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IT & Telecommunications Gain Popularity in Healthcare Sector, Says Mind Commerce Publishing in Its Report available at MarketPublishers.com

28 Jul 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – At present, various information technologies and telecommunications (including tele-health, telemedicine, connected health and m-health) have deeply penetrated into the world’s healthcare market; they are used to provide different electronic assisted healthcare services. Together they form the whole ecosystem, containing all standards, operations and businesses related to the electronic healthcare industry, which comprises a broad range of stakeholders (doctors, patients, physicians, nurses, among others).

Nowadays, the healthcare IT solutions area witnesses robust growth; it encompasses a wide spectrum of technologies, including IoT, robotics, broadband wireless, telepresence, machine communications, artificial intelligence, big data and analytics. Connected health run beyond healthcare administration and services, covering the entire value chain like LIS (laboratory information systems).

The evolving sector of real-time remote medical diagnosis systems is anticipated to revolutionise the prescriptive and detection abilities of healthcare diagnostics in the years ahead.

New report “Telemedicine, Connected Health, and Mobile Healthcare Solutions, Services, and Devices: Market Analysis and Forecasts 2016 - 2021” by Mind Commerce Publishing presents a granular analysis of the world’s telemedicine, E-health, M-health and tele-health markets. It comprises an insightful review of emerging technologies, examines key applications, provides assessment of the market growth potential and outlines future growth prospects. The report gives info on top players, discusses the competitive pressures and provides answers to all important related questions.

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