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BiowireleSS:ワイヤレス医療における市場機会

BiowireleSS: Market Opportunities in Wireless Healthcare

発行 Thintri, Inc. 商品コード 294181
出版日 ページ情報 英文
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BiowireleSS:ワイヤレス医療における市場機会 BiowireleSS: Market Opportunities in Wireless Healthcare
出版日: 2014年01月22日 ページ情報: 英文
概要

バイオメディカルワイヤレス技術、ネットワークおよびセンシングシステム、またはBiowireleSSは、急速に医療の提供にとって不可欠なコンポーネントになりつつあります。幅広いワイヤレス技術は、現在の医療を完全に転換すると期待される多くの医療・医薬品アプリケーションに提供されています。

当レポートでは、医療の提供におけるワイヤレス技術利用の新しい機会について調査しており、さまざまな技術とその医療情勢に及ぼす影響の分析および予測をまとめ、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

エグゼクティブサマリー

第1章 新しいビジネスモデル

  • イントロダクション:ワイヤレス医療技術の発明
  • 混乱の時代・課題
  • 医療向けワイヤレスプラットフォーム
  • テレメディスン & リモートプレゼンス
  • マネージドネットワーク・ネットワークモデル
  • 自立ネットワーク
  • クラウドの利用
  • 施設モニタリング
  • ビジネスモデルに対するACA・新技術の影響

第2章 概要:BiowireleSS

  • イントロダクション
  • BiowireleSSの要件
  • BiowireleSSの可能性
  • 放射線安全の問題
  • 成長への道
  • ネットワークアプローチ
    • イントロダクション
    • WLAN - Wi-Fi
    • WiMAX
    • Bluetooth
    • Zigbee
    • ANT
    • UWB

第3章 ワイヤレス共存 & セキュリティ

  • ワイヤレス共存
  • 規格の影響
  • 安全性
  • 互換性

第4章 規格&規制

  • 背景:規制の必要性
  • 医療用途のワイヤレススペクトル配分
  • 業界標準
  • 帯域幅の需要に対応する
  • メディケア & CMS

第5章 ハードウェア:センサー & ネットワーク

  • ボディエリアネットワーク:WBAN、WPAN、MBAN
  • レーダー
  • 表皮エレクトロニクス
  • スマート包帯

第6章 アプリケーション & 市場:ウェアラブルモニター & Eテキスタイル

  • イントロダクション
  • 商業の歴史
  • スマートE衣服
  • 市場

第7章 アプリケーション & 市場:イメージング & ビデオにおけるワイヤレス技術

  • イメージング
  • ビデオ
  • カプセル内視鏡

第8章 アプリケーション & 市場:mヘルス & リモートモニタリング

  • モバイル医療:背景
  • リモートモニタリング
  • 新しいmヘルス・モニタリング市場
  • スマートフォンアプリケーション

第9章 位置情報サービス:RFID・IPS・RTLS

  • イントロダクション
  • RFID
  • ポジショニング & ロケーティング

図表リスト

目次

Thintri Inc. announces the release of BiowireleSS: Market Opportunities in Wireless Healthcare, 2014, a new market study covering opportunities emerging in the use of wireless technologies in healthcare delivery. This comprehensive examination of the subject discusses the various technologies and their impact on the healthcare landscape, with market forecasts to 2020.

Wireless Medical Applications

  • Chronic disease management
  • Post-surgical recovery
  • Vital sign monitoring
  • Pro-active monitoring
  • Eldercare
  • Remote diagnosis
  • Emergency communications
  • Wellness and Fitness
  • Telemedicine
  • Facilities monitoring
  • Asset and staff locating
  • Positioning
  • Asset management
  • Tracking pharmaceuticals
  • Tracking meds compliance
  • Imaging and Video
  • Research and clinical trials
  • In-home assistance

