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24 Jul 2017  |  North America
Sleep Technology Devices, Services, and Platforms Can Catalyze, Disrupt, and Transform Consumer Health
The importance of sleep in maintaining general health and wellness is being rapidly recognized by healthcare providers and consumers. Good sleep is associated with increased productivity, vitality, and reduced susceptibility to chronic diseases. The maturing healthcare consumer has started including sleep quality as an important metric to track and...
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21 Jul 2017  |  North America
Rising Maternal Age, Improved Screening Algorithms Catering to Healthcare Payer Requirements, and Exploration of New Business Models Will Drive Market
Prenatal genetic tests, which are predominantly used to test disorders such as aneuploidies in chromosomes 21, 18, and 13, and carrier screens, are gaining momentum in the United States due to enhanced assay outcomes through non-invasive methodologies, increased popularity through social media channels, and the growing number of women choosing to u...
11 Jul 2017  |  North America
Technological Advancements and the Continued Emphasis on Improving Quality Standards Will Drive Growth
This study captures the global surgical gloves market's growth and development and the opportunities this entails and also covers the market's value chain dynamics. The insight offers an in-depth overview of the growth drivers and restraints governing this market and traces current opportunity size and furnishes a perspective on projected size over...
21 Jun 2017  |  North America
ISOs and OEMs Look for Sustainable and Targeted Service Models to Achieve Growth in the Highly Competitive and Growing Market
The study covers current and future market trends, drivers, challenges, and key opportunities in US endoscope repair market. It analyzes the market by application areas such as arthroscopy, ENT endoscopy, GI endoscopy, gynecology, laparoscopy, neurology, pulmonary endoscopy, and urology. The analysis covers both rigid and flexible endoscopes and li...
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29 May 2017  |  North America
Industry Confirms Telemedicine’s Value While the Question Persists—Is Anyone Making Money?
The American Telemedicine Association held its annual meeting in Orlando, Florida from April 23-25, 2017. This year’s conference was called Telehealth 2.0 and drew attendees from healthcare providers as well as a mix of established and start-up telehealth-focused companies. This growth insight presents an analysis of key takeaways and major theme...
24 May 2017  |  North America
Economists and healthcare academics have stated for years that the normal market dynamics for supply and demand curves do not apply for the consumption of healthcare. In other words, the price goes up as demand increases, attracting new suppliers that increase the supply, which brings the price back to normal because healthcare in the United States...
18 May 2017  |  North America
Connected Healthcare Expected to Drive Growth
Clinical Decision Support Systems and services have evolved from being an authoritative content market dominated by large Scientific, Medical, and Technical (STM) publishers to being a dynamic and evolving connected infrastructure that includes digital workflow, electronic health record (EHR), and a variety of point-of-care solutions. While clinic...
17 Apr 2017  |  North America
How to Design, Implement, and Govern Value-based Healthcare Analytics?
Introduction: A healthcare data analytics platform can be defined as a single, interoperable system that uses retrospective data to produce business intelligence reports that quantify enterprise-level financial and operational performance, as well as, disparate clinical data to enable predictive, real-time reporting of patient outcomes against ever...
06 Apr 2017  |  North America
Healthcare Specialties such as Telebehavioral Health, Teledermatology, and Medical-grade Activity Tracking Expected to Add Value for both Patients and Physicians
Telehealth services and systems have made the most progress in remote management of post-acute care patients or among patients with chronic conditions, many of whom have one or more co-morbidity. This progress is visible across 4 major segments: remote patient monitoring (RPM), virtual telehealth visits, mobile health (mHealth), and personal emerge...
31 Mar 2017  |  North America
Innovations to Disrupt Diabetes Wellness, Diagnosis, Monitoring, and Therapy
Diabetes management is on the verge of being disrupted by innovative technologies such as artificial pancreas, non-invasive glucose monitoring sensors, wearables, apps, and inhalable insulin. This research study captures all the innovative developments across the segments of wellness, diagnosis, monitoring, and therapy of the diabetes care continuu...