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ネットワーク接続医療

eHealth

 

出版社 出版年月ファイ ル/CD-ROM価格 ページ数
IDATE
イダテ社
2017年12月Eur2,000
1-5ユーザライセンス (doc+ppt)
39

サマリー

フランスの調査会社イダテ社(IDATE)の調査レポート「ネットワーク接続医療」は、電子医療市場の主要コンポーネントを紹介し、IoT対応医療機器、遠隔医療、遠隔患者モニタリングなど、医療産業における最も関心の高い製品とサービスを紹介している。医療産業の特性はデータの機密性と規制への配慮である。既存の医療大企業や異なる分野からの参入者のイニシアチブと戦略を評価し、競争環境を考慮した各カテゴリーの位置付けも行っている。期待される利点と採用・導入のギャップ、データセキュリティと相互運用性に関連する課題、医療業界の組織の変化、ビジネスモデルについても考察している。医療指向と健康志向の両面からの高齢者対応に関する企業の戦略や市場の課題についても記載している


Summary

This report introduces the key components of the ehealth market and identifies the products and services of most interests in the health industry, including IoT-enabled medical devices, telemedicine and remote patient monitoring. The particular nature of health industries has been considered in regard to data sensitivity and regulation.

It evaluates the initiatives and strategies of players coming from different sectors, particularly facing the strong incumbents (medtech giants). The positioning of each category of players has been also addressed by taking the competitive landscape into account.

Finally, in examining the gaps which lie between promising benefits and what is required for ehealth deployment and adoption, the challenges linked with data security and interoperability, organisational changes within healthcare industries, as well as the business model are analysed.

The ‘silver economy’, encompassing both medical-oriented ehealth solutions and non-medical wellness applications, is also analysed through players’ strategies and market challenges.

Geographic area & Players

World

Actors

Abbott Laboratories
AbbVie
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
AllianceHealth Oklahoma
Allscripts
Alphabet
Amazon
American Medical Association
American Telemedicine Association
American Well
Anthem
Apple
Ascension Health
AT&T
athenahealth
Avera Health
AXA
Baxter
Biogen Inc.
Biovotion
Blue Cross
Blue Shield
Brockton Hospital
Calico
Cardiocom
Cerner
Cleveland Clinic
COCIR
Community Health Systems
Continua Health Alliance
Corventis
Darty
Dexcom
Dignity
Duke University
eDevice
EMC2
Empatica
Epic
ETSI European eHealth Interoperability Framework
European patients - Smart open Services
Facebook
Fitbit Surge
Fnac
Geisinger
Google
Google Capital
Harmonie Mutuelle
Harvard Medical School
HCA
HIMSS
Hitachi Data Systems
Hôpitaux de Toulouse
IBM Watson Health
iGetBetter
Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise
Intermountain
ITU
Jawbone
Jawbone UP3
Johns Hopkins
Johns Hopkins University
Johnson & Johnson
Kaiser Permanente
Lift Labs
Lively
MEDITECH
Medtronic
mHealth Summit
MisFit
MIT
Nike
Nokia
Novartis
Novartis AG
Office of the National Coordinator for Health
Orange
Otsuka Pharmaceutical
Permobil
Personal Connected Health Alliance
Philips
Philips Respironics
Polar
Proteus Digital Health
PwC
Qualcomm Life
Red Cross Spain
Rock Health
Royal Philips
Sage Bionetworks
Salesforce
Samsung Gear S
Sanofi
SAP
Social Wellth
Texas Medical Center
TicTrac
TIMEX
United Nations
Validic
Verily
Vodafone
Vodafone Americas Foundation
Welltok
WHO
Withings
WTO
 

Slideshow

The ehealth market

• Market overview

• Market structure

Player strategies and positioning

• Players’ strategy/ medtech & telemedicine giants

• Players’ strategy/ digital player

• Players’ strategy/ Insurer

• Players’ strategy/ telco

Market estimation and trends

• Market estimation

• Market trends: demographic and societal changes as a driving force of ehealth

• Market trends: growing opportunities arising from the ‘Silver Economy’

