Top Ten Companies in Telemedicine Technologies

March 1, 2013

Globally, there is an increasing aging population plagued with chronic disease. These factors, combined with a focus on prevention and advancements in technologies, pharmaceuticals and treatments, will undoubtedly cause demand for healthcare services to continue to increase into the future.
There has been a global focus on the use of telemedicine as a tool to cut down healthcare costs and bring about mammoth savings. Implementation of the new U.S. healthcare law will, if anything, intensify this focus by increasing the number of people who have health insurance and are seeking medical services. In the near to mid-term, telemedicine technologies offer one of the few ways of enabling healthcare personnel to meet the increased demand without unacceptable delays or other forms of de facto rationing.
There is interest in studying the ways in which collaborative healthcare can be better and more economically implemented through telemedicine. Recently announced best practices to cut down global healthcare costs, including outsourced medical services, home-based treatment, intervention as opposed to post treatment, integrated information technology (IT) environments, increased efficiency of healthcare resources and reducing billing gaps, all point toward the increasing use of telemedicine.
Given these factors, it seems timely that BCC identify the top 10 companies in the telemedicine field and the key factors to success in the telemedicine market that these companies are exploiting.
The report will also help gauge the ways in which this market can significantly affect larger markets such as healthcare, health insurance, home care, telecommunications (telecom), networking, disease management, e-health and healthcare IT. This is also timely, as major tier-one stakeholders are starting to enter the telemedicine market.

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Global Markets for telemedicine to grow to $27.3 billion by 2016

April 4, 2012

The global telemedicine market grew from $9.8 billion in 2010 to $11.6 billion in 2011, and should grow to $27.3 billion in 2016, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 18.6% over the next five years.

Learn about the telemedicine market, mainly in terms of cutting-edge technology development, value-added services, and new applications and learn about the opportunities for stakeholders in the telemedicine market. Profiles of important players in this industry are provided as well…
Use this report to:

  • Understand the impact of recent technical, economic, legal/regulatory, business and other developments in the global market for telemedicine technologies and services
  • Receive a comprehensive market forecast (2011 to 2016) of telemedicine and all its key sub segments (e.g., technologies, services, applications)
  • Identify the key success factors in the telemedicine market and to gauge the ways in which this market can significantly affect larger markets such as healthcare, health insurance, home care, telecom, networking, disease management, e-health and healthcare IT
  • Identify opportunities for stakeholders in the telemedicine market.

To provide further information about this report we offer a Complimentary Introduction, available from our Website. To download, simply click here, go to the Table of Contents tab, add the complimentary introduction to your cart, and confirm your order.

SUMMARY FIGURE
FORECAST FOR THE GLOBAL TELEHOME AND TELEHOSPITAL SERVICE MARKET, 2011–2016
($ MILLIONS)

FORECAST FOR THE GLOBAL TELEHOME AND TELEHOSPITAL SERVICE MARKET, 2011–2016

Source: BCC Research


DAILY BIZFACT | ajc.com

May 13, 2008

McClatchy Tribune TELEMEDICINE-Global Spending on the transfer of medical data via telephone or the Internet in order to conduct remote consultations or examinations: 2007: $5.8 billion 2012*: $13.9 billion *Projected Source: BCC Research

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