World Mobile Healthcare (mHealth) Market 2013-2018

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For more information on this report please contact ediz.ibrahim@visiongain.com (+44 (0)20 7549 9976) or refer to our website......

For more information on this report please contact ediz.ibrahim@visiongain.com (+44 (0)20 7549 9976) or refer to our website http://www.visiongain.com/Report/1038/World-Mobile-Healthcare-(mHealth)-Market-2013-2018

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  • 1. Page 47www.visiongain.comWorld Mobile Healthcare (mHealth) Market 2013-2018:eHealth, Telemedicine & Health informatics3.2.2.4 Global mHealth Revenue Forecast for Healthcare Providers2013-2018We expect the global mHealth revenues for healthcare providers will reach $0.2 billion in 2013,growing with an AGR of 50% to reach $0.3 billion in 2014. In 2015 we expect revenues of $0.4billion, growing with an AGR of 50% to reach $0.6 billion in 2016. In 2017 we expect revenues of$1 billion, growing with an AGR of 70% to reach $1.7 billion in 2018. The CAGR for the 2013-2018forecast period will be 53.2%. See Chart 3.17 and Table 3.18 below for a detailed summary ofthese figures.Source: visiongain, 20132013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 CAGRRevenues inBillions$0.2 $0.3 $0.4 $0.6 $1.0 $1.753.2%AGR - 50.0% 33.3% 50.0% 66.7% 70.0%Source: visiongain, 2013Chart 3.17: Global mHealth Revenue Forecast for Healthcare Providers 2013-2018($ Billions, AGR %)Table 3.18: Global mHealth Revenue Forecast for Healthcare Providers 2013-2018($ Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)
  • 2. Page 55www.visiongain.comWorld Mobile Healthcare (mHealth) Market 2013-2018:eHealth, Telemedicine & Health informatics3.4.3 Global mHealth Revenues from Healthcare System Processes2013-2018We believe that global mHealth revenues from healthcare system processes will reach $0.17 billionin 2013, growing with an AGR of 64.7% to reach $0.28 billion in 2014. In 2015 we expect revenuesof $0.45, growing with an AGR of 77.8% to reach $0.80 billion in 2016. In 2017 we expectrevenues of $1.38 billion growing with an AGR of 62.3% to reach $2.24 billion in 2018. The CAGRfor the 2013-2018 forecast period will be 67.5%. See Chart 3.30 and Table 3.31 below for adetailed summary of these figures.Source: visiongain, 20132013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 CAGRRevenues inBillions$0.17 $0.28 $0.45 $0.80 $1.38 $2.2467.5%AGR - 64.7% 60.7% 77.8% 72.5% 62.3%Source: visiongain, 2013Chart 3.30: Global mHealth Revenues from Healthcare System Processes 2013-2018 ($ Billions, AGR %)Table 3.31: Global mHealth Revenues from Healthcare System Processes 2013-2018 ($ Billions, AGR %, CAGR %)
  • 3. Page 110www.visiongain.comWorld Mobile Healthcare (mHealth) Market 2013-2018:eHealth, Telemedicine & Health informatics5. Leading Companies in the mHealth Space5.1 AliveCorAliveCor are an American company based in San Francisco California. They have developed andmanufactured an iPhone add-on device for monitoring heart rates, called the AliveCor HeartMonitor. See Table 5.1 for a summary of key information on AliveCor.Headquarters San Francisco, California, U.S.Website www.alivecor.comSource: visiongain, 20135.1.1 AliveCor Heart Monitor USPsSee Table 5.2 below for a detailed summary of the devices use and benefits.Feature BenefitEase of UseThis Class II medical device snaps onto the users’ iPhone likea protective case and wirelessly communicates with the appon their phone. To generate a Lead I ECG, the user must restthe electrodes on their fingers from each hand. The appsenses skin contact on the sensors and when an acceptableconnection is made it counts down to initiate the ECGrecording.Clinical AccuracyAliveCor state that in clinical trials the heart monitordemonstrated clinical efficacy.Power and PortabilityThe Heart Monitor does not use power from the iPhone, bututilizes a 3.0V coin cell battery that will take up to roughly10,000, 30-second ECGs before needing replacement. TheHeart Monitor also uses AliveCor’s proprietary wirelesscommunication protocol to communicate with the app, andrequires no pairing between the iPhone and the HeartMonitor.Cost Effectiveness The device is priced at $199.Source: AliveCor, visiongain, 2013Table 5.2: AliveCor’s Heart Monitor USPs (Feature, Benefit)Table 5.1: AliveCor Company Information (HQ, Website)
  • 4. Page 135www.visiongain.comWorld Mobile Healthcare (mHealth) Market 2013-2018:eHealth, Telemedicine & Health informatics7. Expert Opinion7.1 Interview with Justin Sims CEO of VoxivaWhat follows below is an exclusive interview that visiongain conducted with Justin Sims CEO ofVoxiva in Q2 2013.7.1.1 Voxiva’s Market Standing and Current OfferingsVisiongain: Can you give us a brief introduction to what services and offerings Voxivaprovides in the mHealth field?Justin Sims: We see Voxiva not as a mobile health company but as a digital health company.Some of our services are provided directly to consumers, and others are provided to ourcustomers who then provide our services to consumers.Our customers include health insurance companies, health care providers and the government(with their health care delivery responsibilities). We’ve also have both direct and indirect channelsfor getting our products into the hands of consumers. For example we offer a service calledText4Baby directly to the public. We believe this is now the largest consumer focussed mobilehealth services anywhere in the world and have now enrolled over 500, 000 people in the service.We also offer a smoking cessation program, text2quit, but it’s not available directly to the public,instead we offer that to health insurance companies, employers and state health departments, whopay us or our channels for the services then offer the program to their members of populations.Our services include text4baby, for maternal health, text4kids, for childhood health, text4health forpreventative health and wellness, care4life, for diabetes, text2quit, for smoking cessation andfinally connect4health is a bundle offering of three services, that we provide to health insurancecompanies to support their member communications efforts.text4baby is our best known program, because of its size and scale and reach, and we run this inpartnership with the National Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies. We are able to provide it free ofcharge to members of the public thanks to a grant from Johnson and Johnson and the support ofthe mobile phone industry that is providing the text messages free of charge to us and users. In theU.S. text4baby been part of a huge public/private partnership. The government has reviewed andendorsed the program, even though they don’t directly fund it. We have over 100 health insurancecompanies that promote it to their members and almost all states health departments. We had