IT and Telecom Trends in U.S. Healthcare Services Vertical

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The healthcare services sector accounted for over 13 percent of the total U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) in 2004. The sector generated $1.42 trillion in sales/revenues in 2004 and is expected to continue to show substantial revenue growth over the next 5 years. Rising healthcare services costs and an increasing need for long-term care are the primary drivers fueling growth in the U.S. healthcare services sector. As demands for healthcare services grow more complex, providers are increasingly focusing on improving operational efficiency and effectiveness through implementation of technology. This study details some of the key technology adoption and usage trends within the healthcare services market.

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IT and Telecom Trends in U.S. Healthcare Services Vertical, Healthcare Services Sector: IT/Telecom Trends AnalysisResearch OverviewExecutive SummaryResearch Scope and DefinitionsHealthcare Services Sector: Overview & AnalysisHealthcare Services Sector Overview Key Challenges Faced by Healthcare Services FirmsIT/Telecom Adoption TrendsHealthcare Services Sector: Telecom Services Spending Trends Total Telecom Services Spending ForecastsWireline & Wireless Voice and Data Services MarketsConclusionsMarket Outlook




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