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  • 1.    Get more info on this report!Remote & Wireless Patient Monitoring MarketsMay 1, 2010Patient monitoring systems are emerging in response to increased healthcare needs ofan aging population, new wireless technologies, better video and monitoringtechnologies, decreasing healthcare resources, an emphasis on reducing hospital days,and proven cost-effectiveness.Of these new high-tech patient monitoring systems, nearly all focus on some form ofwireless or remote patient monitoring. Advances in remote patient monitoring includenew peripherals, real-time audio and video for “face-to-face” interaction betweenclinicians and patients, wireless communication, systems that “sort” the vast amount ofdata collected in order to put it into the context of a patient’s condition, portable andambulatory monitors, web-based access to the patient record, systems that transferdata to an electronic medical record (EMR), and full-service outsourcing that includes aclinician to evaluate data and send a report to the attending physician.This Kalorama Information report, Remote & Wireless Patient Monitoring Marketscovers three product areas: wireless and remote patient monitors, patient dataprocessing applications and equipment, and EMR data transfer equipment andapplications, which coordinate the flow of data to hospital electronic medical recordsystem. Wireless and remote technologies include all patient monitoring that transmitdata either within an institution via wireless or intranet, and all technologies that monitora patient and forward the data to another party or application. There are four primarymarkets for these new technologies, which are as follows: • Hospitals; • Home healthcare; • Nursing homes; and • Other (including first responders, institutional, physician offices, and military)This report breaks out the market for high tech remote and wireless patient monitoringsystems by these usage areas. But the report also by disase category for the following
  • 2. areas: • Asthma • COPD • CHF • CHD • Diabetes • OtherPatient data processing applications and equipment use algorithms to evaluatemonitoring measurements for a patient’s specific condition(s). Usually, these can becustomized by the physician, with reports sent to the physician. In the market for high-tech patient monitoring systems, the applications and equipment are either integratedinto the patient monitoring system or are add-ons to the measuring systems. As withdata processing, EMR data transfer equipment and applications for this report are eithercomponents of, or add-ons to, patient monitoring systems. This report does not includeEMR applications. In general, the applications in this segment transfer data to third-party EMRs.Most players in the market are discussed as part of Kaloramas competitive analysis ofthe remote patient monitoring market. As part of our coverage of the marketplace forremote and wireless systems, the followiing companies are profiled in detail in thisreport: • Abbott Laboratories, Inc • Aerotel Medical Systems • GE Healthcare • Honeywell HomMed LLC • Intel Corporation • Philips Medical Systems • Roche Diagnostics CorporationThis report was constructed using both a primary and secondary research approach.Annual reports, trade publications and other sources were thoroughly researched, butinterviews were conducted among industry executives were used to make assessmentsof markets and to discover trends and construct forecasts.In addition to being a resource for major pharmaceutical, diagnostic and healthcare ITcompanies, Kalorama Information has been utilized by: The Economist, The New YorkTimes, The Wall Street Journal, Health and Imaging IT Magazine, Fierce EMR, andmany other publications for reporting on markets.
