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エンタープライズモビリティソリューション:医療サービスソリューション

Health Care Services Solutions: Enterprise Mobility Vertical & Application Markets

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エンタープライズモビリティソリューション:医療サービスソリューション Health Care Services Solutions: Enterprise Mobility Vertical & Application Markets
出版日: 2013年01月31日 ページ情報: 英文 80 Pages, 76 Exhibits
概要

当レポートでは、医療サービスのためのモビリティソリューションの市場について調査分析し、ソリューション収益の推移と予測(地域別)、医療部門におけるモバイルソリューションの導入推進因子・阻害因子、医療部門における要件・好みと地域による違い、主要ベンダーの競合環境、主要ベンダーのプロファイル、ベンダーへの提言などをまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

重要ポイント

  • 新興国・先進国とも大きく成長する見通し
  • モバイル技術による、さまざまな医療環境におけるコスト・生産性・医療の質の改善

ベンダーへの提言

  • 消費者グレードのデバイスの高耐久性モバイルヘルスインフラへの影響
  • モバイルヘルスにおけるハードウェアOEMの市場機会
  • 高度なアプリケーションへの需要と使いやすさの改善:モバイルヘルスソフトウェアの新しい市場機会を創出
  • ベンダーは法令順守と相互運用性規格への対応を意識すべき

地域市場の分析

  • 市場区分別のモバイルヘルスにおけるエンドユーザーの一般的ニーズ・市場環境・製品需要の特徴
    • 高度経済国
    • 新興経済国
    • 低所得国
  • 高度経済国はモバイル技術の高い普及率を示す。低所得国ではインターネット技術に比べてモビリティの普及レベルが非常に高い
  • 複雑な組込み医療インフラがモバイルヘルスの導入におけるさまざまな課題を創出
  • 高度経済国におけるモバイルヘルスの市場機会
  • 新興市場の市場拡大と経済的可能性:モバイルヘルス技術の大きな市場機会を示す
  • 新興経済国におけるモバイルヘルスの市場機会
  • 低所得国における無線インフラの構築:貧困層・低所得人口への治療機会の拡大を促進
  • 低所得国におけるモバイルヘルス市場

市場推計・予測:医療サービス

  • 世界のモバイルヘルス市場の成長見通し
  • BYOD:スマートフォン・メディアタブレットが成熟した高耐久性市場におけるモバイルヘルスの機会を拡張
  • ColT:断片化が進んだ欧州・中東・アフリカ市場におけるさまざまなモバイルヘルスの機会を推進
  • アジア太平洋地域のモバイルヘルス市場:急激に成熟化し、スマートフォン、タブレット、モニタリング技術の高い普及率が高度な医療を推進
  • ハンドヘルド/PDAが売上でリード・ウエアラブルデバイスも高い成長率
  • 世界人口の高齢化と患者中心の治療モデルの推進:モバイルヘルス技術・ソリューションの主要環境として在宅医療が台頭する見通し
  • モバイルヘルスの幅広い利用事例と導入推進因子:生産性・コスト効率・医療品質の向上を刺激
  • 先進国市場:高齢化をサポートするためのモバイルヘルス技術の導入の拡大
  • モバイルヘルス環境における幅広いハードウェア・ソフトウェア要件:救急および長期治療設備への投資を推進
  • 患者の医療記録のデジタル化と高度なEHRシステムの展開:今後も医療のモバイル化の主要推進因子に

市場推計・予測:医療サービス

  • モバイル投資を検証するため、医療機関は生産性・効率上の測定可能な利益を求める
  • ROlと提供価値を示すため、今後2-3年の有効性の検証が重要に
  • 過去2-3年の政府主導のEHR・CPOEイニシアチブ:これらのシステムへのモバイルアクセスを実現するアプリケーションの導入を推進
  • 高度経済国:患者記録・治療遵守・予約確認アプリケーションへのモバイルアクセスをより多くサポート
  • モバイルデバイスの選定要件としての価格のランクは比較的低い
  • 医療部門への消費者グレード技術の普及は高耐久性デバイスベンダーにとって脅威だが、IT意思決定者は高耐久性デバイスの価値を明確に認識している
  • Windows 8:成長する医療タブレットOSとして有望視されている
  • 医療市場における高耐久性デバイスの高い普及率は継続する見通し
  • 価格上の競争力は依然としてハードウェアベンダーの主な差別化要因だが、高耐久性モバイルソリューションならではの特徴が消費者グレード技術からの長期的な進入を阻止できる
  • 進歩的なBYODポリシーの導入:医師・ナース・事務スタッフに柔軟性を与える
  • データセキュリティリスクへの懸念と企業ネットワークおよびシステムへの限定的なアクセス、など

