Wireless Opportunities in Healthcare 2011 (The Market for Bluetooth, RFID, Zigbee, UWB WWAN, WMAN, WLAN and other technologies)

Date: September 22, 2011
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Wireless Opportunities in Healthcare 2011 (The Market for Bluetooth, RFID, Zigbee, UWB WWAN, WMAN, WLAN and other technologies)
In previous editions of Kalroama Information's wireless technologies market report, we described wireless IT systems and devices being used in some model healthcare environments. The use of these technologies has moved well beyond these settings and this new edition should be of interest to marketers of many products, even those outside of healthcare IT. While not every healthcare system has gone wireless, 2011 has seen no letdown in the implementation of these technologies in healthcare. Almost all healthcare organizations have had to adjust to the use of these technologies in some form.

Kalorama’s Wireless in Healthcare 2011 is your guide to the growing market for wireless healthcare applications in the United States. This report contains explanations that cut through the confusion surrounding technologies and provide readers with a total picture of wireless in healthcare.

Current and Future US Markets for Bluetooth, Zigbee, RFID, UWB, WMAN and WLAN

Since the previous edition, some technologies have performed better than others and 2010 results have led to reforecasting of some technologies. The competitive arena has not dramatically changed since last year, with a few key players dominating and opportunity for smaller companies, but developments have been interesting.

The report provides:
  • Discussion of Trends in the Wireless Technology in Healthcare Marketplace, Products and Customer Case Studies of Wireless Applications.
  • Current Revenues and Forecasts to 2015 for all Wireless Technologies by Healthcare Application.
  • Current Revenues and Forecasts to 2015 for all Wireless Technologies by Technology Type.
  • Scores of Tables and Figures provide accessible information about the wireless in healthcare marketplace.
  • Detailed Profiles of 9 Key Companies in this market, major products and key executives.
  • Explanation of the Major Technologies, ( Zigbee, Bluetooth, RFID, UWB, WMAN and WLAN )that are being used in healthcare.

Because of the focus on healthcare IT in the United States, the report focuses on this region. Some discussion of non-US opportunities and company efforts is included. The report provides today’s market figures and realistic projections for future revenues based on consideration of data and extensive interviews with industry experts. Looking at several detailed case studies, the report shows how wireless is already being used by major healthcare companies across a wide variety of applications, including:
  • Hospitals
  • Homecare and Telemedicine
  • Pharmaceutical Research (Clinical Drug Trials)
  • Inventory Control
  • Pharmaceutical Sales Force Management
  • Inventory Control
  • Physician Offices
  • Nursing Homes
  • Medical and Diagnostic Laboratories
  • Patient Monitoring
CHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Healthcare Industry
Wireless Industry
Wireless in Healthcare
Definition and Scope of Study
Application of Wireless Technologies in Healthcare
Key Wireless Technologies
Market Overview
  Market for Wireless Technologies in Healthcare
  Competitive Landscape
Regulatory Environment
Conclusions and Future Outlook

CHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW

Healthcare Industry
  Worldwide Healthcare Market
  Trends
  Challenges
Industry Adoption of Wireless Technologies
  Hospitals
  Physicians
  Nursing Homes
  Pharmacies
  Medical and Diagnostic Laboratories
Wireless Industry
  Trends Driving the Wireless Industry
  Challenges in the Wireless Industry
Electronic Medical Records
Regulatory Bodies and Societies
  United States Department of Health and Human Services
  Health Level Seven
  Federal Communication Commission
  Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society
  Health Industry Business Communications Council
Industry Initiatives
Need for Regulation
Defining the Network Security Policy for Health Organizations
  Planning the Policy
  Implementing the Policy
  Using the Policy
Health Information Technology and American Investment and Recovery Act of 2009 (ARRA)

CHAPTER THREE: MARKET ANALYSIS BY APPLICATION

Introduction
  Key Benefits
Healthcare Industry Segmentation for Wireless Applications
  Healthcare Service Providers
  Pharmaceuticals
  Health Plan Providers
Key Applications
  Remote Patient Monitoring
  Clinical Drug Trials
  E-Prescription
  RFID
  Medical Sales Force

CHAPTER FOUR: MARKET ANALYSIS BY TECHNOLOGY

Data Transmission Sessions
Wireless Operating Systems, Languages, and Protocols
Wireless Networking Technologies
  Wireless Personal Area Network – Bluetooth
  Wireless Personal Area Network – RFID
  Wireless Personal Area Network – ZigBee
  Wireless Personal Area Network – UWB
  Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN)
  Wireless Metropolitan Area Network (WMAN)
  Wireless Wide Area Network (WWAN)

CHAPTER FIVE: IMPLEMENTING WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES IN HEALTHCARE

Wireless Infrastructure for Healthcare
Planning for Wireless Infrastructure Deployment
Initiation and Execution of a Wireless Deployment Project
Cost of Implementation of Infrastructure
  Return-on-Investment Period