  • 3. Table of Contents TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY • Introduction • Scope and Methodology • Products • Issues and Trends • Size and Growth of the Market • Leading Competitors • ForecastCHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTION Overview Aging of the Population New Technologies • Wireless Technologies • Remote Monitoring • Telemedicine • Applications to Sort Data by Disease State • EMR (EHR) Data Transfer Applications and Equipment Proven Cost Effectiveness Barriers to Use of New Technologies in Patient Monitoring ForecastsCHAPTER THREE: PRODUCTS • Overview • Offerings o Abbott o American Medical Development (AMD) Telemedicine Products o American TeleCare o Cardiocom o Carematix o Cybernet Medical Corporation o Drager Medical o GE Healthcare
  • 4. o Global Media o Honeywell HomMed o iMetrikus o InTouch Health o LifeWatch Technologies o MedApps o Medtronic o Philips Medical Systems o Roche o St. Jude Medical o Second Opinion Software o Viterion TeleHealthcare o Welch Allyn o WebVMCCHAPTER FOUR: ISSUES AND TRENDS • Introduction • Issues and Trends Driving the Market o Aging of the Population o New Wireless Technologies o Decreasing Healthcare Resources o Emphasis on Reducing Hospital Days o Nursing Shortage o Cost Effectiveness • Issues and Trends in Patient Monitoring Technologies o Audio and Video o Algorithms to “Sort” Data or Trigger Alarms o Off-site Access to Data o Full-service Outsourcing o Data Management and the Electronic Medical Record o Turnkey Systems o Disease Management Kits o HIPAA o System CompatibilityCHAPTER FIVE: TOTAL MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST • Overview • Disease States o Asthma o COPD o CHF o CHD o Diabetes
  • 5. • Total Market Size and Forecast • Technologies o Wireless and Remote Patient Monitors o Patient Data Processing Applications and Equipment o Equipment and Applications to Transfer Data to EMRs • End-User Markets o Hospitals o Home Healthcare o Nursing Homes o Other • Disease States o Asthma o COPD o CHF o CHD o Diabetes o OtherCHAPTER SIX: CORPORATE PROFILES • Introduction • Abbott Laboratories, Inc • GE Healthcare • Honeywell HomMed LLC • Medtronic, Inc. • Philips Medical Systems • Roche Diagnostics CorporationAPPENDIX A: REGULATORY AUTHORITIES AND ORGANIZATIONSAPPENDIX B: LIST OF COMPANIES LIST OF EXHIBITSCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY • Table 1-1: The U.S. Market for High-Tech Patient Monitoring Systems 2007-2014 • Figure 1-1: The U.S. Market for High-Tech Patient Monitoring Systems 2007-2014CHAPTER THREE PRODUCTS • Table 3-1: Select Patient Monitoring Systems • Table 3-2: Select Patient Monitoring Systems January 2008CHAPTER FOUR: ISSUES AND TRENDS
  • 6. • Table 4-1: Projected Population of the United States, by Age: 2000 to 2050 • Figure 4-1: Population Aged 65 and Over, and 85 and Over 2000 to 2050 • Figure 4-2: Percent of Population Aged 65 and Over, and 85 and Over 2000 to 2050 • Table 4-2: Resident Population Projections: 2007 to 2050, July 1 • Table 4-3: National Health Expenditure Amounts, by Type of Expenditure: Calendar Years 2001-2015 • Table 4-4: Per Capita Healthcare Expenditures, 2001-2015 • Table 4-5: Percent of Office-based Physicians Using EMRs (EHRs), by Number of Physicians in Practice, 2006 • Figure 4-2: Percent of Office-based Physicians Using EMRs, by Number of Physicians in Practice, 2006 • Table 4-6: Percent of Office-based Physicians Using EMRs, 2001-2006 Figure 4-3: Percent of Office- based Physicians Using EMRs, 2001-2006 • Table 4-7: Percent of Medical Practices Using EMRs, by Selected Years: 2003-2006 • Figure 4-4: Percent of Medical Practices Using EMRs, by Selected Years: 2003-2006 • Table 4-8: Percentage of Office-based Physicians Reporting Fully or Partially Electronic EMR Systems: United States, 2006 • Table 4-8: Use of Electronic Medical Records by Location Characteristics of Office-based Physicians: United States, 2006CHAPTER FIVE: TOTAL MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST • Table 5-1: U.S. Prevalence of Asthma, COPD, CHF, CHD, and Diabetes 2007 and 2012 • Figure 5-1: U.S. Prevalence of Asthma, COPD, CHF, CHD, and Diabetes 2007 and 2012 • Table 5-2: U.S. Prevalence of Asthma, COPD, CHF, CHD, and Diabetes Among Americans Aged 65 and Over 2007 and 2012 • Figure 5-2: U.S. Prevalence of Asthma, COPD, CHF, CHD, and Diabetes Among Americans Aged 65 and Over 2007 and 2012 • Table 5-3: U.S. Direct and Indirect Morbidity Costs of Asthma, COPD, CHF, CHD, and Diabetes 2007 • Figure 5-3: U.S. Direct and Indirect Morbidity