競合分析:医療サービス

  • 高耐久性ハンドヘルド
  • 高耐久性ノートブック・コンバーチブルノートブック
  • 高耐久性タブレット
  • スマートフォン

ベンダープロファイ

  • AirWatch
  • Allscripts-Misys
  • Antenna Software
  • Cerner
  • Citrix
  • Honeywell
  • Kony
  • McKesson
  • Motion Computing
  • Motorola Solutions
  • パナソニック
  • Patient Keeper

図表

目次

Market Overview

Mobile technologies are improving cost, productivity and quality of care across a range of health care environments

The following usage trends are shaping mHealth:

  • Information Access - Whether patient-specific data (such as lab results, EMR records) or look-up of reference information (drug interactions, clinical guidelines), clinician productivity and quality of care are improving due to access to the right information at the right time.
  • Communications & Collaboration - Both with patients (appointment reminders, remote consultation, treatment compliance) and other physicians (telemedicine, video consultation, information sharing), mobile technologies greatly aid communication and collaboration among health care providers.
  • Administrative Tasks - For clinicians and administrative personnel alike, mobile devices offer a range of benefits, including charge capture, appointment booking, computerized physician order entry (CPOE), and language translation.
  • Patient Education - Mobile devices are increasingly used to educate consumers and patients. For clinicians, this may be at the PoC (showing images or videos) or through prescription of an app (drug information, instructional videos). Applications are also emerging that offer public health alerts, personalized health information and recommendations for consumers.
  • Data Collection - Potentially enhancing accuracy, real-time systems updates, and productivity advantages, a range of health care personnel are using mobile devices for barcode scanning, documentation at the PoC, EMR updating, and charting.
  • Outbreak Tracking & Reporting - Mostly relevant to emerging and low-income markets, use of mobile devices for outbreak tracking and surveillance has increased dramatically.

The following technology trends are also influencing the mHealth market:

  • Bring Your Own Device - BYOD has taken the health care market by storm as clinicians and other health care workers seek the use of smartphones and tablets for enterprise workflows. While presenting security and privacy challenges for IT organizations, the vast majority of health care providers have developed policies to support BYOD. However, most are limiting access to patient data to physicians only and with a MDM solution in place. Expect strong demand for enterprise-ready health care applications on Oss such as iOS, Android, and BlackBerry due to this shift. The mobile device management (MDM) market has also expanded considerably as a result of this trend.
  • Mounting Pressure on the Rugged Value Proposition - Continued penetration of consumer grade devices into health care is threatening to cannibalize XX%-XX% of near-term rugged opportunity. Long term, however, these devices will remain critical for mobile workflows in more rugged health care environments due to their unique optimizations for the health care environment (such as integration with health care information systems (HIS), more robust security, and protection against dust, water and moisture).
  • Tablet Adoption - With larger screen space for more sophisticated applications and medical image viewing. Tablet adoption skyrocketed the past 12-18 months. These devices are increasingly being used in the PoC environment for data collection and patient education.
  • Interoperability - Accustomed to using between 4 and 8 different form factor devices on an average day, end users are seeking greater integration of data across these environments. Better interoperability among these computing technologies could facilitate improved accuracy of data, employee productivity, and operational efficiency, all of which are critical needs for many mHealth uses.

Market Estimates & Forecasts

BYOD seeing smartphones and media tablets extend the mHealth opportunity in a mature rugged market

Mobile Solutions Market: Americas
(USD Millions)

  • Over the last 10-15 years, rugged mobile devices and technologies have seen moderately high levels of penetration in the US and Canadian health care market. In the past 2-3 years, innovations such as the iPhone, iPad and Android devices have driven consumerization of IT (CoIT) and BYOD to impact the countries' health care environments.
  • As organizations - especially hospitals and larger clinics - implement more sophisticated BYOD policies, we will see clinician use of commercial grade smartphones and tablets increase dramatically.
  • Clear demonstration of ROI benefits, mHealth efficacy studies, and continued governmental support will be key to expand current mHealth initiatives. This is especially true for Canada, where the spread of mobile health initiatives are disjointed and lack widespread implementation.
  • Latin America's less mature health care infrastructure and higher cost-sensitivity has limited penetration of rugged technologies. The mobility market will grow considerably as lower cost consumer grade technologies level the playing field, expanding opportunities to enhance care and operational efficiency.
  • The Americas professional services market will grow at a CAGR of nearly XX% through 2016. Health care IT organizations must ensure they are equipped with the wireless infrastructure and network backbone required to support these mobile initiatives. Especially in the case of organizations with limited in-house IT support, professional service firms will play a key role facilitating standards-based integration, data migration, and network monitoring support.

