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Telemedicine Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2010 to 2016

  • ID: 1199730
  • Report
  • January 2010
  • Region: Global
  • 669 Pages
  • Wintergreen Research, Inc
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This new 2010 study on Telemedicine equipment, information software, and services, has 669 pages, 205 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth as the healthcare providers worldwide move to more cost efficient healthcare modalities leveraging telemedicine. Vendors are building out localized direct physician based services organizations, distribution partnerships, and e-commerce sites that support a telemedicine brand in every region.

Telemedicine is more cost efficient than nursing home or hospital care, every patient would rather stay at home if possible. As new telemedicine equipment and services proliferate in the U.S. and worldwide, more and more vital signs based healthcare delivery is being implemented.

Healthcare delivery systems are moving towards a quantum shift in care delivery. Technology provides a way to sense and monitor heart disease, inflammation, infection, cancer, diabetic condition, and chronic condition status using technology. This represents a quantum shift in care diagnosis. The old methods of verbal description that the physician rarely listens to and in person visual inspection are becoming less important. The monitoring technologies and blood work are being used in combination with imaging and telemetrics to provide a real time, continuous evaluation of patient condition.

This leads to care delivery by the numbers.

Few people describe themselves as old or sick—regardless of their age or health. We are moving toward care delivery by the numbers in combination with physical examination in person or over the HD TV. HD TV gives a quick, vivid image of where a person hurts and what they look like. The new sensor technology gives physicians visibility inside a person that is not available from a simple verbal description.

Telemedicine can supplement information available from a physical examination by making care delivery a available. Telemedicine is able to supplement traditional care. Telemedicine is extending monitoring into wellness tracking. The ability to visualize patient condition through blood work, monitors, sensors, imaging, and biometrics changes everything.

It is labor that is costly, not the imaging or the monitors. The automated process needs to be leveraged to reduce the labor costs by 90%, leveraging technology to provide consistent care. The systems need to be automated to the point where the patients and their families can provide accurate diagnostic information to the clinician, who by definition is the decision maker, not the care provider. The telemedicine is able to address the need to decrease labor costs.

Labor costs need to be removed from every step of the diagnostic process. The imaging machines need to be automated more. The sensing devices need to be able to take readings and send them to the automated patient record without human intervention.

New telemedicine devices do just this. Inflammation can be detected using a handheld biometric device. Cardiac symptoms can be detected automatically, just by placing a device in the proper position, no buttons to push, no screens to navigate.

In this context, the publisher has formalized a vision of the evolution of healthcare economic models. It is looking towards the transformation of the healthcare delivery systems in response to increasing responsibility of systems administrators to deliver quality care efficiently. C-healthcare 2020® looks toward cost containment trends. These are playing out in the context of industry and professional efforts to improve the quality of care delivery:

1. Leverage automated process in the same way other industries have. Leverage cloud computing and System z mainframe computing to lower care delivery costs while improving the quality by quantum amounts.

2. Consolidate health care delivery systems in a manner that is able to achieve effective, efficient communication between caregivers.

3. Stop rewarding hospitals and physicians for over delivery of care and change. Move to care delivery systems that allow treatment of patients by the numbers combined with intelligent caring care. This is particularly true with the high cost profit center emergency room, get those costs way down.

4. Support the extended health care delivery systems that support healthy behaviors, including the acupuncture practitioners, chiropractors, and sports clubs.

5. Support Telemedicine and specialized intelligent support systems that permit leaving people in their own homes even if they cannot take care of every aspect of their life. Help old people take out the trash, sand the driveway when it snows, clean up the junk, help with the simple stuff that seems overwhelming to old people.

6. Reward families for providing care support to extended family members, these do not need to be financial rewards in every instance, maybe they are special recognition banquets and letters of commendation.

7. Implement systems that stimulate and reward patients for exercising and taking care of themselves in every way.

8. Implement computer assisted coding in a manner that allows automated transcription of physician and clinician notes into the electronic patient record; utilize the clinician notes, blood work, and diagnostic test results to provide tracking and reminding of conditions that need follow-up after a specified length of time.

9. Use patient systems that are efficient.

10. Implement telemedicine.

Challenged with declining reimbursements, a nursing shortage and low productivity even as new agencies open, there has been significant industry consolidation. Automated process brought by Telemedicine information systems addresses management team issues. Existing providers need to improve overall operations to address these issues.

Several new studies provide large-scale, independent, quantified proof of the value of healthcare information technology have. Users can utilize the scheduling notes to alert other staff of patient preferences or supplies needed in the home. Maestro intuitive process flow provides users with many reminders, including when a patient is out of orders, when a supervisory visit is required, or when a procedure needs to be completed during a visit.

Telemedicine Information systems are a significant part of the home care delivery systems. Software leverages the efficiency of clinical process in ways that have never become possible before. The system leverages virtually all the administrative and financial information needed to run a successful home care company. Information can be gathered right from the charts.

The significance of SOA integration and networking systems for telemedicine is not yet realized in Telemedicine information systems. However, as patients move from one care venue to another, the patient record is going to need to move with them. Thus telemedicine begins to play a significant role in care delivery. The hand-held, computer-based system guides home care clinicians through the entire patient care process. Clinicians can use structured record guides.

The systems automate reporting. The market opportunity for the Telemedicine information services providers is to enable consolidation of the 35,000 small agencies worldwide into a few large services providers. These few services providers then become customers for the Telemedicine information services systems. Telemedicine information systems will be enhanced by partnerships with IBM to leverage information analytics systems.

Without health, nothing else is very important. People with means choose to spend whatever they need to protect and promote their health. Statistics on total expenditures vs. value of those expenditures are meaningless unless they break out the impact on different population segments.

You often see statements from US analysts that say as President Obama did in In his speech to the American Medical Association:

“we are spending over $2 trillion a year on health care, almost 50 percent more per person than the next most costly nation. And yet, as I think many of you are aware, for all of this spending, more of our citizens are uninsured, the quality of our care is often lower, and we aren’t any healthier. In fact, citizens in some countries that spend substantially less than we do are actually living longer than people in other countries.”