Wireless Technologies

  • WPANs/WBANs/MBANs
  • WLANs, Wi-Fi
  • WiMAX
  • ZigBee
  • Bluetooth
  • ANT
  • Ultra-wideband (UWB)
  • E-textiles
  • Radar
  • Web conferencing
  • Capsule endoscopy
  • Implantable and ingestible sensors
  • Epidermal electronics
  • Smart bandages
  • Smartphone apps
  • RFID, RTLS, IPS

Market Demand 2013-2020 forecasts

  • E-Textiles and
  • Wearable Sensors
  • Wireless Imaging and Video
  • Smart pills & capsule endoscopes
  • mHealth and remote monitoring
  • Smartphone apps
  • RFID
  • RTLS
  • Market volumes and unit sales
  • Application segments
  • Regional markets

Background on BiowireleSS

Biomedical Wireless Technology, Networks and Sensing Systems, or BiowireleSS, is rapidly becoming an integral component of healthcare delivery. A wide range of wireless technologies is being brought to bear on a long list of healthcare and pharmaceutical applications with the promise of utterly transforming healthcare as we know it today.

BiowireleSS will bring unprecedented efficiencies and productivity to healthcare delivery while lowering costs and improving patient outcomes. More importantly, many patients and their healthcare providers will experience far more freedom and flexibility. Where once a patient would have been confined to a hospital bed for extensive tests, or to be monitored post-surgery or for chronic conditions, in many cases patients will soon be monitored at home, free to go about their normal activities, while a wireless device will transmit data to healthcare providers, who will be alerted if vital signs vary from normal ranges. Hospitals will use wireless technology to instantly track equipment and staff, and automate facilities management tasks such as keeping medication at the proper temperature and storing records in the cloud, with far greater efficiency and reliability than was previously possible.

Wireless technologies applicable to healthcare will include smart garments and e-textiles; wearable sensors that can be worn on the wrist, in armbands, etc.; other sensors that are attached directly to the skin, and even epidermal electronics, small, temporary tattoo-like patches that will contain both sensors that can monitor body functions as well as wireless transmission capability and power generation/harvesting. RFID/RTLS systems will allow tracking of both hospital staff and equipment for instant locating, as well as tracking of pharmaceuticals to prevent counterfeiting. Wireless imaging and video will facilitate remote diagnosis for those lacking access to specialists. Smartphone apps will bring healthcare information directly to consumers. Many other scenarios are emerging as well.

The development of these wireless technologies, many now near market entry or already commercialized, comes as a "perfect storm" takes place, largely due to recent Federal legislation that can only be implemented in any practical sense by use of such technologies. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, also known as the ACA or "Obamacare," will implement extraordinary measures to increase the efficiency and reliability of the US healthcare system. For example, Meaningful Use will mandate the complete move to electronic record-keeping and fundamentally changing the way physicians interact with patients and clearing the way for remote monitoring of patients.

Other ACA provisions, while not explicitly concerned with technology, will force healthcare providers to find new ways to increase efficiency and effectiveness, and thus maximize health and wellness, as part of a broad move from fee-for-service to fee-for-outcome. Hospitals, for example, will pay a penalty if a patient is readmitted within a certain period of time after discharge for the same condition. Hospitals will see full beds as expenses, rather than sources of profit. Many of the requirements of the ACA are in line with the capabilities of emerging wireless technologies and will be fundamental to their realization.

However, the road to implementation of BiowireleSS will not be smooth. Many technologies that could open up new wireless healthcare markets are still too costly. Customer education remains a significant obstacle as well.

Understand the Markets

Realizing the wide-ranging market potential in wireless healthcare delivery will depend on the development of appropriate business models, some of which are already deployed or in development. Those that are successful, and the industry consolidation that will invariably follow, will define the wireless healthcare landscape for the next couple of decades.

The 15% of the US population that is considered fragile or episodic and which forms a large portion of healthcare demand, as well as many suffering from temporary conditions, will have to be monitored closely in order to avoid hospital stays. The best way to address the needs of these populations will be the widespread use of new wireless technologies. At the same time, demand will also come from the wellness and fitness segments, which will find a bewildering array of technological options available to monitor personal training and wellness regimes. This complex mix of technologies, legislation, markets and shifting demand will present healthcare providers and wireless technology developers with extraordinary opportunities as well as threats in an uncertain, rapidly developing environment.

