Published On : 28 Nov 2016
The global market for push to talk telemedicine and mHealth convergence is projected to witness considerable growth in the coming years as efforts are made to integrate push-to-talk devices with telemedicine systems. This will not only help define communications between clinicians and their patients but also help boost the adoption of home healthcare solutions. A report added to the vast database of QYResearchReports.com offers detailed insights into the global push to talk telemedicine and mHealth convergence market. This 117-page publication is titled “Global Push to Talk Telemedicine and M-Health Convergence Market Professional Survey Report 2016”.
The market for push to talk telemedicine and mHealth convergence is driven by several factors, the most influential one being the growing focus of people around the world on health, fitness, and overall well-being. Consumers are not only looking to reverse the signs of aging but also be able to live a long life. This has encouraged them to seek ways to stay healthy on the go and the adoption of push-to-talk devices, telemedicine, and mHealth has witnessed an upsurge. The rising incidence of chronic diseases at an early age is also a key factor pushing for people to take better care of their health. Early diagnosis and intervention can be the difference between life and death for some.
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Companies, both large and small, have been catering to this rising demand for mobile health and offering a number of innovative products on the market. These gadgets can help monitor health while tracking daily physical activity, help manage certain conditions, and even call for help in cases of emergency. Those in the medical field are therefore recommending the convergence of push to talk telemedicine and mHealth.
The growing trend of a healthy lifestyle has necessitated the need for improved communication between clinicians and their patients and as new sensor technologies are developed, companies in this space will have the opportunity to expand their product portfolio to integrate their existing products with these novel offerings.
Some of the key benefits of the convergence of push-to-talk telemedicine and mHealth are reduced visits to the emergency room, fewer cases of hospitalization, and improved clinical care delivery. Once patients start caring for their own health and become more responsible about personal healthcare delivery, the adoption of mHealth and push-to-talk devices is sure to rise.
The report includes a detailed section on the vendor landscape, wherein it discusses the key dynamics of the competitive scenario in the push to talk telemedicine and mHealth convergence market. The prominent players operating in this space include Loyola Medical Center, Royal Philips, Gemalto / Cinterion, FuzeBox, Evident Health Services, Home Healthcare Hospice and Community Services (HCS), Debiotech, Biotronik, LG, McKesson, Cardiocom, Samsung, A&D Medical, and IBM. These players have been profiled in the report and details pertaining to their price, production, share, and revenue have been offered.