• Market trends: key issues to address to accelerate ehealth market growth

• Barriers

 


 

Other details

Reference: M17360MRA

Delivery: on the DigiWorld Interactive platform

Languages available: English

Tags: care, connected medical devices, connected medical systems, connected services, Ehealth, iot, remote monitoring, silver economy, telemedicine



目次

1. Executive Summary

2. Methodology & Scope

2.1. General methodology of IDATE’s reports
2.2. Definition and scope

3. Ehealth markets
 

3.1. Market overview
3.2. Ehealth services
3.2.1. Telemedicine and remote monitoring
3.2.2. Care delivery platform
3.2.3. Personalised care
3.2.4. Other emerging ehealth services
3.3. IoT landscape in healthcare industry
3.3.1. IoT medical devices and medication
3.3.2. Data interoperability issue
3.4. The silver economy
3.4.1. Technological solutions with a mainly medical dimension (ehealth applications)

3.4.2. Non-medical solutions

4. Player strategies
 

4.1. Overview
4.2. Medtech companies and pure players
4.2.1. Royal Philips
4.2.2. Tunstall
4.3. Insurers
4.3.1. AXA Assistance
4.3.2. John Hancock
4.4. Digital players
4.4.1. Apple
4.4.2. Google
4.5. Telcos
4.5.1. Telefónica
4.5.2. Orange Healthcare

5. Market analysis
 

5.1. Key issues for future development
5.1.1. Demographic and societal changes
5.1.2. Regulatory environment
5.1.3. Financing model
5.1.4. Silver economy: a driving force for ehealth adoption
5.1.5. Care supply side evolution
5.2. Market estimation and forecast
5.2.1. Connected medical devices
5.2.2. Connected services

 

List of tables and figures

Tables
Table 1: Medtech and telemedicine players’ strategies in ehealth
Table 2: Main initiatives of Royal Philips in ehealth market
Table 3: Insurers’ strategies in ehealth
Table 4: Digital players’ strategies in ehealth
Table 5: Main initiatives by Google in healthcare market
Table 6: Summary of players’ strategies in ehealth

Figures
Figure 1: Ehealth value chain
Figure 2: IBM Watson Health applications
Figure 3: The Kompai 2 robots
Figure 4: How Abilify MyCite works for mental health tracking
Figure 5: End-to-end interoperability solutions advised by Continua Design Guidelines
Figure 6: PARO, the therapeutic robot
Figure 7: Initiatives by giant players in connected healthcare market
Figure 8: Philips HealthSuite digital platform
Figure 9: Philips DreamStation
Figure 10: Philips EncoreAnywhere
Figure 11: The Philips Medido medication monitoring
Figure 12: Tunstall Smart Hub alarm and pendant
Figure 13: Myclinic telehealth hub and its peripheral connected devices
Figure 14: Tunstall Epilepsy Sensor
Figure 15: How AXA tele-consultation services operate
Figure 16: AXA Health Keeper
Figure 17: Vitality Status levels linked with different saving rates
Figure 18: Nucleus 7 Sound Processor connected to the iPhone
Figure 19: Apps for Clinical trials created through ResearchKit
Figure 20: The Study watch used in Baseline Study
Figure 21: Comparison of classic blood test procedures and accelerated ones with DeepMind Streams
Figure 22: Telefónica main ehealth applications
Figure 23: Telefónica Remote Patient Management description
Figure 24: SMARTVIEW product, from Sorin
Figure 25: Live Intercom developed by Orange and Harmonie Mutuelle
Figure 26: Total expenditure on health as a percentage of the gross domestic product (GDP), WTO, 2017
Figure 27: Who owns medical records?
Figure 28: Share of seniors’ spending in total consumption expenditure of France in 2015, by sector
Figure 29: Median annual cost of long-term health care for seniors in the United States, by type of service
Figure 30: Global installed base of connected healthcare devices 2015-2021
Figure 31: Worldwide revenue of connected healthcare services, 2015-2021

 

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