What the Obama statement misses is that some portion of the population is healthier. The US healthcare delivery system is superior to any. To say that not everyone is treated is not the same as saying that the system does not treat many people very well. Telemedicine is poised to make health care delivery better and spread that superior health care delivery system to a greater proportion of the population.

Perhaps if analysts looked at that portion of the population that is spending more on healthcare, it is possible to detect that those people have better quality of life and live longer, they are spending for themselves, not for everyone. So, that portion of the population that cannot afford good health care is creating a statistical offset that misleads analysts.

In fact, the US healthcare system is the envy of the world, for those who can afford the best quality care delivery, and for those people who see a doctor, and do what their doctors recommend, the US healthcare delivery system is the best. Telemedicine is rolling out in this context, facilitating the delivery of healthcare more frequently than has been possible before and creating a move toward wellness care delivery that supplements disease treatment.

Worldwide telemedicine markets at $7 billion in 2009 are expected to reach $24 billion by 2016. The total healthcare spending worldwide is 8.4 trillion. Telemedicine has the promise of delivering care more adequately to rich and poor people. Healthcare spending is anticipated to continue to rise as a percent of total expenditures because as people become more industrialized and have more disposable income, healthcare is a central aspect of expenditures.
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1. Telemedicine Market Description and Market Dynamics

