to leverage.

Author: Carina Goncalves

Table of Contents

Why is it Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Digital Healthcare Services Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Definition of IoT

Scope of the Study

Research Process and Methodology

Research Process and Methodology (continued)

Key Topics Covered in This Study

Business Objectives in Healthcare Services

Technology Investments in Healthcare Services

Stage of IoT Adoption in Healthcare Services

IoT Benefits in Healthcare Services

IoT Challenges in Healthcare Services

IoT Network Connection in Healthcare Services

Healthcare Services Ecosystem

Key Challenges in Healthcare Services

Change in Attitude Towards Health and General Wellness

Digital Transformation of Healthcare Services

Ecosystem of Digital Healthcare Services

Key Segments of Digital Healthcare Services

Digital Technologies Transforming Healthcare Services

The IoT Business Model in Digital Healthcare Services

IoMT Sector Opportunities

IoMT Data

IoMT and Edge Computing Applications

Top 4 Growth Opportunities in Digital Healthcare Services

Critical Success Factors for Growth

Key Competitors (start-ups) in Digital Healthcare Services

Scoring Methodology for Competitive Profiles

Innovation Target for Competitive Profiles

Kontakt.io—Company Profile

Kontakt.io—Analyst Viewpoint

Binah.ai—Company Profile

Binah.ai—Analyst Viewpoint

brain4care—Company Profile

brain4care—Analyst Viewpoint

SleepUp—Company Profile

SleepUp—Analyst Viewpoint

Sensorweb—Company Profile

Sensorweb—Analyst Viewpoint

Growth Opportunity 1: mHealth to Track Health and Deliver Therapies

Growth Opportunity 1: mHealth to Track Health and Deliver Therapies (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Telehealth to Enable Remote Examination and Diagnosis

Growth Opportunity 2: Telehealth to Enable Remote Examination and Diagnosis (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Clinical Healthcare IT to Collect, Store, and Analyze Complex and Voluminous Health Data

Growth Opportunity 3: Clinical Healthcare IT to Collect, Store, and Analyze Complex and Voluminous Health Data (continued)

Growth Opportunity 4: Non-clinical Healthcare IT to Make Workflows More Efficient

Growth Opportunity 4: Non-clinical Healthcare IT to Make Workflows More Efficient (continued)

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Healthcare providers and payers are operating under the pressure of rising healthcare costs, demand for better health outcomes, and the need to improve the digital patient experience. Frost & Sullivan s start-up tracker helps ecosystem participants identify solution providers with offerings that address industry challenges. This start-up tracker provides a rich database of start-ups and niche players that can transform processes in healthcare services and add value to the end user. The companies featured were selected based on the Frost & Sullivan Best Practices database, in addition to secondary research on worldwide healthcare ecosystem mappings and rankings. The industry segments the study considers are mobile health (mHealth), telehealth, and healthcare IT (both clinical and non-clinical). Frost & Sullivan conducted detailed primary interviews with start-ups that stand out in different regions (North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia-Pacific) to generate a competitive profile and understand relevant developments, strategies, and value propositions. Each shortlisted company has been screened and analyzed by the analyst, and an overall score has been established based on the criteria described in this study. The study also identifies the growth opportunities emerging from the changes in this space for stakeholders and market players to leverage. Author: Carina Goncalves
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