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Mobile Medical Applications Market Tracked in New In-Demand Study Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

05 Jul 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – With the overall mobile app market forecast to keep on displaying strong double-digit growth through 2016, the market for healthcare-related software apps for use in mobile devices will also continue to grow quickly. Although they make up just 1-2% of the entire market for mobile apps, healthcare apps are expected to grow 25% annually over the next five years, compared to still-impressive 23% growth estimated for the standard apps market. The growing number of healthcare professionals utilizing these apps in everyday business activities is contributing to the market segment growing at a faster rate than some other categories of apps.

New study “The Market for Mobile Medical Apps” developed by Kalorama Information details the smartphone and other mobile applications that are being utilized in many areas of healthcare – education, health management, data management, health information, and other workflow processes, and presents a picture of the market today and what it may look like over the next five years. It gives revenue estimates and forecasts for apps running on Apple, Android, Nokia, Palm and Windows devices; and for apps used as nursing and study tools, to reference drug and medical information and as clinical decision support.

The report examines popular apps being used from more than a dozen vendors and their business models. It also considers issues that will affect the market in the upcoming years, such as pricing, security threats, implementation failures, change resistance, infrastructure costs and federal initiatives, among others.

Report Details:

Title: The Market for Mobile Medical Apps
Published: June, 2012
Pages: 109
Price: US$ 2,500.00

More new studies by the publisher can be found at Kalorama Information page.



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