Health Check - Key Players in Mobile Healthcare
|出版日||ページ情報||英文 44 Pages
|モバイルヘルスケア市場の主要企業 Health Check - Key Players in Mobile Healthcare|
|出版日: 2010年12月14日||ページ情報: 英文 44 Pages||
In Health Check: Key Players in Mobile Healthcare, Pyramid Research analyzes trends and strategies related to mHealth, which include how emerging and conventional technologies are being used to improve access to and results from healthcare in both developed and underdeveloped countries. It analyzes technological and behavioral trends for using mHealth technology on a wide variety of devices, describes the latest devices and software for delivering and distributing mHealth content and services and provides case studies that detail current mHealth applications. Developments and opportunities related to the growth and implications of mHealth applications and services are also discussed in the report.
Health Check: Key Players in Mobile Healthcare is an up-to-the-moment overview of the emerging mHealth market, focusing on a variety of conventional, hybrid and new technologies that are creating new business models.
What is the current state of mHealth? How can mHealth seriously cut costs for public and private healthcare providers? What are the obstacles facing the growth of mHealth services?
This report will show you how some of the largest, as well as some of the lesser-known, operators are leveraging mHealth services to their advantage.
Discover the state of the market for mHealth and a multitude of opportunities for investing in this quickly emerging market.
Vendors and hardware manufacturers:
Learn how companies are partnering and competing to gain footholds and advantages in mHealth.
Get an inside look at state-of-the-art developments from around the world in how doctors, care providers, patients and pharamicists are using mHealth to reduce costs and improve care.
Denise Culver is the author of IP Services Insider and contributes to Heavy Reading Insider, focusing on implementation of business-class services. Denise began her career in technology journalism in 1996, serving most recently as markets editor of The Net Economy, a biweekly publication that covered the North American service provider market. Prior to that, she was a freelance writer for Interactive Week, tele.com, Wireless Review, Intelecard News, Perspectives on Public Communication and other technology and trade magazines. She is a past winner of the American Business Media Association' s Jesse Neal Award for editorial achievement and a graduate of Texas A&M University.