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Wireless Electronic Health Records: Technologies and Global Markets

NEW YORK, Jan. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Wireless Electronic Health Records: Technologies and Global Markets

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TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATION

The key objective of the report is to identify and offer comprehensive market analysis on the evolving wireless EHR market. The market is segmented on the basis of wireless patient monitoring EHR compatible devices, wireless EHR software, EHR mobile technologies, application markets, end-user markets and specialty markets. The above markets are further segmented into micro markets. The study also includes detailed analysis on key technologies such as blood glucose meters, BP monitors, pulse oximetry, capnography, stress monitoring, pediatric growth trackers, coagulation monitors, peak flow meters, 3G, RFID, Zigbee, etc. The application market is segmented through the value chain from administration to pharmacy applications. Similarly, wireless EHR applications in end-user segments such as physician's office, nursing homes, MCOs and hospitals by bed size will be covered in the report.

STUDY BACKGROUND

Recent focus on meaningful adoption of EHR across hospitals and a parallel growth with respect to mobile technologies have together resulted in the evolution of the wireless EHR market. The EHR market aims to provide meaningful and supportive data to make enhanced decisions. With wireless EHR, enhanced accessibility of the data anywhere and anytime is easier. Wireless EHR-compatible devices not only provide streamline data and data storage options but also provide required analytical data. Such information is extremely useful in understanding a patient's state of health, providing alerts, encouraging adherence to medication/consulting (routine), etc. The wireless EHR provides freedom from a laboratory setting for monitoring purpose and also keeps physicians well connected.

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

The key objective of the report is to provide comprehensive details of the wireless EHR market. More specific objectives are as follows:• Identify and group key market segments in the wireless EHR market with respect to monitoring devices, software, mobile technologies, applications, end users and specialty segments.• To evaluate the key market factors impacting the growth of each of market across the geographies.• To derive and analyze market estimates for 2012, 2013 and 2018 for each of the micro and geography markets.• To identify and evaluate key market players, their strategies and business impact in the wireless EHR market by presenting mergers and acquisitions (M&A), product launches and other recent developments among the key market participants.• To identify and analyze geography specific trends.• To profile top companies in the industry.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

The report would be useful to the following value chain participants:• Healthcare device manufacturers, distributors and suppliers. • Wireless healthcare solution providers.• EHR solution providers—hardware and software manufacturers, distributors and suppliers.• EHR and other software developers.• Mobile software developers. • Smartphone and tablet manufacturers. • Consultants, technology and system integrators. • Regulatory bodies and government agencies.• Research-oriented agencies.

SCOPE AND FORMAT

The report focuses on the following topics:• Market dynamics, analysis and key findings at macro and micro market levels.• Strategic conclusions and recommendations.• Regulatory framework and reimbursement scenarios across geographies.• Market forecast from 2013 to 2018.• Market intelligence, competitive dynamics and recent developments.• Key player profiles.

The report exclusively includes wireless or mobile technologies with respect to the EHR market. Other allied markets such as the conventional EHR market and electronic medical records (EMR) markets are only covered for overall understanding of the market. However, in-depth market estimates of such markets and also stand-alone remote patient monitoring devices are excluded from the scope of the study.

METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES

Primary and secondary research was conducted to cover the qualitative and quantitative aspects of the report. Primary research was conducted through interviews among top officials, including CEOs and product heads of respective markets. Primary research was conducted among consultants and key opinion leaders. The secondary research included keyword search through paid and other sources such as company websites, government sites, etc. With 2011 as base year, the market forecast was derived by considering market factors and primary research data gathered during the research period. The market estimates were further reconciled with a top-down approach.ANALYST CREDENTIALS

Varsha Bhat has more than five years of experience in market intelligence, business research, strategic consulting and analytics. She has experience in the healthcare domain with respect to pharmaceuticals, pharma chemicals and technologies, and in the life sciences market. Varsha has tracked, authored and interacted with top market participants in these domains and has conducted high-level briefings. She has frequently delivered research services that contain high-level analysis, strategic recommendations and top business strategies to enhance the market shares of industry players. She also has extensive experience in training and leading a global research and analytics team. Varsha holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biotechnology and an MBA in Marketing.REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

The global wireless EHR market is expected to reach $ 11.2 billion in 2013.This market is further expected to grow upto $23.5 billion in 2018 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.1%.

This report provides:

• An overview of the evolving global market for electronic health records (EHR).

• Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2012, estimates for 2013, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2018.

• Segmentation of the market on the basis of wireless patient monitoring, EHR-compatible devices, wireless EHR software, EHR mobile technologies, application markets, end-user markets, and specialty markets.

• Examination of key technologies such as blood glucose meters, BP monitors, pulse oximetry, capnography, stress monitoring, pediatric growth trackers, coagulation monitors, peak flow meters, 3G, RFID, and Zigbee.

• Discussion of market dynamics, analysis, and key findings at macro and micro market levels, as well as the regulatory framework and reimbursement scenario across geographies.

• Patent analyses by technology, company, and geography.

