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This investigation into the opportunities for mobile healthcare provides a concise strategic planning tool for all players wanting to maximise revenues within the mobile healthcare market. This unique ...

This investigation into the opportunities for mobile healthcare provides a concise strategic planning tool for all players wanting to maximise revenues within the mobile healthcare market. This unique report provides five year forecasts for public sector savings attributable to m-Health monitoring, as well the number of health monitoring events per year and service revenue from health monitoring. Other key forecasts include revenue and user forecasts from fitness and healthcare apps as well as the number of users that downloaded lifestyle and healthcare apps. This evaluation of the mobile health sector provides detailed analysis of the remote monitoring sector as well as examining the evolution of smartphone apps and the impact of the app store model on the healthcare industry. Key questions that the report answers:1. How much could the public healthcare sector save through cellular remote monitoring of individuals'2. What does the future hold for mobile healthcare applications'3. Which m-health apps provide the best ROI for players'4. Which operators have the most progressive outlook towards the m-Health sector'5. Which regions will show substantial growth in mobile health monitoring revenues'6. How much will remote monitoring in the mobile health market be worth by 2014'   

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    Mobile Healthcare Opportunities: Monitoring, Applications & mHealth Strategies 2010-2014 Mobile Healthcare Opportunities: Monitoring, Applications & mHealth Strategies 2010-2014 Document Transcript

    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Mobile Healthcare Opportunities: Monitoring, Applications &mHealth Strategies 2010-2014Published on April 2010 Report SummaryThis investigation into the opportunities for mobile healthcare provides a concise strategic planning tool for all players wanting tomaximise revenues within the mobile healthcare market.This unique report provides five year forecasts for public sector savings attributable to m-Health monitoring, as well the number ofhealth monitoring events per year and service revenue from health monitoring. Other key forecasts include revenue and userforecasts from fitness and healthcare apps as well as the number of users that downloaded lifestyle and healthcare apps.This evaluation of the mobile health sector provides detailed analysis of the remote monitoring sector as well as examining theevolution of smartphone apps and the impact of the app store model on the healthcare industry.Key questions that the report answers:1. How much could the public healthcare sector save through cellular remote monitoring of individuals2. What does the future hold for mobile healthcare applications3. Which m-health apps provide the best ROI for players4. Which operators have the most progressive outlook towards the m-Health sector5. Which regions will show substantial growth in mobile health monitoring revenues6. How much will remote monitoring in the mobile health market be worth by 2014 Table of ContentExecutive SummaryES1 IntroductionES2 Worldwide Health Systems TodayES3 Developments in HealthcareES4 mHealth ForecastsES5 Conclusion1. The Worldwide Health Industry1.1 Introduction1.1 Healthcare System Background and Structure1.2 Implications for mHealthMobile Healthcare Opportunities: Monitoring, Applications & mHealth Strategies 2010-2014 Page 1/7
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics1.2 Worldwide Health Systems Today1.2.1 Worldwide Health EmploymentFigure 1.1: Distribution of Health Workers WorldwideTable 1.1: Americas and Sub-Saharan Africa Compared1.2.2 Implications for mHealthTable 1.2: Which Applications will be Used Where Americas and Sub-Saharan Africa Compared1.2.3 Aging Populations Worldwide1.2.4 Impact on the Healthcare Sector1.2.5 Increase in Chronic DiseasesFigure 1.2: Prevalence of Diabetes Across OECD Countries (adults aged 20-79 years, 2010)1.3 Developments in Healthcare1.4 The Digitisation of Healthcare Records1.4.1 Personal Healthcare Recordsi. BlueCrossii. Microsoft HealthVaultiii. Google Healthiv. Dossiav. Tolven1.5 Conclusion2. mHealth Market