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Tele-Health Carts, Servers, and Monitoring Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018Tele-Health Carts, Servers, and Monitoring: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018

Tele-health systems server markets are anticipated to grow because they represent a way to steer patients with a particular clinician to those most expert in treating that particular condition. Tele-health is not yet to the point where it is able to be used effectively to implement changes that represent significant improvements in overall healthcare delivery, they are largely confined to being used in the treatment of chronic conditions.

The aim of tele-health systems that will grow markets significantly is if the tele-health is used to prevent the onset of chronic conditions of CHF and diabetes through interventional medicine, wellness programs, and simply intelligent nutrition and exercise programs implementation. Is this the task of the hospitals? Or, are well ness programs meant to be implemented elsewhere? In any case, tele-health represents the delivery mechanism for the programs.

Statins have a warning label that indicates that patients who take these drugs risk mental deterioration and diabetes. Is this what we want for our people? Or are there wellness programs that provide alternatives. These are issues confronting hospitals, physicians, clinicians, big pharma, and patients everywhere. We are all patients; the task is to figure out good tele-health systems that work to implement wellness programs before the onset of chronic conditions.

Under this scenario, the local physician and specialist becomes the expert in ordering the correct diagnostic tests, not just any test they can think of, but a proper test that is recommended by the expert systems and by the expert clinician. In this manner the out of control testing costs in the US can be controlled. There will need to be some law changes, there will need to be some adoption of protections for the expert doctors, but when decisions are backed by standards of care instantiated as tele health servers we begin to have a rational, very effective health care delivery system.

Use of tele-health systems in the treatment of chronic conditions is important. 90% of the cost of care delivery is tied up in the treatment of chronic conditions. A large percentage of the tele-monitoring servers was sold in the U.S., where the VA system did home monitoring of 92,000 patients in 2012. Tele-health equipment shipments are anticipated to grow rapidly worldwide as efficiencies of scale are realized for monitoring and treating people with chronic conditions in a more standardized manner that addresses the particular combinations and clusters of conditions any one patient presents.

Tele-health systems rely on monitors with integrated connectivity. Systems use monitoring hubs with integrated cellular capability and carts that permit remote diagnosis for places where there is a shortage of good doctors and where people want second opinions from a trusted expert. A physician that sees hundreds of patients a week with a certain condition is more apt to render an accurate diagnosis and to provide effective treatment than a physician that only sees that condition once a year.

The only way to connect patients with a particular condition with a clinician expert in treating that condition is through telemedicine. Everyone knows that a surgeon who operates within a particular specialty every day is more expert than one who operates only once a year. The same is true across the board for all specialties.

Systems like the Bosch health management programs with evidence-based guidelines are great in this context. These evidence based systems can be used to keep physicians and clinicians focused on the most significant part of the condition being treated.

IBM Watson is similarly great in the context of connecting expert clinicians with patients presenting a certain combination of symptoms. This type of care delivery represents significant change, but it is change for the better, it is lower cost care delivery with higher quality of care. Watson or competing computing systems have the potential to be incredibly useful in this context. Because Watson and other cognitive computing systems can recognize clusters of symptoms in a particular patient, these types of systems are potentially useful in guiding patients to the care delivery clinician that is most likely to be able to recognize the best treatment and to provide the recommendation ot other clinicians as to what will be the highest level of effective care for the least cost.

The aim of tele-monitoring is to improve patient compliance with standards of care known to support improved outcomes for patients with chronic conditions. Tele-monitoring is one way to improve patient compliance, but there are other ways to achieve that as well.

Tele-monitoring increases patient compliance. The aim is to improve the delivery of healthcare to clients by monitoring vital signs to detect changes in patient condition that may indicate the onset of a more serious event, much as nurses in the hospital monitor patient vital signs.

According to Susan Eustis, the principal author of the study, "The advantage of telemonitoring is that it increases patient compliance. It brings expert medicine into the home and attempts to present it in manner patients can hear. The aim is to improve the delivery of healthcare to clients by performing medical exams remotely and monitoring vital signs to detect changes in patient condition that may indicate the onset of a more serious event, much as nurses in the hospital monitor patient vital signs for the purpose of permitting sophisticated care delivery."