• Comprehensive company profiles of key players in the industry.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 2

TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATION 2STUDY BACKGROUND 2STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 2INTENDED AUDIENCE 3SCOPE AND FORMAT 3METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES 3ANALYST CREDENTIALS 4RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS 4BCC RESEARCH ONLINE SERVICES 4DISCLAIMER 4

CHAPTER 2 SUMMARY 6

SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 6SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 6

CHAPTER 3 MARKET OVERVIEW 9

FIGURE 1 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: POPULATION AGE 65+ (WORLD), 2011 (%) 9WIRELESS EHR MARKET DEFINITIONS AND OVERVIEW 10FIGURE 2 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: PRODUCT DEFINITION, 2013 10EVOLUTION AND BUSINESS IMPACT 11VENTURE CAPITAL INVESTMENTS 12FIGURE 3 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: U.S. VENTURE CAPITAL INVESTMENTS INDIGITAL HEALTH, 2011-2013 (%) 12FIGURE 4 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: NUMBER OF DEALS BY DIGITAL HEALTHINVESTORS, 2012 (%) 13FIGURE 5 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: NUMBER OF DEALS BY SERIES OF FINANCING,2012 (%) 14TABLE 1 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: TOP FIVE DEALS IN DIGITAL HEALTHINVESTMENT, U.S., 2012 ($ MILLIONS) 15ADOPTION OF SMARTPHONES AND TABLETS 15FIGURE 6 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: COMMON USES OF APPS BY CLINICIANS, 2012(%) 16KEY WIRELESS EHR PRODUCT CATEGORIES 17Episodic Devices 17Continuous Stand-Alone 17Continuous Networked 17EHR AND "BIG DATA" 18STAKEHOLDERS AND TRENDS 19SENSOR PROVIDERS 19CHIPSET PROVIDERS 20EHR PROVIDERS 21HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS 22MEDICAL DEVICE INTEGRATION SOFTWARE PROVIDERS 23MEDICAL DEVICE MANUFACTURERS 23IT SOLUTION PROVIDERS 24IBM 24Cisco 25Cisco Medical-Grade Network (MGN) 25Cisco Context-Aware Healthcare Solution 25Cisco Medical Data Exchange Solution 25EXTENSION Solution Suite 25Oracle 25STANDARDS, REGULATIONS AND LEGISLATION 26FIGURE 7 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: SDO HARMONIZATION STRUCTURE, 2012 26ISO/TC 215 26FIGURE 8 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: ISO TC 215 SUBCOMMITTEE/ WORKING GROUPS,2012 27CEN/TC 251 28HL7 28DICOM (DIGITAL IMAGING AND COMMUNICATION IN MEDICINE) 29ASTM (AMERICAN STANDARDS FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS) 29IEEE (INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS) 30CATEGORIES OF STANDARDS 30Vocabulary 30Structure and Content 30Good Electronic Health Record (GEHR)/OpenEHR Initiative 31CEN EN 13606/ EHRcom 31TABLE 2 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: CONTEXTUAL BUILDING BLOCKS OF EHRCOM 32HL7 Clinical Document Architecture 32Messaging 32HL7 32Security 33MEDICAL DEVICE INTEROPERABILITY STANDARDS 33TABLE 3 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: IHE USE CASES TO PROFILES, 2012 34Continua Health Alliance 34Disease Management 35Health and Fitness 35Independent Living (Aging Independently) 35FIGURE 9 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: CONTINUA INTERFACES AND STANDARDS, 2012 35AAMI and UL 36INSURANCE REIMBURSEMENT SCENARIO 36REIMBURSEMENT FOR REMOTE/WIRELESS PATIENT-MONITORING DEVICES 36Funding/Incentive Schemes for EHR Solutions 37Australia 37United Kingdom 37France 37Singapore 38United States 38TABLE 4 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: SUMMARY OF MEANINGFUL USE CRITERIA 38IMPLEMENTATION 39EMR ADOPTION MODEL 39TABLE 5 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: EUROPE AND U.S. EMR ADOPTION MODELS,2012 40FIGURE 10 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: EMR ADOPTION BY REGION/COUNTRY, Q42012 41FIGURE 11 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: EMR ADOPTION FOR U.S. BY STAGES,2006-2012 (%) 42FIGURE 12 WIRELESS HER MARKET: EMR ADOPTION FOR SELECT EUROPE, MIDDLEEAST AND ASIAN COUNTRIES, 2011 42KEY HOSPITALS BY GEOGRAPHY 43TABLE 6 WIRELESS HER MARKET: LIST OF STAGE 7 HOSPITALS FOR U.S., EUROPEAND ASIA, 2013 43KEY PRODUCT TYPES 46FIGURE 13 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: MODE OF CONNECTIVITY BETWEEN MEDICALDEVICES AND EHR (U.S.), 2010 (%) 46CLINICAL TRIALS, INVESTMENT SCENARIO AND STRATEGIC ISSUES 47MC10 47ST. JUDE MEDICAL 47BIOSENSICS 47KORONIS BIOMEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES 47CARDIOMEMS INC. 47GREAT LAKES NEUROTECHNOLOGIES 48SOTERA WIRELESS 48HEALTHSENSE INC. 48INTELESENS LTD. 48

CHAPTER 4 MARKET TRENDS 50

MARKET DRIVERS 50GOVERNMENT LEGISLATON AND INCENTIVES DRIVING EHR ADOPTIONWORLDWIDE 50U.S. 50Medicare EHR Incentive Payments: Physicians 50Medicare EHR Incentive Payments: Hospitals 50Medicaid EHR Incentive Payments: Physicians 50Medicaid EHR Incentive Payments: Hospitals 51U.K. 51Australia 51CHRONIC DISEASE MANAGEMENT 52FIGURE 14 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: ECONOMIC BURDEN OF NONCOMMUNICABLEDISEASES, 2011-2030 (%) 52RISING HEALTHCARE COSTS 53FIGURE 15 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: PROJECTED PERCENTAGE INCREASE IN PUBLICHEALTH SPENDING, 2011-2030 (%) 53IMPROVED QUALITY OF CARE 54ACCURATE DATA DEVICE CAPTURE 55MARKET RESTRAINTS 55PATIENT PRIVACY ISSUES 55TABLE 7 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: PHYSICIANS CONCERN OVER EMR POSING ASRISK TO PATIENT PRIVACY, 2012 56SHORTAGE OF CLINICAL IT SPECIALISTS 56TABLE 8 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: PROJECTED CLINICAL IT STAFF SHORTAGE BYCOUNTRY 57LACK OF INTEROPERABILITY 57FIGURE 16 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: POTENTIAL COST SAVINGS FROM EHR-BASEDDEVICE MONITORING, 2013 (%) 58LACK OF ADEQUATE FINANCING 58CHALLENGES 59DEVELOPMENT OF ARCHITECTURE AND STANDARDS 59HIGH CAPITAL INVESTMENTS 59KEY CONCLUSIONS 60KEY CONCLUSIONS 60

