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13 Jun 2012  |  Global
Move towards Preventative Care
This study provides overview of the Mega Trends that are likely to have an impact on the health and wellness of the patient world in 2020. The four interlinked scenariosgo green, digital backbone, personalised healthcare, and openness and transparency - have been discussed. These four have been shortlisted among the others because greener products...
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20 Nov 2015  |  Europe
Commercialisation of Pilot Projects and Reimbursement Policies Will Boost Adoption
The objective of this research service is to present a comprehensive analysis of the telehealth and telecare market in Europe, with respect to the market potential and key market dynamics in remote patient monitoring and personal emergency response solutions. The regional scope of the analysis focusses on the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy,...
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24 Nov 2015  |  North America
Is it Finally Ready to Make a Difference?
This study covers clinical-grade remote patient monitoring as it is evolving within the US through 2020. The market is assessed from the perspective of two segments: 1) home healthcare and post-acute care and 2) Chronic Condition Management and Disease Management. The total market growth is forecasted based on a view of the most likely scenario dri...
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09 Dec 2015  |  Global
Ramping Up a $6 Billion Dollar Market Opportunity
Shifts to how healthcare is delivered, where it is delivered, and how it is paid for are necessitating adoption of innovative tools for managing information. A key challenge is to appropriately assess the importance of various quantitative metrics, as well as correlate with qualitative recommendations and patient history. The voluminous forms of un...
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06 Jan 2016  |  Europe
Market Participants Seek to Stay Relevant by Striking Balance Between Fiscal Austerity and Changing Patient Demographics
Europe’s Big 5 health systems are in transition. Rapidly ageing populations and budget cuts have forced governments to place greater emphasis on the efficiency of care provision. As part of this efficiency drive, the landscape of care provision in these countries will continue to evolve to meet the dual challenges of limited budgets and changing ...
16 Feb 2016  |  Asia Pacific
Programmes and Regulations Driving Access to Healthcare Contribute to Double-digit Growth in Southeast Asia
With a population of 620 million, ASEAN represents approximately 8.6% of the global population. With a combined GDP of US$2.4 trillion in 2013, growing at an average annual rate of 5.6%, the region’s economic growth outpaces many other regional and global economies. Demand for healthcare services is expected to surge due to factors such as popula...
08 Apr 2016  |  North America
Trends Highlight Urgent Need for Cost-effective Critical Care Strategies, Tilt toward Higher ICU Bed Utilization Rates and Reduced Length of Stay (LOS)
Intensive care units (ICUs) are primarily for managing patients with acute or lifethreatening disease or conditions. The critical care provided in the ICUs depends upon the resource availability such as skilled personnel and reliable advanced therapeutic and monitoring equipments. Hence, ICUs contribute to a significant amount of spending despite b...
18 Apr 2016  |  Europe
Growth Potential Expands as Innovative Medical Technologies Become a Must-Have Across Multiple Medical Procedures
This study covers the global market for visible light (VL) imaging informatics and operating room (OR) imaging informatics. The latter pertain to digital and integrated operating rooms having intra-operative imaging capabilities, which are driven by increasing adoption of image-guided surgery (IGS) and minimally invasive surgery (MIS) techniques. T...
22 Apr 2016  |  Asia Pacific
ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) to Push Free Flow of Goods, Services and Investments, Creating $160 Billion Opportunity
This study aims is to analyse the ASEAN pharmaceutical regulatory landscape in terms of the ease of doing business, the impact of harmonisation post AEC 2015, and the key factors and dynamics influencing member countries and the outside world. It also provides strategic recommendations for market participants and conclusions. An overview of the reg...
05 May 2016  |  Global
Escalating Demand for Low-cost Alternatives to Create Market Size of Nearly $4 Billion
Retail healthcare entails primary care services for minor illnesses provided through clinics located in retail environments, such as a pharmacies, grocery chains, supermarkets, or departmental stores. These retail care clinics, also called convenient care clinics, walk-in clinics, or in-store clinics, are often open beyond regular operating hours o...