市場調査レポート

世界のヘルスケアサービスソリューション市場

The Global Market for Health Care Services Solutions

発行 VDC Research Group, Inc. 商品コード 298133
出版日 ページ情報 英文 20 Pages; 42 Exhibits
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世界のヘルスケアサービスソリューション市場 The Global Market for Health Care Services Solutions
出版日: 2014年03月24日 ページ情報: 英文 20 Pages; 42 Exhibits
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概要

当レポートでは、ヘルスケアサービスソリューション市場について調査し、ハードウェア、専門サービス、およびソフトウェア市場の規模、エンドユーザー要件の分析、および全体的な市場動向の分析を提供しており、今後5年間のヘルスケアにおけるモバイルの機会、今後ヘルスケア情勢において支配的になるハードウェアプラットフォーム、新しいモバイル技術を実行する際にヘルスケア技術バイヤーが直面する障壁、およびハードウェア・OS・モバイルアプリケーションを評価する際にヘルスケアモバイル技術バイヤーにとっての最も重要な基準などをまとめ、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

  • 主な調査結果

世界市場の概要・予測

  • 概要
    • 世界のヘルスケアにおけるモバイルハードウェア、ソフトウェアおよびサービス収益
  • 見解・洞察
    • 5カ年予測
    • 近年の発展

競合予測:技術セグメント別

  • モバイルハードウェア
  • モバイルソフトウェア

エンドユーザー動向

  • 品質は投資決定における最も重要な要因
    • モバイルデバイス選定基準の重要性
    • ヘルスケアモビリティソリューション特定メトリクスの重要性
  • 最大の導入障壁の獲得と実行
    • モビリティ投資を導く障壁:ヘルスケア組織別
    • ヘルスケアにおけるエンタープライズモビリティ予算の変化
  • モバイルアプリケーション選定を促進するデバイスおよび組織の目標
    • モバイルアプリケーション選択向けヘルスケア組織の基準の重要性
    • ヘルスケア労働者向けの主なモバイルヘルスケアアプリケーションの企業サポート
    • 患者に提供される主なモバイルヘルスケアアプリケーションの企業サポート
  • ケア、コンプライアンスおよびセキュリティに基づいたソリューションの構築

本レポートについて

List of Exhibits (Excel File)

