Business Strategy: Monetizing Telemedicine — Consumer Device Opportunities
|Authors:||Jonathan Gaw, Irene Berlinsky, Lynne A. Dunbrack|
|Document Type||Business Strategy|
|Number of Pages||12|
This IDC Health Insights report is the second in a series of four that analyzes the market for telemedicine and telehealth services in the United States. This particular report focuses on the opportunity for device vendors.
"The costs of connecting consumer electronics devices to each other and to the Internet have dropped sharply in the past decade, and the applications arising from those connections have risen commensurately. These dynamics have similarly begun to transform the telemedicine industry, and the future of connected telemedicine and telehealth devices that follow the paths paved by consumer electronics and mobile devices has tremendous potential benefits, in terms of both cost reductions and improved health," said Jonathan Gaw, research manager of IDC's Connected Consumer program.
IDC Health Insights: Monetizing Telemedicine: Vendors, Service Providers, and Payers Opportunities
Android, Applications, Broadband, Media tablets, Networked consumer devices, Networking and connectivity devices, Routers, Smartphone, Software, TV phone, VoIP, WiFi, WAPI, Wireless LAN infrastructure, iOS, iPad
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