Tele-health equipment units decrease the cost of care delivery while improving the quality of care and the quality of lifestyle available to patients. They have been widely adopted and extremely successful in use by the veterans administration in the US and by CMS Medicare and Medicaid. Use is anticipated to be extended to a wide variety of care delivery organizations based on this base of installed systems. Healthcare delivery is an increasing concern worldwide. Markets for the carts and associated servers segment of the market at $98 million in the first three quarters of 2012 are anticipated to reach$1.4 billion by 2018.

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Table of Contents

TELE-HEALTH EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ES-1

  • Tele-Health Market Driving Forces
  • Measures of Tele Monitoring Effectiveness
  • Real-Time Monitoring Of Physiological Data
  • Home Patient Monitoring Supports Patient Education
  • Tele-Health Market Shares
  • GlobalMed
  • GlobalMed Telemedicine Services
  • Tele-Monitor Market Shares
  • Tele-health Systems Forecasts
  • Watson

1. TELE-HEALTH MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS

  • 1.1 TeleHealth Payor Solutions
    • 1.1.1 Telemedicine Products | Medical Technology
  • 1.2 Mobile Brings Healthcare Transformation
  • 1.3 Consumer Tele-health
    • 1.3.1 Internet Health Products
    • 1.3.2 VA Tele-health Lauded As Model Healthcare Program
  • 1.4 US National Prevention Council
    • 1.4.1 UK National Health Service (NHS)
    • 1.4.2 U.S. Veterans Health Administration (VHA)
    • 1.4.3 Chronic Disease Issues
    • 1.4.4 Maximize The Impact Of Technology on Tele-health
    • 1.4.5 Telehealth Reimbursement Set to Grow
  • 1.5 IBM Watson
  • 1.6 Issues in International Health Policy

2. TELE-HEALTH MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS

  • 2.1 Tele-Health Market Driving Forces
    • 2.1.1 Measures of Tele Monitoring Effectiveness
    • 2.1.2 Real-Time Monitoring Of Physiological Data
    • 2.1.3 Home Patient Monitoring Supports Patient Education
  • 2.2 Tele-Health Market Shares
    • 2.2.1 GlobalMed
    • 2.2.2 GlobalMed Telemedicine Services
    • 2.2.3 Tele-Monitor Market Shares
    • 2.2.4 Bosch 2-15
  • 2.3 Tele-health Systems Forecasts
    • 2.3.1 Tele-health Device Market Thriving
    • 2.3.2 Tele-health Issues
  • 2.4 Wireless Tele-monitoring Devices
    • 2.4.1 Smart Phone Home Tele Monitoring
    • 2.4.2 eICUs2-25
    • 2.4.3 Rapid Readmissions
    • 2.4.4 Tele-health Originating Site Facility Fee Payment Amount Update 2-27
    • 2.4.5 Technical Correction to Include Emergency Department Tele-health Consultations in Regulation
  • 2.5 Watson
    • 2.5.1 Tele-health IBM Watson, Honeywell, Vitarian, and Bosch Diagnostic Support Expert Systems
    • 2.5.2 Tele-health Market Forces
    • 2.5.3 UK National Health Service (NHS)
    • 2.5.4 U.S. Veterans Health Administration (VHA)
    • 2.5.5 Measures of Tele Monitoring Effectiveness
    • 2.5.6 Home Patient Monitoring Supports Patient Education
    • 2.5.7 Wireless Telemonitoring Devices
    • 2.5.8 Real-Time Monitoring Of Physiological Data
    • 2.5.9 Bosch Healthcare Tele-health Custom Messaging Feature
    • 2.5.10 Bosch Healthcare Tele-health Wireless Modem Option
    • 2.5.11 Bosch ViTelCare T400 Home Health Monitor
    • 2.5.12 Bosch Installed Base
    • 2.5.13 Bosch Tele-health Solutions
    • 2.5.14 Bosch Tele-health
    • 2.5.15 Bosch Tele-health Systems Certification in Disease Management From NCQA
    • 2.5.16 Bayer / Viterion
    • 2.5.17 Bayer / Viterion Tele-health care
    • 2.5.18 Philips
    • 2.5.19 Intel / GE Care Innovations
    • 2.5.20 Honeywell HomeMed
    • 2.5.21 Honeywell HomMed Genesis Touch"!Tele-health
    • 2.5.22 Samsung
    • 2.5.23 Samsung Medical Business
    • 2.5.24 MedApps HealthPAL MA105to Extend the Home Selects VRI 2-53
    • 2.5.25 Nonin 2-54
    • 2.5.26 VRI 2-54
    • 2.5.27 VRI Healthcare Services
    • 2.5.28 Gemalto / Cinterion
    • 2.5.29 Gemalto CINTERION Wireless Module Functions
  • 2.6 Chronic Disease Conditions
    • 2.6.1 Congestive Heart Failure
    • 2.6.2 Diabetes Chronic Illness Numbers
    • 2.6.3 Incidence of Chronic Disease
    • 2.6.4 Chronic Diseases Account For Two-Thirds Of Worldwide Healthcare Spending, Ninety Percent in the US
    • 2.6.5 Clinical Staff / Patient Ratios: Physician Shortages
    • 2.6.6 Viterion Home Health Outcomes in a CHF Population:
  • 2.7 Telemonitoring Prices and Reimbursement
    • 2.7.1 Cost of Honeywell Homemed Home Health Monitoring & MedPartner
    • 2.7.2 TouchPointCare
  • 2.8 Interactive Voice Response (IVR)
    • 2.8.1 Healthcare Providers Use Technology To Improve Effectiveness Of Care Providers
    • 2.8.2 HHSC
  • 2.9 Tele-Monitoring Alarm Devices
  • 2.10 Tele-Server Regional Markets
    • 2.10.1 Remote Patient Monitoring Market In The US
    • 2.10.2 Remote Patient Monitoring Market In Europe
    • 2.10.3 Bosch Remote Patient Monitoring Regional Market Participation 2-80
    • 2.10.4 Smart Phone Installed Base By Country And Region