1.1 Telemedicine Definition

1.1.1 Telemedicine Benefits

1.1.2 50 Different Medical Subspecialties Have Successfully Used Telemedicine

1.1.3 Telemedicine Reimbursement Fee Structure

1.2 Healthcare IT Support for Telemedicine in Asia

1.2.1 Healthcare IT in Australia

1.2.2 Telemedicine for the Internet

1.3 Technologies To Support Telemedicine Approaches

1.3.1 WinterGreen Research Healthcare Reform Vision and Strategy

1.4 Home Health Care

1.4.1 Home Health Quality Care

1.4.2 Medicare

1.4.3 Medicaid

1.5 Home Care Services Payors

1.5.1 Self-pay

1.5.2 Public Third-party Payors: Medicare

1.5.3 Public Third-party Payors: Medicaid

1.5.4 Public Third-party Payors: Older Americans Act (OAA)

1.5.5 Veterans Administration

1.5.6 Social Services Block Grant Programs

1.5.7 Community Organizations

1.5.8 Private Third-party Payors

1.6 Types of Home Care Agencies

1.6.1 Nursing care

1.6.2 Physical therapy

1.6.3 Occupational therapy

1.6.4 Speech therapy

1.6.5 Social workers

1.6.6 Home Health Aides/Home Care Aides

1.6.7 Homemaker/Attendant Care

1.6.8 Volunteers

1.6.9 Others

1.7 Homecare Information System Software Market Shifts

1.7.1 Characteristics Particular To The Homecare Information System Market

1.7.2 Implementation Depends On Documentation Of Each Discipline Needs

1.7.3 Home Care Services Billing Issues

1.7.4 Prospective Payment System (PPS)

1.7.5 Managed Care Requirements

1.7.6 Oasis Home Health Agencies

1.8 Need For Automation Of Home Care Companies

1.9 Homecare Information Technology Industry

1.9.1 History Of Low Investment In Healthcare Information Technology

1.9.2 Market Driving Forces For Worldwide Homecare Information Systems

1.9.3 Treatment Trends

1.9.4 Home Healthcare Delivery Industry

1.9.5 Competition Forms Basis Of U.S. Medical Care Services Delivery

1.9.6 Science And Medical Technology

1.10 Benefits Of Home Care

1.10.1 Home Health Saves Medicare Billions

1.11 Demographic Trends Driving Home Care

1.11.1 Mainstreaming Of People With Disabilities

1.11.2 Recovery And Active Lifestyles Of Disabled Portion of the Population

1.12 Healthcare Equipment Industry

1.12.1 Reimbursement Drives Healthcare Equipment Industry

1.12.2 Home Medical Equipment Industry Segments

1.13 Marketing Globally

1.13.1 U.S. Healthcare Delivery Industry

1.13.2 Competition Forms Basis Of U.S. Medical Care Services Delivery

1.13.3 European Homecare Market Trends

1.14 Hospital and Home Care Services Billing Issues

1.14.1 Managed Care Requirements

1.15 Market Drivers For Healthcare Cost Containment

1.15.1 Managed Care Organization Impact

1.15.2 Reasons Home Health Care Has Gained Wide-Spread Acceptance

1.15.3 Managed Care Change In The Healthcare Industry

1.15.4 Homecare For People With Long Term Disabilities

1.15.5 Health Care Cost Containment Trends

1.15.6 Medicare Reimbursement Guide for Power Wheelchair Drive Control Systems

1.15.7 Managed Care Organization Impact

1.16 Reasons Home Health Care Has Gained Wide-Spread Acceptance

1.16.1 Managed Care Change In The Healthcare Industry

1.16.2 Homecare For People With Long Term Disabilities

1.17 Worldwide Homecare Information Systems Market Distribution

1.17.1 Delivery Of Non-Acute Health Care

1.17.2 Leveraging Distribution Channels

1.17.3 Worldwide Homecare Information Systems Market Positioning

1.18 Increased Need For Information Technology

1.18.1 Medical Error

1.19 Shortcomings Of Traditional Healthcare Information Systems

1.19.1 Homecare Information Systems Market Strategy

1.19.2 Integrated Healthcare Information Technology Solutions

1.19.3 Flexible Product-Delivery Options

1.19.4 Leveraging Existing Customer Base

1.20 Homecare Information Systems Market Trends

1.20.1 Clinician Support For Spending Less Time At The Desktop And More Time Taking Care Of Patients

2. Telemedicine Software, Equipment, and Services, Market Shares and Forecasts

2.1 Telemedicine Systems Market Driving Forces

2.1.1 Telemedicine Healthcare Landscape

2.1.2 Telemonitoring Systems Market Driving Forces

2.2 Telemedicine Market Shares

2.3 Telemedicine Equipment Market Shares

2.3.1 Honeywell LifeStream Web-Based Health Information Patient Care

2.3.2 Honeywell HomMed

2.3.3 Contec Medical Group PM50 NIBP/Spo2 Patient Monitor

2.4 Telemedicine Components and Modules Market Shares

2.4.1 Intel Research

2.4.2 AMD Global Telemedicine

2.5 Medical Imaging Telemedicine Market Shares

2.5.1 GE Digital Image Archive Telemedicine Inside a Facility

2.5.2 Philips Raytel Imaging Network

2.6 Telemedicine Software and (SaaS) Worldwide

2.6.1 McKesson Telehealth Advisor

2.6.2 McKesson Telehealth Improves Patient Communication and Self-Management

2.6.3 McKesson Telehealth Delivers Quality Care at a Lower Cost

2.6.4 Bosch Veterans Administration Success

2.6.5 Bosch Health Hero Network Health Buddy Project Expanded by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

2.6.6 GenerationOne

