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電気通信、ITおよびヘルスケア:ワイヤレスネットワーク、デジタルヘルスケアおよび米国におけるヘルスケアの変革(2012年〜2017年)

Telecom, IT and Healthcare: Wireless Networks, Digital Healthcare and the Transformation of US Healthcare, 2012-2017

発行 Insight Research Corporation 商品コード 239821
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電気通信、ITおよびヘルスケア:ワイヤレスネットワーク、デジタルヘルスケアおよび米国におけるヘルスケアの変革(2012年〜2017年) Telecom, IT and Healthcare: Wireless Networks, Digital Healthcare and the Transformation of US Healthcare, 2012-2017
出版日: 2012年06月25日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

米国における病院、医師、製薬企業および保険業者のエコシステムは3兆米ドル規模に達しています。米国のヘルスケア市場は今後、2017年まで電気通信サービス・機器へ1000億米ドル以上を支出する見込みです。

当レポートでは、世界におけるヘルスケアITの変革、プロバイダーケアの動向、および産業を形成する影響力について調査分析し、主な人口統計と技術促進因子の分析、ヘルスケアセグメント・技術別によるハードウェア・ネットワークサービスの収益・売上高の5ヵ年予測などを提供しており、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 ヘルスケアITの変革

  • 背景
  • ヘルスケアの蔓延
  • ヘルスケアにおける電気通信の役割
  • 電気通信を通してヘルスケアを改革する
  • ヘルスケアに影響する政府イニシアチブ
  • ヘルスケアプロバイダーの合併
  • 国際
  • 将来のヘルスケア電気通信動向
  • サービスプロバイダーの機会

第3章 ヘルスケア市場のセグメント

  • 米国のヘルスケア市場
  • 市場セグメント

第4章 ヘルスケアアプリケーション

  • 画像保管通信システム(PACS)
  • テレメディスン
  • ホームヘルスモニタリング
  • 電子処方箋
  • 診療・手術管理
  • EHR
  • HIE(医療情報交換)
  • 国・地域のヘルスケアネットワーク
  • モバイルアプリケーション

第5章 ヘルスケア産業における電気通信サービス促進の影響因子

  • ヘルスケアにおける電気通信の役割
  • 米国の人口動向
  • 世界の人口・平均寿命
  • ヘルスケアコスト
  • ヘルスケア雇用
  • ヘルスケア施設
  • 入院
  • 診療所・ラボ
  • 医師
  • 看護士
  • 薬剤師
  • ヘルスケアIT

第6章 ヘルスケア改革を促進する電気通信・IT技術

  • 情報・帯域幅
  • 有線ネットワークサービス
  • ワイヤレスネットワークサービス
  • マネージドサービス・アウトソーシング
  • 機器
  • クラウドコンピューティング

第7章 ヘルスケアの予測:2012年〜2017年

  • 予測のサマリー
  • 調査手法
  • ヘルスケア産業のメトリクス
  • サービス予測
  • ヘルスケアプロバイダーの予測
  • ヘルスケア機器の予測
  • 価格・普及率予測
  • 結論

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目次

In the US, the $3 trillion ecosystem of hospitals, physicians, pharmaceutical companies, and insurance providers that make up the healthcare industry will be spending over $100 billion between now and 2017 on telecommunications services and equipment. The healthcare industry in Europe, Asia, and Latin America is similarly challenged. The compound effect of an aging population and advances in clinical treatment technologies will require new healthcare delivery systems that can synthesize diagnostic data, provide immediate clinical recommendations, and build a repository of healthcare information that will advance future treatments.

Rising healthcare industry costs and a shortage of skilled staff have created a lucrative opportunity for technology and service providers, as hospitals and other front-line healthcare providers look to adopt new technologies and outsource procedures to low-cost providers. Fiber optics, wireless access, and digital transmission will transform healthcare networks while extending care to remote patients via telemedicine applications. This industry is methodically moving towards a new generation of networking technology and electronic patient information.