Thintri's market study, BiowireleSS: Opportunities in Wireless Healthcare, will examine the leading emerging wireless healthcare-related technologies, their capabilities and limitations, along with their most promising applications and markets.

Table of Contents

Report Contents

Executive Summary

  • E.1 Emerging Business Models
  • E.2 Overview: BiowireleSS
  • E.3 Wireless Coexistence & Security
  • E.4 Standards & Regulation
  • E.5 Hardware: Sensors and Networks
  • E.6 Wearable Monitors and E-Textiles
  • E.7 Wireless Technology in Imaging & Video
  • E.8 MHealth & Remote Monitoring
  • E.9 RFID and Positioning

Chapter 1 Emerging Business Models

  • 1.1 Introduction - The Advent of Wireless Medical Technology
  • 1.2 An Era of Disruption and Challenge
  • 1.3 Wireless Platforms for Medicine
  • 1.4 Telemedicine & Remote Presence
  • 1.5 Managed Networks and Network Models
  • 1.6 Autonomous Networks
  • 1.7 Making Use of the Cloud
  • 1.8 Facilities Monitoring
  • 1.9 Effects of the ACA and New Technologies on Business Models

Chapter 2 Overview: BiowireleSS

  • 2.1 Introduction
  • 2.2 Requirements for BiowireleSS
  • 2.3 The Promise of BiowireleSS
  • 2.4 Radiation Safety Issues
  • 2.5 The Path to Growth
  • 2.6 Networked Approaches
    • 2.6.1 Introduction
    • 2.6.2 WLAN - Wi-Fi
    • 2.6.3 WiMAX
    • 2.6.4 Bluetooth
    • 2.6.5 Zigbee
    • 2.6.6 ANT
    • 2.6.7 UWB
      • 2.6.7.1 Standards
      • 2.6.7.2 Characteristics
      • 2.6.7.3 UWB Applications
      • 2.6.7.4 Radar & Imaging
      • 2.6.7.5 Capsule endoscopy
      • 2.6.7.6 Location & Positioning
      • 2.6.7.7 UWB in WBANs
      • 2.6.7.8 Power Consumption

Chapter 3 Wireless Coexistence & Security

  • 3.1 Wireless Coexistence
  • 3.2 The Influence of Standards
  • 3.3 Security
  • 3.4 Interoperability

Chapter 4 Standards & Regulation

  • 4.1 Background: The Need for Regulation
  • 4.2 Wireless Spectrum Allocation for Medical Use
  • 4.3 Industry Standards
  • 4.4 Meeting Bandwidth Demand
  • 4.5 Medicare & CMS

Chapter 5 Hardware: Sensors and Networks

  • 5.1 Body Area Networks: WBANs, WPANs, MBANs
    • 5.1.1 Background
    • 5.1.2 Protocols and Platforms
    • 5.1.3 Needs, Issues, Concerns, etc.
    • 5.1.4 MBAN Hardware & Systems
    • 5.1.5 MBAN Applications
    • 5.1.6 Market Growth
    • 5.1.7 Wireless Sensor Implementation
    • 5.1.8 Brain Research, Rehabilitation
    • 5.1.9 Sensor Hardware Issues
    • 5.1.10 Implantable and Ingestible Sensors
    • 5.1.11 Implantable Active Devices
  • 5.2 Radar
  • 5.3 Epidermal Electronics
    • 5.3.1 Background
    • 5.3.2 Technology
    • 5.3.3 EES Applications and Market Opportunities
  • 5.4 Smart Bandages

Chapter 6 Applications and Markets: Wearable Monitors and E-Textiles

  • 6.1 Introduction
  • 6.2 Commercial History
  • 6.3 Sample E-Garments
  • 6.4 Markets

