According to a new market report published by Credence Research “Healthcare Mobility Solutions (Payers (Insurance Companies, etc), Providers (Hospitals, Clinics, Laboratories, Nursing Homes, Ambulatory Care Facilities, and other Healthcare Facilities), and Patients (Individuals)) Market – Growth, Share, Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, and Forecast 2015 – 2022”, the healthcare mobility solutions market is poised to witness an alarming growth, majorly contributed by the growing demand for mHealth applications.
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Although the healthcare industry was one of the earliest industries to embrace enterprise mobility, it is still trailing behind in the use of mobile technology when compared to other industries including retail, banking, etc. However, the concept of mobile health (mHealth) is slowly and steadily gaining momentum in the healthcare ecosystem and is expected to revolutionize the industry in the coming years. The ever changing regulatory conformities in the healthcare industry have ensured growing acceptance of mobile health solutions across diverse end-user segments in the healthcare ecosystem. The growing penetration of healthcare related wearable devices such as wrist bands, sensors, and other portable wearable devices are further boosting the demand for mobile health (mHealth) solutions across the medical fraternity. Mobile communication devices such as smartphones, personal digital assistants (PDAs), and laptops are used to provide health information and healthcare services. With the help of these mobile devices, healthcare service providers are able to offer electronic health (e- health) information and services to wider audience via wireless technologies such as 3G/LTE, WiMax, Bluetooth, and WiFi among others.
In addition, increasing demand for efficient personal care services coupled with the need to curb escalating healthcare expense has ensured growing adoption of mobile health (mHealth) solutions, especially among patient (individuals) segment. Mobile healthcare solutions are specifically designed to help healthcare service providers streamline their workflow, curb expenses, and ensure compliance with the rigorous regulatory guidelines of healthcare industry. Thus, these solutions (mHealth solutions) are enabling patients to personalize and customize their healthcare service options. On the other hand, these solutions are also facilitating healthcare service providers including clinicians and physicians to scrutinize physiological factors in real time and provide timely feedback to patients.
Some of the leading and promising players in the healthcare mobility solutions market include McKesson Corporation (the U.S.), Koninklijke Philips N.V. (The Netherlands), Cerner Corporation (the U.S.), Oracle Corporation (the U.S.), AT&T, Inc. (the U.S.), SAP SE (Germany), Cisco Systems, Inc. (the U.S.), AirStrip Technologies, Inc. (the U.S.), Omron Corporation (Japan), Zebra Technologies Corporation (the U.S.), and GE Healthcare (the U.K.) among others