Structure2.1 Introduction2.2 mHealth Definitions2.3 The mHealth Story to Date2.4 Developments in Healthcare2.4.1 Hype or New Dawn2.4.2 Operator, Handset Manufacturer and Venture Capital Initiatives2.4.2 The Smartphone App - New Route to MarketFigure 2.1: mHealth Possibilities iPhone Connecting to LifeScan Glucose Meter2.4.3 A Tale of Two Markets2.4.4 M-Healths Role in Developed and Developing Markets2.4.5 eHealth2.5 mHealth Current Status2.5.1Channels to MarketTable: 2.1 Route to Market for Varying mHealth Applications2.6 mHealth Technologies2.6.1 mHealth Applications2.6.2 Advanced Mobile Apps2.6.3 The Role of Short Range Wireless Technologies in mHealthi. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and ZigBee2.7 The Use of Cellular for mHealth2.7.1 2G Technologies2.7.2 3G Technologies2.7.3 LTE2.8 Conclusion3. mHealth Use Cases, Drivers and Inhibitors3.1 IntroductionMobile Healthcare Opportunities: Monitoring, Applications & mHealth Strategies 2010-2014 Page 2/7
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics3.1.1 mHealth ServicesFigure 3.1: mHealth Use Cases and Their Ability to Reduce Healthcare CostsFigure 3.2: Implementation Cost Versus Potential Return on Investment, Selected mHealth Use Cases3.2 mHealth Use Cases3.2.1 Educational and Information Services Using SMS3.2.2 Voxivas Health Message Services3.2.3 Remote Consultationsi. Telenor Tele Doctorii. Grameenphones HealthLine3.2.4 SMS Based Appointment Remindersi. Kaiser Permanente3.2.5 Accessing Patient Records Using The Mobile Device3.2.6 Health Monitoring Using Short Range Wireless Technologies3.2.7 Health Monitoring Using Mobile Technologies3.3 Drivers and Inhibitors3.3.1 Drivers3.3.2 Inhibitors3.4 Current Trends3.5 Recommendations3.5.1 Cost Savings3.5.2 mHealths Role in Reducing UK Healthcare Costs3.6 Conclusion4. Remote Monitoring in the Healthcare Sector4.1 Introduction4.1.1 Mobile Monitoring Market Evolution4.1.1 The Use of M2M Technologies4.2 Remote Monitoring SystemsFigure 4.1: Sensor Applications in the Health Sector4.2.1 Monitoring Use Casesi. Glucose Meterii. Oximeteriii. ECG (Electrocardiograph)iv. Social Alarm Devices4.3 ROI (Return on Investment)4.4 Mobile Monitoring Current Status4.5 Mobile Monitoring MethodologyFigure 4.2: M2M Healthcare Monitoring MethodologyFigure 4.3: Number of Individuals (m) That Would Benefit from Mobile Health Monitoring Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Table 4.1: Number of Individuals (m) That Would Benefit from Mobile Health Monitoring Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Table 4.2: Percentage of Individuals Using Mobile Health Monitoring Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Figure 4.4: Number of Individuals (m) using Mobile Health Monitoring per Year Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Table 4.3: Number of Individuals (m) using Mobile Health Monitoring per Year Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Figure 4.5: Number of Mobile Health Monitoring Events per Year (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Table 4.4: Number of Mobile Health Monitoring Events per Year (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Figure 4.6: Service Revenues from Mobile Health Monitoring ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Table 4.5: Service Revenues from Health Monitoring ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009- 20144.6.1 Health Cost Savings Attributable to Mobile MonitoringTable 4.6: Cost to the Health Service of a Single Hospital Bed per Day ($) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Mobile Healthcare Opportunities: Monitoring, Applications & mHealth Strategies 2010-2014 Page 3/7
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market StatisticsFigure 4.7: Cost Savings MethodologyTable 4.7: Monitoring Cost per Individual ($) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-20144.7 Scenario Based Cost Savings4.7.1 Scenario 1: BaseFigure 4.8: Savings ($m) Attributable to Mobile Health Monitoring (Base Scenario) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Table 4.8: Savings ($m) Attributable to Mobile Health Monitoring (Base Scenario) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-20144.7.2 Scenario 2: OptimisticFigure 4.9: Savings ($m) Attributable to Mobile Health Monitoring (Optimistic Scenario) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Table 