Costs of Asthma, COPD, CHF, CHD, and Diabetes 2007 • Figure 5-4: Percent Distribution of U.S. Direct Costs of Asthma, COPD, CHF, CHD, and Diabetes 2007 • Table 5-4: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring 2007-2014 • Figure 5-5: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring 2007-2014 • Table 5-5: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring, by Technology Type (Wireless, Data Processing, EMR Data Transfer) 2007-2014 • Figure 5-6: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring, by Technology Type 2007-2014 • Figure 5-7: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring, by Technology Type 2007 • Figure 5-8: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring, by Technology Type 2012 • Table 5-6: The U.S. Market for Wireless and Remote Patient Monitoring Technologies 2007-2014 • Figure 5-9: The U.S. Market for Wireless and Remote Patient Monitoring Technologies 2007-2014 • Table 5-7: The U.S. Market for Patient Data Processing Applications and Equipment 2007-2014 • Figure 5-10: The U.S. Market for Patient Data Processing Applications and Equipment 2007-2014 • Table 5-8: The U.S. Market for EMR Data Transfer Equipment and Applications 2007-2014 • Figure 5-11: The U.S. Market for EMR Data Transfer Applications and Equipment 2007-2014 • Table 5-9: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring, by End User (Hospitals, Home Healthcare, Nursing Homes, Other) 2007-2014
  • 7. • Figure 5-12: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring, by End User Type (Hospitals, Home Healthcare, Nursing Homes, Other) 2007-2014 • Figure 5-13: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring, by End User Type (Hospitals, Home Healthcare, Nursing Homes, Other) 2007 • Figure 5-13: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring, by End User Type (Hospitals, Home Healthcare, Nursing Homes, Other) 2012 • Table 5-10: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring in Hospitals 2007-2014 • Figure 5-13: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring in Hospitals 2007-2014 • Table 5-11: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring in Home Healthcare 2007-2014 • Figure 5-14: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring in Home Healthcare 2007- 2014 • Table 5-12: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring in Nursing Homes 2007-2014 • Figure 5-15: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring in Nursing Homes 2007-2014 • Table 5-13: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring in Other End Uses 2007-2014 • Figure 5-16: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring in Other End Uses 2007-2014 • Table 5-14: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring, by Disease State 2007-2014 (Asthma, COPD, CHF, CHD, Diabetes, Other) • Figure 5-17: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring, by Disease State (Asthma, COPD, CHF, CHD, Diabetes, Other) 2007-2014 • Figure 5-18: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring, by Disease State (Asthma, COPD, CHF, CHD, Diabetes, Other) 2007 • Figure 5-19: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring, by Disease State (Asthma, COPD, CHF, CHD, Diabetes, Other) 2012 • Table 5-15: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring Asthma 2007-2014 • Figure 5-20: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring of Asthma 2007-2014 • Table 5-16: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring of COPD 2007-2014 • Figure 5-21: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring of COPD 2007-2014 Table 5- 17: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring of CHF 2007-2014 • Figure 5-22: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring CHF 2007-2014 • Table 5-18: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring of CHD 2007-2014 • Figure 5-23: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring of CHD 2007-2014 • Table 5-19: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring of Diabetes 2007-2014 • Figure 5-24: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring of Diabetes 2007-2014 • Table 5-20: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring of Other Conditions 2007-2014 • Figure 5-25: The U.S. Market for New Technologies in Patient Monitoring of Other Conditions 2007-2014CHAPTER SIX: CORPORATE PROFILES • Table 6-1 Other Companies and Products Available immediately for Online Download at http://www.marketresearch.com/product/display.asp?productid= 2645944 
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