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18 Dec 2017  |  Global
Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing and Carrier Screening are the Key Segments Triggering Growth Across the Market
Across the world, women live longer than men. The reason behind the difference between male and female life expectancy is unclear, but it seems related partially to biological advantages and partially to environmental and behavioral factors. Even though women outlive men, they are more prone to suffering from ill health and other age-related diseas...
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29 Nov 2017  |  Global
Concept Definition, Application, and Growth Opportunities
The entire industry has probably heard the term of ‘Smart Hospitals’ or the ‘Intelligent Hospitals’. However, only a few truly understand the concept, as there is plenty of ambiguity around the term, with each stakeholder defining it in a way that relates to themselves and their services. Some even confuse a digital hospital to a smart hosp...
24 Nov 2017  |  Global
Early Movers Expect to Facilitate Evidence-Based Cancer Care
Healthcare data analytics refers to information technology (IT) solutions and services that mine structured and unstructured digital content generated by healthcare industry stakeholders with the goal of achieving a predefined outcome. The healthcare industry is witnessing a redefinition of “value” through the changing expectations of care qua...
31 Oct 2017  |  Global
Collaborative Business Models Embracing Artificial Intelligence Application in Novel Disease Areas to Drive Market Growth
It is estimated that more than 19,000 pathologists would be needed to serve the US healthcare needs. However, the actual number is expected to be approximately 40% lesser. Similar trends are foreseen globally driven by aging population and widening application in areas such as cancer diagnostics, drug development, clinical trials, biomarker discove...
27 Oct 2017  |  Global
A Nebulous Set of Applications Transforming into an Established Market Model
As the cloud-based information technology (IT) model advances slowly in healthcare, following years of lasting apprehension and skepticism, it is pursuing its two-decades-long journey in the medical imaging field. Indeed, since the early 2000s, cloud-based solutions have provided a viable alternative to tape- and truck-based solutions for the long-...
23 Jun 2017  |  Global
Healthcare Industry Assesses Blockchain Potential to Optimize Healthcare Workflows and Improve Outcome-based Care Delivery Models
Blockchain technology, with its ubiquitous security infrastructure for seamless health data exchange, holds potential to eliminate the burden and cost of health data reconciliation and facilitate interoperability. Emerging blockchain systems promise to unlock new economic advantages by disintermediating high-cost gatekeepers and automating transact...
13 Jun 2017  |  Global
Diverse Data Analytics Offerings Together have Potential to Change Industry Paradigms
Healthcare data analytics refers to information technology (IT) solutions and services that mine structured and unstructured digital content generated by healthcare industry stakeholders with the goal of achieving a pre-defined outcome. The healthcare industry is experiencing a redefinition of “value” through the changing expectations of care ...
16 Mar 2017  |  Global
Growth, Innovation and Leadership (GIL) Index for Emerging Markets
The opening up of emerging markets to global capital, technology, and talent over the past two decades has fundamentally changed their economic and business environment. Rapid emerging market economic growth has helped lift millions out of poverty and expand the middle class, creating new markets for consumer products and services. In addition a la...
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12 Jan 2017  |  Global
Digital Solutions to Address Challenges in Patient Engagement and Support
The annual global cost of mental illnesses is set to rise to a whopping $6 trillion in 2030, from $2.5 trillion in 2010. Furthermore, the global treatment gap in 2004 for disorders such as depression and anxiety was more than 50% (half of the patients went untreated). Unfortunately, the situation has still not changed significantly. A growing body...