This study examines the transformation of global healthcare information technology, trends in provider care, and forces that shape this massive industry. We survey a number of hospitals and care providers and make recommendations for telecom service providers, equipment manufacturers, and systems integrators who address this industry. The study identifies key demographic and technology drivers that will shape this transformation. Finally, we provide five-year revenue and unit forecasts for hardware and network services, by healthcare segment, by technology.

Report Excerpt

US Healthcare and Telecommunications

Insight has been tracking the unique requirements of the Healthcare IT and Telecom market since 2000. We recognize the importance of the healthcare sector in the US economy and the attractiveness of this market for service provides and equipment vendors. Many of the predictions made in our previous report, Telecommunications, IT and Healthcare: Wireless Networks, Digital Healthcare and the Transformation of US Healthcare, 2009-2014, have come to pass. Healthcare has increased in every dimension, including per capita spending, insurance premiums, out-of-pocket payments, rates of treatment, and healthcare employment.

The volume of healthcare transactions and the amount of electronic information exchanged over healthcare networks continues to grow faster than any other vertical industry. Telecommunications providers have responded to the increasing demand with more bandwidth, higher performance, and mobility solutions. In the US, Congress, following the Obama administration's lead, has passed legislation to extend healthcare coverage to the uninsured and dependents, raising the demand for health care services while simultaneously trying to solve the cost challenges that accompany this growth.

Since our last report, healthcare IT service and software providers have grown through consolidation, providing more integrated healthcare solutions - combining wireline and wireless networks and integrating IT platforms with healthcare applications. These providers continue to expand ......

Market Segmentation

Total US Healthcare Telecom Service Spending

  • Wireline
  • Wireless
  • Other

US Healthcare Wireline Spending

  • Broadband
  • Local/Metro
  • WAN

US Healthcare Wireless Spending

  • WLAN/UMA
  • Cellular

Total Telecom Service Spending by Healthcare Provider Type

  • Hospital
  • Physician
  • Other Practitioner
  • Nursing Care
  • Clinics and Labs

Cellular Telecom Service Spending by Healthcare Provider Type

  • Hospital
  • Physician
  • Other Practitioner
  • Nursing Care
  • Clinics and Labs

Number of Healthcare Facilities

  • Hospital
  • Physician Offices
  • Nursing Care
  • Clinics and Labs

US Healthcare Practitioners

  • Physician
  • Other Practitioner
  • Other (ex. Pharma)

Table of Contents

Chapter I - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. US Healthcare and Telecommunications
  • 1.2. Healthcare Industry Telecommunications Spending

Chapter II - HEALTHCARE IT TRANSFORMATION

  • 2.1. Background
  • 2.2. Pervasive Healthcare
  • 2.3. The Role of Telecommunications in Healthcare
  • 2.4. Transforming Healthcare through Telecommunications
  • 2.5. Government Initiatives Impacting Healthcare
  • 2.6. Healthcare Provider Consolidation
  • 2.7. International
  • 2.8. Future Healthcare Telecommunications Trends
  • 2.9. Service Provider Opportunities

Chapter III - HEALTHCARE MARKET SEGMENTATION

  • 3.1. US Healthcare Market
  • 3.2. Market Segments
    • 3.2.1. Hospitals
    • 3.2.2. Physician Offices
    • 3.2.3. Nursing
    • 3.2.4. Clinics
    • 3.2.5. Nursing Homes
    • 3.2.6. Home Care
    • 3.2.7. Pharmaceuticals
    • 3.2.8. Other Segments

Chapter IV - HEALTHCARE APPLICATIONS

  • 4.1. Picture Archiving and Communication Systems
  • 4.2. Telemedicine
  • 4.3. Home Health Monitoring
  • 4.4. Electronic Prescription
  • 4.5. Practice and Operations Management
    • 4.5.1. Integrated Health Managers
  • 4.6. Electronic Health Records
  • 4.7. Healthcare Information Exchanges
  • 4.8. National and Regional Healthcare Networks
  • 4.9. Mobile Applications