3. TELE-HEALTH PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

  • 3.1 Telemonitors
  • 3.2 Bosch
    • 3.2.1 Bosch on Medicare's CMHCB Demonstration Project
    • 3.2.2 Bosch Health Buddy System Installed Base
  • 3.3 Bayer - Viterion
    • 3.3.1 Bayer Viterion 500
  • 3.4 Philips
  • 3.5 Honeywell
    • 3.5.1 Honeywell HomMed LifeStream
  • 3.6 Sony 3-12
  • 3.7 Tele-Health Carts
  • 3.8 GlobalMed
    • 3.8.1 GlobalMed Telemedicine Products | Telehealth Equipment | Medical Technology
    • 3.8.2 GlobalMed Telemedicine Carts | Telehealth Carts
    • 3.8.3 GlobalMed i8500"! Mobile Telemedicine Station
    • 3.8.4 GlobalMed TES (Transportable Exam Station)
    • 3.8.5 GlobalMed FirstExam"! Mobile Telemedicine Station
    • 3.8.6 GlobalMed Teleaudiology Cart | Mobile Medical Carts
    • 3.8.7 GlobalMed Medical Technology Products | Mobile Medical Carts
    • 3.8.8 GlobalMed Mobile Telemedicine Carts
    • 3.8.9 GlobalMed TotalExam"! HD Examination Camera
    • 3.8.10 GlobalMed Diagnostic Imaging | Medical Imaging
    • 3.8.11 GlobalMed Diagnostic Imaging | Medical Imaging Equipment
  • 3.9 Video Conferencing Health Apps - CMS
    • 3.9.1 Internet Health Products
  • 3.10 Vidyo
  • 3.11 Cisco
  • 3.12 Google
  • 3.13 Microsoft/Skype
  • 3.14 Polycom
  • 3.15 Intel
  • 3.16 Sony
  • 3.17 eICUs
  • 3.18 TeleHealth Software
  • 3.19 IBM Smarter Analytics
  • 3.19.1 IBM Watson for TeleHelathcare
  • 3.20 GlobalMed Health Information Exchange
    • 3.20.1 GlobalMed Software
    • 3.20.2 GlobalMed CONi"! Services
  • 3.21 CapSureR 2.0
  • 3.22 Medical Strategic Planning
  • 3.23 WebMD
    • 3.23.1 WebMD CameraDirect
    • 3.23.2 Hand-held Telemedicine Kit (HTK)
  • 3.24 Microsoft
  • 3.25 Mobile TeleHealth Product Description
  • 3.26 CareSpeak Communications, FitNow, and Fitbit
  • 3.27 Government Telehealth Initiatives
  • 3.28 US Government
    • 3.28.1 CMS 3-54
  • 3.29 UK Government
  • 3.30 Canadian Government Telehealth Ontario
  • 3.31 Japanese Government
  • 3.32 Taiwanese Government
  • 3.33 Telehealth Networks
  • 3.34 Georgia Telehealth Initiative
  • 3.35 Arkansaw Telehealth Initiative
  • 3.36 Avera Telehealth Network
  • 3.37 Eastern Maine Telehealth Network
  • 3.38 Eastern Montana Telemedicine
    • 3.38.1 Montana Telemedicine Network
  • 3.39 Idaho and Oregon Telehealth
  • 3.40 Louisiana Telehealth Network
  • 3.41 Mississippi Telehealth Network
  • 3.42 Nebraska Telehealth Network
  • 3.43 California Telehealth Network of Regents of University
  • 3.43.1 Telehealth Network Grantee Site Maps
  • 3.44 Telecommunications Service Provider Tele-Health Initiatives
  • 3.45 Verizon Healthcare Monitoring
