SPOTLIGHT: Mobile telemedicine growth

Wireless and mobile applications and devices will account for 70 percent of a U.S. telemedicine market that's expected to reach $3.6 billion a year by 2014, according to a study from research firm Pike & Fischer. The major wireless telecommunications firms, led by AT&T, Verizon and Sprint Nextel, will capture sizable chunks of this market, the report says. There still should be plenty of room for small, innovative software companies and device manufacturers, though many of these companies will become acquisition targets. Article

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