Report: Global telemedicine market will hit $130B by 2025

Mobi Health News

Roughly half of the market will be within the US alone, although China and India are also poised for growth

Report: Telehealth Market Estimated to Reach $19.5B by 2025

Healthcare Informatics

billion by 2025, according to a report from market intelligence company Transparency Market Research The global telehealth market is projected to reach $19.5

Dyson set to lead the HealthTech market with Wearable Air Purifiers by 2025

Lloyd Price

Dyson has filed a patent for an interesting new wearable gadget and some are predicting it will become the next big trend in health tech.


UnitedHealth expects 150M members to be in value-based programs by 2025


UnitedHealth wants at least 150 million members to see providers in value-based contracts by 2025, CEO David Wichmann said at Bernstein Research’s annual conference on Thursday. Wichmann also weighed in on the use of point-of-sale drug rebates and his support for universal healthcare


The Pharma company of 2025 probably doesn’t look like a company that makes Medicines; it looks more like a Healthcare company

Lloyd Price

The pharma company of 2025 probably doesn’t look like a company that makes medicines; it looks more like a healthcare company.” The march of the millennials is gathering pace as they close in on being the largest adult sector of the population and a primary focus for healthcare.

A new digital divide is keeping older adults from accessing digital health


billion market by the end of 2025 compared to the $179.6 The digital divide used to be about who had internet access and who didn't, with broad implications for every aspect of life — especially health care. But digital health innovation is growing rapidly, with projections showing a $536.6

Most U.S. Physicians, Burned Out, Favor A Flavor of Single Payer Health System

Health Populi

But consider the statistic that, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges, there will be a shortage of 65,500 physicians expected in 2020, and 90,400 in 2025. Most physicians feel some level of burnout, hassled by electronic health records and lost autonomy.

Patient monitoring is evolving with artificial intelligence, sensors, smart technology, more

Healthcare IT News - Telehealth

" Rajagopalan added that, "as mHealth rapidly gains traction, wearables, telehealth, social media and patient engagement are expected to find adoption among more than half of the population in developed economies by 2025.

March 2019 Telemedicine News

Enzyme Health

View complete story in the New York Times > Report Predicts Telemedicine Industry at Nearly 130 Billion by 2025 A new report by market research and business intelligence firm Global Market Insights projects the telemedicine industry to cap 130 billion globally and 64 billion in the US by 2025.

The U.S. Can’t Afford Not to Have a Cure for Diabetes

Insulin Nation

Through 2025, health care spending, per capita, is projected to grow by 4.8% of GDP in 2025 will be attributable to health care services and prescription medications. sponsor.

Global Laboratory Information Systems Market Growth Expected to Be Driven by Increased Incidence of Various Infectious Diseases and Demand for Faster Diagnosis

Healthcare Guys

Mn by 2025 increasing at a CAGR of 8.5% However, software segment is projected to account for significant absolute $ opportunity during 2015–2025, owing to rise in product enhancements and advent of innovative LIS systems over the forecast period.


Isn’t It Eyeconic? Vision Care in the Evolving Health Care Ecosystem

Health Populi

per average internet user per month in 2025, $3.18 The vision/optical industry is one piece of the health/care ecosystem, but the segment has not been as directly impacted by patients’ new consumer muscles until just about now.

The U.S. is a Nation in Pain – America’s Life Expectancy Fell Again in 2016

Health Populi

The report’s forecast calculates that on the current growth path, deaths from alcohol, drugs and suicide could reach 2 million in 2025 based on a worst-case scenario. American saw the greatest number of deaths from suicide and alcohol- and drug-induced fatalities was recorded in 2016.

Detail Overview of Global Healthcare Middleware Market by 2018-2025: Top Key Players- Zoeticx, Inc., IBM, Informatica, Tibco Software Inc, Software AG, Oracle – Market Journal

Healthcare Guys

“Global Healthcare Middleware Market Analysis by 2025” is a professional and in-depth study of the healthcare middleware industry that is focused on global market trends. It also provides market size and forecasts by 2025 for the overall medical middleware market for five major regions- North America, Europe, Asia Pacific (APAC), Middle East and Africa (MEA) and Latin America.

EMIS bets on Blockchain with acquisition of Dovetail Lab as key part of Technology Roadmap

Lloyd Price

Existing Dovetail Lab shareholders (comprising management and early stage investors) will retain a 10% share of the original business subject to a call option in favour of EMIS Group exercisable between 2023 and 2025.

Aortic Valve Market by Overview, Growth Opportunities, Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis

Healthcare Guys

billion by 2025, according to P&S Market Research. The global aortic valve market is forecasted to attain revenue of $13.6 The different types of valves available in the aortic valve market are transcatheter valves, sutureless valves and others.


10 Ways Telemedicine Supports Behavioral Health


Experts predict we’ll be 250,000 workers short of projected demand by 2025. Nearly one in five U.S. adults live with a mental illness – but only 42 percent of them receive behavioral health services.

Harness Your Enterprise Data Warehouse Strategy


The International Data Corporation (IDC) estimates the amount of data in the world will reach 163 trillion gigabytes by 2025. It is a thought-provoking, long, and crucial process to create an enterprise data warehouse (EDW) stocked with relevant data. However, upon creation, this EDW will ease management, empower the business, and enhance the customer experience. A proper enterprise data strategy can empower a business.


