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Stakeholder Views on Telehealth from the 2014 American Telemedicine Association (ATA) Annual Meeting
Telehealth is central to the healthcare delivery transformation by way of the converging healthcare and information communication technology (ICT) sectors. This study analyzes survey data taken at the 2014 ATA annual conference, collecting opinions from on the state of the market from approximately 80 industry stakeholders including technology vendors, healthcare providers, and industry consultants. The surveyed markets include remote patient monitoring, personal emergency response systems (PERS), video telemedicine, tele-mental health, mHealth applications, tele-imaging, kiosks, medication management systems, tele-pharmacy, tele-emergency, and remote cardiac services. Scope includes telehealth products and services, including perspectives on current and future trends, and findings are discussed within the context of Frost & Sullivan’s views regarding the telehealth industry in North America.
-The momentum for telehealth is expanding at a rapid pace as the practice of remotely provided clinical services becomes more entrenched in every aspect of healthcare in North America. The use of telehealth will be an increasingly important component to health system transformation in the coming years.
-The 2014 Frost & Sullivan Pulse of Telehealth survey, done in conjunction with the American Telemedicine Association (ATA) meeting this past May, collected opinions on the state of the market from 95 industry stakeholders including technology vendors, healthcare providers, and industry consultants.
-Top line findings include -
Telehealth Markets with Highest Impact Over Next 5 Years
-Remote Patient Monitoring
Therapeutic Areas with Most Opportunities for 2014
Leading Reasons for Telehealth Adoption
-Access to Care
-Improved Patient Outcomes
This survey is meant to offer a snapshot on perspectives centered around our work at the 2014 American Telemedicine Association (ATA) event held Baltimore, MD this past May.
The primary objective for conducting this research was to obtain current perspectives from industry experts in telehealth products and services, including perspectives on current and future trends, and to discuss these within the context of Frost & Sullivan’s views regarding the telehealth industry in North America.
The research included assessing the importance of different submarkets, industry trends, driver and restraint factors, and long-term views.
Note: Please see our report Frost & Sullivan’s Overview of American Telemedicine Association Annual Meeting 2014:
Get Ready for Coming Telehealth Tsunami for a full review of the meeting and in depth look at telehealth industry trends.
We altered the survey conducted at ATA 2014 from the 2013 survey in terms of question approach, chosen issues, and respondent segmentation. For our research conducted at the ATA 2013 Conference, please see ND10-48: Pulse of Telehealth 2013.
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