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數位健康的全球市場:2018年

Global Digital Health Outlook, 2020

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 665636
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 93 Pages
商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內
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數位健康的全球市場:2018年 Global Digital Health Outlook, 2020
出版日期: 2019年08月23日內容資訊: 英文 93 Pages
簡介

網路安全,AI,虛擬照護,數位治療,主要技術企業的各種配合措施都在推動數位健康市場的持續發展。

本報告提供全球數位健康的市場調查,彙整市場定義和概要,數位健康的展望·預測,市場區隔·各地區的收益預測,各地區的主要趨勢,關注的企業,成長機會分析等資料。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 市場概要

  • 數位健康:產業融合的優點
  • 數位健康的優先級
  • 市場區隔
  • 醫療保健2025
    • 數位醫療保健的生態系統
    • IoMT (Internet of Medical Things)
  • 持續照護的患者體驗
  • 企業面臨的課題

第3章 數位健康的主要預測

  • 網路安全風險管理:高級簡介攻擊新的緊急請求
  • 預測:ICT技術領導者的齒輪轉移
  • 預測:遠程醫療的存在感擴大
  • 預測:AI的精密醫療
  • 預測:隨著市場和監管要求推動改善差異化
  • 預測:醫療提供者的財務IT·會計的現代化的焦點
  • 預測:數位醫療
  • 預測:EHR最佳化計劃
  • 預測:病人參與的概念擴張

第4章 市場分析

  • 收益預測
  • 收益預測相關討論
  • 收益預測:各地區
  • 收益預測·佔有率預測:各種類

第5章 地區分析

  • 北美
    • 影響醫療保健產業的主要趨勢
    • 對數位健康的文化·人口動態影響因素
  • 歐洲
    • 影響醫療保健產業的主要趨勢
    • 地區的趨勢·亮點
    • 影響醫療保健產業的主要趨勢:中歐·東歐
    • 數位健康趨勢·亮點:中歐·東歐
  • 亞太地區
    • 數位健康趨勢·亮點
    • 影響醫療保健產業的主要趨勢:印度
    • 影響醫療保健產業的主要趨勢:中國
    • 影響醫療保健產業的主要趨勢:日本
    • 影響醫療保健產業的主要趨勢:東南亞
    • 影響醫療保健產業的主要趨勢:澳洲
  • 其他地區
    • 影響醫療保健產業的主要趨勢:南美
    • 影響醫療保健產業的主要趨勢:中東
    • 影響醫療保健產業的主要趨勢:非洲
  • 市場預測:各地區

第6章 關注的企業

第7章 總論

  • 對未來的政略建立重要的成長機會
  • 策略性必需必要條件
  • 總論
  • 免責聲明

第8章 附錄

第9章 關於FROST & SULLIVAN

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目錄
Product Code: K389-48

Artificial Intelligence, Care Coordination, Cybersecurity, Data Analytics, Digital Therapeutics, and Telehealth Will Drive the Market

This study predicts the ways that artificial intelligence, care coordination cybersecurity, data analytics, digital therapeutics, and telehealth will drive the digital health market in 2020. The report presents 9 predictions that are likely to prevail by 2020. Frost & Sullivan defines digital health as the application of data to the delivery of healthcare, using computational and telecommunications technologies, to support business process workflow, clinical workflow, and patient data management. The goal of digital health is to achieve better patient outcomes while improving efficiency and containing costs. Digital health is multidisciplinary, but primarily focuses on three domains: health process automation, patient engagement, and mobility.

The study reflects on progress by innovative digital health solutions to leverage cloud-based IT to capitalize on the vast new resources of clinical, financial, socioeconomic, and other data generated across the health ecosystem. Patient information is captured by electronic health records (EHRs), connected medical devices, and smartphones. The predictions are important to all healthcare providers, payers, patients, caregivers, and investors because they provide a view of the ways that robust data sets can be used to develop new insights that can improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare and enable new, innovative IT solutions, to engage consumers. Frost & Sullivan is confident that digital health solutions offer great promise for new care delivery models, expanded access, improved outcomes and efficiency, and, ultimately, greater value to all stakeholders.

The predictions apply to global healthcare markets. Frost & Sullivan's team of expert analysts predict that healthcare will evolve from an IT market that was composed primarily of revenue associated with EHR and billing systems and services to a market that is increasingly incorporating advanced technologies such as analytics, cybersecurity, telemedicine, and other specialty areas such as femtech and IT-enabled employee health management.

Predictions include expected breakthroughs in AI, cybersecurity, digital therapeutics, remote patient monitoring, femtech, Big Data, IT-enabled employee health management, telehealth, and data analytics. For example, this outlook emphasizes the importance of cybersecurity to protect solutions across the global healthcare market.

The research was based on the findings of an expert team of analysts that noted several recurring themes visible across all global markets. These include an aging population, a rising prevalence of chronic diseases, anticipated medical staff shortages, long wait times (both to get appointments and in crowded offices), universal concerns about quality of care, and the need for a common technical platform.Evolving technologies that are covered include facial recognition, blockchains, cloud computing services, natural language processing, interactive virtual assistants, AI, and 5G wireless networks.

The report concludes that digital health is a growing, but complex market. This space will enjoy overall 5-year compound annual growth rate of 12% (2018-2023).

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