Chapter V - HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY FORCES DRIVING TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES

  • 5.1. Telecommunications' Role in Healthcare
  • 5.2. US Population Trends
  • 5.3. World Population and Life Expectancy
  • 5.4. Healthcare Costs
  • 5.5. Healthcare Employment
  • 5.6. Healthcare Establishments
  • 5.7. Hospitalization
  • 5.8. Clinics and Labs
  • 5.9. Physicians
  • 5.10. Nursing
  • 5.11. Pharmaceuticals
  • 5.12. Healthcare IT

Chapter VI - TELECOM AND IT TECHNOLOGY DRIVING HEALTHCARE TRANSFORMATION

  • 6.1. Information and Bandwidth
  • 6.2. Wireline Network Services
    • 6.2.1. Wireline Access
    • 6.2.2. Broadband DSL & Cable
    • 6.2.3. Fiber-to-the-Home and Building
    • 6.2.4. E thernet Services
  • 6.3. Wireless Network Services
    • 6.3.1. Wireless Services and Coverage
    • 6.3.2. Wireless Access
    • 6.3.3. WiMAX and LTE
  • 6.4. Managed Services and Outsourcing
  • 6.5. Equipment
  • 6.6. Cloud Computing

Chapter VII - HEALTHCARE FORECASTS, 2012-2017

  • 7.1. Forecast Summary
  • 7.2. Methodology
  • 7.3. Healthcare Industry Metrics
  • 7.4. Services Forecast
  • 7.5. Healthcare Provider Forecast
  • 7.6. Healthcare Equipment Forecast
  • 7.7. Pricing and Penetration Forecasts
  • 7.8. Conclusion

Table of Figures

Chapter - I

  • I-1. Total US Healthcare Telecom Service Revenues, 2012-2017

Chapter - II

  • II-1. Healthcare Networks
  • II-2. Mobile Telephone Service Trends, 2006-2011
  • II-3. Wireless Spectrum, 1994-2009
  • II-4. US Personal Consumption: 1980, 2009
  • II-5. Telemedicine Network
  • II-6. Global Carrier Revenue by Region
  • II-7. International Healthcare Expenditures as a Percentage of GDP, 2003-2010

Chapter - III

  • III-1. US Hospitals
  • III-2. US Healthcare Clinics
  • III-3. US Nursing Homes Distribution
  • III-4. US Home Care Workers

Chapter - IV

  • IV-1. Picture Archiving and Communication System
  • IV-2. Home Monitoring Applications
  • IV-5. ePrescribing Transactions
  • IV-3. Practice Management Applications
  • IV-4. Electronic Health Records Adoption by Physician Practice Size
  • IV-6. Healthcare Information Exchange Data Quality
  • IV-7. NHIN Model

Chapter - V

  • V-1. US Life Expectancy, 1950-2025
  • V-2. US Population by Age Group, 2010-2050
  • V-3. US Population Growth Rates, 2000-2025
  • V-4. World Population, 1950-2050
  • V-5. U S Healthcare Costs , 1980-2020
  • V-6. US Healthcare Costs as Percent of GDP, 1980-2016
  • V-7. US Healthcare Expenditures Distribution by Provider, 2000-2015
  • V-8. US Healthcare Funding Sources, 2000-2020
  • V-9. Uninsured Population, 1987-2013
  • V-10. US Job Growth, 2008-2018
  • V-11. US Healthcare Job Growth, 2008-2018
  • V-12. US Firms (Millions)
  • V-13. US Establishments (Millions)
  • V-14. US Employment (Millions)
  • V-15. US Hospital Beds, Occupancy, and Personnel, 1980-2009
  • V-16. US Hospitals vs. Outpatient Visits, 1980-2009
  • V-17. National Employment of Laboratory Workers by Industry Setting
  • V-18. Number of Physicians, 1980-2020
  • V-19. Nursing Work Settings
  • V-20. Worldwide Pharmaceutical Per Capita Spending Comparison
  • V-21. Number of Pharmacists, 1970 to 2030
  • V-22. Active Pharmacists per 100,000 Resident Population in the US

