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連網型醫療保健:理想和現實之間的差距

Connected Healthcare: The Gaps Between Promise and Reality

出版商 IDATE DigiWorld 商品編碼 359715
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 57 Pages
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連網型醫療保健:理想和現實之間的差距 Connected Healthcare: The Gaps Between Promise and Reality
出版日期: 2016年06月09日 內容資訊: 英文 57 Pages
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本報告提供連網型醫療保健 - 網際網路利用型的醫療解決方案 - 的潛在市場規模估計,各種企業、產業為實現連網型醫療保健的配合措施,企業間競爭的實際狀態,未來發展應解決的課題 (資料的安全、隱私等),最適合的經營模式等相關調查與考察。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 分析方法、範圍

第3章 連網型醫療保健市場

  • 價值鏈
  • 連網型服務
    • 遠程醫療和遠程監控
    • 醫療用應用/工具
  • 連網型設備
    • 連接性的問題
    • 醫療設備與藥物治療
    • 民生用穿戴式設備、感測器
  • 法規、標準化、資料管理
    • 醫療資料的安全相關法規
    • 技術標準和互通性
    • 醫療設備和資料、平台

第4章 企業策略

  • 概要
    • 各企業的配合措施
    • 民生用穿戴式設備和醫療設備的一體化
  • 醫療IT企業 (Medtech) 和專業企業
    • Royal Philips
    • Medtronic
    • American Well
    • Withings
  • 網際網路企業
    • Google
    • Apple
  • 通訊企業
    • Vodafone
    • AT&T

第5章 市場分析

  • 市場規模的估計
    • 連網型設備
    • 連網型服務
  • 推動及阻礙市場要素
    • 推動市場要素
    • 阻礙市場要素

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目錄
Product Code: M16185IN1

This report introduces the potential value proposition brought by connected healthcare solutions in respective of both business users (caregivers) and individual users (patients). The particularity of health industries have been considered in regard to data sensitivity and regulation .

It evaluates the initiatives and strategies of players coming from different sectors, particularly facing the strong incumbents (medtech giants). The main positioning of each category of players has been also addressed by taking the competitive landscape into account.

Finally, in examining the gaps which lie between promising benefits and what is required for industry deployment and adoption, both the challenges linked with data security and privacy , and the best business model are analysed.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

2. Methodology & Scope

  • 2.1. General methodology of IDATE's reports
  • 2.2. Definition and scope

3. Connected healthcare markets

  • 3.1. Value chain
  • 3.2. Connected services
    • 3.2.1. Telemedicine and remote monitoring
    • 3.2.2. Healthcare applications and tools
  • 3.3. Connected devices
    • 3.3.1. Connectivity issues
    • 3.3.2. Medical equipment and medication
    • 3.3.3. Consumer wearable devices and sensors
  • 3.4. Regulation, standardisation and data management
    • 3.4.1. Regulation regarding health data security
    • 3.4.2. Standards and interoperability
    • 3.4.3. Devices and data platforms

4. Player strategies

  • 4.1. Overview
    • 4.1.1. Player initiatives
    • 4.1.2. Convergence of consumer wearables and medical devices
  • 4.2. Medtech companies and pure player
    • 4.2.1. Royal Philips
    • 4.2.2. Medtronic
    • 4.2.3. American Well
    • 4.2.4. Withings
  • 4.3. Internet players
    • 4.3.1. Google
    • 4.3.2. Apple
    • 4.4. Telcos
    • 4.4.1. Vodafone
    • 4.4.2. AT&T

5. Market analysis

  • 5.1. Market estimation
    • 5.1.1. Connected devices
    • 5.1.2. Connected services
  • 5.2. Drivers and barriers
    • 5.2.1. Drivers
    • 5.2.2. Barriers

Report's tables and figures

Tables

  • Table 1: Healthcare applications and tools
  • Table 2: Main initiatives of Philips in connected healthcare market
  • Table 3: Main initiatives of Medtronic in connected healthcare market
  • Table 4: Main initiatives of American Well in connected healthcare market
  • Table 5: Main initiatives of Google in connected healthcare market
  • Table 6: Main initiatives of Apple in connected healthcare market

