North American Central Station Patient Monitoring Markets

 

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This research service analyzes market trends in the North American central station patient monitoring markets since 2004, predicts future changes in market measurements through 2014, and discusses specific challenges facing industry participants and strategic recommendations targeted to overcome these challenges. The major technology segments covered are home health care and disease management monitoring equipment. Market revenues and unit shipments are presented and discussed and sub-segmented by these different settings.

Table of Contents

North American Central Station Patient Monitoring Markets, Executive SummaryOverviewIntroductionNorth American Central Station Patient Monitoring Markets, Total North American Central Station Patient Monitoring MarketMarket OverviewBrief History of Central Station Patient MonitoringIntroduction to Clinical Information SystemMarket SegmentationMajor Market TrendsMarket Engineering MeasurementsCentralized Versus Decentralized Monitoring Primary vs. Secondary Alarm NotificationHealthcare IT Solution Providers IT and Patient Monitoring Integration (EMR and PM)FDA MDDS RegulationsIndustry Challenges and Strategic RecommendationsChallenges and Strategic RecommendationsDrivers and Restraints AnalysisMarket Engineering ForecastsMarket Forecast MethodologyRevenue ForecastsMarket Share AnalysisCompetitive StructureCompetitive AnalysisMarket Participants Share Analysis North American Central Station Patient Monitoring Markets, Central Station Patient Monitoring Market by DepartmentOverviewMarket OverviewMarket Definition and Telemetry BandwidthsCCU Revenue ForecastsEmergency Department (ED) Revenue ForecastsGeneral Floor Revenue ForecastsNorth American Central Station Patient Monitoring Markets, Decision Support DatabaseDecision Support DatabaseNumber of HospitalsNumber of Hospital BedsNumber of Nurses




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