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Electronic Blood Pressure Monitors: Devices, Players, Markets and Forecasts

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Abstract

The ability of patients to self-monitor is deemed to be a critical tool in reducing the healthcare effects of chronic disease factors. The convergence of new measurement technologies, patient demographics and managed care cost initiatives is driving patient monitoring for a number of conditions from caregiver facilities and into homes. The key enablers of this significant shift are technological advances that provide accurate readings in a format that consumers can understand, clearly indicating when a follow-up visit to a caregiver is needed. Because of the associated morbidity and mortality and the cost to society, hypertension is an important public health challenge. Systems that allow patients to share readings with physicians electronically have already been introduced.

Hghlights

  • Analyzes and evaluates electronic blood pressure monitoring products and assesses market potential and commercialization risks and opportunities
  • Examines patient self-monitoring design issues and evolving market factors
  • Provides market forecasts for key market segments through 2016
  • Forecasts the impact of of electronic blood pressure monitors on hypertension management markets and analyzes probable future developments
  • Profiles market participants, their technology, product development activity, and business strategies

Table of Contents

  • Summary of Contents
  • Executive Summary
  • Hypertension Management Market Dynamics
  • Patient Monitoring Overview
  • Key Factors in Patient Compliance
  • Market Drivers
  • Shifting Patient Demographics
  • Industry Alignment and Competitive Landscape
  • Electronic Blood Pressure Monitor Product Design & Patient Issues
  • Reliability
  • Measurement Frequency
  • Patient/User Interface
  • Wearable Monitors
  • Functionality
  • Measurement Electronics
  • Accuracy/Precision
  • Sensitivity
  • Sensor Technology
  • Electronic Monitor Product Assessments
  • Home/Self-Monitoring Models
  • Basic Monitors
  • Arm Models
  • Wrist Models
  • Advanced Models
  • Additional Monitoring Functions
  • Event Memory
  • Data Connectivity
  • Wireless Capability
  • Audio Output
  • Clinical Models
  • Basic Models
  • Additional Monitoring Functions
  • Proprietary Third Party Technology
  • Electronic Blood Pressure Monitor Market Segment Analysis
  • Assessments by Segment
  • Market Data
  • Forecasts and Outlook
  • Market Factors
  • Regulatory Issues
  • Healthcare Economics
  • Sector Participant Company Profiles
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