XX Commercial in Confidence.

Strategic Issues, Drivers & Trends

Organizations seek measurable productivity and efficiency gains to validate weighty mobile investments

Most Important Business Initiatives Impacting Mobile Computing
in Health Care Services

Source: End-User Survey Fielded Q3 2012

Challenges encountered early on in mobile implementation - including network infrastructure build out, interoperability with legacy equipment, and end user training - represent a major hurdle to widespread support of mHealth initiatives. However, as organizations begin to recognize the mid- to long-term advantages inherent to process mobilization, end user buy-in will increase significantly and hospitals and clinics will realize operational efficiencies and enhanced care quality.

About the Team



David Krebs, Vice President.

Eric Klein, Senior Analyst.

Balca Korkut, Analyst.

Britt Libby, Analyst.

Table of Contents

Critical Takeaways

  • Page 4. Strong growth forecast across developed and developing markets, reaching $8B in revenues by 2016
  • Page 5. Mobile technologies are improving cost, productivity and quality of care across a range of health care environments

Implications for Vendors

  • Page 7. Consumer grade devices are impinging on rugged mHealth infrastructure; Driving use cases and selection criteria
  • Page 8. mHealth Market Opportunity for Hardware OEMs (continued)
  • Page 9. Demand for sophisticated applications and greater ease of use are creating new opportunities in mHealth software
  • Page 10. Vendors must be aware of and ensure compliance with ever-evolving healthcare regulatory legislation and interoperability standards. Shown below are synopses of mHealth regulations across several regional markets

Regional Market Analysis

  • Page 12. VDC has identified common mHealth end user needs, market environments and product demand characteristics across three market segments: advanced economies, emerging market economies, and low-income countries
  • Page 13. Advanced economies demonstrate high penetration of mobile technologies. In low-income nations, however, mobility has seen extremely high levels of penetration relative internet technologies
  • Page 14. Complex, embedded health care infrastructure creates a wide range of challenges for mHealth adoption
  • Page 15. The mHealth Opportunity in Advanced Economies
  • Page 16. Market expansion and economic potential in emerging markets suggest compelling opportunity for mHealth technologies
  • Page 17. The mHealth Opportunity in Emerging Market Economies
  • Page 18. Wireless infrastructure build-out in low-income countries facilitates expanded care opportunities for poor and rural populations
  • Page 19. A Look at the mHeaith Market in Low-Income Countries

Market Estimates & Forecasts Health Care Services

  • Page 21. Global mHealth opportunity to exceed $8B in 2016, with mobile software commanding a CAGR of 18.7%
  • Page 22. BYOD seeing smartphones and media tablets extend the mHealth opportunity in a mature rugged market
  • Page 23. ColT driving a wide range of mHealth opportunities across the highly fragmented EMEA market
  • Page 24. APAC mHealth market to mature rapidly, with high penetration of smartphones, tablets, and monitoring technologies facilitating advanced care
  • Page 25. Handheld/PDAs continue to lead in sales, while wearable devices see the highest worldwide CAGR at 9.7% through 2016
  • Page 26. Global aging populations and more patient-centric care models will see home care emerge as a key environment for mHealth technologies and solutions
  • Page 27. Wide range of mHealth use cases and adoption drivers in care environment to stimulate productivity, cost-efficiency, and improved quality of medical care
  • Page 28. Growing adoption of mHealth technologies to support aging populations in today's developed markets
  • Page 29. Wide range of hardware and software requirements across mHealth environments driving mobile investment in ambulatory and long-term care facilities
  • Page 30. Digitization of patient records and roll-out of sophisticated EHR systems will remain a key driver of health care mobilization