  • 3.46 BT
  • 3.47 Deutsche Telecom
  • 3.48 NTT
  • 3.49 AT&T
  • 3.50 EMC
  • 3.51 Qolpac
  • 3.52 Qualcomm
  • 3.53 Tele-health Consulting Companies
  • 3.54 Accenture
  • 3.55 Sutter Center for Integrated Care
  • 3.56 Healthrageous
  • 3.57 Humedica
  • 3.58 Telesofia Medical
  • 3.59 Textron Systems
  • 3.60 ciCoach.com
  • 3.61 American Well Systems
  • 3.62 Boehringer Ingelheim
  • 3.63 PwC
  • 3.63.1 PwC Health & Welfare Benefits Programs
  • 3.64 Eliza Corp
  • 3.65 Eliza Corp
  • 3.66 Basis Band Personal Health Tracker
  • 3.67 Body Composition Tracker
    • 3.67.1 Linear Software

4. TELE-HEALTH TECHNOLOGY

  • 4.1 Patient-Centered /-Participatory Congestive Heart Failure Telemonitoring
    • 4.1.1 Heart Failure Congress 2011
    • 4.1.2 TIM-HF Study CHF
    • 4.1.3 TheTEHAF study
    • 4.1.4 Johns Hopkins Home-Based Telemonitoring
  • 4.2 Diabetes Remote Monitoring
    • 4.2.1 Diabetes Remote Monitoring Drivers
    • 4.2.2 Partners HealthCare Diabetes Remote Monitoring Program Overview
    • 4.2.3 Partners HealthCare Diabetes Monitoring Member
  • 4.3 Partners Healthcare Blood Pressure Home Monitoring Health Initiative
    • 4.3.1 Partners Healthcare Blood Pressure Connect
  • 4.4 Medtronic
  • 4.5 Health Monitoring
    • 4.5.1 Patient-Centered Home Tele Health Monitoring
  • 4.6 Chronic Heart Failure Clinical Studies
  • 4.7 Texas Pilot Program
    • 4.7.1 Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) A Major Chronic Condition
    • 4.7.2 Hypertension Intervention Nurse Telemedicine (HINTS) Study
  • 4.8 Ingestible Event Marker
  • 4.9 Real-Time Remote Medical Diagnosis System (RTRMDS)
    • 4.9.1 Tele-pharmacy
    • 4.9.2 Electronic Medical Records Detail Drug Information Effectiveness
    • 4.9.3 Consumers Increasingly Involved In Treatment Decision-Making
  • 4.10 Health Care Monitoring Solutions Technology
    • 4.10.1 Health Information Exchange Services
  • 4.11 Home-Based Care
  • 4.12 'Mobile Health Clinics'
    • 4.12.1 Self-Service Kiosks
    • 4.12.2 Mobile Health Care
    • 4.12.3 Mobile Office a Set Of Commonly Used Mobile Communication Tools
    • 4.12.4 Telemedicine Allows Medical Professionals To Consult And Diagnose Patients Remotely
  • 4.13 DICOM Index Tracker NDS Surgical Imaging, LLC
  • 4.14 Population Of The Developed World Is Growing Older, Medical Costs Are Rising, Not Enough Doctors To Heal The Elderly Sick
    • 4.14.1 Remote Monitoring Device
  • 4.15 US Government Tele-Health Subcommittees
    • 4.15.1 Telehealth Product Medical Device Regulation In The United States 4-51
  • 4.16 American Telemedicine Association's Home Telehealth Clinical Guidelines