4.9: Savings ($m) Attributable to Mobile Health Monitoring (Optimistic Scenario) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-20144.8 Conclusion5. Mobile Health and the Smartphone App5.1 Introduction5.2 The Rise of The mHealth Application5.2.1 A Brief History of the Mobile App5.2.2 The iPhone and The App Store5.2.3 The Impact of the App Store5.2.4 Medical Applications5.3 The Smartphone App5.3.1 New Route to Market5.3.2 The Role of the Third Party Sensor5.3.3 Future iPhone Applications5.4 Mobile Applications Forecasts5.4.1 Apps Forecast MethodologyFigure 5.1: Apps Forecast Methodology, Revenues from Downloads5.4.2 Mobile Users Downloading Lifestyle & Healthcare AppsTable 5.1: Mobile Users (%) That Downloaded Lifestyle and Healthcare Applications, Regional Forecasts Split by 8 Key Regions2009-2014Figure 5.2: Number of Mobile Users (m) that Downloaded Lifestyle and Healthcare Applications Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Table 5.2: Number of Mobile Users (m) that Downloaded Lifestyle and Healthcare Applications Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-20145.4.3 Fitness & Healthcare Applications Downloadedi. Percentage of Apps DownloadedTable 5.3: Percentage of Lifestyle and Healthcare Applications that are Fitness and Healthcare Applications Split by 8 Key Regions2009-2014ii. Number of Subscribers DownloadingFigure 5.3: Number of Mobile Subscribers (m) that Downloaded Fitness and Healthcare Applications Split by 8 Key Regions2009-2014Table 5.4: Number of Mobile Subscribers (m) that Downloaded Fitness and Healthcare Applications Split by 8 Key Regions2009-2014iii. Fitness & Healthcare App Download RevenuesTable 5.5: $ Price per Downloaded Fitness and Healthcare Applications Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Figure 5.4: Revenues (m) from Fitness and Healthcare Downloads Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Table 5.6: Revenues (m) from Fitness and Healthcare Downloads Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-20145.5 Content Subscription Forecasts5.5.1 MethodologyFigure 5.5: Methodology for Subscription Revenues, Fitness and Healthcare5.5.2 Number of Content SubscriptionsFigure 5.6: Total Number of Content Subscriptions (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Table 5.7: Total Number of Content Subscriptions (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014 65Mobile Healthcare Opportunities: Monitoring, Applications & mHealth Strategies 2010-2014 Page 4/7
    • Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics5.5.3 Revenues from Content SubscriptionsFigure 5.7: Revenues from Content Subscriptions ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Table 5.8: Revenues from Content Subscriptions ($m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-20145.6 Total Revenue from Fitness & Health AppsFigure 5.8: Total Revenues from Fitness and Health Apps ($) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Table 5.9: Total Revenues from Fitness and Health Apps ($) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009- 20145.7 Advanced Fitness and Healthcare ApplicationsTable 5.10: Percentage of Fitness and Health Apps with an External Monitoring Device Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Figure 5.9: Number of Fitness and Health Apps Downloaded with an External Monitoring Device (m) Split by 8 Key Regions2009-2014Table 5.11: Number of Fitness and Health Apps with an External Monitoring Device (m) Split by 8 Key Regions 2009-2014Figure 5.10: Revenues Attributable to Fitness and Health Apps Downloaded with an External Monitoring Device (m) Split by 8 KeyRegions 2009-2014Table 5.12: Revenues Attributable to Fitness and Health Apps with an External Monitoring Device (m) Split by 8 Key Regions2009-20145.8 Conclusion6. Profiles and Interviews6.1 Vodafone6.1.1 Strategic Focus6.1.2 CSR6.2 mHealth Alliance6.3 EpiSurveyor6.4 QualcommFigure 6.1: Health Care Band Aid6.5 France Telecom6.6 O²6.7 Research In Motion6.8 Epocrates6.9 Continua Health Alliance6.10 MedAppsFigure 6.2: MedApps Remote Health Monitoring System at a Glance6.10.1 Service Structure6.11 CardioNet6.11.1 How Mobile ECG Monitoring Works6.12 LifeWatch6.12.1 Home Sleep Testing MarketGlossaryMobile Healthcare Opportunities: Monitoring, Applications & mHealth Strategies 2010-2014 Page 5/7
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