CHAPTER 5 WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY DEVICES 63

TABLE 9 GLOBAL MOBILE WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY DEVICES, THROUGH 2018 ($MILLIONS) 63BLOOD GLUCOSE METERS 63TABLE 10 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED BLOOD GLUCOSE MONITORS MARKET BYREGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 65BP MONITORS 66TABLE 11 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED BLOOD PRESSURE MONITORS MARKETBY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 67PULSE OXIMETERS 67TABLE 12 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED PULSE OXIMETERS MARKET BY REGION,THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 68CAPNOGRAPHY 68TABLE 13 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED CAPNOGRAPHY MARKET BY REGION,THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 69NEUROLOGICAL MONITORING 69TABLE 14 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED NEUROLOGICAL MONITORS MARKET BYREGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 71STRESS MONITORING 71TABLE 15 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED STRESS MONITORS MARKET BY REGION,THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 72SEROTONIN BIOSENSORS 72TABLE 16 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED SEROTONIN BIOSENSORS MARKET BYREGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 73HOLTER MONITOR 73TABLE 17 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED HOLTER MONITORS MARKET BY REGION,THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 74APNEA AND SLEEP MONITOR 74TABLE 18 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED APNEA AND SLEEP MONITORS MARKETBY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 75MULTIPARAMETER PATIENT MONITORS 75TABLE 19 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED MULTIPARAMETER MONITORING MARKETBY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 76PEDIATRIC GROWTH TRACKERS 76TABLE 20 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED PEDIATRIC GROWTH TRACKERS MARKETBY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 77COAGULATION MONITORS 77TABLE 21 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED COAGULATION MONITORS MARKET BYREGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 78PEAK FLOW METER 78TABLE 22 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED PEAK FLOW METERS MARKET BY REGION,THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 78THERMOMETERS 79TABLE 23 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED THERMOMETERS MARKET BY REGION,THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 79SMART INFUSION PUMPS 80TABLE 24 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED SMART INFUSION PUMPS MARKET BYREGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 80

CHAPTER 6 WIRELESS EHR SOFTWARE MARKET 82

TABLE 25 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR SOFTWARE MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($MILLIONS) 82E-PRESCRIBING 82TABLE 26 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: ADOPTION RATE OF E-PRESCRIBING THROUGHAN EHR IN THE U.S., 2008 AND 2012 (%) 83TABLE 27 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED E-PRESCRIPTION SOFTWARE MARKET BYREGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 84BILLING AUTOMATION 84FIGURE 17 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: CODING SYSTEM PRACTICE FOLLOWED BY U.S.PHYSICIANS, 2012 (%) 84TABLE 28 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED BILLING AUTOMATION SOFTWAREMARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 85DECISION SUPPORT TOOLS 86TABLE 29 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED DECISION SUPPORT SOFTWARE MARKETBY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 86DOCUMENT AND IMAGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (RIS/PACS) 87TABLE 30 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED DOCUMENT AND IMAGE MANAGEMENTSYSTEM SOFTWARE MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 87ADMINISTRATION (CLOUD PLATFORM) 87TABLE 31 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED ADMINISTRATION (CLOUD PLATFORM)SOFTWARE MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 88ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS (COMPUTERIZED) 88TABLE 32 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED COMPUTERIZED HEALTH RECORDSSOFTWARE MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 89

CHAPTER 7 WIRELESS EHR BY MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES 91

TABLE 33 GLOBAL ADOPTION LEVELS OF HEALTH-BASED TECHNOLOGIES,THROUGH 2018 (%) 913G/COMMERCIAL CELLULAR 91WIRELESS LANS 92TABLE 34 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: OVERVIEW OF POPULAR IEEE STANDARDS 93SENSORS 93BLUETOOTH 94RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION (RFID) 95SATELLITES 95ZIGBEE 96WIMAX 96FACILITATING DEVICES: SMARTPHONES AND TABLETS 96FIGURE 18 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: STRATEGY ON MOBILE TECHNOLOGY POLICYIN U.S. HEALTHCARE SETTINGS, 2012 (%) 97FIGURE 19 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: COMMON TECHNOLOGIES PROVIDED BYORGANIZATIONS TO THEIR CLINICIANS, 2012 (%) 97

CHAPTER 8 WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY APPLICATIONS 100

TABLE 35 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2018 ($MILLIONS) 100NURSING 100TABLE 36 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET APPLICATION IN NURSING BY REGION,THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 101ADMINISTRATION 101TABLE 37 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET APPLICATION IN ADMINISTRATION BYREGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 102LAB 103TABLE 38 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET APPLICATION IN LABORATORIES BYGEOGRAPHY, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 103RADIOLOGY 103TABLE 39 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET APPLICATION IN RADIOLOGY BY REGION,THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 104PHARMACY 104TABLE 40 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET APPLICATION IN PHARMACY BY REGION,THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 105CLINICIANS 105TABLE 41 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET APPLICATIONS IN CLINICS BY REGION,THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 106FIGURE 20 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: PERCENTAGE OF U.S. PHYSICIANS WHOSEEHRS PROVIDED SELECTED BENEFITS, 2011 106