2.7 Mobile Telemedicine Remote Monitoring Market Shares

2.7.1 Cardiocom Telemonitoring Systems

2.7.2 Cardiocom Omnivisor™

2.7.3 Aerotel Medical Systems

2.7.4 Aerotel Medical Systems Mobile-CliniQ™ - Affordable Personal Mobile Health Solution

2.7.5 MedApps

2.8 Mobile Cardiac Arrhythmia Monitoring Market Shares

2.8.1 Cardionet

2.8.2 Philips-Raytel

2.8.3 Lifewatch

2.8.4 LifeWatch Services Arrhythmia Monitoring

2.8.5 LifeStar ACT Ambulatory Cardiac Telemetry

2.9 Telemedicine Networking and SOA Market Shares

2.9.1 IBM SOA Telemedicine Integration Foundation Systems

2.9.2 IBM Financing Makes the System z More Efficient

2.9.3 IBM System z 10x More Efficient Than Distributed Servers

2.9.4 Cisco HealthPresence

2.9.5 Hewlett Packard (HP) / 3Com Corporation Telemedicine

2.9.6 HP / 3Com Corporation

2.10 Telemedicine Opportunity

2.11 Telemedicine Market Segment Analysis

2.12 Telemedicine Market Forecasts

2.1 Telemedicine Equipment Market Forecasts

2.2 Telemedicine Electronic Components and Modules Worldwide Market Forecasts

2.3 Medical Imaging Telemedicine Market Forecasts

2.4 Mobile Telemedicine Remote Monitoring Market Forecasts

2.4.1 Wireless Mobile Health Monitoring

2.5 Mobile Cardiac Arrhythmia Monitoring Market Forecasts

2.6 Telemedicine Networks Market Forecasts

2.7 Telemedicine Applications Software and Software as a Service SaaS Worldwide Market Forecasts

2.8 Telemedicine Worldwide Market Segment Forecasts

2.9 Equipment and Software for Transmission of Medical Imaging, Telemedicine

2.9.1 Telehealth

2.9.2 Telemedical Systems Challenged

2.10 Telemedicine Regional Segment Analysis

3. Telemedicine Product, Networking, and Services Description

3.1 Mobile Cardiac Arrhythmia Monitoring

3.2 CardioNet

3.3 Philips-Raytel

3.4 Lifewatch

3.4.1 LifeWatch Services Arrhythmia Monitoring

3.4.2 LifeWatch Services NiteWatch Home Sleep Testing LifeWatch Services

3.4.3 LifeWatch Services Clinical Expertise

3.4.4 LifeWatch Services Web Enrollment and Reporting Tools

3.5 Mobile Telemedicine Remote Monitoring

3.6 McKesson Telehealth Advisor

3.6.1 McKesson Telehealth Improves Patient Communication and Self-Management

3.6.2 McKesson Telehealth Delivers Quality Care at a Lower Cost

3.7 Meditech Telemanagement Process In-Home Device

3.7.1 Meditech Telemonitoring And Telehealth For Home Health Agencies

3.8 Bosch Healthcare Telehealth Solutions

3.8.1 Bosch Tele-Health Systems Empower Patients

3.8.2 Bosch Health Hero Network

3.8.3 Bosch ViTelNet Range Of Services

3.8.4 U.S. Telehealth: Bosch acquires ViTel Net

3.9 Aerotel Medical Systems

3.9.1 Aerotel BP-Tel™ Transtelephonic Blood Pressure Monitor

3.9.2 Aerotel Tele-CliniQ™

3.9.3 Aerotel Medical Systems Mobile-CliniQ™ - Affordable Personal Mobile Health Solution

3.9.4 Aerotel Medical Systems Connect-Cell™ - Cellular-Based Homecare Data Hub

3.10 Cardiocom Telemonitoring Systems

3.10.1 Cardiocom Omnivisor™

3.10.2 Cardiocom Commander

3.10.3 Cardiocom Telescale®

3.10.4 Cardiocom Thin-Link®

3.10.5 CardiocomGlucoCom

3.10.6 Cardiocom Telemonitoring Tools

3.10.7 Cardiocom Integrated System For Communication

3.10.8 Cardiocom Telemonitoring Systems

3.10.9 Cardiocom Detailed, Objective Reports

3.10.10 Cardiocom .NET Installation and Maintenance

3.10.11 Cardiocom System

3.10.12 Cardiocom Commander

3.10.13 Cardiocom Commander Data Management System

3.10.14 Cardiocom - Blood Pressure - Glucometer - Peak Flow - Medical Scale - Pulse Oximeter

3.10.15 Cardiocom Telescale®

3.10.16 Cardiocom Cardio-Plan™

3.10.17 Cardiocom Respiratory-Plan™

3.11 Santrax Homecare Information Systems Telphony Solutions

3.11.1 Santrax Delivered Through The Web

3.12 AHL Telemedicine Solutions

3.12.1 AHL Telemedicine services

3.12.2 AHL Telemedicine Benefits

3.12.3 AHL Cardiostation

3.12.4 AHL Heartrak Smart Products

3.12.5 AHL Heartrak - Post-Event Cardiac Monitoring

3.13 Honeywell LifeStream Web-Based Health Information Patient Care

3.13.1 Honeywell HomMed Interface Options

3.13.2 Honeywell LifeStream View Securely Accesses And Tracks Patient Information In Real Time

3.13.3 Honeywell LifeStream Target Markets

3.13.4 Honeywell Products, Software & Peripherals

3.13.5 Honeywell Sentry Telehealth Monitor – Total Solution

3.13.6 Honeywell Genesis Telehealth Monitor – Targeted Solution

3.13.7 Honeywell Central Station – Diagnostic Software for Managing Patient Care

3.13.8 Honeywell Genesis Telemonitor - Targeted Solution

3.13.9 Honeywell Central Station Diagnostic Software for Managing Patient Care

3.13.10 Honeywell Medical Devices

3.13.11 Honeywell Health Center Kiosks

3.13.12 Honeywell HomMed Promoting Healthy Environments

3.14 Sajix

3.15 GenerationOne

3.15.1 GenerationOne Mobile Health Solution 24/7 Support

3.16 Telemedicine Networks

3.17 Cisco

3.17.1 Cisco HealthPresence

3.18 Hewlett-Packard / 3Com Corporation

3.19 IBM

3.20 Bosch / Health Hero® Network Deployments with Medicare, VA

