Research and Markets: Analysis of the Video Telemedicine Market: Sifting Through the Real and Imagined Value for Healthcare

Research and Markets: Analysis of the Video Telemedicine Market: Sifting Through the Real and Imagined Value for Healthcare

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() has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report "Analysis of the Video Telemedicine Market: Sifting Through the Real and Imagined Value for Healthcare" to their offering.

Video telemedicine is a core market in the telehealth industry with many established revenue models and emerging applications. However, the value that video can provide to remote healthcare often is misunderstood. This study outlines existing revenue streams for videoconferencing in telehealth and telemedicine, presents complex competitive ecosystems, and forecasts the future of the market. In-depth analysis of videoconferencing endpoints, which continue to drive growth, also is included. Other revenue-producing segments in the forecast include: carts, telemedicine-specific software, infrastructure services, and video telemedicine services. The base year is 2011, and a forecast is provided through 2016.

- Video telemedicine remains a core pillar of the telehealth industry with some of the most established business models in telehealth and many emerging opportunities.

- The revenue for video telemedicine endpoints continues to grow and is the primary indicator of growth in the overall video telemedicine market.

- Endpoint unit growth impacts various other resulting revenue channels, such as carts.

- High-tier endpoints, such as room and telepresence solutions, are established segments and comprise a majority of the endpoint market in revenue but are maturing.

- Over the forecast period, prices will continue to decline for high-tier endpoints along with maturing unit growth when compared to other endpoint types.

- High growth is expected for low-tier endpoints, such as software desktop solutions, due to stable price points and significant unit growth in new applications of video.

- The market is seeing an increase in the focus of integrating video into existing systems (ICUs, remote monitoring, and so on) to improve usability or effectiveness.

- There will be a decrease of market focus on high-end, customized solutions.

- What does video telehealth entail in the telehealth field?

- What is the competitive structure, and how are the competitors faring in this market?

- How much revenue does this market generate?

- What are the successful business models in this market now and in the future?

- What is driving this market's growth, and what is holding it back?

- How does this market fit into the future of telehealth and all of healthcare?

Source: Frost & Sullivan

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