Cardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors and Recorders: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018
Cardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors and Recorders: MarketShares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018Report Details:Published:August 2012No. of Pages: 311Price: Single User License – US$3700Cardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors and Recorders Leads All Other Technologies inPotenetial For Improving Cardiac Disease DiagnosesWinterGreen Research announces that it has published a new study Cardiac Event AmbulatoryMonitors and Recorders: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018. The2012 study has 311 pages, 90 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achievesignificant growth as event recorders find ways to support lowering the cost of care delivery bysupporting shorter hospital stays and more home based services. New markets in clinicaldiagnoses and clinical studies are emerging as prices decrease and technology creates moreadvanced devices. Unit functions are being extended from direct arrhythmia symptom analysis tosleep studies and clinical drug efficacy studies creating significant growth opportunity.According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the WinterGreen Research team that prepared thecardiac event ambulatory monitors and recorders market research study, “Shortness of breath is acommon symptom of cardiac disease. It is frequently misdiagnosed as a respiratory symptom orignored by patients and is not even considered a cardiac symptom when the clinician is making adiagnosis. Cardiac event ambulatory monitors can detect arrhythmias and get people to treatmentfaster before it is too late to correct congestive heart failure.”Early treatment is essential and the technology is a vital aid in providing that treatment. Hospitalsand clinicians will have increased access to devices as insurers realize the value of detecting andtreating cardiac disease early. Sleep studies and clinical drug efficacy study opportunities arecreating significant growth opportunity.Cardiac Event Recording and monitors are evolving as a services industry. Patients do not paydirectly for units, they are provided by a clinician and the clinician is reimbursed by CMS in the USas a fee for service. In this manner the vendors participate in the services market. The cardiacevent recording services industry is fragmented and characterized by a large number of smallerregional hospital and home care service providers.
Consideration of Cardiac Event Recorder Market Forecasts indicates that markets at $165.6million will reach $862.7 million by 2018. Growth comes as more emphasis is put on earlydiagnosis and prevention of disease. Heart failure patients participating in home based programsget called back from nurse within 20 minutes of transmitting readings. This is similar to theresponse time available in a hospital and positions products in the large and growing telemedicinemarket space.For a patient that has arrhythmia and a device detects symptoms, there is the ability to take lifesaving action. Quick response brings the matter to the attention of the clinician often withoutpatient involvement, helping better serve the patient. Advice can be rendered as to how and whyweight fluctuation is a issue and how control of disease is based on lifestyle and diet. Rapid weightgain can indicate fluid retention and a worsening of cardiac function.This study illustrates the cardiac event recording market driving forces and provides the marketshares and consideration of market size and number of recorders prescribed or used. It describesmonitoring services used and services provided to subscribers, reimbursement by insurancecarriers. The principal competitive factors that impact the success of cardiac monitoring solutionsare addressed in the comprehensive market study.Get your copy of this report @http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/189852-cardiac-event-ambulatory-monitors-and-recorders-market-shares-strategies-and-forecasts-worldwide-2012-to-2018.htmlMajor points covered in Table of Contents of this report includeTable of ContentsCardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors And Recorders: Executive SummaryThe study is designed to give a comprehensive overview of the Cardiac Event AmbulatoryMonitors And Recorders: equipment market segment. Research represents a selection from