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08 Dec 2014  |  Global
Economic Development Innovation: Game Changers in Healthcare
Healthcare delivery and accessibility are critical to the economic development of a country. Using key indicators reflective of the healthcare scenario in a country and comparing them with government expenditure has demonstrated that some countries have improved healthcare conditions despite minimal spending. Innovation in service delivery is key t...
21 Nov 2014  |  Asia Pacific
On the Fast Track to Healthcare Digitization—China, Indonesia, Malaysia, The Philippines and Thailand
The study covers the eHealth initiatives across the emerging markets in Asia-Pacific. Government initiatives and incentives that encourage technology adoption in healthcare are key drivers for private sector investment in the Asia-Pacific eHealth industry. However, inadequate infrastructure and regulatory framework development have adversely affect...
20 Nov 2014  |  Asia Pacific
Technological Advancements Need to be Accompanied by Progressive Policies
Significant investment in health technology has helped improve the quality of healthcare services but has done little to reduce costs and make healthcare more accountable in the developed countries of Asia-Pacific. This insight explores future challenges that Japan and South Korea might face in terms of seamless healthcare integration.
30 Oct 2014  |  Europe
29 Oct 2014  |  North America
Orthopedic Products Present Opportunities in a Mature, Fragmented Market
The US market for bracing devices and supports consists of bracing products for the upper and lower extremities such as the knee, ankle, lumbar back, elbow, and wrist. Such braces are used for supporting various orthopedic joints for prophylactic, post-trauma, and/or post-surgery use. This market is in a mature state and growth avenues are modest. ...
10 Oct 2014  |  North America
A Frost & Sullivan CIO Survey in US Health IT
Frost & Sullivan conducted an online survey of information technology (IT) professionals working in US healthcare provider organizations (primarily hospitals) from mid-March to mid-May, 2014. The maximum number of respondents was 66; the average number of respondents ranged between 50 and 66. Topics covered in the study include the deployment of el...
12 Sep 2014  |  Europe
Assessment for Growth Opportunities Using Distributors in Eastern Europe
The Eastern European medical device industry is in the growth stage. Both established medical-device providers as well as new medical-device manufacturers are constantly trying to penetrate the Eastern European region, while simultaneously looking at ways to reduce the cost incurred for placing their products in this sector. Using distributors is o...
11 Sep 2014  |  North America
Stakeholder Views on Telehealth from the 2014 American Telemedicine Association (ATA) Annual Meeting
Telehealth 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 2014 ATA annual conference, collecting opinions from on the state of the market from approximately 80 industry stakeholders including technology vend...
28 Aug 2014  |  North America
Declines in Traditional PACS Deployment Models Give Rise to the Next Imaging IT Growth Opportunity
This analysis of the US enterprise medical image viewers market provides an overview of the current and future information technology (IT) ecosystem for imaging informatics with enterprise viewers in context. The study presents and discusses the various market segments for enterprise viewers, the key customers for each type of solution as well as t...
27 Aug 2014  |  Europe
Services Redefine Sterilization Sector
With increase in patient population and reduction in hospital budgets, optimization and cost efficiency are the buzzwords in the hospital sector. As most of the innovative products are made of varying materials, they require varied sterilization standards. Sterilization is considered to be a non-core activity by the clinical community. The real dem...