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This Kalorama Information report, Remote & Wireless Patient Monitoring Markets covers three product areas: wireless and remote patient monitors, patient data processing applications and equipment, and …

This Kalorama Information report, Remote & Wireless Patient Monitoring Markets covers three product areas: wireless and remote patient monitors, patient data processing applications and equipment, and EMR data transfer equipment and applications, which coordinate the flow of data to hospital electronic medical record system. Data is provided for the US market in 2010 and forecasted to 2015.

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  • 1. Remote and Wireless Patient Monitoring MarketsPublished: August 2011No. of Pages: 167Price: $ 3995Advanced patient monitoring systems that provide wireless or remote patient monitoring toshare data outside the immediate patient care area continue to see sales growth. Featureson these devices can range from basic remote tracking ability to “face-to-face” interactionbetween clinicians and patients or even data sorting of the vast amount of data collected inorder to put it into the context of a patient’s condition. Many systems now transfer data toan electronic medical record (EMR), and some come with full-service outsourcing.This Kalorama Information report, Remote & Wireless Patient Monitoring Markets coversthree product areas: wireless and remote patient monitors, patient data processingapplications and equipment, and EMR data transfer equipment and applications, whichcoordinate the flow of data to hospital electronic medical record system. Data is provided forthe US market in 2010 and forecasted to 2015.Browse All: Semiconductor Market ResearchMany companies have entered this growing field. Among the offerings discussed in thereport are the following: Abbott American Medical Development (AMD) Telemedicine Products American TeleCare Cardiocom Carematix Cybernet Medical Corporation Drager Medical GE Healthcare GlobalMedia Group Honeywell HomMed
  • 2.  Intel InTouch Health LifeWatch Technologies MedApps Medtronic Philips Medical Systems Roche St. Jude Medical Second Opinion Telemedicine Solutions, Inc. Welch AllynThere are four primary markets for these new technologies, which are as follows: Hospitals; Home healthcare; Nursing homes; and Other (including first responders, institutional, physician offices, and military)In addition to providing market sizes by venue serviced, the report also breaks out themarket for remote and wireless patient monitoring based on the disease category beingmonitored by these devices for the following categories: Asthma Monitoring COPD Monitoring CHF Monitoring CHD Monitoring Cancer Monitoring Diabetes Monitoring Other Disease MonitoringPatient data processing applications and equipment use algorithms to evaluate monitoringmeasurements for a patient’s specific condition(s). Usually, these can be customized bythe physician, with reports sent to the physician. In the market for high-tech patientmonitoring systems, the applications and equipment are either integrated into the patientmonitoring system or are add-ons to the measuring systems. As with data processing,EMR data transfer equipment and applications for this report are either components of, oradd-ons to, patient monitoring systems. This report does not include EMR applications.Most players in the market are discussed as part of Kaloramas competitive analysis of theremote patient monitoring market. As part of our coverage of the marketplace for remoteand wireless systems, several major manufacturers are profiled in detail in this report Thisreport was constructed using both a primary and secondary research approach. Annual
  • 3. reports, trade publications and other sources were thoroughly researched, but interviewswere conducted among industry executives were used to make assessments of marketsand to discover trends and construct forecasts.TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARYIntroductionScope and MethodologyProduct SegmentsProduct DetailsEnd-UsersHospitalsHome HealthNursing HomesOther MarketsIssues and TrendsSize and Growth of the MarketCompetitorsForecastCHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTIONOverviewAging of the PopulationAging Population in the United StatesPopulation StatisticsWorld PopulationU.S. DemographicsProven Cost EffectivenessEconomic TrendsU.S. Healthcare MarketU.S. Healthcare ChallengesBarriers to Use of New Technologies in Patient MonitoringForecastCHAPTER THREE: PRODUCTSOverviewNew TechnologiesWireless TechnologiesRemote MonitoringTelemedicineApplications to Sort Data by Disease StateEMR (EHR) Data Transfer Applications and EquipmentEstablished Product Segments with Improved TechnologiesMultiparameter Monitoring DevicesBlood Pressure MonitorsPulse OximetersECG/EKGUltrasound
