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In-Dustry Update: Managed Services Adoption Trends and Spending: Healthcare
In-Stat/MDR, December 2006, Pages: 10
This report covers managed services adoption trends and spending in the healthcare market. Covered is the current state of MNS adoption and how it compares to in-house performance of IT functions as well as how this landscape will change over the next two years. Included are reasons why current, or would-be, MNS users have adopted managed services as well as what might drive future adoption.
Also included is a table that forecasts MNS spending through 2010 in the healthcare market broken down by the four sizes of US business sub-segments: SOHO-1 to 4 employees, small business-5 to 99 employees, mid-sized business-100 to 999 employees, and enterprise-1,000+ employees. The report is based upon primary research obtained in a recent survey that includes healthcare business network decision-makers.
This report is helpful to any service provider that currently offers, or is planning to offer a managed service to decision-makers in the healthcare market.
In This Update
Healthcare Shows Promise for Future MNS Adoption
Hosting is the Most Currently Out-Tasked Healthcare Function
Security Shows Potential for Future MNS Adoption
Accessing Technology Drives MNS Adoption
Healthcare Vertical Managed Services Spending, 20052010
Security Key to All Healthcare Managed Solutions
List of Tables
Table 1. Managed Services Spending (US$ in Millions)Healthcare, 20052010
List of Figures
Figure 1. Healthcare Has Lower Propensity to DIY Than Total US MarketHealthcare, 9/06
Figure 2. Hosting the Most Currently Out-Tasked FunctionHealthcare, 9/06
Figure 3. Security and Hosting Most Likely Functions to Switch to MNSHealthcare, 9/06
Figure 4. Accessing Technology a Main Driver for MNS AdoptersHealthcare, 9/06
Figure 5. MNS Adopters Likely to Buy More Managed Services in FutureHealthcare, 9/06
Figure 6. Knowledge of Organizations Use of Managed ServicesHealthcare, 9/06