CHAPTER SIX: MARKET OVERVIEW AND SUMMARY

Market Definition
Market Size
  The U.S. Wireless Market in Healthcare
Drivers and Inhibitors
Drivers and Inhibitors
  Growth Drivers
  Growth Inhibitors
Emerging Trends
  Technology Achievements

CHAPTER SEVEN: CASE STUDIES

Real-Time Locating Systems (RTLS), and Medication Tracking
  Benefits of RTLS
  Benefits of Wireless Medication Tracking
Sentara Healthcare's Electronic Medical Records and Wireless Technologies
  Information Technology System
  Benefits of Implementation
Rural Wireless Healthcare: 3G Mobile Medicine
  Partners in 3G Mobile Medicine Project
  Benefits of Implementation
George Washington University Hospital – WLAN Implementation
  Requirement for Implementation of Wireless Technologies
  Benefits of the Installation
  Planning and Implementation
  Cost of Implementation
  Challenges in Implementation
Meridian At Home Pilot Program
  Benefits of Implementation
  Complimenting Technologies
Memorial Medical Center – WLAN Implementation
  Requirement for Implementation of Wireless Technologies
  Planning and Implementation
  Challenges in Implementation
Cardinal Health and RFID Implementation
  Implementing RFID
  Benefits
Achieve Healthcare Technologies - e-Prescription
  Requirement for e-Prescription
  Benefits
  Challenges in Implementation
Bayer Healthcare – e-Drug Trials
  Requirement for e-Drug Trials
  Benefits
  Planning and Implementation
Wireless Technologies for Patient Recovery – Remote Patient Monitoring
  Requirement for Remote Monitoring
  Telemonitoring Solution
  Results

COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS AND KEY COMPANY PROFILES

Competitive Landscape
  Segmentation of Players
  Distribution Channel
  Company Profiles
Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, inc.
Cerner Corporation
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Extreme Networks, Inc.
GE Healthcare
Hewlett Packard Corporation
McKesson Corporation
Medtronic, Inc.
Motorola Solutions, Inc.
Philips Healthcare
Siemens Healthcare

REGULATORY AUTHORITIES AND ORGANIZATIONS

COMPANY DIRECTORY

TABLE OF EXHIBITS

CHAPTER ONE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Table 1-1: Key Market Size Figures

CHAPTER TWO: INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW

Figure 2-1: Value Chain of the Healthcare Industry
Table 2-1: National Healthcare Expenditures in the United States 1960-2015
Figure 2-2: Healthcare Spending as a Percent of GDP in the United States
Figure 2-3: Estimated Change in the IT Operating Budget, 2010-2011
Figure 2-4: Primary IT Infrastructure Focus, 2010-2011
Table 2-2: The U.S. Population, 1980-2020
Figure 2-5: The U.S. Population, 1980-2020
Table 2-3: United States Population Trend Age 65+
Figure 2-6: International Population Trend Age 65+
Figure 2-7: Area that IT Can Most Impact Patient Care, 2010-2011
Table 2-4: Main Types of Customers of Wireless Technology Solutions in Healthcare
Table 2-5: Some of the Main Interactions between the Customers
Table 2-6: U.S. Registered Hospitals by Type, 2008
Figure 2-8: Number of Hospitals in the US, 1975-2005, Estimated 2015
Figure 2-9: Number of Hospital Mergers in the US, 1998-2007
Figure 2-10: Adoption of Any Wireless Technology by the U.S. Hospitals, 2003-2010 (in percent)
Table 2-7: 25 Most Wireless Hospitals in the U.S.
Figure 2-11: Number of Nursing Homes, 2000-2008
Figure 2-12: Number of Pharmacies and Drug Stores, 2000-2006
Figure 2-13: Number of Medical and Diagnostic Laboratories, 2000-2008
Figure 2-14: Value Chain of the Wireless Industry
Figure 2-15: Wireless Networking Technologies
Figure 2-16: Percent of Office-based Physicians Using EMRs, by Level of EMR System, 2006-2010
Table 2-8: State Data: Percent of Office-based Physicians Using EMRs, Preliminary 2010
Figure 2-17: Percent of Organizations that Expect to Qualify for Meaningful Use in 2011 or 2012
Figure 2-18: Investment in ARRA, 2010-2011

CHAPTER THREE: MARKET ANALYSIS BY APPLICATION

Table 3-1: Key Differences between Wired and Wireless Technologies
Figure 3-1: Healthcare Industry
Figure 3-2: Applications of Wireless Technologies for Healthcare Service Providers
Table 3-2: The U.S. Market for Advanced—Remote, Wireless—Patient Monitoring Systems 2008-2015
Figure 3-3: The U.S. Market for Advanced—Remote, Wireless Patient Monitoring Systems, 2008-2015
Table 3-3: Estimated Average Costs for Clinical Drug Trials, Phase I through III, 2008-2015
Figure 3-4: Estimated Average Costs for Clinical Drug Trials, Phase I through III, 2008-2015
Figure 3-5: Distribution of Fatal Prescribing Errors
Table 3-4: U.S. Total Prescription Estimates and Forecast, 2005-2015
Figure 3-6: U.S. Total Prescription Estimates and Forecast, 2005-2015
Table 3-5: Market Estimates and Forecast for U.S. Healthcare RFID Solutions, 2008-2015
Figure 3-7: Market Estimates and Forecast for U.S. Healthcare RFID Solutions, 2008-2015
Table 3-6: Total Medical Sales Representatives in the United States, Estimates and Foreca: 2005-2015
Figure 3-8: Total Medical Sales Representatives in the United States, Estimates and Forecast, 2005-2015

