Market Research Report
Global Operational Medicine - Systems and Services Forecast to 2028: Market Forecasts by Region, Technology, and End-User, Market and Technology Overview, Market and COVID-19 Analysis, and Leading Company Profiles
|Published by||Market Forecast||Product code||969368|
|Published||Content info||252 Pages
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|Global Operational Medicine - Systems and Services Forecast to 2028: Market Forecasts by Region, Technology, and End-User, Market and Technology Overview, Market and COVID-19 Analysis, and Leading Company Profiles|
|Published: November 1, 2020||Content info: 252 Pages||
Operational medicine is a field of military medicine that provides medical and healthcare support to soldiers and his chain of command in unconventional medical setup. The treatments are provided under extreme difficult conditions and with high level of severity of injuries. The treatments include first-aid for the injured soldiers and help improve survivability and minimize the casualties.
The report quantifies the use of telehealth technologies such as remote health consultation, telemedicine advice and other ongoing customized demands based on systems elements, end-users and regions in value ($ millions) terms. It also discusses how modern telehealth technologies can achieve massive business from leading military agencies in coming years.
Market Forecast's latest report "Global Operational Medicines - Systems and Services Forecast to 2028" studies, analyzes, and projects the integration of advance healthcare technologies in military operational medicines over the next 8 years - 2020-2028.
Integration of modern healthcare and communication technologies is completely new opportunity The scope for this opportunity is still unexplored in the non-US markets. This study can be a stepping stone for further research for mapping opportunity and identifying scope for technologies such as EHR, telehealth, artificial intelligence and managed services in operational medicine practices of world's major military establishments.