CHAPTER 9 WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY END USERS 109

TABLE 42 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY END USERS, THROUGH 2018 ($MILLIONS) 109PHYSICIAN OFFICES 109FIGURE 21 EHR ADOPTION RATES FOR PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS BY COUNTRY,2009 AND 2012 (%) 109FIGURE 22 EHRS WITH MULTIFUNCTIONAL CAPABILITIES ADOPTION RATES FORPRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS BY COUNTRY, 2012 (%) 110TABLE 43 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET-PHYSICIANS OFFICES AND CLINICS BYREGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 111LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES 112U.S. 112TABLE 44 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: EHR ADOPTION IN LONG-TERM CARE SETTINGS(%) 112EUROPE 113FIGURE 23 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: PUBLIC AND PRIVATE EXPENDITURES ONLONG-TERM CARE, 2008 (%) 113TABLE 45 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET-LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES BYREGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 114HOSPITALS 114U.S. 114FIGURE 24 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: NON-FEDERAL ACUTE CARE HOSPITALADOPTION OF BASIC EHR SYSTEMS, 2008-2012 114TABLE 46 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: NON-FEDERAL ACUTE CARE HOSPITALADOPTION OF BASIC EHR SYSTEMS BY STATE, 2012 (%) 115EUROPE 116FIGURE 25 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: EHR COVERAGE FOR HOSPITALS, 2005-2011(%) 117TABLE 47 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET-HOSPITALS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018($ MILLIONS) 118TABLE 48 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET-HOSPITALS BY BED COUNT, THROUGH2018 ($ MILLIONS) 118

CHAPTER 10 WIRELESS EHR BY SPECIALTY 120

TABLE 49 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY SPECIALTY SEGMENTS, THROUGH2018 ($ MILLIONS) 120FIGURE 26 HEALTH RECORD STORAGE METHOD BY SPECIALTY (U.S.), 2010 (%) 120CARDIOVASCULAR 121FIGURE 27 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: PREVALENCE OF HEART DISEASE (U.S.), 2012(MILLION AMERICANS) 121TABLE 50 GLOBAL WIRELESS REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 122OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 122FIGURE 28 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: MATERNAL MORTALITY RATIOS, 2010 123TABLE 51 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET IN OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY BYREGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 124ONCOLOGY 124FIGURE 29 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: PREVALENCE AND INCIDENCE OF CANCER BYTYPE (WORLD), 2008 (MILLION PEOPLE) 124FIGURE 30 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: INCIDENCE OF CANCER BY REGION, 2008(MILLION PEOPLE) 125TABLE 52 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET IN ONCOLOGY BY REGION, THROUGH2018 ($ MILLIONS) 126UROLOGY 126TABLE 53 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET IN UROLOGY BY REGION, THROUGH2018 ($ MILLIONS) 127ORTHOPEDICS 127FIGURE 31 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: HIP REPLACEMENT SURGERIES BY COUNTRY,2009 (SURGERIES PER 100,000 POPULATION) 127FIGURE 32 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERIES BY COUNTRY,2009 (SURGERIES PER 100,000 POPULATION) 128TABLE 54 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET IN ORTHOPEDICS BY REGION,THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 129OPHTHALMOLOGY 130TABLE 55 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET IN OPHTHALMOLOGY BY REGION,THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 131PSYCHIATRY 131TABLE 56 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET IN PSYCHIATRY BY REGION, THROUGH2018 ($ MILLIONS) 131NEUROLOGY 132TABLE 57 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET IN NEUROLOGY BY REGION, THROUGH2018 ($ MILLIONS) 132PEDIATRICS 132TABLE 58 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET IN PEDIATRICS BY REGION, THROUGH2018 ($ MILLIONS) 133

CHAPTER 11 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 135

FIGURE 33 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: COMPANY STRATEGIES, 2010-2013 (%) 135TABLE 59 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: COMPANY STRATEGIES, 2010-2013 136PRODUCT LAUNCHES: TOP STRATEGY 136FIGURE 34 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: LEADING COMPANIES FOR PRODUCT-RELATEDSTRATEGIES, 2010-2013 (%) 137BUSINESS COMBINATIONS BEING ADAPTED TO HELP COMPANIES STAY AHEADOF THE CURVE 137FIGURE 35 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: LEADING COMPANIES FOR M &A STRATEGIES,2010-2013 (%) 138

CHAPTER 12 REGIONAL ANALYSIS 140

TABLE 60 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR DEVICES MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2018($ MILLIONS) 140TABLE 61 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR SOFTWARE MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2018($ MILLIONS) 140UNITED STATES 141TABLE 62 U.S. WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY DEVICE, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 141TABLE 63 U.S. WIRELESS EHR SOFTWARE MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 142EUROPE 142TABLE 64 EUROPEAN WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY DEVICE, THROUGH 2018 ($MILLIONS) 142TABLE 65 EUROPEAN WIRELESS EHR SOFTWARE MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($MILLIONS) 143ASIA-PACIFIC 143TABLE 66 ASIA-PACIFIC WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY DEVICE, THROUGH 2018 ($MILLIONS) 144TABLE 67 ASIA-PACIFIC WIRELESS EHR SOFTWARE MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($MILLIONS) 144ROW 145TABLE 68 ROW WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY DEVICE, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 145TABLE 69 ROW PACIFIC WIRELESS EHR SOFTWARE MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($MILLIONS) 146

