IP-based Health Solutions: Home Care and Beyond

This report examines the market for IP-based monitoring solutions that help consumers live safer and healthier at home. It looks into broadband service providers’ involvement in this market sector and profiles their market development efforts, partnerships, and business models.

Broadband in the home and wireless broadband connectivity have made it easier to remotely monitor consumers for safety and health concerns. IP-based sensor networks and GPS technology also open the door for new service types that can be added to the home monitoring platform.

“Infrastructure development and technology advances have piqued the interest of broadband service providers (BSP) in this market,” said Harry Wang, Director of Health and Mobile Product Research with Parks Associates. "BSPs are studying the market and piloting projects with partners in preparation for full engagement. The market potential is big enough for both the incumbents and BSPs, but the key is to find the right business models to awaken the dormant demand.”

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1.0            Introduction

1.1            Key Questions & Issues Addressed

1.2            Scope of Report

1.3            Source of Data

2.0            Market Dynamics in the Home Health Market

2.1            State of the Market for Home Health Monitoring Solutions

2.2            Consumer Interest in Home Health Monitoring

2.3            Market Movers

2.3.1        Personal Emergency Response Service (PERS) Vendors

2.3.2        Senior Independent Living Service Providers

2.3.3        Health Care Service Providers

2.3.4        Broadband/Telecom Service Providers

2.3.5        Technology Enablers

3.0            Home Health Monitoring Solutions: Value Chains and Business Models

3.1            Traditional Value Chain in Independent Living/Health Monitoring

3.2            IP-based Home Health Monitoring Value Chain

3.3            Business Models

3.3.1        Incumbent Approaches

3.3.2        New Business Models by Emerging Players

3.3.3        Regulatory Factors

4.0            Market Forecasts

4.1            Methodology Overview

4.2            IP-based Senior Independent Living Monitoring Forecast

4.3            IP-based Home Health Monitoring Forecast

4.4            Broadband/Mobile Service Providers’ Opportunities

5.0            Conclusions & Implications

6.0            Appendix

6.1            Definitions and Acronyms

6.2            Company Index

Consumer Appeal of Home Health Monitoring Solutions
Consumer Interest in Health Monitoring by Caregiver Status
Consumer Willingness to Pay for Home Health Monitoring Services
Consumer Willingness to Pay in Health Monitoring by Caregiver Status
Selected Incumbent PERS Providers
New Senior Independent Living Solution Providers
Examples of Health Service Providers Using Home Health Monitoring Solutions
Broadband/Mobile Service Providers’ Foray into Home health Monitoring
ypes and Examples of Technology Enablers
Traditional Home Health Monitoring Value Chain
IP-based Home Health Monitoring Value Chain
Market Positioning of Senior Independent Living Solutions
Business Model Summary for Health Monitoring Solution
Broadband/Mobile Service Providers’ Business Cases and Revenue Models
User Forecasts for Senior Independent Living Monitoring Services
User Forecasts for IP-based Senior Independent Living Monitoring Services
ARPU and Revenue Forecasts of IP-based Senior Independent Living Monitoring Services
User Forecasts for Home Health Monitoring Services
User Forecasts for IP-based Home Health Monitoring Services
ARPU and Revenue Forecasts of IP-based Home Health Monitoring Services
Analysis of Broadband/Mobile Service Providers’ Choices of Business Models and Service Models
Definitions and Acronyms

Publish Date: 4Q 2011

Pages: 50


Authored By:
Harry Wang - Senior Director of Research

© November 2011 Parks Associates
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