  • End User
    • Exhibit I-1: Which of the following best describes your organization?
    • Exhibit I-2: Which of the following rugged and non-rugged mobile devices are currently used to support healthcare ops and patient care?
    • Exhibit I-3: For your next generation healthcare solutions, is your organization considering non-rugged devices?
    • Exhibit I-4: When evaluating mobile devices to support HEALTHCARE applications, what are the top three selection criteria?
    • Exhibit I-5: Which of the following mobile applications is your organization currently supporting or planning to support?
    • Exhibit I-6: Does your organization currently support or plan to deploy mobile applications for your patients?
    • Exhibit I-7: What types of mobile applications for patient use is your organization currently supporting or planning to support?
    • Exhibit I-8: Which benefits are the TOP THREE most important metrics your organization uses to measure mobile healthcare solutions?
    • Exhibit I-9: What are your organization's TOP THREE biggest barriers to implementation of your Healthcare mobility objectives?
    • Exhibit I-10: How effective has your organization been at reducing medication and procedural errors through the use of mobile solutions?
    • Exhibit I-11: How does your organization currently source mobile healthcare applications?
    • Exhibit I-12: Considering your most recently deployed mobile healthcare applications, what development approach did you or your third party developers follow?
    • Exhibit I-13: When developing mobile healthcare applications, are you primarily developing apps for one or more than one mobile operating system?
    • Exhibit I-14: How do you expect your organization's 2013 mobile solution budget to change relative to 2012 for healthcare applications?
    • Exhibit I-15: What - if any - type of formal BYOD (bring your own device) policy do you have in place at your organization?
    • Exhibit I-16: Do you expect your organization to formalize BYOD policies in the next 2 years?
    • Exhibit I-17: As part of your BYOD program does your organization provide (and support) mobile applications for frontline mobile workers for use on their personal devices?
    • Exhibit I-18: Mobile Device Management (MDM) helps companies manage the corporate policies, security, software and services for their smartphones and tablets. Has your organization invested in a MDM tool to manage your mobile devices?
    • Exhibit I-19: How would you rate your primary mobile OS across the following criteria (where 1=Extremely poor and 7=Extremely strong)
    • Exhibit I-20: Which of the following corporate-owned rugged and non-rugged mobile devices are currently deployed within your organization? (Please select all that apply.)
    • Exhibit I-21: Which of the following corporate-owned rugged and non-rugged mobile devices will you deploy in the next 18-24 months? (Please select all that apply.)
    • Exhibit I-22: Which of the following corporate-owned mobile devices was most recently deployed within your organization?
    • Exhibit I-23: When evaluating mobile devices for use by your organization's frontline mobile workers, rate the level of importance of the following criteria on your final selection (where 1=extremely unimportant and 7=extremely important)
    • Exhibit I-24: How likely is your organization to replace any of its rugged mobile devices with non-rugged (consumer-grade) devices in the next 2-3 years?
    • Exhibit I-25: Please approximate what percent of your organization's currently rugged mobile devices you expect to be replaced with non-rugged (consumer-grade) devices in the next 2-3 years.
    • Exhibit I-27: To what extent do you agree with the following statements about rugged devices?
    • Exhibit I-28: Which of the following best describes your perception of ruggedized devices?
    • Exhibit I-29: Windows Embedded Handheld 6.x and Windows Embedded C.E. are the leading platforms for rugged handheld devices. Microsoft will sunset its support of Windows Mobile 6.x by 2020.
    • Exhibit I-30: Which benefits, if any, are the most important metrics your organization uses to measure mobile ROI?
    • Exhibit I-31: How would you rate your organization's overall satisfaction with your ROI from mobile initiatives?
    • Exhibit I-32: Which of the following are the top three most challenging barriers to your organization's recognition/implementation of its mobility objectives?
    • Exhibit I-33: How do you expect your organization's 2013 budget for enterprise mobility to change relative to 2012?
    • Exhibit I-34: How would you rate your organization's mobile maturity in comparison to peers in your industry?
    • Exhibit I-35: Approximately how many full-time employees work for your organization at all offices, sites and locations?
    • Exhibit I-36: Which of the following most closely describes your title or job function?
    • Exhibit I-37: What were your organization's approximate 2012 revenues?
  • Market Forecasts
    • Exhibit II-1: Global Mobile Hardware Shipments to Healthcare Sector by Device Type (USD Millions)
    • Exhibit II-2: Global Mobile Hardware Shipments to Healthcare Sector by Device Type (units)
    • Exhibit II-3: Mobile Software Shipments to Healthcare Sector by Regional Market (USD Millions)
    • Exhibit II-4: Mobile Software Shipments to Healthcare Sector by Healthcare Application (USD Millions)
    • Exhibit II-5: Mobile Professional Service Revenues to Healthcare Sector by Regional Market (USD Millions)
目次

Inside this Report

This report is written for those responsible for making critical decisions regarding product, market, channel, and competitive strategy and tactics in addressing the health care industry. It includes market sizing including by hardware, professional services and software, end-user requirements analysis, and overall market trends.

What questions are addressed?

  • How big is the mobile opportunity in health care now and through the next five years?
  • What hardware platforms will dominate the health care landscape through 2017?
  • What mobile operating systems are health care technology buyers looking to implement?
  • What mobile applications are the health care industry currently implementing and looking to implement in the next few years for health care workers and for patients?
  • What are the barriers that health care technology buyers face in implementing new mobile technology?
  • What are the most important criteria to health care mobile technology buyers when evaluating hardware, operating systems, and mobile applications?

Executive Summary

Health care organizations are increasing their investments in mobile solutions in an effort to improve patient care. Health providers are recognizing mobile technologies' value in reducing errors, facilitating decision making, and improving worker efficiency. The largest barrier to expanding mobile use in health care is for organizations to find the budget to support the many processes where they want to use mobile technology. There is widespread recognition that mobile solutions can improve quality and create value for health care organizations, and mobility budgets are rising as a result. While mobile health care solutions tend to be highly specialized, the current preference is to run them on consumer-oriented smartphones and tablets, while support for niche ruggedized and wearable mobile computers is also growing.