  • 4. Fetal Heart MonitorsDiabetes MonitorsProthrombin Time MonitorsOfferingsAbbottAmerican Medical Development (AMD) Telemedicine ProductsAmerican TeleCareCardiocomCarematixCybernet Medical CorporationDrager MedicalGE HealthcareGlobalMedia GroupHoneywell HomMedIntelInTouch HealthLifeWatch TechnologiesMedAppsMedtronicPhilips Medical SystemsRocheSt. Jude MedicalSecond Opinion Telemedicine Solutions, Inc.Welch AllynOthersNew Monitoring DevelopmentMedStar Chemotherapy MonitoringCHAPTER FOUR: ISSUES AND TRENDSIntroductionIssues and Trends Driving the MarketAging of the PopulationNew wireless TechnologiesWireless Monitoring Case StudyHealth Information Technology and American Investment and Recovery Act of 2009(ARRA)Industry AlliancesFDA- Draft Guidance for Industry and Food and Drug Administration Staff - Mobile MedicalApplicationsMedicine At Work ConceptHealthcare Efficiency/InefficiencyCapacity ConstraintsEmphasis on Reducing Hospital DaysDecreasing Healthcare ResourcesNursing ShortageCost EffectivenesseICUeICU Case StudyOpportunities in TeleHealth/TeleMedicine
  • 5. Issues and Trends in Patient Monitoring TechnologiesAudio and VideoAlgorithms to “Sort” Data or Trigger AlarmsOff-site Access to DataFull-service OutsourcingConverged wireless NetworksData Management and the Electronic Medical RecordTurnkey SystemsDisease Management KitsHIPAASystem CompatibilityInternational Patient MonitoringCHAPTER FIVE: TOTAL MARKET SIZE AND FORECASTOverviewTotal Market Size and ForecastTechnologiesWireless and Remote Patient MonitorsPatient Data Processing Applications and EquipmentEquipment and Applications to Transfer Data to EMRsEnd-User MarketsHospitalsHome HealthcareNursing HomesOtherDisease StatesAsthmaCancerCOPDCHFCHDDiabetesOtherMarket Drivers and InhibitorsGrowth DriversGrowth InhibitorsEmerging TrendsCHAPTER SIX: CORPORATE PROFILESIntroductionAbbott Laboratories, IncAerotel Medical SystemsDraeger Medical, Inc.GE HealthcareHoneywell HomMed LLCIntel CorporationLifeWatch AGMedtronic, Inc.
  • 6. Philips HealthcareSt. Jude MedicalLIST OF EXHIBITSCHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARYTable 1-1 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring Systems 2008-2015Compound Annual Growth RateFigure 1-1 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring Systems 2008-2015CHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTIONTable 2-1 Estimated World Population by Age and Geographical Region, 2010Figure 2-1 Estimated World Population by Age and Geographical Region, 2010Table 2-2 The U.S. Population, 1980-2020Figure 2-2 The U.S. Population, 1980-2020Table 2-3 Total Healthcare Expenditures as a Percent of GDP by Country 1990, 2000 and2007Figure 2-3 Total Healthcare Expenditures as a Percent of GDP by Country 1990, 2000, and2007Table 2-4 National Healthcare Expenditures in the United States 1960-2015Figure 2-4 Healthcare Spending as a Percent of GDP in the United StatesFigure 2-5 Barriers to Implementing IT, 2005-2008CHAPTER THREE: PRODUCTSTable 3-1 Select Patient Monitoring Systems June 2011Table 3-1 (continued) Select Patient Monitoring Systems June 2011Table 3-1 (continued) Select Patient Monitoring Systems June 2011Table 3-1 (continued) Select Patient Monitoring Systems June 2011Table 3-1 (continued) Select Patient Monitoring Systems June 2011CHAPTER FOUR: ISSUES AND TRENDSTable 4-1 International Population Trend Age 65+ p>able 4-2 United States Population Trend Age 65+ p>igure 4-3 Percent of U.S. Hospitals Reporting ED Capacity Issues by Type of Hospital,Current Survey March 2010Figure 4-4 Percent of U.S. Hospitals Reporting ED Diversion in Last 12 Months by Type ofHospital, Current Survey March 2010Figure 4-5 Percent of U.S. Hospitals Citing Factor as Number One Reasons for EDDiversion, Current Survey March 2010Table 4-3 National Health Expenditure Amounts, by Type of Expenditure: Calendar Years2001-2015 1Table 4-3 (continued) National Health Expenditure Amounts, by Type of Expenditure:Calendar Years 2001-2015CHAPTER FIVE: TOTAL MARKET SIZE AND FORECASTTable 5-1 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring Systems 2008-2015Compound Annual Growth RateFigure 5-1 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring Systems 2008-2015Table 5-2 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring Systems, byTechnology Type (wireless, Data Processing, EMR Data Transfer) 2008-2015 CompoundAnnual Growth RateFigure 5-2 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring Systems, by