CHAPTER 13 PATENT ANALYSIS 148

PATENT ANALYSIS BY REGION 148FIGURE 36 PERCENTAGE OF PATENTS REGISTERED/APPROVED IN THE U.S. ANDEUROPE, 2007 TO 2013 (%) 148THE U.S. PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET SEGMENT 149FIGURE 37 U.S. PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET SEGMENTS, 2007 TO 2013 (%) 149EUROPEAN PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET SEGMENT 149FIGURE 38 EUROPEAN PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET SEGMENT, 2007-2013 (%) 149PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET PARTICIPANTS 150FIGURE 39 U.S. PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET PARTICIPANTS, 2007 TO 2013 (%) 151

CHAPTER 14 COMPANY PROFILES 153

ABBOTT LABORATORIES 153TABLE 70 ABBOTT LABORATORIES—PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 153TABLE 71 ABBOTT LABORATORIES-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011-2013 154ALLSCRIPTS HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS INC. 154TABLE 72 ALLSCRIPTS HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS INC.—PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 154TABLE 73 ALLSCRIPTS HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS INC-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS,2010-2013 155AMD GLOBAL TELEMEDICINE INC. (AMD) 156TABLE 74 AMD GLOBAL TELEMEDICINE INC-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 156TABLE 75 AMD TELEMEDICINE-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011-2013 157AMERICAN TELECARE INC. (ATI) 157TABLE 76 AMERICAN TELECARE INC.—PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 157TABLE 77 AMERICAN TELECARE-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010-2013 158CAPSULE TECHNOLOGIES 158TABLE 78 CAPSULE TECHNOLOGIES-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 159TABLE 79 CAPSULE TECHNOLOGIES-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010-2013 159CARDIOCOM 159TABLE 80 CARDIOCOM-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 160TABLE 81 CARDIOCOM-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011-2012 160CAREMATIX 161TABLE 82 CAREMATIX-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 161TABLE 83 CAREMATIX-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2012-2013 162CERNER CORPORATION 162TABLE 84 CERNER CORPORATION-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 162TABLE 85 CERNER-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011-2013 164CYBERNET MEDICAL 165TABLE 86 CYBERNET MEDICAL-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 165TABLE 87 CYBERNET MEDICAL CORPORATION-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 165DRAGER MEDICAL 166TABLE 88 DRAGER-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS (2012) 166EPIC 167TABLE 89 EPIC-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 167TABLE 90 EPIC-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS (2013) 168FITBITINC 168TABLE 91 FITBIT-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 168TABLE 92 FITBIT-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011–2013 169GE HEALTHCARE 169TABLE 93 GE HEALTHCARE-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 169TABLE 94 GE HEALTHCARE—RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010–2013 171GLOBALMEDIA GROUP 172TABLE 95 GLOBALMEDIA GROUP-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 173TABLE 96 GLOBALMEDIA GROUP-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 173HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC 173TABLE 97 HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 174TABLE 98 HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2012 174IBM 174TABLE 99 IBM-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 175INTEL 175TABLE 100 INTEL-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 175TABLE 101 INTEL-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2012-2013 176INTOUCH HEALTH 176TABLE 102 INTOUCH HEALTH-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 176TABLE 103 INTOUCH HEALTH-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011-2013 176ISIRONA 177TABLE 104 ISIRONA-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 177TABLE 105 ISIRONA-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2012–2013 177JOHNSON & JOHNSON INC 178TABLE 106 JOHNSON & JOHNSON INC-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 178TABLE 107 JOHNSON & JOHNSON INC-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2012 179LIFEWATCH TECHNOLOGIES 179TABLE 108 LIFEWATCH TECHNOLOGIES-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 179TABLE 109 LIFEWATCHTECHNOLOGIES-RECENT DEVELOPMENT, 2011 180MEDAPPS 180TABLE 110 MEDAPPS-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 181TABLE 111 MEDAPPS-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010-2012 181MEDTRONIC 182TABLE 112 MEDTRONIC-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 182TABLE 113 MEDTRONIC-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010-2013 183ORACLE 183TABLE 114 ORACLE-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 184TABLE 115 ORACLE-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011-2013 185PHILIPS MEDICAL SYSTEMS 185TABLE 116 PHILIPS-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 186TABLE 117 PHILIPS-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010-2013 191QUALCOMM 191TABLE 118 QUALCOMM-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 192TABLE 119 QUALCOMM-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010-2013 192ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS LIMITED 192TABLE 120 ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS LIMITED-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 193TABLE 121 ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS LIMITED-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010-2013 193ST. JUDE MEDICAL 194TABLE 122 ST. JUDE MEDICAL-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 194TABLE 123 ST. JUDE MEDICAL-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO, 2010-2013 195SCHILLER AG 195TABLE 124 SCHILLER AG-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 196TABLE 125 SCHILLER AG-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2012-2013 197SECOND OPINION TELEMEDICINE SOLUTIONS INC. 197TABLE 126 SECOND OPINION TELEMEDICINE SOLUTIONS INC.-PRODUCTPORTFOLIO 197SIEMENS HEALTHCARE 198TABLE 127 SIEMENS HEALTHCARE-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 199TABLE 128 SIEMENS HEALTHCARE-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011-2013 201WELCH ALLYN 202TABLE 129 WELCH ALLYN-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 202TABLE 130 WELCH ALLYN-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010–2013 203