themountains of data available of the most relevant and cogent market materials, with selectionsmade by the most senior analysts. Commentary on every aspect of the market from independentanalysts creates an independent perspective in the evaluation of the market. In this manner thestudy presents a comprehensive overview of what is going on in this market, assisting managerswith designing market strategies likely to succeed.Cardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors and Recorders:Market Shares and ForecastsCardiac Event Recording Market Driving ForcesCardiac Event Recorder Market SharesCardiac Event Recorder Market ForecastsCardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors And Recorders: Market Description and Market Dynamics1. Cardiac Event Monitoring Market Description and Market Dynamics
1.1 Cardiac Event Monitoring1.1.1 Cardiac Arrhythmia Definitions1.1.2 Atrial Fibrillation1.1.3 Ventricular Tachycardia.1.1.4 Syncope1.1.5 Traditional Arrhythmia Monitoring Technologies1.2 Cardiac Event Monitors1.2.1 Manual-Trigger Loop Event Monitors1.2.2 Cardiac Event Recorders1.3 Holter Monitors1.4 Remote Monitoring as Standard of Care1.4.1 Telemonitoring Systems Premise1.4.2 Sedentary Get Exercise And Heart Failure Patients Pay Attention To Swelling In Their Feet,Ankles Or Legs1.4.3 Telemonitoring Systems Improve Home Health Care1.4.4 Vital Signs And Health Status Are Measured Daily1.4.5 Telemonitoring at Home1.5 Telemedicine1.5.1 Nursing Stations1.5.2 Telemedicine Services1.5.3 Service Provider Adoption of Tele-Monitoring1.5.4 Telemedicine Delivery Mechanisms1.5.5 Telemedicine Point-To-Point Connections1.5.6 High Definition Video Communication1.6 Telemonitors Customized To Meet Individual Needs1.7 US Makes Telemedicine Priority1.7.1 Federal Funding for Telemedicine1.7.2 US Telemedicine Medicare –1.7.3 US Veterans Health Administration (VA) Use of Telemonitoring1.7.4 Telemonitoring Demonstrates Positive Results In Improving Health Care And ReducingCosts Of Veterans1.7.5 US VA Tele-monitoring Targeted Innovation:1.8 Tele-Monitor Devices1.8.1 Customizing Tele-Monitors1.8.2 Intel® Health Care Management Security1.9 Telemonitoring Research1.9.1 New England Journal of Medicine Research1.9.2 NEJM Has Published Several Letters That Critique The Study1.9.3 25 Studies of Remote Monitoring Of Patients With Chronic Heart Disease1.9.4 Bosch Health Buddy Desktop Research1.10 Physician Notification on CHF1.11 US Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
1.12 Federal, State, Local, And Foreign Laws Compliance1.12.1 Government Regulation of Medical Devices1.12.2 Before And After A Medical Device Is Commercially Distributed, Ongoing ResponsibilitiesUnder FDA Regulations1.12.3 Tele-monitoring Third-Party Reimbursement1.13 Health Information Privacy HIPAA Requirements1.13.1 HIPAA Enforcement1.13.2 OCR Responsible For Enforcing HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules1.14 Postacute Care Co-ordination: Healthcare Reform Readmission Penalties1.14.1 Federal Crimes Under The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act HIPAA1.15 Partners Mass General Cardiologist Program for High Risk Heart Failure PatientsCardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors And Recorders: Market Shares and Market ForecastsThis section selectively describes market shares, forecasts, segments, and regional revenue.Numbers are the result of primary research in all cases. Selected companies are described froman independent analyst perspective with a thumbnail sketch or analysis of their market numbers orcommentary on their strengths and weaknesses. Some of the analysis is focused on looking at thetopic segment by segment, including company descriptive analyses by segment and subsegment.2. Cardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors and Recorders: Market Shares and Forecasts2.1 Cardiac Event Recording Market Driving Forces2.2 Cardiac Event Recorder Market Shares2.2.1 CardioNet2.2.2 CardioNet Monitoring2.2.3 CardioNet Central Monitoring Station/Data Transmission Network2.2.4 CardioNet Monitoring Physician Notification2.2.5 CardioNet Monitoring Other Arrhythmia Monitoring Services2.2.6 CardioNet Future Uses for MCOT™ Monitoring Platform2.2.7 CardioNet Monitoring Advanced Technology2.2.8 CardioNet Monitoring Wireless Data Transmission Network2.2.9 CardioNet Monitoring Research and Development2.2.10 Philips2.2.11 Savi CardioPAL –2.2.12 iRhythm / Zio® Event Card2.2.13 Reka2.2.14 REKA E100 Received FDA Clearance2.3 Cardiac Event Monitor Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide2.4 Cardiac Event Recorder Market Forecasts2.5 US Veterans Administration (VA) Tele-Monitoring of Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)2.5.1 Congestive Heart Failure2.5.2 Diabetes Chronic Illness Numbers