3.20.1 Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Extending And Expanding Bosch Health Hero Network Health Buddy Project

3.21 Aruba Networks Wireless Solution: WiFi Wireless LANs

3.21.1 Aruba Networks Wireless Solution

3.21.2 Aruba Wireless Network Real-Time Surveillance Of The Patient Bedside

3.22 Cardiopulmonary Bernoulli Enterprise Management System

3.23 Telemedicine Equipment Worldwide

3.24 Contec Medical Group PM50 NIBP/Spo2 Patient Monitor

3.25 Mednet Healthcare Technologies Heartrak Smart

3.25.1 Mednet Healthcare Technologies Heartrak - Post-Event Cardiac Monitoring

3.25.2 Mednet Healthcare Technologies Heartrak 1000

3.25.3 Mednet Healthcare Technologies HeartView P-12/8

3.25.4 Mednet Healthcare Technologies HeartOne™

3.26 Cardionet

3.26.1 CardioNet MCOT

3.26.2 CardioNet Event Monitoring

3.26.3 CardioNet Looping Multi-Event Monitor

3.26.4 CardioNet Non-Looping Chest Plate Event Monitor

3.26.5 CardioNet Holter Monitor

3.27 XTend Medical Telemedicine

3.27.1 XTend Pharmacy

3.27.2 Xtend / BioHarp UNI US.

3.28 LifeStar ACT Ambulatory Cardiac Telemetry

3.28.1 LifeStar ACT Products

3.28.2 LifeStar ACT Ex

3.29 GenesisHealthTechnologies HealthPia

3.29.1 GenesisHealthTechnologies HealthPia Glucose Meter (GlucoPack™)

3.29.2 GenesisHealthTechnologies BP Cuff

3.29.3 GenesisHealthTechnologies HealthPia Thermo Weight Scale

3.29.4 GenesisHealthTechnologies Glucose Information And Testing Security

3.30 IgeaCare Igeacom300Systems Nurse Call Devices

3.30.1 IgeaCare Igeacom500 Systems

3.30.2 IgeaCare Igeacom700 Systems

3.31 LifeSync Wireless Lead System

3.31.1 LifeSync Wireless ECG System

3.32 SHL Telemedicine Ltd. CARDIOSEN'C™

3.32.1 SHL Telemeidicine CARDIOBEEPER12/12™

3.32.2 SHL Telemedicine CARDIOPOCKET™

3.32.3 SHL Telemedicine TELEMARKER™ Transtelephonic Cardiac Blood Testing Device

3.32.4 SHL Telemedicine TELEPRESS™

3.33 MedApps

3.33.1 MedApps Wireless Mobile Health Monitoring

3.33.2 MedApps Wireless Health Monitoring

3.33.3 MedApps Mobile Wireless Health Monitoring System

3.33.4 MedApps HealthPAL

3.33.5 MedApps HealthCOM

3.33.6 MedApps HealthLINK –

3.33.7 MedPAL Medication Compliance

3.34 Apollo Products / Solutions

3.35 Heart Imaging Technologies

3.36 Telemedicine Electronic Components and Modules Worldwide

3.37 Intel Telemedicine Research and Innovation

3.37.1 Intel Telemedicine Technologies And Research Ecosystem

3.37.2 Intel Ethnographic Research In Healthcare

3.37.3 Intel Healthcare Research Global Understanding

3.37.4 Intel Healthcare Research Focus

3.37.5 Intel Research Portfolio Evidence-Based Innovation

3.37.6 Intel Acquires Wind River Systems

3.37.7 Intel Bringing Vital Information To The Point Of Care

3.37.8 Intel Innovation For Healthcare

3.37.9 Intel® Health Guide Personal Health System

3.37.10 Intel® Health Guide

3.38 AMD Global Telemedicine

3.38.1 AMD Telemedicine In The Access Model

3.38.2 AMD Primary Care Telemedicine

3.38.3 AMD Global Telemedicine

3.38.4 AMD Cutting Edge Cardiology Applications

3.39 Authentidate Holding Secure Health Information Exchange And Workflow Management

3.40 Equipment and Software for Transmission of Medical Imaging, Telemedicine

3.41 Philips / Raytel Imaging Network

3.42 GE Digital Image Archive Telemedicine Inside a Facility

3.42.1 GE Centricity RIS/PACS Integrated Solutions

3.42.2 GE PACS eHealth

3.42.3 GE Central databank Supports Remote Care Delivery

3.43 Telemedicine for Public Health Agencies

3.44 Voxiva HealthConnect Suite Of Interactive Mobile Health Information Services

3.44.1 Voxiva HealthWatch

3.44.2 Voxiva Disease Reporting

3.44.3 Voxiva HealthWatch Database Mining

3.44.4 Voxiva HealthWatch Outbreak Detection and Analysis

3.44.5 Voxiva HealthWatch Alerts on Health Events

3.44.6 Voxiva Case Investigation

3.44.7 Voxiva Outbreak Management

3.44.8 Voxiva Platform Solutions

3.45 Rivulet Communications Medical Video

3.45.1 Rivulet’s Advanced Multimedia Telemedicine Solution

3.46 Pelham Sloane Mobile And Home Based Telemedicine

4. Telemedicine Technology

4.1 Telemedicine Product Lifecycle Accelerating
4.1.1 Personal Computer Based Systems Provide Significant Advantages

4.1.2 Telemedicine Establishes Professional Relationships, Builds Referral Patterns

4.1.3 Machine-to-Machine Sensing

4.2 Bosch Studies 600 Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) Patients –

4.2.1 Better Care For Hypertensive Patients

4.2.2 Accurate Non-Invasive Blood Pressure Measurement in the Critically Ill patient

4.2.3 Automated Blood Pressure Device Calibration Method

4.3 Patient Assessment

4.3.1 Accurate Blood Pressure Measurement

4.3.2 Accuracy And Clinical Validation Of The SunTech 247

4.3.3 Accurate Blood Pressure Measurement

4.3.4 Evidence-Based Innovation

4.4 Intel Telemedicine Cultivating Collaborations

4.4.1 Technology Research for Independent Living

4.4.2 Behavioral Assessment and Intervention Commons

4.4.3 Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST)