Chapter - VI

  • VI-1. Free Space Optics Installation
  • VI-2. US Broadband Subscribers, 2012 to 2017
  • VI-3. US Wireless Subscribers and Penetration, 2011-2017
  • VI-4. Wireless Access Speeds
  • VI-5. US Wireless Broadband Coverage Map
  • VI-6. WiMAX Network Diagram
  • VI-7. Healthcare: Willingness to Outsource by IT Function
  • VI-8. Advanced Medical Equipment in the Home

Chapter - VII

  • VII-1. Total US Healthcare Telecom Service Revenues, 2012-2017
  • VII-2. Distribution of Establishments by Healthcare Segment, 2011
  • VII-3. Distribution of Healthcare Employment, 2011
  • VII-4. Total US Wireline Healthcare Telecom Service Rev. by Service Type, 2012-2017
  • VII-5. US Wireline Telecom Service Revenues by Healthcare Provider, 2012-2017
  • VII-6. US Wireless Healthcare Telecom Revenues by Service, 2012-2017
  • VII-7. US Cellular Telecom Service Revenues by Healthcare Provider, 2012-2017
  • VII-8. Total US Spending on Telecom by Healthcare Provider Type, 2012-2017
  • VII-9. Hospital Telecom Spending Distribution, 2012
  • VII-10. Number of US Healthcare Facilities by Type, 2012-2017
  • VII-11. Number of US Healthcare Practitioners by Type, 2012-2017
  • VII-12. US Healthcare Cellular Handsets, 2012-2017
  • VII-13. US Healthcare Broadband Modems, 2012-2017
  • VII-14. US Healthcare Wireless LANs, 2012-2017
  • VII-15. Healthcare US Equipment Sales

Table of Tables

Chapter - I

  • I-1. Healthcare Market Segments
  • I-2. Healthcare Networks Technology

Chapter - II

  • II-1. Telecommunications-enable Applications
  • II-2. Healthcare Networks Technology
  • II-3. US Healthcare Expense, Per Capita, 2005-2020
  • II-4. Examples of Telemedicine Services
  • II-5. Healthcare Industry Transformation and Evolution: Current to Future

Chapter - III

  • III-1. Healthcare Segment Dimensions and Trends

Chapter - IV

  • IV-1. Network-based Healthcare Applications
  • IV-2. PACS Transmission Speeds (Minutes)

Chapter - V

  • V-1. Physicians by Specialty, 2000-2020

Chapter - VI

  • VI-1. Ethernet Services Characteristics

Chapter - VII

  • VII-1. Total US Healthcare Telecom Service Revenues, 2012-2017
  • VII-2. Impact of Healthcare Segments on Telecom Networks
  • VII-3. Healthcare Total and Telecom Spending, 2012-2017
  • VII-4. US Wireline Healthcare Telecom Service Revenues by Type, 2012-2017
  • VII-5. US Wireline Telecom Service Revenues by Healthcare Provider, 2012-2017
  • VII-6. Total US Wireless Healthcare Telecom Revenues by Service, 2012-2017
  • VII-7. US Cellular Telecom Service Revenues by Healthcare Provider, 2012-2017
  • VII-8. Total US Spending on Telecom by Healthcare Provider Type, 2012-2017
  • VII-9. Hospital Telecom Spending Distribution, 2012, 2017
  • VII-10. Number of US Healthcare Facilities by Type, 2012-2017
  • VII-11. US Healthcare Practitioners, 2012-2017
  • VII-12. US Healthcare Cellular Handsets, 2012-2017
  • VII-13. US Healthcare Broadband Modems, 2012-2017
  • VII-14. US Healthcare Wireless LANs, 2012-2017
  • VII-15. Healthcare US Equipment Sales, 2012-2017
  • VII-16. Telecommunications Services Price Assumptions
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