Healthcare systems are undergoing dramatic structural changes that will impact every aspect of the way healthcare services are paid for and delivered, and the movement of care outside traditional settings is transforming medicine through digital health solutions.
Tackling healthcare challenges such as reducing costs, improving access to care and outcomes is centric to the full potential of connected healthcare. In future, connected healthcare is set to empower consumers by encouraging them to capture, analyze and act on their health data, as well as coordinate with healthcare professionals and their care team.
While this requires integration of several functionalities such as remote monitoring, mHealth, wearables, IT platforms and health records, companies are forging ahead by developing partnerships with providers, payers, device manufacturers, governments and telecom companies to establish connectivity ecosystems that can efficiently leverage data into actionable insights.
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Frost & Sullivan's expertise in Digital Health research and consulting includes work in the following strategic and operational areas.
Healthcare Information Technology
Our coverage includes: data management (cloud, content management); data analytics; data exchange and provider and payer applications.
Technology and the Care Continuum
Our coverage includes: Aging in place; virtual care; telehealth and mHealth; consumer health.
Care Model Transformation
Our coverage includes: population health management; patient/consumer engagement; big data; chronic disease management; prevention & wellness
Our Digital Health Content Covers These Critical Issues:
- Innovating business models that promise sustainable revenue streams
- Designing integrated data platforms that empower consumers
- Developing strategic partnerships that bring novel products and services to the market
- Establishing industry best practices
- Identifying emerging markets opportunities
In this research deliverable, Frost & Sullivan s analyst team provides bold perspectives and predictions for the African healthcare industry in 2017. The markets covered include pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, in-vitro diagnostics, medical devices, medical imaging and healthcare IT. The…
The entire industry has probably heard the term of Smart Hospitals or the Intelligent Hospitals . However, only a few truly understand the concept, as there is plenty of ambiguity around the term, with each stakeholder defining it in a way that relates to themselves and their services. Some even…
Precision medicine for oncology is defined as patient-specific cancer care that is aided by a targeted software suite. The realm of precision medicine is determined by providers' willingness and ability to capture and normalize disparate patient data - including clinical,…
The global market for healthcare cloud computing revenue generated by cloud computing services offered to providers will be worth just under $10 billion by 2021 primarily driven by the need for storage of the exponentially increasing volume of healthcare data. However, volume is only the beginning…
Revenue cycle management (RCM) refers to myriad administrative and clinical functions around the capture, management, and collection of patient service revenue. The RCM process starts with admission (patient access) and continues through to accounts receivable (payment and collections). A variety of…
It is estimated that more than 19,000 pathologists would be needed to serve the US healthcare needs. However, the actual number is expected to be approximately 40% lesser. Similar trends are foreseen globally driven by aging population and widening application in areas such as cancer diagnostics,…
As the cloud-based information technology (IT) model advances slowly in healthcare, following years of lasting apprehension and skepticism, it is pursuing its two-decades-long journey in the medical imaging field. Indeed, since the early 2000s, cloud-based solutions have provided a viable…
UK, Germany, France and Spain collectively spend more than $6 billion on healthcare information technology (healthcare IT) while regional adoption stands at almost 80%. Healthcare IT markets in these countries are ready to embark upon the next level of digitalization where providers move from…
The overall research objective is to measure the current use and future decision making behavior toward information technology (IT) in the healthcare industry around the globe, specifically: Enterprise Mobility Management, eCommerce/mCommerce, Unified Communications & Collaboration (UCC),…
The global healthcare industry is in need of solutions that augment providers with insights to make meaningful clinical decisions within less turnaround times, which is critical to demonstrating value of care. Artificial Intelligence has proven its utility in performing data-mining activities on…
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|Types of Companies||Examples of Recent Projects|
|Healthcare Providers||Assessing Licensing Potential for an Enterprise Learning System of a Leading Tertiary Healthcare Provider|
|Suppliers/ Service Providers to Industry||Interactive Digital Whitepaper with Embedded Video on the Future of the Global Healthcare Products Supply Chain for a Major Logistics Company|
|Consumer Health||Competitive Profiles on 1,200+ Weight Loss and Skin Care Product Available Worldwide to Support R&D Efforts of a Major Competitor|
|Investors||Buy-Side Valuation Analysis and Financial Modeling for Investment Consideration in an Energy-Based Medical Device Start Up|
|Professional Associations||Annual Customer Survey on U.S. Purchasing Patterns for Laboratory Products Commissioned by a Leading Industry Association|
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