  • 7. Technology Type 2008-2015Figure 5-3 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring Systems, byTechnology Type 2010Figure 5-4 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring Systems, byTechnology Type 2015Table 5-3 The U.S. Market for Advanced wireless and Remote Patient MonitoringTechnologies 2008-2015 Compound Annual Growth RateFigure 5-5 The U.S. Market for Advanced wireless and Remote Patient MonitoringTechnologies 2008-2015Table 5-4 The U.S. Market for Patient Data Processing Applications and Equipment 2008-2015 Compound Annual Growth RateFigure 5-6 The U.S. Market for Patient Data Processing Applications and Equipment 2008-2015Table 5-5 The U.S. Market for EMR Data Transfer Equipment and Applications 2008-2015Figure 5-7 The U.S. Market for EMR Data Transfer Applications and Equipment 2008-2015Table 5-6 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring Systems, by EndUser (Hospitals, Home Healthcare, Nursing Homes, Other) 2008-2015Figure 5-8 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring Systems, by EndUser (Hospitals, Home Healthcare, Nursing Homes, Other) 2008-2015Figure 5-9 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring Systems, by EndUser Type (Hospitals, Home Healthcare, Nursing Homes, Other) 2010Figure 5-10 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring Systems, by EndUser Type (Hospitals, Home Healthcare, Nursing Homes, Other) 2015Figure 5-7 Number of Hospitals in the US, 1975-2005, Estimated 2015Table 5-8 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring in Hospitals 2008-2015Figure 5-11 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring in Hospitals2008-2015Table 5-9 Home Health Statistics, 2007Table 5-10 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring in HomeHealthcare 2008-2015 Compound Annual Growth RateFigure 5-12 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring in HomeHealthcare 2008-2015Table 5-11 U.S. Nursing Homes, Beds, Residents and Occupancy Rate, 2008Table 5-12 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring in Nursing Homes2008-2015Figure 5-13 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring in Nursing Homes2008-2015Table 5-13 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring in Other End Uses2008-2015Figure 5-14 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring in Other End Uses2008-2015Table 5-14 U.S. Prevalence of Asthma, Cancer, COPD, CHF, CHD, and Diabetes 2010 andEstimated 2015Figure 5-15 U.S. Prevalence of Asthma, Cancer, COPD, CHF, CHD, and Diabetes 2010 andEstimated 2015Table 5-15 U.S. Prevalence of Asthma, Cancer, COPD, CHF, CHD, and Diabetes AmongAmericans Aged 65 and Over 2010 and Estimated 2015Figure 5-16 U.S. Prevalence of Asthma, Cancer, COPD, CHF, CHD, and Diabetes AmongAmericans Aged 65 and Over 2010 and Estimated 2015
  • 8. Figure 5-17 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring Systems, byDisease State (Asthma, Cancer, COPD, CHF, CHD, Diabetes, Other) 2010Figure 5-18 The U.S. Market for Remote and wireless patient monitoring Systems, byDisease State (Asthma, Cancer, COPD, CHF, CHD, Diabetes, Other) 2015CHAPTER SIX: CORPORATE PROFILESTable 6-1: Abbott RevenuesTable 6-2: Draeger RevenuesTable 6-3: GE RevenuesTable 6-4: Honeywell RevenuesTable 6-5: Intel RevenuesTable 6-6: LifeWatch Technologies RevenuesTable 6-7: Medtronic RevenuesTable 6-8: Philips RevenuesTable 6-9: St. Jude RevenuesAbout Us:ReportsnReports is an online library of over 100,000+ market research reports and in-depthmarket research studies & analysis of over 5000 micro markets. We provide 24/7 online andoffline support to our customers. Get in touch with us for your needs of market researchreports.Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/marketsreportsOur Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/ReportsnReports/191441427571689Contact:Mr.Priyank7557 Rambler road,Suite727,Dallas,TX75231Tel: + 1 888 391 5441E-mail: sales@reportsandreports.comhttp://www.reportsnreports.comVisit our Market Research Blog

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