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Global Tele-ICU Market 2023

March 2023 | 44 pages | ID: GFEF2391F9DAEN
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Tele-ICU, also known as tele-intensive care unit or remote critical care, is a technology-enabled healthcare service that allows remote monitoring and consultation of critically ill patients by intensivists and critical care specialists. It uses advanced telecommunication technology and provides two-way real-time audio and video communication, electronic health records, and other specialized software tools to deliver continuous remote care to patients in intensive care units (ICUs) or other critical care settings. The global tele-ICU market is anticipated to increase by USD 6.3 billion till 2029 at an average annual growth of 17.17 percent as per the latest market estimates.

This industry report offers market estimates of the global market, followed by a detailed analysis of the component, model, patient group, end user, and region. The global market data on tele-ICU can be segmented by component: hardware, services, software. In 2022, the hardware segment made up the largest share of revenue generated by the tele-ICU market. Tele-ICU market is further segmented by model: centralized tele-ICU, decentralized tele-ICU, hybrid tele-ICU. The centralized tele-ICU segment was the largest contributor to the global tele-ICU market in 2022. Based on patient group, the tele-ICU market is segmented into: adult patients, neonatal & pediatric patients. The adult patients segment is estimated to account for the largest share of the global tele-ICU market. On the basis of end user, the tele-ICU market also can be divided into: system-affiliated hospitals, independent hospitals. The system-affiliated hospitals segment held the largest share of the global tele-ICU market in 2022 and is anticipated to hold its share during the forecast period. Tele-ICU market by region is categorized into: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, MEA (Middle East and Africa), Latin America. In 2022, North America made up the largest share of revenue generated by the tele-ICU market.

The global tele-ICU market is highly competitive. The key players in the tele-ICU market include Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd. (AHEL), Banner Health Foundation, Ceiba Healthcare US Inc., Eagle Telemedicine, GE Healthcare, Hicuity Health Inc., Inova Health Foundation, Koninklijke Philips N.V., SOC Telemed Inc., Teladoc Health Inc.

The data-centric report focuses on market trends, status and outlook for segments. With comprehensive market assessment across the major geographies, the report is a valuable asset for the existing players, new entrants and the future investors.

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Part 1. Summary
Part 2. Introduction
· Study period
· Geographical scope
· Market segmentation
Part 3. Tele-ICU market overview
Part 4. Market breakdown by component
· Hardware
· Services
· Software
Part 5. Market breakdown by model
· Centralized tele-ICU
· Decentralized tele-ICU
· Hybrid tele-ICU
Part 6. Market breakdown by patient group
· Adult patients
· Neonatal & pediatric patients
Part 7. Market breakdown by end user
· System-affiliated hospitals
· Independent hospitals
Part 8. Market breakdown by region
· North America
· Europe
· Asia-Pacific
· MEA (Middle East and Africa)
· Latin America
Part 9. Key companies
· Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd. (AHEL)
· Banner Health Foundation
· Ceiba Healthcare US Inc.
· Eagle Telemedicine
· GE Healthcare
· Hicuity Health, Inc.
· Inova Health Foundation
· Koninklijke Philips N.V.
· SOC Telemed, Inc.
· Teladoc Health Inc.
Part 10. Methodology

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