4.4.4 Everyday Technologies in Alzheimer Care (ETAC)

4.4.5 Oregon Center for Aging and Tech (ORCATECH)

4.5 People-Centered Research

4.5.1 Technology Innovation Starts With People

4.6 Disease Conditions and Medical Care Categories

4.6.1 Diabetes

4.6.2 Chronic Care

4.6.3 Cardiac Care

4.6.4 Cardiology

4.6.5 Oncology

4.6.6 Women’s health

4.6.7 Regulatory Requirements

4.6.8 Atrial Fibrillation

4.6.9 Atrial Fibrillation Printout

4.6.10 Increased Risk of Stroke

4.7 Real Time Locating System (RTLS)

4.8 Technological Trends

4.8.1 Thin Film Lithium And Lithium Ion Batteries

4.8.2 Thin Film Battery Market Driving Forces

4.9 Thin Film Solid-State Battery Construction

4.10 Science And Medical Technology

4.10.1 Physical Therapy

4.10.2 Treatment Trends

5. Telemedicine Company Profiles

5.1 Aerotel Medical Systems

5.1.1 Aerotel Medical Systems / Tadiran LifeCare

5.1.2 Aerotel Medical Systems Mobile-CliniQ™ Affordable Personal Mobile Health Solution

5.1.3 Aerotel Medical Systems Connect-Cell™ - Cellular-Based Homecare Data Hub

5.2 AMD Global Telemedicine

5.2.1 AMD Global Telemedicine Director of Clinical training

5.3 American Heartcare Limited AHL

5.4 Apollo Telemedicine Networking Foundation

5.5 Authentidate Holding

5.6 Bosch Group

5.6.1 Bosch Group / Health Hero Network

5.6.2 Bosch Group / ViTel Net

5.6.3 Bosch / ViTelNet Range Of Services

5.6.4 Bosch Group Charitable Ownership

5.6.5 Bosch Group Healthcare

5.6.6 Bosch Health Hero Network

5.6.7 Bosch Group Sales Revenue

5.6.8 Bosch Automotive Technology sales

5.6.9 Bosch Industrial Technology Sales

5.6.10 Bosch Consumer Goods and Building Technology Sales

5.7 Cardiocom

5.7.1 Cardiocom Telemonitoring System

5.7.2 Cardiocom Telemonitoring Used By Major Managed Care Organizations

5.8 Cardionet

5.8.1 CardioNet Positioning

5.8.2 CardioNet Acquisition—PDSHeart, Inc.

5.9 Cincom Systems

5.10 Cisco

5.10.1 Cisco Strategy and Focus Areas

5.11 Contec

5.11.1 Contec Medical Group

5.12 EHTEL eHealth

5.12.1 EHTEL Structure

5.13 GE

5.13.1 General Electric Revenues

5.13.2 GE Healthcare

5.14 GenerationOne

5.14.1 GenerationOne Mobile Collaborative Care Solution

5.14.2 GenerationOne / FireFly Mobile

5.14.3 GenesisHealthTechnologies / HealthPia

5.15 HeartIT

5.16 Hewlett-Packard / 3Com

5.16.1 HP Full Year Fiscal 2009

5.16.2 Hewlett Packard (HP) / 3Com Corporation

5.16.3 3Com Corporation

5.16.4 3Com Healthcare Customers

5.17 Honeywell

5.18 IBM

5.18.1 IBM Business Partnering Strategy

5.18.2 IBM Strategic Priorities

5.18.3 IBM BPM Powered By Smart SOA

5.18.4 IBM Delivers Integration and Innovation to Clients

5.18.5 IBM Business Model

5.18.6 IBM Unified Communications In The Cloud Architecture

5.18.7 IBM LotusLive Cloud-Based Portfolio Of Social Networking And Collaboration Services

5.18.8 IBM Revenue

5.18.9 IBM Q1 2009 Revenue

5.18.10 IBM Q2 2009 Revenue

5.18.11 IBM Software Capabilities

5.18.12 IBM Systems and Technology Capabilities

5.18.13 IBM Worldwide Organizations

5.18.14 IBM Integrated Supply Chain

5.18.15 IBM Security

5.18.16 Financing Makes the IBM System z More Efficient

5.19 IgeaCare Solutions

5.19.1 IgeaCare Telephony Based Communication Systems

5.20 Intel

5.20.1 Intel Operating Segments

5.20.2 Intel / Wind River

5.20.3 Intel Silicon Innovation

5.21 LifeSync Corp.

5.22 Lifewatch

5.22.1 LifeWatch Revenue

5.23 MedApps, Inc.

5.23.1 MedApps Personal Health Device

5.23.2 MedApps Receives FDA Clearance on a New Way to Bring Cost-Effective Remote Health Monitoring

5.23.3 MedApps Innovative Solutions

5.24 Mednet Healthcare Technologies

5.25 NuPhysicia LLC

5.25.1 NuPhysicia Telemedicine Programs

5.26 OCS

5.27 Philips

5.27.1 Philips Healthcare

5.27.2 Philips Key Revenue Data

5.28 Pelham Sloane

5.29 Polycom

5.29.1 Polycom Telemedicine Products and Services:

5.29.2 Polycom And AMD Global Telemedicine Delivers Integrated Visual And Voice Telehealth Capability To Clinicians

5.30 ProInfoNet

5.30.1 New England Telehealth Consortium

5.30.2 ProInfoNet Web development And Market Research

5.31 Rivulet

5.31.1 Rivulet Telemedicine

5.32 SHL Telemedicine Ltd.

5.33 Siemens

5.33.1 Siemens Comprehensive Healthcare

5.33.2 Siemens Computed Tomography (CT)

5.33.3 Siemens Combines Imaging Systems And Evaluation Software And Bundle Them Into A Complete Client-Server Solution

5.33.4 Siemens Molecular imaging meets computed tomography

5.34 Karl Storz Endoscopy-America / Global Care Quest

5.35 Suntech

5.35.1 SunTech Medical Development & Acquisition Plans

5.36 Voxiva

5.37 Wolters Kluwer Health

5.37.1 Wolters Kluwer Health

5.37.2 Wolters Kluwer Health Medi-Span®

5.37.3 Wolters Kluwer Health Facts & Comparisons®

5.38 XTend Medical Corporation

5.38.1 XTend Medical Partners

5.38.2 XTend Medical Telemedicine Solution

5.38.3 Xtend / BioHarp UNI US.

5.38.4 XTend Medical Business Model

5.38.5 XTend Revenue Model

5.38.6 XTend / BioHarp

5.38.7 XTend Medical Purchase Agreement With BioHarp, Korea

5.38.8 XTend Medical / AmeriChoice

5.39 Selected Other Telemedicine Companies

5.39.1 A&D

5.39.2 AMD

5.39.3 American TeleCare

5.39.4 Applied Medical Solutions

5.39.5 Arinc

5.39.6 AT&T

5.39.7 Canon

5.39.8 Cisco

5.39.9 Centura Health

5.39.10 Chorus Call

5.39.11 Clinidata

5.39.12 CSI

5.39.13 Delphi Medical Systems

5.39.14 e-TelMed

5.39.15 GlobalMedia

5.39.16 iMDsoft

5.39.17 iMetrikus

5.39.18 Interactive Solutions

5.39.19 Nonin® Medical

5.39.20 Polycom

5.39.21 Qualcomm

5.39.22 RSA Medical

5.39.23 SHL Telemedicine

5.39.24 Sony

5.39.25 Tandberg

5.39.26 Telemedicus

5.39.27 VBrick Systems

5.39.28 Visicu

5.39.29 Verizon

5.39.30 ViTel Net

5.39.31 Viterion TeleHealthcare

5.39.32 Wire One Communications

5.39.33 Zydacron

LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES:

Table ES-1 ES
Telemedicine Systems Market Driving Forces

Figure ES-2 ES
Telemedicine Software, Equipment, and Services Worldwide

Market Shares, Dollars, 2009

Table ES-3 ES
Telemedicine Software, Equipment, and Services Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Figure 1-1

How Telemedicine Works.

Figure 1-2

Usage of Telemedicine

Table 1-3

Benefits Of Telemedicine

Table 1-3 (Continued)

Benefits Of Telemedicine

Table 1-4

Medical Subspecialty Use of Telemedicine

Table 1-4 (Continued)

Medical Subspecialty Use of Telemedicine

Table 1-5

Telemedicine Approaches

Table 1-6

WinterGreen Research Has Formalized A Vision Of The Evolution Of Healthcare Economic Models

Figure 1-7

Number of US Homecare and Hospice Agencies

Figure 1-8

US Homecare Payment Source

Figure 1-9

US Homecare Patients Receiving Help

Table 1-10

Home Health Quality of Care Measures

Table 1-10 (Continued)

Home Health Quality of Care Measures

Table 1-10 (Continued)

Home Health Quality of Care Measures

Table 1-11

Senior Homecare Assessment

Table 1-11 (Continued)

Senior Homecare Assessment

Table 1-11 (Continued)

Senior Homecare Assessment

Table 1-12

Medicare Program Payment Conditions

Table 1-13

Home Care Services Payors

Table 1-14

Homecare Information System Software Characteristics

Table 1-14 (Continued)

Homecare Information System Software Characteristics

Table 1-15

Market Characteristics For Evaluation of Homecare Information System Software Vendors

Table 1-16

Home Care Services Billing Issues

Table 1-17

JCAHO ORYX Requirements

Table 1-17 (Continued)

JCAHO ORYX Requirements

Table 1-18

Home Care Standard Services Provided

Table 1-19

Home Care Specialty Services Provided

Table 1-20

Home Market Information System Software Market Segment

Table 1-21

Factors Relating To Value Of Home Health Care Over Institutional Care

Table 1-22

Studies Illustrate Patients Choose Home Care

Table 1-23

Home Health Savings

Table 1-24

Home Healthcare Services Target Markets

Table 1-25

Home Medical Equipment Market Segments

Table 1-27

Home Care Services Billing Issues

Table 1-28

Home Care Services Billing Changes Needed

Table 1-29

JCAHO ORYX Requirements

Table 1-29 (Continued)

JCAHO ORYX Requirements

Table 1-30

Worldwide Homecare Information Systems Market Positioning

Table 1-30 (Continued)

Worldwide Homecare Information Systems Market Positioning

Table 1-31

Strategies For Offering Technology Solutions To The Home Healthcare Industry

Table 1-32

Homecare Information Systems Market Trends

Table 2-1

Telemedicine Systems Market Driving Forces

Table 2-2

Telemonitoring Systems Market Driving Forces

Figure 2-3

Telemedicine Software, Equipment, and Services Worldwide Market Shares, Dollars, 2009

Figure 2-4

Telemedicine Software, Equipment, and Services Worldwide Market Shares, Dollars, 2009

Table 2-5

Categories Of Telemedicine

Figure 2-6

Telemedicine Equipment Worldwide Market Shares, Dollars, 2009

Table 2-7

Telemedicine Equipment Worldwide Market Shares, Dollars, 2009

Table 2-8

Contec Medical Group Patient Monitors
Table 2-8 (Continued)

Contec Medical Group Patient Monitors

Table 2-9

Contec Medical Patient Monitors

Figure 2-10

Telemedicine Electronic Components and Modules Worldwide Market Shares, 2009

Figure 2-11

Telemedicine Electronic Components and Modules Worldwide Market Shares, 2009

Figure 2-12

Telemedicine Medical Imaging, Equipment, Software, and Services Market Shares, Worldwide, Dollars, 2009