2.5.3 Incidence of Chronic Disease2.5.4 Chronic Diseases Account For Two-Thirds Of Worldwide Healthcare Spending2.5.5 Surgical Procedures::US and Worldwide2.6 Total Number Of Surgical Procedures And Market Penetration of Surgical Robots2.6.1 Clinical Staff / Patient Ratios: Physician Shortages2.6.2 Telemonitoring Market Driving Forces2.6.3 Measures of Tele Monitoring Effectiveness2.6.4 Home Patient Monitoring Supports Patient Education2.6.5 Wireless Telemonitoring Devices2.6.6 Implantation of Patient-Activated Cardiac Event Recorder2.6.7 Medical Conditions Treated by Cardiac Event Recorders2.7 Telemedicine Market Driving Forces2.8 Cardiac Event Recording Pricing2.9 Cardiac Event Recorder Regional Market SegmentsCardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors And Recorders: Product DescriptionThis section describes selected companies and selected products. Products for this marketsegment are described with attention to the most significant aspect of features and functions inthis category of product. The juxtaposition of a range of different product descriptions from a singlemarket category provides a really good way to access market directions and achieve marketcompetitive analysis. This section is arranged in three pieces: immersive products, conferenceroom products, and end point products. Company products are described in the appropriatesections, meaning a company is mentioned several times in the chapter in different places.3. Cardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors and Recorders: Product Description3.1 Philips Event Recorder Monitors3.1.1 Philips CardioCare Cellular Event Monitor3.1.2 Philips RT20 Event Monitor –3.1.3 Philips ER910 Event Monitor3.2 CardioNet3.2.1 CardioNet FDA Marketing Clearance3.2.2 CardioNet3.3 Card Guard / Instromedix3.3.1 Instromedix Heartrak Smart3.4 eCardio3.4.1 eCardio Billing3.5 iRhythm / Zio® Event Card3.6 Reka e1003.7 Cardiac Event Recorder Services3.7.1 Philips CardioCare Cellular Event Monitoring Service3.8 Lifewatch Services
3.9 Defibrillator / Event Monitor Devices3.9.1 Philips HeartStart MRx Monitor/Defibrillator for EMSCardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors And Recorders: Technology4. Cardiac Event Monitor Technology4.1 Cardiac Event Monitor Lead Placement4.2 Reimbursement and Code Chart4.2.1 Codes For Billing And Reimbursement For Holter Monitoring, Cardiac Event Monitoring, andPacemaker Monitoring in the United States4.2.2 US CMS Medicare Health Net, Inc. Considers The Use Of Implantable Loop RecorderCardiac Event Monitors4.2.3 Implantation of Cardiac Event Recorder4.2.4 Patient-Activated Cardiac Event Recorder Primary Diagnosis Allowed4.2.5 Cardiac Event Monitors That Are Deemed Not Medically Necessary4.3 Cardiac Event Recorder Validation and Use Cases4.3.1 Event Monitor Indications For Use4.4 Event Monitoring Studies4.4.1 Scripps Telemonitoring4.4.2 Scripps iRhythm / Zio® Event Card4.4.3 Kaiser Telemonitoring Study Shows Improvement in Patients4.4.4 Lifewatch Case Studies4.4.5 LifeStar ACT Case Study4.4.6 Viterion Home Health Outcomes in a CHF Population:4.4.7 CardioNet Monitoring Randomized Clinical Study4.4.8 CardioNets Monitoring Experience4.4.9 CardioNet Monitoring Other Studies4.4.10 iRhythm Zio Event Recorder Customer Testimonial4.5 Government Regulation4.5.1 U.S. Food and Drug Administration.4.5.2 Health Care Fraud and Abuse4.5.3 The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.4.5.4 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).4.5.5 Medicare4.5.6 Facilities4.5.7 Event Monitor Vendor Environmental RegulationCardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors And Recorders: Company ProfilesThis section selectively describes company strategies, partners, acquisitions, and revenue bysegment and regional revenue when available. Companies are described by looking at what ismost interesting about that company. The descriptions collectively give a sense of market
