Wireless Healthcare (Second Edition)

This report updates the inaugural wireless health report from Parks Associates. It continues to profile innovations in both wireless technology-supported personal health applications and business models, analyzes current market size and segments, highlights impact from new health policies and regulatory requirements, and projects market directions and growth potentials.

“Parks Associates believes that mobile technology and wireless connectivity will greatly enhance the appeal of personal health applications and solutions to end users,” said Harry Wang, Director of Health and Mobile Product Research, Parks Associates. He added that a growing interest from care providers, insurers, and technology developers is driving the industry’s expansion. “We now need clearly-defined health policies, transparent regulations, and well-aligned the business partnerships to bring wireless health opportunities to fruition.”

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The Bottom Line

1.0   Report Summary

1.1 Purpose of Report

1.2 Scope of Report

1.3 Research Approach and Source of Information

2.0   m-Health: Market Overview

2.1 m-Health: Who Has a Stake?

2.2 m-Health Applications and Business Models

2.2.1    Mobile PHRs

2.2.2    Wellness & Fitness

2.2.3    Medication Management

2.2.4    Remote Health Monitoring

2.2.5    Productivity Apps for Healthcare Professionals

2.3 m-Health: A Consumer Perspective

2.4 m-Health Industry Analysis

2.4.1    Impact of Healthcare Policies and Regulations

2.4.2    Funding of m-Health Ventures

2.4.3    m-Health Opportunity for Mobile Operators

2.5 m-Health Market Size by Segment: 2010

3.0   Wireless Sensors and Connected Care

3.1 Advances in Wireless Sensors and Medical ICs

3.2 Connected Care Devices and Services: A Summary

4.0   Market Forecasts

4.1 Forecast Methodology

4.2 Total Market Size and Five-year Revenue Projection

5.0   Market Implications and Recommendations

6.0   Appendix

Company Index

ADI

Aerotel

Airstrip Technologies

Alere

ANT+ Alliance

Apple

AT&T

Basis

BodyMedia

Boston Scientific

Cactus Semiconductor

Calgary Scientific

CardioMEMS

CardioNet

Cellnovo

Cellscope

China Mobile

Chronic Stimulation

Communication Software

Continua Health Alliance

Dexcom

Dossia

Doximity

Endomondo

Epic Systems

ePocrates

Fitness Keeper

Google

GreatCall

Halo Monitoring

Healthagen

iHealth

Independa

InRange

Intel

Jive Media LLC

LifeWatch

Maxim Integrated Products

Medsphere

Medtronic

Microsoft

NoMoreClipboard.com

NTT DoCoMo

PatientKeeper

Philips

Proteus Biomedical

Samplify

Sanofi Aventis

SentiCare

Skimble

Sotera Wireless

Spectrum Health

Sprint

St. Jude Medical

Teladoc

Telefonica

Texas Instruments

Toumaz

ValenCell

Verizon Wireless

Vignet Corporation

VipaHealth solutions

Vitality

Vocel

Vocera Communications

WebMD

Wellcore

WellDoc

Withings

WorkSmartLabs

M-Health, Wireless Health, and Connected Health
Near-Term and Long-Term Market Factors for M-Health Industry
M-Health’s Benefits to Healthcare Industry
Types of Mobile PHRs
Mobile Fitness & Wellness Apps and Their Business Models
Mobile Medication Management Solutions and Apps
Smartphone Ownership among Specific Patient Groups
Profiles of Companies Offering a Mobile Health Monitoring Platform
Profiles of Companies Offering a Mobile PERS Solution
Mobile Clinical Apps for Care Professionals
Online Consumer Health Activities
Types of Mobile Health Apps Downloaded by U.S. Consumers
Usage of Data Collected by Health Management and Fitness Devices
Monthly Service Cost Expectation for Senior Care Services
Venture Investments in Emerging Mobile Health App Market
Mobile Operators’ Opportunities in m-Health
Mobile Operator m-Health Initiatives
2010 U.S. Mobile Health Revenue Breakdown
Analog IC Providers for Wireless Monitoring Devices
U.S. Wireless Health Revenue Forecasts: Mobile Vs. Non-Mobile Wireless
U.S. Wireless Health Revenue Forecasts by Market Segment (2010-2015)

Publish Date: 3Q 2011

Pages: 54


Authored By:
Harry Wang - Senior Director of Research
Jennifer Kent - Director, Research Quality & Product Development

© July 2011 Parks Associates
Dallas, Texas 75230

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