CHAPTER FOUR: MARKET ANALYSIS BY TECHNOLOGY

Figure 4-1: Wireless Networking Technologies
Figure 4-2: Range of Wireless Networking Technologies
Figure 4-3: Market Estimates and Forecasts for WPAN – Bluetooth in Healthcare, 2008-2015
Figure 4-4: RFID System
Figure 4-5: Market Estimates and Forecasts for WPAN – RFID in Healthcare, 2008-2015
Table 4-1 Major RFID Benefits for Users
Table 4-2: RFID Application in Healthcare
Figure 4-6: Market Estimates and Forecasts for WPAN – ZigBee in Healthcare, 2008-2015
Figure 4-7: Market Estimates and Forecasts for WPAN – UWB in Healthcare, 2008-2015
Table 4-3: Performance Parameters Comparison of WLAN Standards
Figure 4-8: Market Estimates and Forecasts for WLAN in Healthcare, 2008-2015
Figure 4-9: Working Process of VoIP
Figure 4-10: Wireless Metropolitan Area Network Infrastructure
Figure 4-11: Market Estimates and Forecasts for WMAN in Healthcare, 2008-2015
Figure 4-12: Working Process of Wireless Wide Area Networks
Figure 4-13: Data Throughput Ranges for Mobile Phone Technologies, 1990-2010 (in Bits per Second)
Table 4-4: Comparison between WLAN and WWAN
Figure 4-14: Market Estimates and Forecasts for WWAN in Healthcare, 2008-2015

CHAPTER FIVE: IMPLEMENTING WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES IN HEALTHCARE

Figure 5-1: Wireless Infrastructure
Figure 5-2: Working of a Typical Wireless Network in a Hospital
Figure 5-3: Planning for Wireless Technologies Implementation in a Healthcare Environment
Figure 5-4: Recommended Phases for Implementing a Wireless Network in Healthcare Organizations

CHAPTER SIX: MARKET OVERVIEW AND SUMMARY

Figure 6-1: Wireless Networking Technologies
Table 6-1: U.S. Wireless Healthcare Market, 2008-2010
Figure 6-2: Market Estimates and Forecasts for U.S. Wireless Technologies in Healthcare, 2008-2015
Figure 6-3: Percentage Break-up of Market Share for Wireless Technologies in Healthcare
Figure 6-4: U.S. Healthcare Spending, 2000-2015
Figure 6-5: Age-wise Population Distribution, 1980-2020
Figure 6-6: Demand-Supply Gap for Nurses in the US, 2000-2020 (in thousands)
Figure 6-7: Demand-Supply Gap for Physicians in the U.S., 2005-2025
Figure 6-8: Most Significant Barriers to Implementing IT, 2011

CHAPTER EIGHT: COMPANY PROFILES

Figure 8-1: Company Comparison, 2010 Revenues
Table 8-1: Corporate Details of Allscripts
Figure 8-2: Allscripts Healthcare Revenues, 2006-2010
Table 8-2: Corporate Details of Cerner Corporation
Figure 8-3: Cerner Corporation Revenues, 2006-2010
Table 8-3: Corporate Details of Cisco Systems, Inc
Figure 8-4: Cisco Systems, Inc. Revenues, 2002-2007
Figure 8-5: Break-up of Net Sales – Product Wise, 2010
Table 8-4: Corporate Details of Extreme Networks, Inc
Figure 8-6: Extreme Networks, Inc. Revenues, 2006-2010
Figure 8-7: Break-up of Net Sales by Region, 2009 and 2010
Table 8-5: Corporate Details of General Electric Company
Figure 8-8: General Electric Company and General Electric Healthcare Revenues, 2006-2010
Table 8-6: Corporate Details of Hewlett Packard
Figure 8-9: Hewlett Packard Revenues, 2006-2010
Table 8-7: Corporate Details of McKesson Corporation
Figure 8-10: McKesson's Revenues, 2006-2010
Table 8-8: Corporate Details of Medtronic
Figure 8-11: Medtronic's Revenues, 2006-2010
Table 8-9: Corporate Details of Motorola Solutions, Inc
Figure 8-12: Motorola, Inc. Revenues, 2006-2010
Table 8-10: Corporate Details of Philips Healthcare
Figure 8-13: Royal Philips' Sales, 2006-2010
Table 8-11: Corporate Details of Siemens Healthcare
Figure 8-14: Siemens AG and Siemens Healthcare Sales, 2008-2010
Figure 8-15: Break-up of Healthcare Systems Sales by Region, 2010
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