US Market for General Wellness and Early Intervention Technologies

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Wellness has emerged as a fairly umbrella term within the last 5 years. Factors for this include changing attitudes to control health cost by moving from defined benefit to defined contribution structures, and technology tools and transparencies that are shifting capitation from providers to consumers through increased consumer participation and rewards for self-care. This study discusses the market for general wellness and early intervention technologies. It covers key drivers and restraints as well as market engineering measurements and forecasts for each segment. An overview of the competitive landscape and key vendor profiles are given. Market predictions are also provided. The base year is 2012, and the forecast period is 2013 to 2017.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Key Findings (continued) Scope and Segmentation—AssumptionsScope and Segmentation—Early Intervention Technologies Segment Scope and Segmentation—General Wellness Technologies SegmentList of AcronymsList of Acronyms (continued)Key Questions This Study Will AnswerMarket Engineering MeasurementsMarket Engineering Measurements (continued)Market Engineering Measurements (continued)Market Engineering Measurements (continued)CEO’s PerspectiveKey Companies to WatchExecutive Summary—3 Big PredictionsMarket OverviewMarket Background Market Overview—The Upward Progression of Preventive CareMarket Analysis—Market Factors Behind Early Intervention and General Wellness TechnologiesMarket Analysis—The Current Corporate Wellness SpectrumMarket Analysis—Historical ShiftMarket Analysis—Enrollment by Program TypeMarket Analysis—Market Map of Service ValueMarket Analysis—The Converging Market ForcesEarly Intervention Technologies Segment BreakdownEarly Intervention—The Enrollment StepsEnrollment by Client TypeEarly Intervention Technologies Segment—Core ToolsEarly Intervention Technologies Segment—Client BreakdownEarly Intervention Technologies Segment—Condition BreakdownDrivers, Restraints, and TrendsFactors Moving Early Intervention TechnologiesSegment DriversSegment RestraintsForecasts and TrendsMarket Engineering MeasurementsMarket PenetrationForecast Assumptions and MethodologyRevenue ForecastRevenue Forecast Discussion Competitive EnvironmentCompetitive Market ForcesMarket ShareMarket Share AnalysisCompetitive EnvironmentGeneral Wellness Technologies Segment BreakdownGeneral Wellness—The Enrollment StepsGeneral Wellness Technologies Segment—Focus AcitivitiesGeneral Wellness Technologies Segment—Client BreakdownDrivers, Restraints, and Trends—General Wellness Technologies SegmentFactors Moving General Wellness TechnologiesSegment DriversSegment RestraintsForecasts and Trends—General Wellness Technologies SegmentMarket Engineering MeasurementsForecast Assumptions and MethodologyRevenue ForecastRevenue Forecast Discussion Competitive Environment—General Wellness Technologies SegmentMarket ShareMarket Share AnalysisCompetitive EnvironmentKey Companies to WatchCompany Profile—Optum HealthCompany Profile—Optum Health (continued)Company Profile—Alere Inc.Company Profile—Alere Inc. (continued)Company Profile—UMR/AvidynCompany Profile—American Health Holding, Inc.Company Profile—US Preventive MedicineCompany Profile—Principal Wellness Company Profile—ActiveHealth ManagementThe Last WordThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsThe Last Word—DiscussionThe Last Word—Discussion (continued)The Last Word—Discussion (continued)Legal DisclaimerAppendixAdditional Sources of Information From Our Connected Health Research ProgramMarket Engineering MethodologyLearn More—Next Steps




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