directions within the industry segment. The alphabetical listing of company thumbnail sketchesprovides an accessible way to find out what is going on in any particular company.5. Cardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors and Recorders: Company Profiles5.1 AT&T5.1.1 AT&T Revenue5.1.2 AT&T Wireless5.1.3 AT&T Services and Products5.1.4 AT&T Voice Service –5.1.5 AT&T Innovative Data Services5.1.6 AT&T Business Customers5.1.7 AT&T Data/Broadband5.1.8 AT&T Business Secure Mobile Threats5.1.9 AT&T Mobile Security5.1.10 AT&T and VRI To Offer Managed Remote Telemonitoring Service5.2 Biotronik5.2.1 Biotronik Electrotherapy5.2.2 Biotronik Vascular Intervention5.2.3 Biotronik CHF Study5.3 Cardionet5.3.1 American Medical Association ("AMA") Has Established Billing Codes5.3.2 CardioNet Strategy5.3.3 Cardionet Revenue5.3.4 Cardionet Relationship With nPhase, formerly Qualcomm5.3.5 Cardionet, Inc. To Acquire Cardiocore Lab, Inc. For $23.5 Million5.3.6 CardioNet Monitoring Second Quarter 2012 Revenue5.3.7 CardioNet, Settled The Patent Infringement Action Brought by LifeWatch Services, Inc., andCard Guard Scientific Survival, Ltd. (“Lifewatch”)5.4 eCardio5.5 iRhythm / Zio5.6 LifeLine Medical5.7 Lifewatch5.7.1 Lifewatch / Card Guard / Instromedix5.7.2 LifeWatch / Lifestar ACT Products5.7.3 LifeStar ACT Ex Functions5.7.4 LifeWatch Services5.7.5 LifeWatch and Blue Shield of California5.7.6 LifeWatch Call Center in San Francisco, California5.7.7 LifeWatch joint development with U.S. Medical Technology Developer Ansar MonitoringServices5.7.8 LifeWatch First Quarter Of 2012 Revenues5.7.9 Lifewatch Key Revenue Figures per Quarter
5.8 Philips5.8.1 Philips Revenue5.8.2 Philips5.8.3 Phiips Visicu5.8.4 Philips Addresses Healthcare Landscape5.8.5 Philips/Respironics Monitoring Solution Powered By Cinterion TC65i:5.8.6 Philips Sales5.8.7 Philips Healthcare5.8.8 Royal Philips Electronics / Respironics5.8.9 Philips Respironics5.8.10 Philips Respironics5.9 Reka5.10 VRI5.10.1 VRI Digi Pal5.10.2 VRI partnership with Robert Bosch Healthcare5.10.3 VRI Digi Pal5.10.4 VRI5.11 Windstream5.12 Selected Providers for Emergency Medical Care MonitoringList of Tables and FiguresCardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors And Recorders: Executive SummaryTable ES-1Cardiac Event Recording Market Driving ForcesFigure ES-2Cardiac Event Recording Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011Table ES-3Cardiac Event Monitor Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011Figure ES-4Cardiac Event Recording Market Shares, Dollars, US, 2011Figure ES-5Cardiac Event Recorder Market Forecasts, Dollars,Worldwide, 201ES-2018Cardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors And Recorders: Market Description and Market DynamicsFigure 1-1Remote Monitoring as Standard of CareTable 1-2Telemedicine Nursing Stations Typical Telemonitoring QuestionsTable 1-3Remote Patient Monitoring Device UsesTable 1-4
Clinical Assessment and Response to Alert Provided by TelemonitorTable 1-4 (Continued)Clinical Assessment And Response To Alert Provided By TelemonitorTable 1-5Clinical Assessment And Actions Taken To Alert Provided By TelemonitorTable 1-6Telehealth Solutions BenefitsTable 1-7Monitoring Used To Take Measurements In Homecare SettingsTable 1-8Monitoring Measurement Functions In Homecare SettingsTable 1-9Bosch Recommendations for Innovation Funded By The VATable 1-10Intel Health Guide FunctionsTable 1-11Intel® Health Care Management Suite of Software ToolsTable 1-11NEJM Letters That Critique The Telemonitoring StudyTable 1-12Physician Notification on CHF Using “SBAR”Table 1-13US Healthcare Coverage Legislation FunctionsTable 1-14FDA Enforcement Actions And RemediesTable 1-15HIPAA Information Covered entitiesTable 1-16HIPAA Information That Needs to Be PrivateTable 1-17HIPAA Information Sharing by Health Care ProvidersTable 1-18HIPAA Information Sharing ProhibitionsTable 1-19HIPAA Information Managed via Court OrderFigure 1-20HIPAA Privacy and Security Rule and Compliant ProcessCardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors And Recorders: Market Shares and Market ForecastsTable 2-1Cardiac Event Recording Market Driving ForcesFigure 2-2Cardiac Event Recording Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
