Technologies Empowering Smart Healthcare

The Optimal Synergy Between Leading-edge Hi-Tech and Digital Innovation

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The healthcare industry is evidencing a significant paradigm shift. Beyond the impressive advances in life sciences that have led to a plethora of new diagnostics and therapeutics opportunities, existing technologies associated with other fields of research are remarkably empowering healthcare.

This fact is particularly evident by looking through innovations in the fields of nanotechnology, robotics, and three-dimensional (3D) (bio)printing, as well as, a myriad of advancements in information and communication (ICT) technologies, smart devices, and virtual reality approaches, which are dramatically driving the concept of healthcare delivery under a more comprehensive and holistic perspective. Hence, for instance:

Nanotechnologies allow for developments in active implantable healthcare devices and smart sensors, including pacemakers, retinal implants and hearing aids. In addition, nanotech-based applications have demonstrated great success in developing more effective diagnostic devices and wound healing technologies, as well as, notable advancements in medical equipment, including surgical tools, smart textiles, and monitoring dressings.
Robotic science, including surgical robots and other computer-assisted electromechanical devices are designed to be used in robotically-assisted surgeries, thus overcoming the limitations of open and invasive surgeries.
Regenerative medicine has become a remarkable and promising field among the foremost innovative areas of medical care today by comprising principles of stem cell technology and tissue engineering, and combining advanced biomaterials with small molecules and biologics to replace or regenerate human tissues and organs and restore their functions, as a proof of true technology synergy.
Digital innovations allowing smart communications, connected health and data management, are driving medicine into the age of healthcare democratization, empowering at the same time, patients, physicians, caregivers and hospitals, as never before.

This research service (RS) depicts the current landscape and the new trends in smart healthcare, focused on the following highly interrelated and synergistic approaches:

Internet of Things (IoT), fundamentally, Internet of Healthcare Things, including all types of machine to machine (M2M) interactions and communications among intelligent devices, smart sensors, surgical robots, nanobots and microbots, etc., with remote platforms for real time operation
Cloud Computing, mostly focused on on-demand services for the healthcare industry and facilitating worldwide web-based operations
Big Data, essential from the perspective of connected health and connected care through predictive analytics and semantic reasoning allowing managing enormous amounts from multiple sources of data
Virtual Reality, centered on creating or replicating environments that make possible to prepare complex operations and training, also empowering other technologies such as 3D (bio)(tissue)printing and other regenerative medicine approaches.

The study deeply illustrates the following:
Technology roadmap, trends, capabilities, and applications targeted
Stakeholder activities, influence, industry initiatives, investment environment, and support
Regional and global regulation landscape, standardization approaches for tackling challenges
Technology benchmarking for smart decisions

An appendix is included, comprising lists of major participants found in the study and the most notable patents in the field.