CHAPTER 15 APPENDIX 205

LIST OF PATENTS-U.S. 205TABLE 131 LIST OF PATENTS-U.S. 205LIST OF PATENTS-EUROPE 208TABLE 132 LIST OF PATENTS-EUROPE 208PUBLISHED STANDARDS, ISO TC251 210TABLE 133 PUBLISHED STANDARDS, ISO TC251 210PUBLISHED STANDARDS, CEN/TC 215 214TABLE 134 PUBLISHED STANDARDS, CEN/TC 215 214

LIST OF TABLES

SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 6

TABLE 1 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: TOP FIVE DEALS IN DIGITAL HEALTH INVESTMENT,

U.S., 2012 ($ MILLIONS) 15

TABLE 2 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: CONTEXTUAL BUILDING BLOCKS OF EHRCOM 32

TABLE 3 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: IHE USE CASES TO PROFILES, 2012 34

TABLE 4 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: SUMMARY OF MEANINGFUL USE CRITERIA 38

TABLE 5 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: EUROPE AND U.S. EMR ADOPTION MODELS, 2012 40

TABLE 6 WIRELESS HER MARKET: LIST OF STAGE 7 HOSPITALS FOR U.S., EUROPE

AND ASIA, 2013 43

TABLE 7 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: PHYSICIANS CONCERN OVER EMR POSING AS RISK

TO PATIENT PRIVACY, 2012 56

TABLE 8 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: PROJECTED CLINICAL IT STAFF SHORTAGE BY

COUNTRY 57

TABLE 9 GLOBAL MOBILE WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY DEVICES, THROUGH 2018 ($

MILLIONS) 63

TABLE 10 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED BLOOD GLUCOSE MONITORS MARKET BY

REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 65

TABLE 11 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED BLOOD PRESSURE MONITORS MARKET BY

REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 67

TABLE 12 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED PULSE OXIMETERS MARKET BY REGION,

THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 68

TABLE 13 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED CAPNOGRAPHY MARKET BY REGION,

THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 69

TABLE 14 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED NEUROLOGICAL MONITORS MARKET BY

REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 71

TABLE 15 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED STRESS MONITORS MARKET BY REGION,

THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 72

TABLE 16 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED SEROTONIN BIOSENSORS MARKET BY

REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 73

TABLE 17 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED HOLTER MONITORS MARKET BY REGION,

THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 74

TABLE 18 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED APNEA AND SLEEP MONITORS MARKET BY

REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 75

TABLE 19 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED MULTIPARAMETER MONITORING MARKET

BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 76

TABLE 20 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED PEDIATRIC GROWTH TRACKERS MARKET

BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 77

TABLE 21 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED COAGULATION MONITORS MARKET BY

REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 78

TABLE 22 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED PEAK FLOW METERS MARKET BY REGION,

THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 78

TABLE 23 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED THERMOMETERS MARKET BY REGION,

THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 79

TABLE 24 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED SMART INFUSION PUMPS MARKET BY

REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 80

TABLE 25 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR SOFTWARE MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 82

TABLE 26 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: ADOPTION RATE OF E-PRESCRIBING THROUGH

AN EHR IN THE U.S., 2008 AND 2012 (%) 83

TABLE 27 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED E-PRESCRIPTION SOFTWARE MARKET BY

REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 84

TABLE 28 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED BILLING AUTOMATION SOFTWARE MARKET

BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 85

TABLE 29 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED DECISION SUPPORT SOFTWARE MARKET

BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 86

TABLE 30 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED DOCUMENT AND IMAGE MANAGEMENT

SYSTEM SOFTWARE MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 87

TABLE 31 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED ADMINISTRATION (CLOUD PLATFORM)

SOFTWARE MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 88

TABLE 32 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR-BASED COMPUTERIZED HEALTH RECORDS

SOFTWARE MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 89

TABLE 33 GLOBAL ADOPTION LEVELS OF HEALTH-BASED TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH

2018 (%) 91

TABLE 34 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: OVERVIEW OF POPULAR IEEE STANDARDS 93

TABLE 35 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2018 ($

MILLIONS) 100

TABLE 36 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET APPLICATION IN NURSING BY REGION,

THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 101

TABLE 37 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET APPLICATION IN ADMINISTRATION BY

REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 102

TABLE 38 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET APPLICATION IN LABORATORIES BY

GEOGRAPHY, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 103

TABLE 39 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET APPLICATION IN RADIOLOGY BY REGION,

THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 104

TABLE 40 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET APPLICATION IN PHARMACY BY REGION,

THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 105

TABLE 41 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET APPLICATIONS IN CLINICS BY REGION,

THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 106

TABLE 42 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY END USERS, THROUGH 2018 ($

MILLIONS) 109

TABLE 43 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET-PHYSICIANS OFFICES AND CLINICS BY

REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 111

TABLE 44 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: EHR ADOPTION IN LONG-TERM CARE SETTINGS

(%) 112

TABLE 45 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET-LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES BY REGION,

THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 114

TABLE 46 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: NON-FEDERAL ACUTE CARE HOSPITAL ADOPTION

OF BASIC EHR SYSTEMS BY STATE, 2012 (%) 115

TABLE 47 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET-HOSPITALS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018

($ MILLIONS) 118

TABLE 48 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET-HOSPITALS BY BED COUNT, THROUGH

2018 ($ MILLIONS) 118

TABLE 49 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY SPECIALTY SEGMENTS, THROUGH

