Daikin Integration to BACnet, Modbus, KNX, WIFI, Mobile Apps
Telehealth Vendors Expand mHealth Portfolio to Conquer New Growth Opportunities
Specialties such as Telebehavioral
Health, Teledermatology and Medical-grade Activity Tracking will
present the strongest adoption, finds Frost & Sullivan’s
Transformational Health team
Santa Clara, Calif. – April 19, 2017 – Telehealth will become a mainstream health option in the United States (U.S.) within five to seven years. While remote patient monitoring and personal emergency response systems (PERS) solutions have been available for many years, the telehealth market is still in an early stage of development. Rapid advances in communication technologies, coupled with regulatory pressure to improve outcomes, reduce readmissions, and lower costs, are now re-energizing telehealth market penetration.
Growth Opportunities in the US Telehealth Market, Forecast to 2021, a new analysis from Frost & Sullivan’s Connected Health Growth Partnership Service program, defines 18 growth opportunities in the US telehealth market. It ranks segments in terms of potential growth and impact on stakeholders over the next few years. This analysis also examines strategic imperatives gathered from a mix of large and smaller industry participants.
“The U.S. telehealth market is not without challenges; the most notable one being the need for highly visible peer-reviewed proof of concept based on improved outcomes across a large number of patients,” noted Camlek. “Telehealth practitioners will also benefit by developing a mix of value propositions that provide measurable benefits to all stakeholders, including patients, caregivers, providers, and payers.”
Innovators accelerating growth and shaping the future of the U.S. telehealth market include:
opportunity will be associated with the mHealth segment,” added Camlek.
“In addition to stimulating service through a large array of devices,
and thousands of health-related apps, mHealth offers many enabling
capabilities across all segments and sub-segments, including
connectivity and secure data transport.”
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