E-Health, E-Education & E-Government Markets Discussed in Topical BuddeComm Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

06 Jan 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The elimination of unnecessary costs, creation of greater efficiencies and the rise of productivity are some of the key advantages of the digital economy; these benefits are of specific significance in terms of the education, healthcare and government services sectors.

The healthcare industry is currently under rising pressure from mushrooming and ageing populations that still need top-quality medical services. Healthcare is one of the most inefficient sectors globally, and all the while, this is the world’s largest industry. Medicine will likely change from its present-day reactive mode, in which doctors wait for people to become sick, to a mode which is much more preventive and rational and is known as a predictive, personalised, preventive, participatory (P4) medicine system.

E-education is an area that will likely take the lead in digital transformation. Nevertheless, this has not happened yet due to the resistance to changes and unpreparedness for the massive social and economic changes in the offing. To fully make use of these novel technologies a full sector transformation is to take place.

A host of government organisations worldwide are also well aware of the importance of executing digital solutions such as cloud computing, online services and m-government; the benefits of most of these developments encompass the reduction of costs and improved processes and information flow with the major goal to enhance customer service for citizens. Governments worldwide keep on deploying cloud platforms and indeed increase expenditure in this field. The impressive uptake and penetration of smartphones and supporting infrastructure also indicates there will be a ground swell of pressure from citizens wishing ready access to government services through their mobile devices. This is also poised to become a primary focus for governments in the upcoming years.

New market research study “Global Digital Economy - E-Health, E-Education and E-Government Trends” prepared by BuddeComm offers a comprehensive, unbasted analysis of the e-education, e-learning and e-government markets. The report sheds light on the overall digital economy and its impact on the essential services; provides detailed analyses of the markets limelighting key trends and statistics; provides case studies for selected countries. The study contains historical market data and includes detailed forecasts.

Report Details:

Global Digital Economy - E-Health, E-Education and E-Government Trends
Published: December, 2015
Pages: 98
Price: US$ 995.00

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