Table 2-3Cardiac Event Monitor Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011Figure 2-4Cardiac Event Recording Market Shares, Dollars, US, 2011Table 2-5Cardiac Event Monitor Market Shares, Dollars, US, 2011Table 2-6CardioNet Monitoring Device Product EnhancementsTable 2-7Cardiac Event Monitor Market Shares, Units and Dollars,Worldwide, 2011Table 2-8Cardiac Event Monitor Market Shares, Units and Dollars, US, 2011Figure 2-9Cardiac Event Recorder Market Forecasts, Dollars,Worldwide, 2012-2018Figure 2-10Cardiac Event Recording Vendor Portion of Patient ServicesMarket Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018Table 2-11Cardiac Event Recording Device and Patient Services MarketForecasts Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018Table 2-12Cardiac Event Recording Device and Patient Services MarketForecasts Units and Dollars, US, 2012-2018Figure 2-13Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) Patients Worldwide, Forecasts,Number, 2012-2018Figure 2-14Diabetes Patients Worldwide, Forecasts, Number, 2012-2018Table 2-15Number of Patients with Disease Conditions RequiringWheelchairs, By Diagnosis, Number, Worldwide, 2012-2018Table 2-16Total Number Of Surgical Procedures Performed In Us:Table 2-17Total Number Of Surgical Procedures Performed Worldwide:Table 2-18US and Worldwide Robotic Surgery Target Procedures:Table 2-19Actual Intuitive Surgical Surgeries: ProstateTable 2-20
Actual Intuitive Surgical Surgeries: HysterectomyTable 2-21Titan Medical Target Robotic Surgeries, WorldwideTable 2-22Robotic Surgeries Possible by Medical ConditionTable 2-23Telemonitoring Market Driving ForcesTable 2-24Tele-Monitoring Critical Issues AddressedTable 2-25Medical Conditions Treated by Cardiac Event RecordersTable 2-26Factors Likely To Create Shift To Event MonitoringTable 2-27Telemedicine Adoption Rate Issues And ConcernsFigure 2-28Telemedicine Market FactorsFigure 2-29Cardiac Event Monitor Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2011Table 2-30Cardiac Event Recorder Regional Market Segments, 2011Cardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors And Recorders: Product DescriptionFigure 3-1Philips CardioCare Cellular Event MonitorFigure 3-2Philips RT20 Event Monitor -Figure 3-3Philips ER910 Event Monitor -Table 3-4Philips ER910 Event Monitor -Table 3-5CardioNet Monitoring Indications for UseTable 3-6CardioNet Contraindicatios For Use In The Following Patients:Figure 3-7CardioNet Cardiac Event Recorder ServicesFigure 3-8Instromedix Cardiac Event RecordersTable 3-9eCardion Event MonitorsFigure 3-10eCardio Device
Table 3-11REKA E100: Cardia Event Recorder BenefitsTable 3-12Philips Services ImplementationTable 3-13Philips HeartStart MRx Monitor/Defibrillator FeaturesTable 3-14Philips HeartStart MRx Monitor/Defibrillator Rugged andReliable FunctionsTable 3-15Philips HeartStart MRx Monitor/Defibrillator Intuitive AndEase Of-Use FeaturesFigure 3-16Philips HeartStart MRx Monitor/DefibrillatorCardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors And Recorders: TechnologyFigure 4-1Cardiac Event Monitor Lead PlacementTable 4-2CMS Medicare program Cardiac Event Monitor RequirementsTable 4-3Codes For Billing And Reimbursement for Holter Monitoring,Cardiac Event Monitoring, and Pacemaker Monitoring in theUnited StatesTable 4-4Cardiac Event Recorder Use CasesFigure 4-5Scripps Lifewatch Telemonitoring Device ArrayTable 4-6Lifewatch Case Study: 83 Year Old FemaleTable 4-7Sample Studies of LifeStar ACT Syncope Patient Presentations andSolutions (Age 85)Table 4-8Sample Studies of LifeStar ACT Syncope Patient Outcome(Age 85)Table 4-9Sample Studies of LifeStar ACT Heart Block PatientPresentations and Solutions (Age 55)Table 4-10LifeStar ACT Monitor For Following ConditionsCardiac Event Ambulatory Monitors And Recorders: Company ProfilesTable 5-1
AT&T Mobile Security BenefitsTable 5-2Biotronik Electrotherapy DevicesTable 5-3Biotronik Electrotherapy DevicesTable 5-4LifeWatch LifeStar ACT III Platinum FunctionsTable 5-5LifeStar ACT Ex FunctionsTable 5-6LifeStar ACT Ex Standard FeaturesTable 5-7LifeStar ACT Enhanced Daily Reporting FeaturesTable 5-8Philips Positions To Simplify Global HealthcareDelivery For The Long TermTable 5-9Philips Healthcare Delivery Product PositioningFigure 5-10Philips Healthcare PositioningFigure 5-11Philips Healthcare Equipment Order Intake TrendsFigure 5-12Philips Revenue Market SegmentsFigure 5-13Philips Employee, Manufacturing, and Research ProfileFigure 5-14Philips Continuing Sales Growth in Emerging MarketsFigure 5-15Philips Gaining Share And Leadership in Emerging MarketsFigure 5-16Philips Delivering Margin Improvement and DecreasingManufacturing OverheadFigure 5-17Philips Healthcare Information Systems Market SharesTable 5-18VRI Units MonitoredTable 5-19VRI Services to PartnersContact: email@example.com for more information.