Telehealth Business Models in Europe

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This study examines and analyses the telehealth business models in Europe. The research presents the market definition and its dynamics. It examines the market in terms of various factors business models in this market and also discusses the current market revenues and forecast by region and along with the geographical trends prevailing in the market. The study will also provide country specific trends about telehealth and the various business models adopted. In the end, there is a conclusion summarising the impediments to adoption of telehealth, along with key considerations, prospective markets, and action plans to be adopted at different timelines.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary Executive Summary (continued)Market OverviewMarket Overview—DefinitionsMarket OverviewMarket Overview (continued)Market Overview (continued)Market Overview (continued) Industry ChallengesMarket DriversMarket RestraintsMarket SnapshotMarket Revenue ForecastMarket TrendsMarket TrendsMarket Trends (continued)Market Trends (continued)Unmet Needs in TelehealthTechnology Trends—Body Area Network (BAN)Opportunity AssessmentOpportunity AssessmentTypes of Vendors Able to Capitalise on OpportunitiesBusiness Model AssessmentTelehealth Business Model—An Introduction Business Model AssessmentBusiness Model Assessment (continued)Business Model 1Business Model 1 AssessmentBusiness Model 2Business Model 2—ExampleBusiness Model 2—Example (continued)Business Model 2 AssessmentBusiness Model 3Business Model 3—Example (IPTV Service Offering by Health Hero Network and Sananet in the Netherlands)Business Model 3 AssessmentBusiness Model 4Business Model 4 AssessmentReimbursement Model AssessmentReimbursement Models Analysis—TelehealthReimbursement Models Analysis—Telehealth (continued)Reimbursement Models Analysis—Telehealth (continued)Reimbursement Models Analysis—Smart HomesCase StudyCountry Profiles / AssessmentThe United KingdomHealthcare Trends—Market Structure and EcosystemKey Barriers and Factors Influencing InnovationThe United Kingdom’s Approach to TelehealthExamples of Telehealth in United KingdomExamples of Telehealth in United Kingdom (Contd..)GermanyHealthcare Trends—Market Structure and EcosystemHealthcare Trends—Expenditure and FundingKeys to Success in Telehealth in GermanyExamples of Telehealth Projects in Germany FranceHealthcare Trends—Market Structure and EcosystemHealthcare Trends—Market Structure and Ecosystem (continued)Examples of Telehealth Projects in FranceItalyHealthcare Trends—Market Structure and EcosystemExamples of Telehealth Projects in ItalySpainHealthcare Trends—Market Structure and EcosystemExamples of Telehealth Projects in SpainScandinaviaHealthcare Trends—Market Structure and EcosystemExamples of Telehealth Projects in ScandinaviaBeneluxHealthcare Trends—Market Structure and EcosystemExample of Telehealth in BeneluxConclusionImpediments to Adoption of TelehealthKey ConsiderationsMarket ProspectsAction PlansAppendixCompany Profiles—Aipermon GmbH & Co. KGList of Key Industry ParticipantsCompany Profiles—Deutsche TelekomEntra Health Systems LtdLegal Disclaimer




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