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Global Healthcare Interoperability Market 2019-2020 & Forecast to 2024

Research and Markets
·3 min read

Dublin, Oct. 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global Healthcare Interoperability Market, 2019-2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

Interoperability has become a critical consideration for all health IT applications. Globally, major healthcare stakeholders acknowledge the need to invest in digital infrastructure capabilities that facilitate cross-continuum patient information exchange and support evidence-based care, at scale.

Regulatory agencies are also embracing forward-thinking policies that advocate the need for major health IT vendors to become fully interoperable with each other. The objective is to drive a progressive digital healthcare approach, one that is standardized, collaborative, and multi-disciplinary, yet modular and API based.

Not everyone, however, is technically mature to make that approach a reality. Market-leading companies (HIT vendors and hospitals) in the US are expected to not comply with CMS' 21st Century Cures Act, which provisions for safe and secure transfer of patient data across the care continuum, because of threats that range from breach of patient privacy to the overwhelming cost of commitment and significant penalties.

Countries, where HIT interoperability standards are equally important and regulated, are projected to drive the market along with the US, driven by the entry of enterprise ICT companies (Apple, Microsoft, Salesforce, Oracle) that promise to improve patient data accessibility across the globe on behalf of major payers, providers, and government agencies.

In the future, data interoperability between revenue cycle management (RCM), Electronic Medical Record (EMR), wearables, imaging, and supply chain IT solutions will mark a new era of holistic population health management. As a result, the population health management market, coupled with the social determinant of the health market, will continue to drive global market revenue in favor of healthcare interoperability solutions. Additionally, quality performance management during and post-care will be the most important investment area for payers, providers, and government agencies.

Data analytics and data interoperability solutions will be mainly utilized for purposes that serve the broader objective of value-based care, which is to report quality outcomes across the care continuum near real-time. More importantly, the healthcare interoperability market will be primarily driven in the future by progressive healthcare stakeholders that are currently harnessing the power of AI technologies to support interdisciplinary treatment decisions across multiple disparate healthcare departments across the care continuum.

Key Topics Covered:

Executive Summary

  • Key Findings - Global Market Forces

  • Key Findings - Global Market Financials

  • Key Findings - Select Vendor Examples

  • Scope and Segmentation

  • Key Questions this Study will Answer

  • Market Engineering Measurements

  • CEO’s Perspective

  • Executive Summary - 3 Big Predictions

Market Overview

  • Growth Opportunities Resulting from Broader Industry Convergence

  • Introduction

  • Market Segmentation

  • Market Distribution Channels

  • Market Distribution Channels Discussion

Drivers and Restraints

  • Impact of Healthcare Industry Mega Trends on the Digital Health Interoperability Market

  • Mega Trend Impact on the Interoperability Market

  • Market Drivers

  • Market Restraints

Revenue Forecasts and Trends - Total Healthcare Interoperability Market

  • Forecast Assumptions and Definitions

  • Market Engineering Measurements

  • Revenue Forecast

  • Revenue Forecast Discussion

  • Percent Revenue Forecast by Region

  • Segment Lifecycle Analysis

Market Engineering Measurements

  • Latin American Region Key Findings

  • Revenue Forecast by Product Segment

  • Revenue Discussion by Product Segment

Penetration Analysis - Global Outlook

Competitive Environment - Total Healthcare Interoperability Market

  • Market Share

  • Changes in the Competitive Environment

  • Competitive Environment

  • Competitive Market Structure

  • Detailed Vendor Landscape Segmentation

Growth Opportunity Assessment

  • 5 Major Growth Opportunities

  • Strategic Imperatives for Success and Growth

Appendix - Demographic Indicators: Selected Nations

  • US Healthcare - Demographic Indicators

  • Chinese Healthcare - Demographic Indicators

  • Japanese Healthcare - Demographic Indicators

  • Indian Healthcare - Demographic Indicators

  • UAE Healthcare - Demographic Indicators

  • UK Healthcare - Demographic Indicators

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