The new report by Zion Market Research on the “Global IoT Healthcare Market — Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2016 – 2022″ has a vast information about the market and its potential. The global IoT Healthcare Market was valued at around USD 5,800 million in the year 2014 and it is expected to reach approximately USD 14,660 million by 2022. The global IoT Healthcare market is expected to exhibit a CAGR of more than 11.0% between 2017 and 2022.
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The increasing implementation of diverse equipment (Diagnostic as well as therapeutic) in detecting and maintaining the health outcomes of patients is one of the major factors that drive the growth of the global IoT Healthcare devices market. In major developed countries, IoT has been successfully implemented in remote monitoring of diabetes and asthma patients, coupled with high penetration of fitness and wellness devices owing to which the sales of the IoT Healthcare systems will grow in the future years.
Our research analysts observed that there will be an increasing demand for the IoT Healthcare market from the Telemedicine sector.
The global IoT Healthcare market is segmented on the basis of the component type, application, connectivity, end user, and the geographical regions.
Global IoT Healthcare Market: Component Segment Analysis
- Medical Devices
- Implanted Medical Devices
- Wearable External Medical Devices
- Stationary Medical Devices
- Professional Services
- System Integration Services
- Maintenance and Support Services
- Systems & Software
- Data Analytics
- Remote Devices Management
- Network Bandwidth Management
- Network Security
- Application Security
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Global IoT Healthcare Market: Application Segment Analysis
- Clinical Operations & Work Flow Management
- a. Remote Patient Monitoring
- b. Store & Forward Telemedicine
- c. Interactive Telemedicine
- Connected imaging
- Medication Management
- Inpatient Management