Market Estimates & Forecasts Health Care Services

  • Page 32. Organizations seek measurable productivity and efficiency gains to validate weighty mobile investments
  • Page 33. Efficacy studies over the next 2-3 years will be crucial to demonstrate ROl measures and a clear value proposition
  • Page 34. Government-led EHR and CPOE initiatives over the past 2-3 years have driven adoption of applications to enable mobile access to these systems. External or internal incentives will be required to mobilize more sophisticated applications
  • Page 35. Advanced economies more likely to support mobile access to patient records, treatment compliance, and appointment reminder applications
  • Page 36. Price ranked comparatively low as a mobile device selection requirement, eclipsed by measures including performance, quality, and security features
  • Page 37. WhUe penetration of consumer grade technologies into health care represents a palpable threat to today's rugged device vendors, IT decision makers clearly recognize the rugged value proposition
  • Page 38. Commercial technologies challenged to compete with the versatility, ease of use, mature app ecosystem, and advanced security of legacy rugged devices
  • Page 39. Native to most rugged mobile devices, Windows' hold on the notebook OS market remains strong
  • Page 40. Organizations pinning high hopes on Windows 8 as a viable health care tablet OS
  • Page 41. High penetration of rugged devices in health care markets. Expect this to continue, especially as organizations begin to recognize critical shortcomings of consumer grade devices
  • Page 42. While price competitiveness will remain a key differentiator amongst rugged hardware vendors, unique features native to rugged mobile solutions will preclude long-term cannibalization from consumer-grade technologies
  • Page 43. IT organizations forced to weigh the benefits and challenges associated with BYOD in the next 1-2 years, over 75% of organizations will support use of BYOD devices in health care
  • Page 44. Progressive BYOD policy adoption in Health Care empowering nurses, doctors, and administrative staff with flexibility and greater influence over organizations' mobile strategies
  • Page 45. IT organizations remain wary of data security risks. Employees offered limited access to corporate networks and systems

Competitive Analysis: Health Care Services

  • Page 47. Health Care Services Competitive Analysis: Rugged Handheld
  • Page 48. HoneyweOIs announcement of pOans to acquire Interrnec sent shockwaves through the rugged mobile markets - the impact will be felt strongly in health care, as Motorola is likely to cede its #1 position in the market
  • Page 49. Health Care Services Competitive Analysis: Rugged Notebook I Convertible Notebook
  • Page 50. Notebooks remain the de-facto mobile solution in health care environments. Panasonic maintains a lead of nearly 60% over its nearest competitor in the market
  • Page 51. Health Care Services Competitive Analysis: Rugged Tablets
  • Page 52. Tablet PCs and MCAs continue to see high levels of adoption, with Motion Computing and Panasonic the leading vendors offering these devices
  • Page 53. Health Care Services Competitive Analysis: Smartphones
  • Page 54. While BlackBerries promise advanced security features, iPhone adoption rates continue to soar as clinicians are attracted by its easy to use, attractive interface with a more developed app ecosystem

Vendor Profiles

  • Page 45. AirWatch
  • Page 46. Allscripts-Misys
  • Page 47. Antenna Software
  • Page 48. Cerner
  • Page 49. Citrix
  • Page 50. Honeywell
  • Page 51. Kony
  • Page 52. McKesson
  • Page 53. Motion Computing
  • Page 54. Motorola Solutions
  • Page 55. Panasonic
  • Page 56. Patient Keeper