5. TELEHEALTH COMPANY DESCRIPTION

  • 5.1 Aetna5-1
  • 5.2 Accenture
  • 5.3 Aetna5-2
    • 5.3.1 Aetna Health Benefits And Insurance Plans
  • 5.4 American Well Systems
  • 5.5 Assa Abloy
    • 5.5.1 Assa Abloy Regional Division - EMEA
    • 5.5.2 Assa Abloy Regional Division - Americas
    • 5.5.3 Assa Abloy Regional Division - Asia Pacific
    • 5.5.4 Assa Abloy Acquisitions 2012
  • 5.6 AT&T
  • 5.7 Boehringer Ingelheim
  • 5.8 Bosch
    • 5.8.1 Bosch Group
  • 5.9 Bayer - Viterion
  • 5.10 Biotronik
  • 5.11 BT
  • 5.12 Cardionet
  • 5.13 Centerstone Research Institute
  • 5.14 Centerstone Research Institute
  • 5.15 ciCoach.com
  • 5.16 Cisco
  • 5.17 Cleveland Clinic
    • 5.17.1 Cleveland Clinic MyChart
  • 5.18 CMS
  • 5.19 Deutsche Telecom
  • 5.20 Eliza Corp
  • 5.21 EMC
  • 5.22 Healthrageous
  • 5.23 Honeywell HomMed
  • 5.24 Humedica
  • 5.25 GlobalMed
    • 5.25.1 GlobalMed Telemedicine Services
  • 5.26 IBM
    • 5.26.1 IBM Revenue Q2 2012
    • 5.26.2 IBM Business Model
    • 5.26.3 IBM Revenue Second-Quarter 2012
    • 5.26.4 IBM Geographic Regions Q2 2012
    • 5.26.5 IBM Growth Markets Q2 2012
    • 5.26.6 IBM Services Q2 2012
    • 5.26.7 IBM Software Q2 2012
    • 5.26.8 IBM Hardware Q2 2012
    • 5.26.9 IBM Financing Q2 2012
    • 5.26.10 IBM Lombardi
  • 5.27 Intel
  • 5.28 Kaiser
  • 5.28.1 Kaiser5-38
  • 5.29 Mayo Clinic
    • 5.29.1 Mayo Clinic Telehealth
  • 5.30 Medical Strategic Planning
    • 5.30.1 Medical Strategic Planning (MSP) Alliance Organizations
  • 5.31 Medullan
    • 5.31.1 Medullan Services
  • 5.32 NTT
    • 5.32.1 Operating Revenues
  • 5.33 Partners Healthcare
    • 5.33.1 Partners Healthcare Integrated Health Care System
  • 5.34 Philips
  • 5.35 Polycom
  • 5.36 PwC
  • 5.37 Qolpac
  • 5.38 Qualcomm
  • 5.39 Sorin Group
  • 5.40 Sotera
  • 5.41 Skype
  • 5.42 Sony
  • 5.43 Sutter Center for Integrated Care
  • 5.44 Telecare
  • 5.45 Telesofia Medical
  • 5.46 Textron Systems
  • 5.47 VA Department of Veterans Affairs
  • 5.48 Verizon
  • 5.49 Vidyo
  • 5.50 Walmart
    • 5.50.1 Walmart Affordable Healthcare
  • 5.51 Worksmart

