Smart Hospitals Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Trends, Growth and Forecast 2019 – 2025

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Pune, India - September 17, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Smart Hospitals Market

Smart Hospitals is a concept that involves redesigning and renovating hospital processes using the latest digital networking infrastructure. The healthcare industry is looking forward to implementing smart processes actively and this will ensure that the market sees a steady and promising growth in the future. With the growth in processes like machine learning, Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence, the capacity of smart hospitals will become immense and astonishing.

This report analyzes in detail the competition landscape, the growth opportunity, and forecast for development in the global smart hospitals' industry. With the implementation of smart processes, hospitals can be made completely paperless and very efficient. These processes will be advantageous to both consumers and the healthcare industry. One factor that might slow down the growth of the market is the increased cost of managing the smart environment. However, the fact that governments all over the world have decided to invest heavily in the infrastructure development of the healthcare industry is an added advantage to this market. For this report, the year 2017 is considered the base period. The study analyses the current market and forecasts the global market value for smart hospitals in 2025.

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Market Segmentation
There are three ways the market is segmented in this report. The first segmentation is based on the key players. There are numerous global players who affect the market. This report considers 10 such companies and analyses them thoroughly. Koninklijke Philips, Siemens AG, Honeywell Life Care Solutions, Medtronic, Cerner Corporation, GE Healthcare, Qualcomm Life, AdhereTech, McKesson Corporation, and Allengers are the businesses under consideration.
When it comes to the segmentation by type, the different products/services offered by this market are general services, super specialty, and specialty. Based on the application, the report discusses remote medicine management, electronic health record, and clinical workflow, medical connected imaging, outpatient vigilance, and medical assistance.

Regional Analysis
The different regions considered in this study include United States of America, Europe, China, Japan, South East Asia, and India. North America and Europe will remain at the top of the charts when it comes to grabbing market share in the future. The increase in the adaptation to IT infrastructure and the positive push from the governments will be the reasons for this growth. These regions can also boast of a large number of skilled IT experts contributing to the growth.
Asia Pacific regions, especially China and India will grow fast during the forecast period of 2018-2025. The initiatives taken by the government for healthcare infrastructure development will be the reason for this growth.
This report will talk about the demand and supply in these regions and analyze the market dynamics in a detailed manner.

Industry News
GE Healthcare is working on analyzing patient status in critical care units using analytics. In June 2019, this giant company published an article that talked about its experts using existing ICU data to provide information for technicians, to adopt to protocols and to provide specific treatment options for critical patients.

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