LIST OF EXHIBITS

Health Care End-User Analysis

  • Exhibit 1. Is your company using or planning to deploy a mobile computing solution to support mobile workers?
  • Exhibit 2. With regards to the day-to-day operations of your organization, how would you best describe the level of importance of mobile computing solutions? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 3. What is your job title? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 4. Which of the following best describes your responsibility as it relates to mobile computing and communications solutoins within your organization? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 5. Approximately how many full time equivalent (FTE) employees are there in your organization, including all branches, division, and subsidiaries? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 6. How many mobile workers does your organization employ? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 7. What were your organizations approximate 2011 revenues? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 8. What was your organizations 2011 budget for enterprise mobility solutions? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 9. How do you expect your organizations enterprise mobility budget to change in 2012 (relative to 2011)? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 10. Where are you currently working? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 11. You indicated that you are currently working in a “BRIC” country please specify which country: (SELECT ONE) * Reg Crosstabulation (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 12. You indicated that the primary industry of your company was Education please provide a more precise classification from the following: (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 13. Which of the following mobile applications is your organization currently supporting or planning to support?
  • Exhibit 14. You indicated that the primary industry of your company was Government please provide a more precise classification from the following: (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 15. Which of the following mobile applications is your organization currently supporting or planning to support?
  • Exhibit 16. You indicated that the primary industry of your company was Health Care & Health Care-Related Services please provide a more precise classification from the following: (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 17. Which of the following mobile applications is your organization currently supporting or planning to support?
  • Exhibit 18. You indicated that the primary industry of your company was Manufacturing (Process/Discrete Industries, Including Agriculture & Mining)
  • Exhibit 19. Which of the following mobile applications is your organization currently supporting or planning to support?
  • Exhibit 20. You indicated that the primary industry of your company was Professional Services please provide a more precise classification from the following: (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 21. Which of the following mobile applications is your organization currently supporting or planning to support?
  • Exhibit 22. You indicated that the primary industry of your company was Retail (Including Hospitality & Wholesale Distribution) please provide a more precise classification from the following: (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 23. Which of the following mobile applications is your organization currently supporting or planning to support?
  • Exhibit 24. You indicated that the primary industry of your company was Telecommunications (Including Broadcast Services) or Utilities (Gas, Water, Electric, etc.)
  • Exhibit 25. Which of the following mobile applications is your organization currently supporting or planning to support?
  • Exhibit 26. You indicated that the primary industry of your company was Transportation please provide a more precise classification from the following: (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 27. Which of the following mobile applications is your organization currently supporting or planning to support?
  • Exhibit 28. Which of the following mobile applications is your organization currently supporting or planning to support?
  • Exhibit 29. Is your organization currently supporting any of the following retail technology initiatives? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 30. What are the most important business initiatives impacting mobile computing in your organization? (Please select top 2 initiatives) (average of responses)
  • Exhibit 31. Considering the mobile solutions you are currently evaluating or planning to deploy, what is the anticipated level of benefit? (average of responses)
  • Exhibit 32. Which types of mobile devices are currently used, planning to be deployed or planning to be evaluated for deployment within your organization
  • Exhibit 33. For the NOTEBOOKS, CONVERTIBLE NOTEBOOKS AND/OR ULTRABOOKS currently deployed by your organization which operating systems are supported? (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY) (average of responses)
  • Exhibit 34. For next generation notebooks, convertible notebooks and/or ultraboos, which of the following best reflects your orqanizations approach Windows 8? (average of responses)
  • Exhibit 35. For the TABLETS currently deployed by your organization which operating systems are supported? (SELECT ALL THAT APPLY) (average of responses)
  • Exhibit 36. Which of the following operating systems will your organization support for the TABLETS currently planned to be deployed? (average of responses)
  • Exhibit 37. Which of the following best describes your organizations position with respect to Windows for TABLETS? (average of responses)
  • Exhibit 38. For the SMARTPHONES currently deployed by your organization which operating systems are supported? (average of responses)
  • Exhibit 39. Which of the following operating systems will your organization support for the SMARTPHONES planned to be deployed? (average of responses)
  • Exhibit 40. For the handheld/PDAs currently deployed by your organization which operating systems are supported? (average of responses)
  • Exhibit 41. Which of the following operating systems will your organization support for the HANDHELDS/PDAS planned to be deployed? (average of responses)
  • Exhibit 42. Please rate the level of importance of the following criteria your organization used in selecting MOBILE DEVICES. (average of responses)
  • Exhibit 43. Please rate the level of importance of the following criteria your organization used in selecting MOBILE DEVICES. (Percent of respondents indicating 8-10)
  • Exhibit 44. Using the same criteria, please rate your level of SATISFACTION with your MOBILE DEVICES? [Please rate each on a 1-10 scale, where 1= Not at all satisfied, and 10= extremely satisfied] (average of responses)
  • Exhibit 45. Using the same criteria, please rate your level of SATISFACTION with your MOBILE DEVICES? [Please rate each on a 1-10 scale, where 1= Not at all satisfied, and 10= extremely satisfied] (Percent of respondents indicating 8-10)
  • Exhibit 46. Using the same criteria, please rate your level of SATISFACTION with your MOBILE DEVICES? [Please rate each on a 1-10 scale, where 1= Not at all satisfied, and 10= extremely satisfied] (Percent of respondents indicating 1-3)
  • Exhibit 47. Is your organization currently using or planning to deploy specialized rugged mobile devices for use by your mobile workers? (average of responses)
  • Exhibit 48. Which of the following best reflects your organizations attftude with respect to ruggedized devices? (% of respondent)
  • Exhibit 49. How many mobile devices are currently deployed within your organization? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 50. Which vendors mobile hardware is primarily deployed at your organization? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 51. When selecting mobile hardware vendors, what are the THREE most important evaluation criteria? (Select three only) (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 52. Rate your existing mobile hardware vendor by the following criteria using a 7 point scale. (1 =completely dissatisfied and 7=completely satisfied) (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 53. Is your organization currently using or planning to deploy a third party mobile device management solution to support your mobile devices? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 54. Which vendors mobile device management solution are you currently using or planning to deploy? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 55. Select the top three criteria when evaluating mobile device management vendors. (Select THREE only) (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 56. Does your organization currently support or plan to support employee-owned mobile devices through a bring your own device (BYOD) policy? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 57. Which mobile devices are covered under your organizations current or planned BYOD policy? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 58. Which of the following are available or accessible on employee-owned mobile devices? (% of respondents)
  • Exhibit 59. Which of the following are available or accessible on employee-owned mobile devices? (% of respondents)

