U.S. Personal Health Records Market 2010 to 2015

Understanding Technical and Strategic Imperatives Around Consumer-Focused Health IT


Information presented includes an overview of personal health records (PHR), definition of the key market segments by product type, descriptions of product types by technical approaches, an outline of key data elements and sources, a summary of benefits and advantages to using a PHR, a list of major technology and market trends and dynamics, including selected drivers and restraints impacting the market, vendor and product landscape competitive profiles, and total revenue forecasts for 2010 and 2015.

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U.S. Personal Health Records Market 2010 to 2015, Executive Summary for the U.S. Personal Health Records Market 2010 to 2015U.S. Personal Health Records Market Executive SummaryExecutive Summary of Key Findings for the U.S. Personal Health Records MarketIntroduction and OverviewResearch MethodologyU.S. Personal Health Records Market 2010 to 2015, Glossary of TermsAbbreviations and Key TermsList of Abbreviations and Key TermsU.S. Personal Health Records Market 2010 to 2015, Introduction to the Personal Health Records MarketOverview of Personal Health RecordsClarification of Basic Terminology and Product DescriptionsKey Features and FunctionsProduct Categorizations by Technical ApproachInformation Technology Features and ComponentsTrends in AdoptionU.S. Personal Health Records Market 2010 to 2015, U.S. Personal Health Records Market - Market DynamicsKey Industry Trends and Market DynamicsU.S. Personal Health Records Market - Industry ChallengesU.S. Personal Health Records Market - DriversU.S. Personal Records Market - RestraintsU.S. Personal Health Records Market 2010 to 2015, U.S. Personal Health Records Market - Vendor and Product LandscapeCompetitive Market StructureOverview of the Vendor and Product LandscapeDistribution and Pricing Approaches Including ROI MetricsSelected Vendor ProfilesU.S. Personal Health Records Market 2010 to 2015, U.S. Personal Health Records Market - Revenue ForecastsMarket Engineering Measurements and Total Revenue ForecastsMarket Engineering MeasurementsTotal Revenue ForecastRevenue Forecasts by Product TypePercent of Revenues by Product TypePercent of PHRs in Use by Product TypeU.S. Personal Health Records Market 2010 to 2015, U.S. Personal Health Records Market - Conclusion and Strategic RecommendationsSummary of Key Trends and Strategic RecommendationsConclusions and RecommendationsU.S. Personal Health Records Market 2010 to 2015, ReferencesSecondary Research ResourcesBibliographyU.S. Personal Health Records Market 2010 to 2015, Decision Support DatabasesDatabasesProjected Growth Rates for Public and Private National Health Expenditures Projected Expenditures for Health Services and Supplies by ComponentNational Health Expenditures by Component for 2007 and 2008 and Projected Expenditures and Distribution for 2009Percent of Public vs. Private National Health Expenditures Revenue for Selected Healthcare Industries by Source of Revenue Annual Revenue for Healthcare Industries by Provider Type Number of Healthcare Establishments by Type for 2002 and 2007 Projected Supply and Demand of Office-Based Physicians by Specialty for 2010 and 2020 Number and Percent of Households With and Without Internet Access Internet Activities by Adults




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