Global Telemonitoring Market Examined in New Research Report Now Available at

01 Dec 2011 • by Natalie Aster
Global Telemonitoring Market Examined in New Research Report Now Available at

LONDON – With ongoing clinical trials helping to demonstrate usefulness of telemonitoring and the industry keeping on taking steps to increase user awareness and acceptance, there is strong potential for telemonitoring to provide a new generation of patient care and healthcare delivery. Given the current strong interest in the technology from around the world, the market value is expected to rise from just around USD 300 million in 2010 to over USD 1 billion in 2015.

Growth drivers for telemonitoring solutions include the potential for improved patient care; the ageing population and increasingly unhealthy lifestyles, which are leading to increased numbers of patients requiring monitoring for chronic conditions; and healthcare providers trying to find new ways to curb costs in the wake of reduced budgets. A major issue that could affect the implementation of telemonitoring is the current lack of clinical evidence as to its benefits in terms of patient outcomes and cost-effectiveness.

New market research report “Telemonitoring: Challenges & Opportunities” prepared by Espicom Business Intelligence draws up an elaborate picture of the global telemonitoring market’s dynamics.

Report Key Topics:

  • telemonitoring market description and current market dynamics;
  • global implementation projects;
  • market growth drivers, restrains and future opportunities;
  • global market forecasts;
  • telemonitoring products and applications;
  • top company profiles.

Report Details:

Title: Telemonitoring: Challenges & Opportunities
Published: November, 2011
Pages: 152 
Price: US$ 1,740

Report Contents:


  The Uses of Telemonitoring

  Fig.1: Global Telemonitoring Market by Region, 2010
  Competitive Environment
  Industry Collaboration
  Mergers & Acquisitions
  Service Provision
  Regulatory Approval and Reimbursement
  Connectivity, Integration and Healthcare IT Standards
    Data Transmission
    Data Integration and Security
    Connectivity Standards and the Continua Health Alliance

  United States
    United Kingdom
    South Korea

  Demographics and the Rising Burden of Chronic Diseases
  Telemonitoring and the Economy
  Reducing Hospital Readmissions
  Patient Satisfaction and Compliance
  Telemonitoring as a Disruptive Technology
  Healthcare Provider Acceptance
    Establishing Clinical and Cost-Effectiveness

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Espicom Business Intelligence page.



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