Market Forecasts Health Care

  • Exhibit Ia-1. Current and Forecast Worldwide Enterprise Mobility Solutions Revenues for Consumption in Health Care Services Applications (Millions of US Dollars)
  • Exhibit Ia-2. Current and Forecast Americas Enterprise Mobility Solutions Revenues for Consumption in Health Care Services Applications (Millions of US Dollars)
  • Exhibit Ia-3. Current and Forecast EMEA Enterprise Mobility Solutions Revenues for Consumption in Health Care Services Applications (Millions of US Dollars)
  • Exhibit Ia-4. Current and Forecast Asia-Pacific Enterprise Mobility Solutions Revenues for Consumption in Health Care Services Applications (Millions of US Dollars)
  • Exhibit Ia-5. Current and Forecast Worldwide Mobile Computer Shipments for Consumption in Health Care Services Applications (Includes computers designated as commercial grade, rugged and fully rugged)
  • Exhibit Ia-6. Current and Forecast Worldwide Rugged Mobile Computer Shipments for Consumption in Health Care Services Applications (Computers designed to be more ruggedized than commercial grade, including semi-rugged and
  • Exhibit Ia-7. Current and Forecast Worldwide Commercial Grade Mobile Computer Shipments for Consumption in Health Care Services Applications (Computers NOT designed to be more ruggedized in design or performance)
  • Exhibit Ia-8. Current and Forecast Worldwide Rugged Mobile Computer Shipments for Consumption in Health Care Services Applications by Form Factor(Computers designed to be more ruggedized in design or performance)
  • Exhibit Ia-9. Current and Forecast Americas Rugged Mobile Computer Shipments for Consumption in Retail Services Applications by Form Factor (Computers designed to be more ruggedized in design or performance)
  • Exhibit Ia-10. Current and Forecast EMEA Rugged Mobile Computer Shipments for Consumption in Health Care Services Applications by Form Factor (Computers designed to be more ruggedized in design or performance)
  • Exhibit Ia-11. Current and Forecast Asia-Pacific Rugged Mobile Computer Shipments for Consumption in Health Care Services Applications by Form Factor (Computers designed to be more ruggedized in design or performance)
  • Exhibit Ia-12. Current and Forecast Rugged Mobile Computer Shipments for Consumption in Health Care Services Applications by Channel (Computers designed to be more ruggedized in design or performance)
  • Exhibit Ia-13. Current and Forecast Worldwide Mobile Computer Shipments for Consumption for Health Care Services Applications by Industry (Millions of US Dollars)
  • Exhibit Ia-14. Current and Forecast Americas Mobile Computer Shipments for Consumption for Health Care Services Applications by Industry (Millions of US Dollars)
  • Exhibit Ia-15. Current and Forecast EMEA Mobile Computer Shipments for Consumption for Health Care Services Applications by Industry (Millions of US Dollars)
  • Exhibit Ia-16. Current and Forecast Asia-Pacific Mobile Computer Shipments for Consumption for Health Care Services Applications by lndustry(Millions of US Dollars)
  • Exhibit Ia-17. Worldwide Revenues of Enterprise Mobility Software by Primary Health Care Services Applications Supported (Millions of US Dollars)
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