The global telemedicine market is segmented on the basis of Service Type, Technology, Application and Geography. Telemedicine services are offered in the form of Telehome and Telehospital/Teleclinic. The Telehospital segment dominates the market whereas Telehome services are growing at a faster rate. Based on technology, the telemedicine market is segmented into Telecom, Software, Hardware and Network. Telemedicine has a wide range of applications which includes Telecardiology, Telepathology, Teleradiology, Telepsychiatry and other sectors. The Telecardiology market is growing at a faster rate due to the rising incidence of cardiac disorders. Geographically, the global telemedicine market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and LAMEA. The United States government has taken the initiative to support telemedicine services and increase its adoption in hospitals through proposed Medicare and Medicaid programs.
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KEY MARKET SEGMENTS
The global telemedicine market is segmented into four broad categories: service type, technology, applications and geography.
MARKET BY SERVICE TYPE
MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY
MARKET BY APPLICATION
MARKET BY GEOGRAPHY
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