Table 2-13

Telemedicine Medical Imaging, Equipment, Software, and Services Market Shares, Dollars, 2009

Table 2-14

Telemedicine Software and (SaaS) Worldwide Market Shares, Dollars, 2009

Table 2-15

Telemedicine Software and (SaaS) Worldwide Market Shares, Dollars, 2009

Table 2-16

Mobile Telemedicine Remote Monitoring Equipment and Services Market Shares, Dollars, 2009

Table 2-17

Mobile Telemedicine Remote Monitoring Equipment and Services Market Shares, Dollars, 2009

Table 2-18

MedApps Solutions Benefits

Figure 2-19

Mobile Cardiac Arrhythmia Monitoring Equipment and Services Market Shares, Worldwide, Dollars, 2009

Table 2-20

Mobile Cardiac Arrhythmia Monitoring Equipment and Services Market Shares, Worldwide, Dollars, 2009

Figure 2-21

Telemedicine Services Oriented Architecture SOA and Networking Worldwide Market Shares, 2009

Figure 2-22

Telemedicine Services Oriented Architecture SOA and Networking Worldwide Market Shares, 2009

Table 2-23

US Chronic Conditions

Table 2-24

U.S. Patients with One or More Chronic Diseases

Figure 2-25

Telemedicine Equipment and Services Worldwide Market Segments, 2009

Table 2-26

Telemedicine Equipment and Services Worldwide Market Segments, 2009

Figure 2-27

Telemedicine Equipment and Services Worldwide Market Segments, 2016

Figure 2-28

Telemedicine Equipment and Services Worldwide Market Segments, 2016

Table 2-29

Telemedicine Software, Equipment, and Services Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Table 2-30

Telemedicine Equipment and Services Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Figure 2-31

Telemedicine Equipment Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Figure 2-32

Telemedicine Components and Modules Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Figure 2-33

Medical Imaging Telemedicine Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Figure 2-34

Mobile Telemedicine Remote Monitoring Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Figure 2-35

Mobile Cardiac Arrhythmia Monitoring Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Figure 2-36

Telemedicine Networking Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Figure 2-37

Telemedicine Applications Software and Software as a Service SaaS Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Table 2-38

Telemedicine Software, Equipment, and Services Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Table 2-39

Telemedicine Software, Equipment, and Services Market Forecasts, Worldwide, Dollars, 2010-2016

Table 2-40

Telemedicine Regional Market Segments, 2009

Table 2-41

Telemedicine Regional Market Segments, 2009

Figure 3-1

Philips Arrythmia Diagnosis

Figure 3-2

Philips Clinical Data Services Cycle

Table 3-3

LifeWatch Services Complete, State-Of-The-Art
Outpatient Solution

Table 3-4

LifeWatch Services NiteWatch Home Sleep Testing

Table 3-5

McKesson Telehealth Advisor Functions

Figure 3-6

Meditech Tele-management Device

Table 3-7

Meditech well@home Device Functions:

Table 3-8

well@home Telemonitoring Device Alert Management

Figure 3-9

Meditech well@home – Beyond telemonitoring … Telemanagement

Table 3-10

Aerotel BP-Tel™ Transtelephonic Blood Pressure Monitor Applications
Table 3-11

Aerotel BP-Tel™ Transtelephonic Blood Pressure Monitor Features

Table 3-12

Aerotel BP-Tel™ Transtelephonic Blood Pressure Monitor Benefits

Figure 3-13

Aerotel BP-Tel™ Transtelephonic Blood Pressure Monitor

Table 3-14

Aerotel Tele-CliniQ™Applications:

Table 3-15

Aerotel Tele-CliniQ™ Features:

Table 3-16

Aerotel Tele-CliniQ™ Benefits

Figure 3-17

Aerotel Tele-CliniQ™ Personal Multi-Parameter
Medical Acquisition Center for Homecare

Figure 3-18

Aerotel Tele-CliniQ™ Personal Multi-Parameter
Medical Acquisition Components

Figure 3-19

Cardiocom Telemonitoring systems

Table 3-20

Cardiocom Telemonitoring Vital Signs Monitored

Table 3-21

Cardiocom Thin-Link®

Table 3-22

Cardiocom GlucoCom Diabetes System Features

Table 3-23

CardiocomAutoLink functions

Table 3-24

Cardiocom AutoLink Features

Figure 3-25

Cardiocom GlucoCom

Table 3-26

Cardiocom Integrated System For Communication

Table 3-27

Cardiocom Types of Reports

Table 3-28

Cardiocom Reporting Items

Figure 3-29

Cardiocom Complete Home Monitoring and Data
Management System

Table 3-30

Cardiocom TELESCALE'S Powerful Features

Table 3-31

Cardiocom Compact Telescale®

Table 3-32

Cardiocom Cardio-Plan™ Functions

Table 3-33

Cardiocom Respiratory-Plan™

Table 3-34

Santrax Telephony Benefits:

Table 3-34 (Continued)

Santrax Telephony Benefits:

Table 3-35

Santrax Home Health Care Benefits:

Table 3-36

Santrax Functionality

Table 3-37

Santrax Benefits

Figure 3-38

AHL Telemedecine Specialty Center

Figure 3-39

AHL Telemedecine Consulting Center

Table 3-40

AHL Telemedicine Services

Table 3-41

Consultation using AHL Occurs On Following Reports

Table 3-42

AHL Disease Conditions Managed

Figure 3-43

Honeywell Genesis Telemonitor

Table 3-44

Honeywell Sentry Telehealth Monitor Features

Table 3-44 (Continued)

Honeywell Sentry Telehealth Monitor Features

Table 3-45

Central Station Diagnostic Screens

Table 3-46

Honeywell Health Center Kiosks

Table 3-47

iHelix Telecare Remote Physician Consultation
Solution Patient Advantages

Table 3-48

GenerationOne Mobile Health Solution Functions

Table 3-49

3Com Systems For Medical Laboratory Services

Table 3-49 (Continued)