Reducing Suicide Calls for Cross-Sector Collaboration

Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health

The National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention (Action Alliance) works with more than 250 national partners in reducing the annual suicide rate 20 percent by 2025.

Strengths, Opportunities, Constraints and Barriers to the Commercialisation of Evidence Based Digital Health Technologies in Australia

Lloyd Price

between 2017 and 2025, reaching $536.6 billion by the end of 2025.

Blockchain: Its Future in Healthcare is Happening Now

Phoenix Health Systems

billion by 2025, according to an April 2018 report from Interoperability. Blockchain. As of 2018, it’s difficult to talk about one without hearing about the other.

How Hospitals Are Beating the Healthcare IT Labor Shortage

Phoenix Health Systems

The Atlantic article notes that by 2025, 25% of adults will be over 55. By any measure, superior IT departments with highly specialized staff have become an essential factor in the success of today’s healthcare industry.

What happens when interoperability is solved?


They were there to paint a vision of our industry in 2025 and, as one of few vendors among a group of the titans of health care, I felt out of place and lucky to be there. The theme of the conference was 2025: A Healthcare Odyssey – The Journey to a New Tomorrow. She is standing in her bathroom, brushing her teeth while catching up on the morning news and weather, when the heads-up display in her mirror alerts her that her son is running a fever.

Japan plans 10 AI hospitals to ease doctor shortages

Lloyd Price

Japan's market related to AI-enhanced treatment is set to reach 15 billion yen by 2025, about four times the 2016 tally, according to research firm Fuji Keizai.

FemTech: The rise of Female Health innovation

Lloyd Price

Recent analysis from Frost and Sullivan shows this market to be worth up to $50bn by 2025. Silicon Valley Bank, and The Up Group recently hosted a breakfast on ‘Female Health Innovation’, often known as FemTech.

AI Adoption and How to Thrive in The 4th Industrial Revolution


IDC expects 175 zettabytes of data to be created worldwide by 2025 driven by cloud data centers, edge computing, and IoT devices. We live in a fantastic era of automated cars, drones delivering packages, chatbots taking fast food orders, and a new generation of robots’ co-existence with humans referred to as the 4th industrial revolution. AI has become an integral part of every discussion that I am in with a CXO.

EMR 62

Past Due for a Practical Cure?

Insulin Nation

In a recent Juvenile Diabetes Cure Alliance survey , 57% of patients with Type 1 diabetes say they expect a cure by 2025. Why should we have to wait until 2025? Commentary.


Reducing Suicide via Cross-Sector Collaboration

Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health

The National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention commissions more than 250 national partners in reducing the annual suicide rate 20 percent by 2025.

How the Rise of FemTech Can Help Transform Women's Health

Lloyd Price

And Frost & Sullivan forecasts that the FemTech market will reach $50 billion by 2025. Women represent as much as $20 trillion globally in annual consumer spending, yet many of their health needs remain unaddressed by the healthcare market.

Telehealth for Chronic Illnesses

American Well

These numbers will only grow as 50% of all Americans are projected to suffer some form of chronic illness by 2025, ranging from COPD to HIV. One of the biggest problems for people with chronic illnesses is continuity of care. This has been acknowledged for decades. Fixing the gaps in knowledge from one healthcare professional to another has been shown to improve patient health outcomes.

AMA's Save GME grassroots campaign

Medicine and Technology

That number is predicted to increase to 130,000 across all specialties by 2025. The AMA's new Save GME grassroots campaign makes it easy for medical students and physicians to urge their members of Congress to preserve GME funding and lift the federal cap on residency slots. Unless Congress acts first, GME will undergo untimely cuts in Medicare financing on March 1.

Detecting, Treating & Recovering from Stroke: How Telemedicine Can Help!

American Well

Knowing the early warning signs and getting rapid access to care are essential to reducing the effects of the stroke.

IoT: To where is the Internet of Things headed ?


billion devices in 2025. Over the past decade or so, Internet of Things (IoT) had been on a gradual slope of linear growth. But in recent years that slope has transmuted into a free fall. Everything is or is being connected to the internet, hence IoT! The IHS forecasts that the IoT market will grow from an installed base of 15.4 billion devices in 2015 to 30.7 billion devices by 2020 before doubling again to 75.4 Now that’s a lot of devices to be buzzing around among themselves.

Patient Engagement: Offer Telehealth or Risk Attrition

iSALUS Healthcare

By 2025, the Association of American Medical Colleges projects U.S. Patient engagement means a few different things. It means that your patients are invested in their personal health and are playing an active role in both following treatment plans as well as making healthy choices on their own. It is also the effort and time a patient spends communicating with their physician regarding their health, both in and out of the office.

Are you ready to become the hospital of the future?

American Well

According to the Association of American Medical Colleges , we will face a shortage of up to 90,000 physicians by 2025. Featured In : HIT Leaders and News Written By: Jackie Busch, Vice President of Clinical Services, Avizia. Not surprisingly, the hospital of the future will require technology solutions like telehealth to meet growing patient demands for remote access to health information and providers.

Medical technology firms gets personal with ‘Digital Twins’

Lloyd Price

billion by 2025 from $2.4 Armed with a mouse and computer screen instead of a scalpel and operating theater, cardiologist Benjamin Meder carefully places the electrodes of a pacemaker in a beating, digital heart.