In our computerized age, the tools, processes, and methodologies of information technology (IT) have become great drivers of the healthcare market. Kalorama’s compilation of research studies have the IT market segments covered, with reports on the laboratory information systems (LIS), electronic medical records (EMR), e-health, and telemedicine markets, among others. Full market pictures are provided, with sales information, market forecasts, and expert analysis.
It was less than one year ago that Kalorama Information surveyed the market for electronic medical records. Yet much has changed and the changes may reach into every aspect of healthcare. Since our last report, the U.S. Government has decided to incentivize the use of EMRs through extra Medicare payments, companies have merged and new […]
At their most basic level, wellness programs represent an attempt to encourage good health and thereby decrease utilization of health care products and services. They have evolved out of necessity from the current U.S. health care system, in response to a variety of factors including continually rising costs of care and declining quality of life. […]
The healthcare information technology (HIT) market was in a growth trend prior to the recent recession. While economic times have tightened budgets some, there is still opportunities for companies in this market. In this report, Kalorama takes a comprehensive look at the demand for IT products in the healthcare market – with a focus on […]
In 2009, Electronic Medical Record (EMR) is the core focus of most health information technology offerings. Government initiatives (most recently stimulus bill EMR provisions) and cost concerns are key drivers of EMR and will continue to drive purchases of EMR systems in the near future. Technologies such as patient monitoring systems and handheld devices will […]
According to Kalorama’s experts, there is over a 40 billion dollar market for technology companies who can assist the healthcare industry meet its key challenges. This Kalorama Information Market Research Bundle, a combination of 7 Kalorama Information Market research reports – over 1200 pages of material., presents those opportunities, and details the areas Kalorama thinks […]
2008 has seen no letdown in the use of wireless technologies in healthcare. The clinical environment is a highly mobile one, and physicians, nurses and other clinical operators have a real need for fast information they can act upon. Wireless technologies fit healthcare well. It’s therefore no surprise that hospitals are dedicating large portions of […]
RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) technologies are dramatically changing many industries, but as detailed in Kalorama’s market research report RFID Opportunities in Healthcare in the U.S., the greatest market for RFID is in healthcare. Hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, nursing homes, and other healthcare entities will benefit from using the technologies to keep track of inventories and patients. […]
Wireless technologies and healthcare are a perfect fit. The clinical environment is a highly mobile one, and physicians, nurses and other clinical operators have a real need for fast information and action. With a record of successful implementations across aspects of healthcare from patient care to sales, wireless technologies have moved from conjecture to reality. […]
Information technology (IT) has the potential to improve the quality, safety and efficiency of clinical care. IT is not new to the hospital setting. Computers and software have been used for many years to improve the paper-based administrative functions of hospital support staff, such as scheduling and billing. But the use of IT in the […]
Kalorama Information, part of Science and Medicine Group, has been a leading publisher of market research in medical markets, including the biotechnology, diagnostics, medical device, and pharmaceutical industries for more than 30 years. Our comprehensive, timely, quality research and innovative approach to analysis and presentation of market intelligence have made Kalorama Information a premier source of market information for top industry decision makers.