2018 ($ MILLIONS) 120

TABLE 50 GLOBAL WIRELESS REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 122

TABLE 51 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET IN OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY BY

REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 124

TABLE 52 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET IN ONCOLOGY BY REGION, THROUGH

2018 ($ MILLIONS) 126

TABLE 53 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET IN UROLOGY BY REGION, THROUGH 2018

($ MILLIONS) 127

TABLE 54 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET IN ORTHOPEDICS BY REGION, THROUGH

2018 ($ MILLIONS) 129

TABLE 55 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET IN OPHTHALMOLOGY BY REGION,

THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 131

TABLE 56 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET IN PSYCHIATRY BY REGION, THROUGH

2018 ($ MILLIONS) 131

TABLE 57 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET IN NEUROLOGY BY REGION, THROUGH

2018 ($ MILLIONS) 132

TABLE 58 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET IN PEDIATRICS BY REGION, THROUGH

2018 ($ MILLIONS) 133

TABLE 59 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: COMPANY STRATEGIES, 2010-2013 136

TABLE 60 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR DEVICES MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($

MILLIONS) 140

TABLE 61 GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR SOFTWARE MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2018

($ MILLIONS) 140

TABLE 62 U.S. WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY DEVICE, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 141

TABLE 63 U.S. WIRELESS EHR SOFTWARE MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 142

TABLE 64 EUROPEAN WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY DEVICE, THROUGH 2018 ($

MILLIONS) 142

TABLE 65 EUROPEAN WIRELESS EHR SOFTWARE MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($

MILLIONS) 143

TABLE 66 ASIA-PACIFIC WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY DEVICE, THROUGH 2018 ($

MILLIONS) 144

TABLE 67 ASIA-PACIFIC WIRELESS EHR SOFTWARE MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($

MILLIONS) 144

TABLE 68 ROW WIRELESS EHR MARKET BY DEVICE, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 145

TABLE 69 ROW PACIFIC WIRELESS EHR SOFTWARE MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($

MILLIONS) 146

TABLE 70 ABBOTT LABORATORIES—PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 153

TABLE 71 ABBOTT LABORATORIES-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011-2013 154

TABLE 72 ALLSCRIPTS HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS INC.—PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 154

TABLE 73 ALLSCRIPTS HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS INC-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS,

2010-2013 155

TABLE 74 AMD GLOBAL TELEMEDICINE INC-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 156

TABLE 75 AMD TELEMEDICINE-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011-2013 157

TABLE 76 AMERICAN TELECARE INC.—PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 157

TABLE 77 AMERICAN TELECARE-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010-2013 158

TABLE 78 CAPSULE TECHNOLOGIES-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 159

TABLE 79 CAPSULE TECHNOLOGIES-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010-2013 159

TABLE 80 CARDIOCOM-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 160

TABLE 81 CARDIOCOM-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011-2012 160

TABLE 82 CAREMATIX-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 161

TABLE 83 CAREMATIX-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2012-2013 162

TABLE 84 CERNER CORPORATION-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 162

TABLE 85 CERNER-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011-2013 164

TABLE 86 CYBERNET MEDICAL-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 165

TABLE 87 CYBERNET MEDICAL CORPORATION-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS 165

TABLE 88 DRAGER-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS (2012) 166

TABLE 89 EPIC-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 167

TABLE 90 EPIC-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS (2013) 168

TABLE 91 FITBIT-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 168

TABLE 92 FITBIT-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011–2013 169

TABLE 93 GE HEALTHCARE-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 169

TABLE 94 GE HEALTHCARE—RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010–2013 171

TABLE 95 GLOBALMEDIA GROUP-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 173

TABLE 96 GLOBALMEDIA GROUP-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011 173

TABLE 97 HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 174

TABLE 98 HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2012 174

TABLE 99 IBM-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 175

TABLE 100 INTEL-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 175

TABLE 101 INTEL-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2012-2013 176

TABLE 102 INTOUCH HEALTH-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 176

TABLE 103 INTOUCH HEALTH-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011-2013 176

TABLE 104 ISIRONA-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 177

TABLE 105 ISIRONA-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2012–2013 177

TABLE 106 JOHNSON & JOHNSON INC-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 178

TABLE 107 JOHNSON & JOHNSON INC-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2012 179

TABLE 108 LIFEWATCH TECHNOLOGIES-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 179

TABLE 109 LIFEWATCHTECHNOLOGIES-RECENT DEVELOPMENT, 2011 180

TABLE 110 MEDAPPS-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 181

TABLE 111 MEDAPPS-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010-2012 181

TABLE 112 MEDTRONIC-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 182

TABLE 113 MEDTRONIC-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010-2013 183

TABLE 114 ORACLE-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 184

TABLE 115 ORACLE-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011-2013 185

TABLE 116 PHILIPS-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 186

TABLE 117 PHILIPS-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010-2013 191

TABLE 118 QUALCOMM-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 192

TABLE 119 QUALCOMM-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010-2013 192

TABLE 120 ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS LIMITED-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 193

TABLE 121 ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS LIMITED-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010-2013 193

TABLE 122 ST. JUDE MEDICAL-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 194

TABLE 123 ST. JUDE MEDICAL-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO, 2010-2013 195

TABLE 124 SCHILLER AG-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 196

TABLE 125 SCHILLER AG-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2012-2013 197

TABLE 126 SECOND OPINION TELEMEDICINE SOLUTIONS INC.-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 197

TABLE 127 SIEMENS HEALTHCARE-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 199

TABLE 128 SIEMENS HEALTHCARE-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011-2013 201