[Data available in full report]

Key Findings

  • The opportunity for mobile solutions - including hardware, software, and professional services - in health care is expected to scale to $XX billion in 2014 and reach almost $XX billion by 2017.
  • Research from VDC shows that overall investment drivers for mobile health care solutions are firmly rooted in patient safety, care, and overall communications. This is borne out in a variety of applications that are both internal and external. Reducing medical and procedural errors is a key motivator and electronic medication administration is a prime area of priority for health care organizations.
  • Leading mobile applications health care organizations are currently supporting or planning to deploy include communication/collaboration services, mobile charting, and patient care reporting.
  • Although the notebook and computers on wheels (COWs) remain pervasive within health care settings, use of more portable tablets and smartphones among caregivers is exploding. However, because of their relative newness - and EHRs' slow response to supporting touch-centric interfaces - tablets are not at the point where they are replacing workstations at any mass scale. Over the next two years we do anticipate greater support of ordering functionality (CPOE) and note-taking, which will further open the market for tablets in health care as a primary computing platform.
  • Health care organizations are also looking to empower patients with mobile applications that streamline communications and efficiency of care. Just more than half of health care organizations surveyed currently support applications that enable patients to make appointments and provide locators, and just XX% of those enable patients to access lab results.

Global Market Overview and and Forecast Forecast

Global Market at a Glance

Worldwide mobile hardware, software, and services revenue in health care (US $M)

Global Market Ideas & Insights

Five Year Forecast

Health care industry spending on mobile computing hardware, applications, and professional services will grow from $X.XB in 2013 to $X.XB in 2017. As mobility matures and expands in the health care industry, managing it will become more complex. Strong demand for multiple applications and management support for bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies will result in IT departments needing to support multiple operating systems and application development environments. Administrators appear to recognize the growing mobile management challenge and will look to outside organizations for help; spending on mobile professional services will more than double during the forecast period and its projected growth rate (XX.X%) is more than for hardware (X.X%) and software (X.X%) combined. Professional services accounted for X.X% of mobility spending in the health care industry in 2012 but will account for XX.X% in 2017.

XX Commercial in Confidence.

Recent Developments

Year-over-year growth in mobility spending is predicted for every mobile device type, application software category, and geographic region that VDC tracks. This widespread market expansion indicates that current momentum for a popular product or a compliance deadline to satisfy a new regulation is not driving the market. The consistent sustained growth in mobility adoption and spending shows that health care professionals understand mobile technology's value proposition and ability to support fundamental goals for improving health care service delivery.

About this Report

VDC Research's i2: ideas & insights reports provide clients with deep insights into product, market, channel, and competitive strategies and tactics. Using deep and rich datasets based on extensive primary research, the i2 reports provide clients with the insights they need to make strategic decisions for their business about the markets they are in and the markets they want to be in. Coverage includes a combination of market sizing, segmentation, forecasting, end-user requirements analysis, competitive analysis, and more.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • Key Findings

Global Market Overview and Forecast

  • Global Market at a Glance
    • Worldwide mobile hardware, software, and services revenue in health care (US $M)
  • Global Market Ideas & Insights
    • Five-Year Forecast
    • Recent Developments

Comparative Forecast by Technology Segment

  • Mobile Hardware
    • At a Glance
      • Revenue forecast in health care for major mobile device categories, rugged (US $M)
      • Revenue forecast in health care for major mobile device categories, non-rugged (US $M)
      • Mobile device types issued during most recent rollout
      • Mobile device types planned for rollout in the next 24 months
    • Ideas & Insights: Healthy Future for Tablets
  • Mobile Software
    • At a Glance
      • Revenue forecast for the major health care application software segments (US $M)
      • Expected operating systems for future mobile device deployments
      • Development environment for most recently deployed mobile application
    • Ideas & Insights: OS-agnostic Web Apps Ahead

End-User Trends

  • Quality is most influential factor in investment decisions
    • Importance of Criteria for Mobile Device Selection
    • Importance of specific metrics for health care mobility solutions
  • Acquiring and implementing biggest adoption barriers
    • Leading barriers to mobility investments by health care organizations
    • Changes in enterprise mobility budgets in health care
  • Devices and org goals drive mobile app selection
    • Importance of criteria to health care organizations for mobile application selection
    • Enterprise support for select mobile health care applications for use by health care workers
    • Enterprise support for select mobile health care applications offered to patients
  • Build solutions based on care, compliance, and security
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