List of Tables and Figures

Tele-Health Executive Summary

  • Table ES-1 Tele-Health Market Driving Forces
  • Table ES-2 M-Health Market Driving Forces
  • Table ES-3 Telemonitoring Market Driving Forces
  • Figure ES-4 Tele-Health Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2012
  • Table ES-5 Tele-Health Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2012
  • Figure ES-6 Tele-Monitor Market Shares, Dollars, First Three Quarters 2012
  • Figure ES-7 Tele-Server Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
  • Figure ES-8 Tele-health Market Factors
  • Figure ES-9 Aging of the Population, 600 Million Elderly Individuals World Wide
  • Figure ES-10 Tele-health Challenge: One Billion Adults Over Weight, 86 Million Individuals with Chronic Conditions
  • Figure ES-11 Tele-health Goal: Improve Lifestyle Choices

Tele-Health Market Description and Market Dynamics

  • Table 1-1 Telemedicine Product Benefits
  • Table 1-2 Telemedicine Product Features Integrated systems.
  • Figure 1-3 Mobile Transformation of Business Model
  • Figure 1-4 Mobile Transformation of Healthcare Business Model
  • Figure 1-5 Healthcare Mobile Business Challenges
  • Figure 1-6 US National Prevention Council Documents Increase in Number of Americans Healthy At Every Stage of Life
  • Figure 1-7 Chronic Disease Issues
  • Figure 1-8 Healthcare Spending Per Capita by Country
  • Figure 1-9 International Comparison of Spending on Health 1980-2008
  • Figure 1-10 Supply, Use and Price of Diagnostic Imaging in OECD Countries.

Tele-Health Market Shares and Market Forecasts

  • Table 2-1 Tele-Health Market Driving Forces
  • Table 2-2 M-Health Market Driving Forces
  • Table 2-3 Telemonitoring Market Driving Forces
  • Figure 2-4 Tele-Health Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2012
  • Table 2-5 Tele-Health Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2012
  • Figure 2-6 Tele-Monitor Market Shares, Dollars, First Three Quarters 2012
  • Table 2-7 Tele-Monitor Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, First Three Quarters 2012
  • Figure 2-8 Tele-Server Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
  • Table 2-9 Tele-Health Market Forecasts Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2012-2018
  • Table 2-10 Tele-Servers Installed Market Forecasts Units, Worldwide, 2012-2018
  • Table 2-11 Tele-Health Servers Shipped, Market Forecasts Units, Worldwide, 2012-2018
  • Table 2-12 Smart Phone Market Shares, Units and Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
  • Table 2-13 Total Smart Phone Installed Base Units, Worldwide, 2012-2018
  • Table 2-14 Remote And Wireless Patient Monitoring Device Using Wireless Networks
  • Table 2-15 The Medicare Tele-health Originating Site Facility Fee and MEI Increase by the Applicable Time Period
  • Table 2-16 Factors Likely To Create Shift To Telehealth
  • Table 2-17 Telehealth Adoption Rate Issues And Concerns
  • Figure 2-18 Tele-health Market Factors
  • Figure 2-19 Aging of the Population, 600 Million Elderly Individuals World Wide
  • Figure 2-20 Tele-health Challenge: One Billion Adults Over Weight, 86 Million Individuals with Chronic Conditions
  • Figure 2-21 Tele-health Goal: Improve Lifestyle Choices
  • Table 2-22 Tele-Monitoring Critical Issues Addressed
  • Table 2-23 Tele-Monitoring Clinical Results
  • Table 2-24 Tele Health Monitoring Problem Solution Aspects
  • Table 2-25 Gemalto CINTERION Wireless Module Functions
  • Figure 2-26 Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) Patients Worldwide, Forecasts, Number, 2012-2018
  • Figure 2-27 Diabetes Patients Worldwide, Forecasts, Number, 2012-2018
  • Table 2-28 Number of Patients with Disease Conditions Requiring Wheelchairs, By Diagnosis, Number, Worldwide, 2012-2018
  • Figure 2-29 Follow Up Link Increases Exponentially In Europe
  • Table 2-30 Tele-Monitoring Program Benefits
  • Table 2-31 Tele-Monitoring Alarm Devices
  • Figure 2-32 Tele-Server Regional Market Segments, Dollars, First Three Quarters 2012
  • Table 2-33 Tele-Server Regional Market Segments, First Three Quarters 2012
  • Table 2-34 Smart Phone Installed Base By Country and Region