Chapter 7 Applications & Markets: Wireless Technology in Imaging & Video

  • 7.1 Imaging
  • 7.2 Video
  • 7.3 Capsule Endoscopy

Chapter 8 Applications and Markets: mHealth & Remote Monitoring

  • 8.1 Mobile Healthcare: Background
  • 8.2 Remote Monitoring
  • 8.2.1 Regional Effects
  • 8.2.2 Eldercare
  • 8.3 Emerging mHealth and Monitoring Markets
  • 8.4 Smartphone Apps

Chapter 9 Location-Based Services: RFID, IPS, RTLS

  • 9.1 Introduction
  • 9.2 RFID
    • 9.2.1 RFID Technology
    • 9.2.2 RFID Applications
    • 9.2.3 Asset Tracking
    • 9.2.4 RFID Markets
  • 9.3 Positioning & Locating
    • 9.3.1 Indoor Positioning Systems
    • 9.3.2 Real Time Locating Systems
    • 9.3.3 Location Systems Applications and Markets

List of Report Tables and Figures

  • Figure E-1 Markets, E-Textiles and Wearable Sensor Systems
  • Figure E-2 Global Wireless Medical Imaging Market
  • Figure E-3 Global Overall mHealth and Remote Monitoring Market Volume
  • Figure E-4 Global RFID Markets, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals
  • Figure E-5 Global RTLS Markets
  • Table 2.1 Dedicated, Unlicensed Medical Spectrum
  • Table 2.2 Wireless Platforms for BiowireleSS Applications
  • Figure 2.2 Bluetooth Ranges
  • Table 2.3 ZigBee Frequencies and Data Rates
  • Table 4.1 Common Standards for Medical RF Communication
  • Figure 5.1 A Typical MBAN Usage Scenario
  • Figure 5.2 Epidermal Electronics
  • Figure 6-1 Markets, E-Textiles and Wearable Sensor Systems
  • Figure 6-2 Regional Markets, E-Textiles and Wearable Sensor Systems
  • Figure 6-3 Market Segmentation, E-Textiles and Wearable Sensors
  • Figure 7-1 Global Wireless Medical Imaging Market
  • Figure 7-2 Global Wireless Medical Video Markets
  • Figure 7-3 Global Smart Pill Market
  • Figure 7-4 Global Capsule Endoscopy Market
  • Table 8.1 Required Data Rates for Physiological Signals
  • Figure 8-1 Global Overall mHealth and Remote Monitoring Market Volume
  • Figure 8-2 Global Market Volume, mHealth & Remote Monitoring: Chronic Disease Management, Short-Term Monitoring and Active Treatment
  • Figure 8-3 Global Market Volume, mHealth & Remote Monitoring: Diagnosis, Wellness/Fitness
  • Figure 8-4 Unit Sales, mHealth & Remote Monitoring: Chronic Disease Management, Short-Term Monitoring and Active Treatment
  • Figure 8-5 Unit Sales, mHealth & Remote Monitoring: Diagnosis, Wellness/Fitness
  • Figure 8-6 Global Market Volume, mHealth & Remote Monitoring: Emergency Response
  • Figure 8-7 Unit Sales, mHealth & Remote Monitoring: Emergency Response
  • Figure 8-8 mHealth and Remote Monitoring Market Volume: Communications and Smartphone Apps
  • Figure 8-9 Unit Sales, mHealth & Remote Monitoring: Communications and Smartphone Apps
  • Figure 8-10 Market Volume, mHealth Smartphone Apps, by Segment
  • Figure 9-1 Global RFID Markets, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals
  • Figure 9-2 Global Healthcare & Pharmaceutical RFID Markets, Hardware vs. Tags
  • Figure 9-3 Global Medical RFID Market: Healthcare vs. Pharmaceuticals
  • Figure 9-4 Regional Markets, RFID in Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals
  • Figure 9-5 Healthcare RFID Markets by Application
  • Figure 9-6 Pharmaceutical RFID Markets by Application
  • Figure 9-7 Global RTLS Markets
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