3Com Systems For Medical Laboratory Services

Table 3-50

IBM Telemedicine Initiatives

Table 3-51

Aruba Networks Hospital Wireless LAN Reliability

Table 3-52

Aruba Networks Hospital Wireless LAN Areas Of
Focus For Technology

Table 3-53 Contec Medical Group Patient Monitors

Contec Medical Group

Patient Monitors
Table 3-53 (Continued) Contec Medical Group

Patient Monitors

Table 3-54

Contec Medical Patient Monitors

Table 3-55

Contec Medical NIBP/Spo2 Patient Monitor

Table 3-56

Contec Medical NIBP/Spo2 Patient Monitor
Features and Benefits

Table 3-56 (Continued)

Contec Medical NIBP/Spo2 Patient Monitor
Features and Benefits

Table 3-56 (Continued)

Contec Medical NIBP/Spo2 Patient Monitor
Features and Benefits

Table 3-57

CardioNet’s Event Monitoring Product Functions

Table 3-58

CardioNet Dual Alert Afib Monitor Features:

Figure 3-59

CardioNet Dual Alert Afib Monitor:

Table 3-60

CardioNet Looping Multi-Event Monitor

Figure 3-61

CardioNet Non-Looping Chest Plate Event Monitor

Figure 3-62

CardioNet Holter Monitor

Figure 3-63

XTend Program For Patient Monitoring

Table 3-64

HealthPia juvenile diabetes Functions

Figure 3-65

GenesisHealthTechnologies HealthPia
Glucose Meter (GlucoPack™)

Figure 3-66

GenesisHealthTechnologies HealthPia Glucose
Meter (GlucoPack™) Screens

Table 3-67

GenesisHealthTechnologies HealthPia Glucose
Meter (GlucoPack™) Communication Capability

Figure 3-68

GenesisHealthTechnologies HealthPia Cell Phone

Table 3-69

Key Features Of The Igeacom301

Table 3-69 (Continued)

Key Features Of The Igeacom301

Figure 3-70

LifeSync® System LeadWear® Disposable
Leads Alarms For Patient Monitoring

Table 3-71

LifeSync® Wireless Lead System Benefits:
Table 3-71 (Continued)

LifeSync® Wireless Lead System Benefits:

Table 3-72

LifeSync® Telemetry System Functions

Table 3-73

Traditional Telemetry Lead Wire Systems Functions

Figure 3-74

LifeSync® System Components For Patient Monitoring

Table 3-75

LifeSync® Wireless Transceiver System Benefits:

Figure 3-76

LifeSync Cardiac Monitor Cable Adapters

Table 3-77

SHL Telemedicine CardioSen’C™ Personal Cellular
Digital 12 Lead ECG Features

Figure 3-78

SHL Telemedicine CardioSen’C™ Personal
Cellular-Digital 12 Lead ECG

Table 3-79

SHL Telemedicine CardioSen’C™ Personal Cellular
Digital 12 lead ECG Features / Advantages

Figure 3-80

SHL Telemedicine TELEMARKER™ Cardiac
Blood Testing Device

Table 3-81

SHL Telemeidicine TELEMARKER™ Features / Advantages

Table 3-82

SHL Telemedicine blood testing device Features / Advantages

Figure 3-83

SHL Telemedicine TELEPRESS™

Table 3-84

SHL Telemedicine TELEPRESS™ Features / Advantages

Table 3-85

MedApps Solutions Benefits

Table 3-86

MedApps Simplicity Solutions Base

Table 3-87

MedApps Affordability Solutions Base

Table 3-88

MedApps System

Figure 3-89

MedApps HealthPAL

Figure 3-90

MedApps HealthCOM Screens

Table 3-91

MedApps HealthCOM Features

Table 3-92

Intel Healthcare Research Focus

Table 3-92 (Continued)

Intel Healthcare Research Focus

Table 3-93

Intel Healthcare Underserved Regions Research Focus

Table 3-94

Intel Research Portfolio Evidence-Based
Telemedicine Innovation

Table 3-95

Intel Research Promoting Meds and Compliance
Telemedicine Innovation

Figure 3-96

AMD-3700 Telephonic Stethoscope

Figure 3-97

AMD-3100 Ausculette II Electronic Stethoscope

Figure 3-98

AMD-3200 Simulscope

Figure 3-99

AMD-3550 SmartSteth Digital Electronic Stethoscope

Figure 3-100

AMD-3875 12 Lead Interpretive ECG for PC
(Software/Hardware Combination

Figure 3-101

AMD-5625 Phased Array Probe for SmartProbeTM
Ultrasound

Figure 3-102

Philips / Raytel Imaging Network

Figure 3-103

GE Telemedicine Image Support

Table 3-104

GE Centricity RIS/PACS Integrated Solutions Functions

Figure 3-105

Voxiva Disease Conditions Served By Telemedicine

Figure 3-106

Voxiva HealthWatch

Figure 3-107

Voxiva Platform Solutions

Figure 3-108

Voxiva Systems Aiding To Detect And Prevent Swine Flu

Table 3-109

Rivulet Advanced Multimedia Telemedicine Solutions

Table 4-1

Automated Blood Pressure Device Calibration Method

Table 4-2

Intel Telemedicine Evidence-Based Innovation Functions

Table 4-2 (Continued)

Intel Telemedicine Evidence-Based Innovation Functions

Table 4-2 (Continued)

Intel Telemedicine Evidence-Based Innovation Functions

Table 4-3

Intel Telemedicine Research Focus

Table 4-4

Ethnographic Researchers Profile

Table 4-5

Symptoms Of Coronary Artery Disease

Table 4-6

Real Time Locating System (RTLS) Functions

Figure 4-7

Typical Structure Of A Thin Film Solid State Battery

Table 4-8

Factors Relating To Value Of Home Health Care
Over Institutional Care

Table 5-1

CardioNet Positioning

Table 5-2

Cincom Systems Industries Served

Table 5-3

Cincom Customers by Industry

Figure 5-4

Contec MEDICA Medical Exhibition In Dusseldorf

Figure 5-5

Contec Buildings

Table 5-6

3Com Healthcare Customers

Figure 5-7

IBM SMB Partner Go to Market Approach

Table 5-8

IBM Strategic Priorities

Table 5-9

Intel Operating Segments:

Table 5-10

Philips Healthcare Activities
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