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Smart Ageing - eHealth: a Key Silver Economy Sector

July 2019 | 54 pages | ID: SEE8748F9CBEN
IDATE Consulting & Research

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This report sets out to answer the following questions:
  • Who are the key smart ageing stakeholders?
  • What smart ageing solutions are available today?
  • What was the driving force behind their development?
  • What costs are involved and what methods of financing can be leveraged for these solutions?
The report provides a benchmark of the technological solutions designed to promote and maintain seniors’ independence and adapt their living space accordingly, as well as connected health monitoring for senior citizens (65+).

For each of these solutions we analyse:
  • The economic issues
  • Core market trends
  • Players’ positioning along the value chain.
Also included is an estimate of the number of products and systems installed, and the savings in healthcare spending they could generate over the the next five years.
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. PURPOSE & SCOPE OF THE REPORT

2.1. What do you mean by Smart Ageing?
2.2. Why do we need to talk aboutSmart Ageing
2.3. The economics of Smart Ageing
2.4. Government programmes in the 10 countries being studied

3. KEY SMART AGEING SECTORS

3.1. Maintening independance and home adaptation
3.2. Connected personalised aftercare

4. MARKET ANALYSIS

4.1 Obstacles and enablers
4.2 Estimated savings generated by telecare solutions
4.3 Estimated savings generated thanks to telemedecine solutions
4.4 Product number estimates (worldwide)
4.5 Product number estimates (regional breakdown)

5. ANNEX : REPORT METHODOLOGY

LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES

2. Purpose & scope of the report
  Using technologies to help people age well: smart ageing
  Countries’ age dependency categories, in 2018 and 2050
  Reductions in public spending enabled by smart ageing technologies
  How the 10 countries being studied rank in fostering smart ageing technologies
  Summary of government programmes and financing in the ten countries being examined
3. Key Smart Ageing sectors
  Conceptual framework of the relationship between Ehealth, telehealth, telecare and telemedicine
  The different versions of telecare
  Three tiers of telecare products
  Use cases for which telecare products are recommended
  How the different countries being studied are positioned with respect to telecare solutions
  Making the transition from a voice service to another broadband service
  Telecare value chain
  Telecare player profiles
  5 main types of robots
  Causes and cures for loneliness
  Snapshot of the global demand for caregivers
  Robotics solutions’ positioning by degree of maturity
  Americans’ interest in owning robots
  Stimulation solution value chainStimulation solution player profiles
  Analysis of the market potential of the different senior independent living and home adaptation solutions
  Range of existing telemedicine solutions
  Fields of application in the area of Smart Ageing
  Telemedicine solution objectives
  Telemedicine solutions value chain
  Telemedicine solutions player profiles
  Analysis of the market potential for the different personalised, connected aftercare solutions for seniors
4. Market analysis
  How the countries being examined rank in terms of savings generated by telecare products
  How the countries being examined rank in terms of savings generated by telemedicine products
  Worldwide number of telecare and telemedicine products in use
  Regional growth of telecare and telemedicine products for seniors in use, between 2018 and 2025


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