Wireless Healthcare Reports
Focused research highlighting opportunities within the wireless healthcare and ehealth sectors.
The following reports are available.
Alpha Moms Become Alpha Daughters.
A new business model for mhealth and wireless healthcare.
eHealth and Consumer Electronics.
A number of consumer electronics companies are already exploiting the growing demand for devices and services that help people remain trim, fit and mentally alert.
This reports examines the role of consumer electronics in the delivery of ehealth services.
Wireless eHealth Platforms.
The need to link mobile phone and wireless based medical monitoring and diagnostics devices to back offices services is
providing a growing market for IT and communications vendors.
101 Things to do with a Mobile Phone in Healthcare.
An overview of the mobile and wireless ehealth market with descriptions of 101 applications.
Health 2.0 and the Ageing Baby Boomer.
How a new generation of web based healthcare technologies and an increasing number
of senior citizens with IT skills will impact on the telecare market.
Understanding The New eHealth Model.
Exploiting online health information services, building resilient revenue models and
addressing the needs of the consumer healthcare market.
Wireless Based Disease Management.
(Google, Microsoft And IBM In The Healthcare Market)
Wireless devices, search technology and patient profiling will be used to
manage AIDS, influenza and diabetes as well as diseases with psychosomatic
roots that currently represent a significant drain on the resources of
Wireless Based Monitoring And Diagnostics.
The market for a new and potentially disruptive model for ehealth services and opportunities
within this market for ehealth service providers, IT vendors and communications network operators.
Mobile And Wireless Services For Outpatients.
Using patient paging and SMS messaging to improve workflow in outpatient clinics.