Pulse of Telehealth 2013

Pulse of Telehealth 2013

Stakeholder Views on Telehealth from the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) Annual Meeting

RELEASE DATE
10-Feb-2014
REGION
North America
Research Code: ND10-01-00-00-00
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Telehealth, including remote monitoring, video telemedicine, and mobile health (mHealth), is central to the healthcare delivery transformation by way of the converging healthcare and information communication technology (ICT) sectors. This study analyzes survey data taken at the 2013 ATA conference. Drivers and restraints, 5 and 10 year areas of opportunity, environmental points (e.g., gamification), accountable care organizations (ACOs), and predictions are presented. The surveyed markets include home and disease management monitoring, personal emergency response systems (PERS), video diagnostic consultation, remote doctor/specialist services, tele-imaging, activity monitoring, wellness programs, remote cardiac ECG, and tele-mental health.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Executive Summary (continued)

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

Research Objectives

Methodology

Telehealth Industry—Type of Respondents

Telehealth Industry—Work Experience of Respondents in Telehealth

CEO’s Perspective

Executive Summary—3 Big Predictions

Telehealth

End of Life

Progressive Changes in Connected Healthcare

Workflow Integration

Telehealth MatrixTM —Telehealth Markets

Telehealth Industry—Leading Reason Driving Telehealth Adoption

Leading Reason Driving Telehealth Adoption Discussion

Telehealth Industry—Top Restraints of Growth

Restraint Factor Discussion

Telehealth Industry—Healthcare Areas/Disease Category Holding Greatest Opportunity

Telehealth Industry—Impact of ACOs on RPM/Telehealth

Telehealth Industry—Changes for Market Stimulation

Telehealth Industry—Level of Impact of Gamification on Patient Outcomes

Environmental Factors Discussion

Telehealth Industry—Level of Impact of Markets on Healthcare

Demand Perspective——Markets with Highest Impact on Healthcare in the Next 5 Years

Segmentation of Ranked Markets—The Analyst Perspective

Impact on Healthcare—5 Year Discussion

Telehealth Industry—Impact of Home and Disease Management Monitoring Market

Telehealth Industry—Impact of Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS) Market

Telehealth Industry—Impact of Video Diagnostic Consultation Market

Telehealth Industry—Impact of Remote Doctor/Specialist Services Market

Telehealth Industry—Impact of Tele-imaging Market

Telehealth Industry—Impact of Activity Monitoring Market

Telehealth Industry—Impact of Wellness Programs

Telehealth Industry—Impact of Remote Cardiac ECG Services

Telehealth Industry—Impact of Tele-mental Health Market

Telehealth Industry—Market with Greatest Growth Opportunity through 2023

Telehealth Industry—Fastest Adopting Region through 2023

Predictions for 2023—Discussion

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Telehealth Matrix

The Frost & Sullivan Telehealth Matrix(continued)

Telehealth MatrixTM—Description

Telehealth MatrixTM—Description (continued)

Professional Consumer Spectrum

ICT Healthcare Spectrum

Market Engineering Methodology

Additional Sources of Information on Telehealth

Learn More—Next Steps

Who is Frost & Sullivan

What Makes Us Unique

TEAM Methodology

Our Global Footprint 40+ Offices

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Telehealth, including remote monitoring, video telemedicine, and mobile health (mHealth), is central to the healthcare delivery transformation by way of the converging healthcare and information communication technology (ICT) sectors. This study analyzes survey data taken at the 2013 ATA conference. Drivers and restraints, 5 and 10 year areas of opportunity, environmental points (e.g., gamification), accountable care organizations (ACOs), and predictions are presented. The surveyed markets include home and disease management monitoring, personal emergency response systems (PERS), video diagnostic consultation, remote doctor/specialist services, tele-imaging, activity monitoring, wellness programs, remote cardiac ECG, and tele-mental health.
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No Index Yes
Podcast No
Author Daniel Ruppar
Industries Healthcare
WIP Number ND10-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No