Figures

  • Figure 1: Healthcare value chain
  • Figure 2: Remote monitoring services built on the 2net Hub device and cloud by Qualcomm Life
  • Figure 3: eDevice WireX: a plug-and-play network converter for wired e-health solutions
  • Figure 4: Cortrium C3 device
  • Figure 5: Connected pills for medication adherence by Proteus Digital Health
  • Figure 6: Fitbit Surge allowing heart rate and sleep monitoring
  • Figure 7: Draft Shared Nationwide Interoperability Roadmap for Health industries in the US
  • Figure 8: Initiatives by giant players in connected healthcare market
  • Figure 9: Initiatives by pure players and start-ups
  • Figure 10: Health and wellness wearable devices segments
  • Figure 11: Potential evolution path of connected devices
  • Figure 12: Philips HealthSuite digital platform
  • Figure 13: An example of CareCatalyst-enabled solutions
  • Figure 14: Philips Hospital and Home telemedicine solutions
  • Figure 15: eCareManager for in-hospital telemedicine
  • Figure 16: IntelliVue Cableless/wearable monitor
  • Figure 17: eCareCompanion platform
  • Figure 18: Wearable health devices by Philips
  • Figure 19: eCareCoordinator - clinical telemedicine software
  • Figure 20: DreamMapper dashboard
  • Figure 21: Pricing of Philips Lifeline
  • Figure 22: Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) systems
  • Figure 23: Ascensia Diabetes Care Contour® NEXT LINK 2.4 (left) and Guardian™ 2 Link (right)
  • Figure 24: MiniMed Connect for diabetes data tracking on smartphones
  • Figure 25: OptiVol Fluid Status Monitoring sensor system by Medtronic
  • Figure 26: M-Link accessory for cellular data transmission
  • Figure 27: MyCareLink Smart Monitor Reader (left) and app (right)
  • Figure 28: Full line of Cardiocom telemedicine solutions
  • Figure 29: Medtronic Mainspring Data Express
  • Figure 30: LiveHealth Online for online consultation
  • Figure 31: AW9 tool package for telemedicine consultation
  • Figure 32: Withings products for connected wellness
  • Figure 33: Corporate Wellness targeted by Withings
  • Figure 34: Withings devices applied in research on connected healthcare
  • Figure 35: Google contact lens for measuring glucose levels
  • Figure 36: Liftware - a spoon for people with tremors
  • Figure 37: Apple Watch wearables
  • Figure 38: Johns Hopkins EpiWatch developed on Apple ResearchKit
  • Figure 39: Four modules of Apple CareKit
  • Figure 40: Hospital MD - an Apple app developed for physicians
  • Figure 41: Global Data Service Platform as Vodafone value proposition
  • Figure 42: SmartConnect for defibrillator remote monitoring and alert
  • Figure 43: Lively device
  • Figure 44: AT&T Remote patient-monitoring solution
  • Figure 45: AT&T Share plan including connected wearable
  • Figure 46: Evolution of the TIMEX business model
  • Figure 47: Connected wheelchair made jointly by AT&T and Permobil
  • Figure 48: Global installed base of connected healthcare devices 2014-2020
  • Figure 49: Worldwide revenue of connected healthcare services, 2014-2020
  • Figure 50: Adoption of mobile-based telemedicine solutions in the US in 2015
  • Figure 51: Consumer willingness to share health-related data
  • Figure 52: Consumer attitudes towards health data sharing

List of players mentioned or reviewed

  • Abbott Laboratories
  • AbbVie
  • Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
  • AllianceHealth Oklahoma
  • Allscripts
  • Alphabet
  • Amazon
  • American Medical Association
  • American Telemedicine Association
  • American Well
  • Anthem
  • Apple
  • Ascension Health
  • AT&T
  • athenahealth
  • Avera Health
  • AXA
  • Baxter
  • Biogen Inc.
  • Biovotion
  • Blue Cross
  • Blue Shield
  • Brockton Hospital
  • Calico
  • Cardiocom
  • Cerner
  • Cleveland Clinic
  • COCIR
  • Community Health Systems
  • Continua Health Alliance
  • Corventis
  • Darty
  • Dexcom
  • Dignity
  • Duke University
  • eDevice
  • EMC2
  • Empatica
  • Epic
  • ETSI European eHealth Interoperability Framework
  • European patients - Smart open Services
  • Facebook
  • Fitbit Surge
  • Fnac
  • Geisinger
  • Google
  • Google Capital
  • Harmonie Mutuelle
  • Harvard Medical School
  • HCA
  • HIMSS
  • Hitachi Data Systems
  • Hôpitaux de Toulouse
  • IBM Watson Health
  • iGetBetter
  • Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise
  • Intermountain
  • ITU
  • Jawbone
  • Jawbone UP3
  • Johns Hopkins
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Lift Labs
  • Lively
  • MEDITECH
  • Medtronic
  • mHealth Summit
  • MisFit
  • MIT
  • Nike
  • Nokia
  • Novartis
  • Novartis AG
  • Office of the National Coordinator for Health
  • Orange
  • Otsuka Pharmaceutical
  • Permobil
  • Personal Connected Health Alliance
  • Philips
  • Philips Respironics
  • Polar
  • Proteus Digital Health
  • PwC
  • Qualcomm Life
  • Red Cross Spain
  • Rock Health
  • Royal Philips
  • Sage Bionetworks
  • Salesforce
  • Samsung Gear S
  • Sanofi
  • SAP
  • Social Wellth
  • Texas Medical Center
  • TicTrac
  • TIMEX
  • United Nations
  • Validic
  • Verily
  • Vodafone
  • Vodafone Americas Foundation
  • Welltok
  • WHO
  • Withings
  • WTO
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