Patient Monitoring Industry—Analysis of Investment and Trends, 2018

Patient Monitoring Industry—Analysis of Investment and Trends, 2018

Transformation From Patient Monitoring to Disease Predictions Industry

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In the era of data and information, the impact of digital technologies on the business world, combined with the generation of Big Data, is high. The emergence of the ability of end users to generate universal content has created digital business incubators and healthcare is no exception. Demographics and healthcare policies are shifting in ways that are transforming healthcare. Progress in all connected devices and information technology in healthcare continue to address existing challenges and restraints, while simultaneously creating innovative opportunities that impact patients and providers alike. Digital transformation across the healthcare continuum is defined as connecting cloud-based technologies with a patient monitoring platform, creating a comprehensive digital workflow across the entire healthcare organization, including all remote locations. True digital business unit success comes with total digital transformation or creation of a digital capability by completely re-addressing and improving all business models, customer relations, and related business processes.

Transformation of patient monitoring is primarily aimed to improve patient experience, use analytics and Big Data to improve decision making, create logical interoperability, and enable virtual care. The digital transformation of patient monitoring holds the potential to impact literally every aspect of our healthcare delivery system. Patients and providers collectively will be able to make better choices, leading to better utilization of healthcare resources, which will translate into physicians being able to spend more time with their patients.

To achieve these goals that address the three aims of healthcare: reduce cost, improve patient outcomes and quality of treatment, and increase access to care, incremental, but concurrent implementation steps are required that emphasize patient monitoring (including remote monitoring) and the accumulation of healthcare Big Data.

Individual and even rudimentary patient monitoring system technology today must rely on proximity to patients and caregivers. This limits the ability to capture valuable health-related data when and where it occurs. Remote digital patient monitoring data will be combined with concurrent streams from hundreds, if not thousands, of other sensors as virtually every life function feasible is captured and stored by applying a sensor to vital organs, ocular orbits, and the brain itself.

Digital transformation of patient monitoring will provide unprecedented access to population analytics, driving change in operations and patient care. With more impetus being put on shorter hospital stays and comprehensive follow-up following care intervention, continuous remote patient monitoring presents an environment for 24/7 clinical data and the ability to intervene to prevent potentially catastrophic clinical events without readmission.

This research service provides an overview of transformation of the patient monitoring industry. The unique value of this study is that it talks about current investment trends and start-ups in select applications.

Author: Sowmya Rajagopalan

Table of Contents

Executive Summary—Key Findings in Patient Monitoring for 2018

Executive Summary—Transformation of Patient Monitoring Industry

Executive Summary—Future of Patient Monitoring Across Continuum of Care

Scope and Segmentation

Key Questions this Study will Answer

Healthcare Digital Transformation Overview—Patient Monitoring is Leading Digital Transformation in Healthcare

Patient Monitoring’s Role in Healthcare—Today and Tomorrow

Top Mega Trends Driving the Patient Monitoring Industry

Trend 1—Rise of Chronic Conditions

Trend 2—Scalable eHealth and mHealth Solutions Disrupting the Industry

Trend 3—Change in Regulatory and Payer Mindset

Trend 4—Large Home Care Population

Trend 5—Cost Savings and Real Time Patient Monitoring

Trend 6—Moving Beyond Care Toward Patient Engagement/ Personalization

Current Patient Monitoring Ecosystem

6 Big Drivers for the Digital Transformation of Patient Monitoring

Patient Monitoring Application Areas—Readmission Prevention

Patient Monitoring Application Areas—Chronic Disease Management

Case Study—Diabetes Primary Care Follow-up: Functions of a Digital Continuous Remote Patient Monitor

Examining the Restraints to Digital Transformation of Patient Monitoring

Key Disruptive Technologies to Impact Patient Monitoring by 2025

Brain Computer Interface (BCI)—Advances in Patient Monitoring

Wearables/Embedded/Biosensors—Advances in Patient Monitoring

Smart Prosthetics/Smart Implants—Advances in Patient Monitoring

Nano-robotics/Digital Medicine—Advances in Patient Monitoring

Advanced Materials/Smart Fabrics—Advances in Patient Monitoring

Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Therapeutic Areas with Most Opportunity for Patient Monitoring

Investment in Patient Monitoring

Select List of Start-up Companies

Select List of Start-up Companies (continued)

Select List of Start-up Companies (continued)

Select List of Start-up Companies (continued)

Select List of Start-up Companies (continued)

Select List of Start-up Companies (continued)

Select List of Start-up Companies (continued)

Select Mergers and Acquisitions (January 2017–June 2018) in Patient Monitoring

Select Mergers and Acquisitions (January 2017–June 2018) in Patient Monitoring (continued)

Select Mergers and Acquisitions (January 2017–June 2018) in Patient Monitoring (continued)

Select Mergers and Acquisitions (January 2017–June 2018) in Patient Monitoring (continued)

Select Mergers and Acquisitions (January 2017–June 2018) in Patient Monitoring (continued)

Select Mergers and Acquisitions (January 2017–June 2018) in Patient Monitoring (continued)

Future of Patient Monitoring—The Last Word

Shift in the Patient Monitoring Industry

Three Big Predictions

Key Questions for Companies to Master Digital Transformation

Digital Patient Monitoring—To Ensure Interoperability, Networks Must be Secure

Digital Patient Monitoring—Cyber Security and Interoperability

Continuous Monitoring Insights

Digital Patient Monitoring—Key Questions That Will Need to be Answered

Legal Disclaimer

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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In the era of data and information, the impact of digital technologies on the business world, combined with the generation of Big Data, is high. The emergence of the ability of end users to generate universal content has created digital business incubators and healthcare is no exception. Demographics and healthcare policies are shifting in ways that are transforming healthcare. Progress in all connected devices and information technology in healthcare continue to address existing challenges and restraints, while simultaneously creating innovative opportunities that impact patients and providers alike. Digital transformation across the healthcare continuum is defined as connecting cloud-based technologies with a patient monitoring platform, creating a comprehensive digital workflow across the entire healthcare organization, including all remote locations. True digital business unit success comes with total digital transformation or creation of a digital capability by completely re-addressing and improving all business models, customer relations, and related business processes. Transformation of patient monitoring is primarily aimed to improve patient experience, use analytics and Big Data to improve decision making, create logical interoperability, and enable virtual care. The digital transformation of patient monitoring holds the potential to impact literally every aspect of our healthcare delivery system. Patients and providers collectively will be able to make better choices, leading to better utilization of healthcare resources, which will translate into physicians being able to spend more time with their patients. To achieve these goals that address the three aims of healthcare: reduce cost, improve patient outcomes and quality of treatment, and increase access to care, incremental, but concurrent implementation steps are required that emphasize patient monitoring (including remote monitoring) and the accumulation of healthcare Big Data. Individual and even r
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