Research and Markets: Global Telemedicine Market Analysis - Out Now!

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/91293c/global_telemedicin) has announced the addition of the "Global Telemedicine Market Analysis" report to their offering.

The global telemedicine industry has been growing stupendously for the past few years. Being more cost efficient than normal hospital care, patients have now started to rely upon this mode of treatment. It has been observed that the healthcare delivery services have witnessed a paradigm shift, thus making it possible for the patients to get treatments for a wide range of indications such as heart disease, inflammation, infection, cancer, diabetic condition, and chronic condition.

According to this new research report, Global Telemedicine Market Analysis, the global telemedicine market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of around 19% during 2010-2015. Market growth will be driven by the efficiencies gained from the implementation of automated process. As governments and private players have stepped into the industry across various geographical locations, the future prospects of the market show immense opportunities to tap into.

This thorough study on the industry indicates that the global telemedicine industry has witnessed numerous product launches and mergers & acquisitions during the past few years. The main focus of companies has been to introduce technology-based products in the market.

This report has found that the U.S. and Europe dominate the world telemedicine market. The U.S. has witnessed deployment of numerous federal grants during the past few years, which has aided in the superfluous growth of the telemedicine market in the country. Europe, on the other hand, has been witnessing a strong demand for telemedicine products due to the rising aging population and enhanced requirements for home treatments. This study indicates that Asia has huge growth potential in the coming years as telemedicine demand in this region will be driven by rising healthcare costs.

The report provides extensive information and rational analysis of the global telemedicine market. It has thoroughly examined current market drivers & restraints, industrial developments, and competitive landscapes to enable clients to understand the market structure and its progress in coming years. The report also provides an insight into different telemedicine processes along with segment-wise analysis to present an overview of the developments taking place in these segments. Further, a review of product introductions/innovations and recent industry activity has also been covered in the report. The study also analyzes market developments for regions including the United States, the EU, Japan, China, and India to illustrate a true picture the telemedicine industry in these regions.

Key Topics Covered:

  • 1. Analyst View
  • 2. Research Methodology
  • 3. Telemedicine: An Introduction
  • 4. Market Drivers & Restraints
  • 5. Telemedicine Process/Services
  • 6. Industry Performance
  • 7. Clinical Applications
  • 8. Recent Industry Activity
  • 9. Industry Players
  • List of Tables
  • List of Charts

Companies Mentioned:

  • McKesson Ltd.
  • Siemens IT Solutions and Services
  • AMD Telemedicine
  • CardioNet Inc.
  • Cerner Corporation
  • GE Healthcare Ltd.
  • Honeywell HomMed LLC
  • Invivo Corp.
  • NightHawk Radiology Services LLC
  • Philips Healthcare
  • SHL TeleMedicine Ltd.
  • Polycom
  • United Therapeutics Corporation

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KEYWORDS:   United States  Europe  Asia Pacific  North America  Japan

INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Technology  Internet  Telecommunications  Practice Management  Health  Hospitals

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