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope: Technologies Empowering Smart Healthcare1.2 Research Focus: Technology Synergy Driving Smart Decisions1.3 Research Framework: Smart Healthcare Concept1.4 Research Methodology: The Frost & Sullivan Core Value1.5 Research Methodology: The Five Steps Toward Success1.6 Key Facts and Findings: The Global Picture in Numbers2.0 Technology Snapshot and Trends2.1 Key Elements of Analysis: The ‘Smartness’ Concept2.2 Smart Healthcare: Brief Overview and Trends2.3 Smart Healthcare: Factors Influencing Healthcare Paradigm Shift2.4 Healthcare Evolution: The Road Toward Smart Healthcare2.5 Disruptive Solutions: Macro Drivers in the Healthcare Sector2.6 Disruptive Applications: Vital Service Segments3.0 Environmental Analysis and Value Chain Assessment3.1 Healthcare Challenges: The Three Big Challenges3.2 Technology and Business Landscape: Accelerators3.2 Technology and Business Landscape: Accelerators (continued)3.3 Technology and Business Landscape: Challenges3.3 Technology and Business Landscape: Challenges (continued)3.4 Smart Healthcare Architecture: The Whole Smart System3.5 Empowering People: Expanding Participants' Capabilities3.6 Models and Strategies: Building a New Healthcare Culture3.7 Healthcare Business Models: Leveraging New Niches3.8 Value Chain Framework: The Pieces on the Board4.0 Impact Assessment and Strategic Analysis4.1 Intelligent Solutions: The Smart Product4.2 Intelligent Solutions: The Evolution Toward Future MedicineFramework4.4 Intelligent Solutions: Customer Focus4.5 Intelligent Solutions: Smart Products Coming Next Decade4.6 Care Delivery Models: The Prescriptive Medicine Approach5.0 Industry Landscape and Market Trends5.1 Key Participants: The Value Chain Progression5.2 Key Stakeholders: Functions and Responsibilities5.3 Key Operational Models: The Four Managing Directions5.4 Connected Health and Connected Care: The Six eServices5.5 Key Funding Models: The Four Approaches5.6 Smart Ecosystems: The Ensemble Portrait5.7 Key Roles: Factors Pulling and Pushing Innovation5.8 Key Infrastructure Development: The Global Scenario5.9 Key Actions: Rules for Success in the Smart Healthcare Space6.0 Market Potential and Intellectual Property6.1 Market Potential: Forecast and Milestones6.2 Market Segmentation: Technology/Services/Region6.3 Global Footprint: Smart Healthcare Trends in 20256.4 Intellectual Property: Smart Healthcare Patent Trends 6.5 Intellectual Property: Smart Healthcare IP Research Focus7.0 Best Practices and Strategic Insights7.1 The Road Ahead: Innovation Model Driving Smart Healthcare7.2 The Road Ahead: Open Collaboration Models Leading Innovation7.3 The Road Ahead: Gaining Competitiveness in New Niches7.4 Transformation in the Internet of Healthcare Things Ecosystem7.4 Transformation in the Internet of Healthcare Things Ecosystem (continued)7.5 Transformation in the Cloud Computing Healthcare Ecosystem7.6 Transformation in the Big Data Healthcare Ecosystem7.7 Transformation in the Healthcare Virtual Reality Ecosystem7.8 Growth Opportunities: Tapping Into Technology and Digital Synergy7.9 Growth Opportunities: The Five Major Prospects7.10 Strategic Imperatives: Critical Success Factors8.0 Performance Benchmarking and Strategic Recommendations8.1 Multicriteria Approach for Benchmarking: Methodology8.2 Multicriteria Approach for Benchmarking: Strategic Portfolio8.3 Multicriteria Approach for Benchmarking: Level 0 Criteria8.4 Multicriteria Approach for Benchmarking: Level 1 Criteria8.4 Multicriteria Approach for Benchmarking: Level 1 Criteria (continued)8.4 Multicriteria Approach for Benchmarking: Level 1 Criteria (continued)8.5 Multicriteria Approach for Benchmarking: Level 2 Criteria8.6 Multicriteria Approach for Benchmarking: Analytic Results8.7 Multicriteria Approach for Benchmarking: Final Assessment8.8 Innovation Benchmarking: Strategy Assessment8.9 Innovation Benchmarking: Top Tier Participants8.9 Innovation Benchmarking: Top Tier Participants (continued)8.9 Innovation Benchmarking: Top Tier Participants (continued)8.9 Innovation Benchmarking: Top Tier Participants (continued)Energy8.10 Innovation Benchmarking: Major Collaborations (continued)8.11 Innovation Benchmarking: Strategic Business Cases8.11 Innovation Benchmarking: Strategic Business Cases (continued)8.11 Innovation Benchmarking: Strategic Business Cases (continued)8.11 Innovation Benchmarking: Strategic Business Cases (continued)8.12 Innovation Benchmarking: Final Remarks9.0 Appendix9.1 Key Industry Influencers 9.1 Key Industry Influencers (continued)9.1 Key Industry Influencers (continued)9.1 Key Industry Influencers (continued)9.1 Key Industry Influencers (continued)9.2 Key Granted Patents9.2 Key Granted Patents (continued)9.2 Key Granted Patents (continued)9.2 Key Granted Patents (continued)9.2 Key Granted Patents (continued)9.2 Key Granted Patents (continued)9.2 Key Granted Patents (continued)9.2 Key Granted Patents (continued)9.2 Key Granted Patents (continued)9.2 Key Granted Patents (continued)Legal Disclaimer10.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story10.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story10.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career10.3 Global Perspective10.4 Industry Convergence10.5 360º Research Perspective10.6 Implementation Excellence10.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy




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