Tele-Health Product Description

  • Figure 3-1 Bosch Health Buddy System
  • Table 3-2 Bosch Health Buddy Tele-Health Evidence Based Management Programs*
  • Figure 3-3 Bayer Viterion 500
  • Table 3-4 Bayer Viterion 500 Features
  • Figure 3-5 Philips Telehealth
  • Figure 3-6 Honeywell Genesis Touch
  • Figure 3-7 Sony Healthcare Products
  • Figure 3-8 GlobalMed Telemedicine Carts
  • Figure 3-9 GlobalMed Telemedicine Carts Mobile Medical Stations
  • Figure 3-10 GlobalMed Telemedicine Cart | Mobile Medical Station
  • Figure 3-11 GlobalMed i8500 Teleaudiology Station
  • Figure 3-12 GlobalMed Telehealth Cameras
  • Figure 3-13 GlobalMed TotalExam"! HD Examination Camera
  • Figure 3-14 TotalExam"! Examination Camera
  • Figure 3-15 GlobalMed iREZR i5770 PTZ Camera
  • Figure 3-16 Vidyo Telehealth
  • Figuree 3-17 Cisco Hospital Video Survellience
  • Figure 3-18 Polycom Telehealth
  • Figure 3-19 Intel mHealth
  • Figure 3-20 CMS Services
  • Table 3-21 CMS Medicare Coverage
  • Figure 3-22 Telehealth Network of Regents of University of California
  • Figure 3-23 Verizon Healthcare Monitoring
  • Figure 3-24 BT eHospital
  • Figure 3-25 Deutsche Telecom e-Health
  • Figure 3-26 NTT TeleHealth
  • Figure 3-27 AT&T Telehealth Solutions
  • Figure 3-28 Qolpac Telehealth
  • Figure 3-29 Healthrageous Telehealth
  • Figure 3-3/ Humedica TeleHealth
  • Figure 3-31 American Well Systems Consultation
  • Table 3-32 American Well Systems Consultation Features
  • Figure 3-33 PwC TeleHealth
  • Figure 3-34 Basis Band Personal Health Tracker

Tele-Health Technology

  • Table 4-1 New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) Sarwat I. Chaudhry, M.D Telemonitoring Research and Letters That Critique The Study
  • Table 4-2 Evident Health Services Target Patient Metrics, Best Practice Targets Blood Pressure, Blood Lipids
  • Table 4-2 (Continued) Evident Health Services Target Patient Metrics, Best Practice Targets Blood Pressure, Blood Lipids
  • Table 4-3 Evident Health Services Target Patient Metrics, Best Practice Obesity and Insulin Targets
  • Table 4-4 Partners Healthcare Tele-Monitoring Benefits
  • Figure 4-5 Medtronic CareLink Disease Management
  • Figure 4-6 Medtronic Device Monitoring and Disease Management
  • Figure 4-7 Device Follow-up and Disease Management
  • Figure 4-8 Medtronic Cardiac Implantable Device Monitoring Heart Failure Guidelines
  • Figure 4-9 Viterion Device for Tele-Health Monitoring
  • Table 4-10 Health Information Exchange services Example Solutions
  • Table 4-11 Health Information Exchange Services Benefits
  • Table 4-12 Home-Based Care Telemedicine Benefits
  • Table 4-13 Mobile Health Care Solution
  • Table 4-14 Mobile Office Solutions
  • Table 4-15 Telehealth Readiness Assessment System Functions

Tele-Health Company Profiles

  • Table 5-1 Assa Abloy Regional Division - EMEA Situation
  • Figure 5-2 Centerstone Research Institute Telehealth
  • Figure 5-3 Kaiser Thrive Campaign
  • Table 5-4 Kaiser Services
  • Table 5-5 Mayo Clinic Services
  • Figure 5-6 Medullan Services
  • Figure 5-7
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