TABLE 129 WELCH ALLYN-PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 202

TABLE 130 WELCH ALLYN-RECENT DEVELOPMENTS, 2010–2013 203

TABLE 131 LIST OF PATENTS-U.S. 205

TABLE 132 LIST OF PATENTS-EUROPE 208

TABLE 133 PUBLISHED STANDARDS, ISO TC251 210

TABLE 134 PUBLISHED STANDARDS, CEN/TC 215 214

LIST OF FIGURES

SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL WIRELESS EHR MARKET, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS) 6

FIGURE 1 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: POPULATION AGE 65+ (WORLD), 2011 (%) 9

FIGURE 2 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: PRODUCT DEFINITION, 2013 10

FIGURE 3 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: U.S. VENTURE CAPITAL INVESTMENTS IN DIGITAL

HEALTH, 2011-2013 (%) 12

FIGURE 4 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: NUMBER OF DEALS BY DIGITAL HEALTH

INVESTORS, 2012 (%) 13

FIGURE 5 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: NUMBER OF DEALS BY SERIES OF FINANCING,

2012 (%) 14

FIGURE 6 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: COMMON USES OF APPS BY CLINICIANS, 2012 (%) 16

FIGURE 7 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: SDO HARMONIZATION STRUCTURE, 2012 26

FIGURE 8 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: ISO TC 215 SUBCOMMITTEE/ WORKING GROUPS,

2012 27

FIGURE 9 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: CONTINUA INTERFACES AND STANDARDS, 2012 35

FIGURE 10 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: EMR ADOPTION BY REGION/COUNTRY, Q42012 41

FIGURE 11 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: EMR ADOPTION FOR U.S. BY STAGES,

2006-2012 (%) 42

FIGURE 12 WIRELESS HER MARKET: EMR ADOPTION FOR SELECT EUROPE, MIDDLE

EAST AND ASIAN COUNTRIES, 2011 42

FIGURE 13 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: MODE OF CONNECTIVITY BETWEEN MEDICAL

DEVICES AND EHR (U.S.), 2010 (%) 46

FIGURE 14 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: ECONOMIC BURDEN OF NONCOMMUNICABLE

DISEASES, 2011-2030 (%) 52

FIGURE 15 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: PROJECTED PERCENTAGE INCREASE IN PUBLIC

HEALTH SPENDING, 2011-2030 (%) 53

FIGURE 16 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: POTENTIAL COST SAVINGS FROM EHR-BASED

DEVICE MONITORING, 2013 (%) 58

FIGURE 17 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: CODING SYSTEM PRACTICE FOLLOWED BY U.S.

PHYSICIANS, 2012 (%) 84

FIGURE 18 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: STRATEGY ON MOBILE TECHNOLOGY POLICY IN

U.S. HEALTHCARE SETTINGS, 2012 (%) 97

FIGURE 19 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: COMMON TECHNOLOGIES PROVIDED BY

ORGANIZATIONS TO THEIR CLINICIANS, 2012 (%) 97

FIGURE 20 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: PERCENTAGE OF U.S. PHYSICIANS WHOSE EHRS

PROVIDED SELECTED BENEFITS, 2011 106

FIGURE 21 EHR ADOPTION RATES FOR PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS BY COUNTRY,

2009 AND 2012 (%) 109

FIGURE 22 EHRS WITH MULTIFUNCTIONAL CAPABILITIES ADOPTION RATES FOR

PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS BY COUNTRY, 2012 (%) 110

FIGURE 23 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: PUBLIC AND PRIVATE EXPENDITURES ON

LONG-TERM CARE, 2008 (%) 113

FIGURE 24 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: NON-FEDERAL ACUTE CARE HOSPITAL

ADOPTION OF BASIC EHR SYSTEMS, 2008-2012 114

FIGURE 25 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: EHR COVERAGE FOR HOSPITALS, 2005-2011 (%) 117

FIGURE 26 HEALTH RECORD STORAGE METHOD BY SPECIALTY (U.S.), 2010 (%) 120

FIGURE 27 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: PREVALENCE OF HEART DISEASE (U.S.), 2012

(MILLION AMERICANS) 121

FIGURE 28 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: MATERNAL MORTALITY RATIOS, 2010 123

FIGURE 29 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: PREVALENCE AND INCIDENCE OF CANCER BY

TYPE (WORLD), 2008 (MILLION PEOPLE) 124

FIGURE 30 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: INCIDENCE OF CANCER BY REGION, 2008

(MILLION PEOPLE) 125

FIGURE 31 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: HIP REPLACEMENT SURGERIES BY COUNTRY,

2009 (SURGERIES PER 100,000 POPULATION) 127

FIGURE 32 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERIES BY COUNTRY,

2009 (SURGERIES PER 100,000 POPULATION) 128

FIGURE 33 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: COMPANY STRATEGIES, 2010-2013 (%) 135

FIGURE 34 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: LEADING COMPANIES FOR PRODUCT-RELATED

STRATEGIES, 2010-2013 (%) 137

FIGURE 35 WIRELESS EHR MARKET: LEADING COMPANIES FOR M &A STRATEGIES,

2010-2013 (%) 138

FIGURE 36 PERCENTAGE OF PATENTS REGISTERED/APPROVED IN THE U.S. AND

EUROPE, 2007 TO 2013 (%) 148

FIGURE 37 U.S. PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET SEGMENTS, 2007 TO 2013 (%) 149

FIGURE 38 EUROPEAN PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET SEGMENT, 2007-2013 (%) 149

FIGURE 39 U.S. PATENT ANALYSIS BY MARKET PARTICIPANTS, 2007 TO 2013 (%) 151

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