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NEW YORK, May 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Healthcare Information Technology

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REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

* BCC estimates the total market for the clinical healthcare IT technologies covered in this report at more than $6.3 billion in 2010. The market is projected to grow to approximately $7.4 billion in 2011 and nearly $17.5 billion in 2016, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 18.7% over the next 5 years.

* Software applications accounted for 71% of the market in 2010, although their share is projected to shrink to 66% by 2016. This sector was worth $4.5 billion in 2010 and is expected to increase at a 17$ compound annual growth rate (CAGR) to reach more than $11 billion in 2016.

* The share of dedicated hardware, chiefly equipment used in telemedicine, is projected to rise from 29% to 34% over forecast period. This market was valued at $1.8 billion in 2010 and is expected to reach just under $6 billion by 2016, a 22.4% compound annual growth rate (CAGR).

STUDY BACKGROUND

The market environment for healthcare information systems has shifted dramatically in recent years. After years of incremental steps toward a national healthcare information technology (IT) infrastructure, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the economic stimulus bill approved by Congress and signed into law in February 2009, provides more than $19 billion for healthcare IT spending, including more than $17 billion to promote the wider adoption of electronic health records (EHR). The Obama administration has made it clear that this $17 billion is only a down payment on the total cost of a national EHR system, which is generally estimated at $100 billion or more.

Modernization of the nation's healthcare IT infrastructure is a cornerstone of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), the national healthcare system that was enacted into law in 2010. The PPACA does not include any specific measures to encourage the adoption of EHR beyond those already contained in the ARRA, but EHR is one of several clinical healthcare IT technologies that have the potential to increase the availability and quality of healthcare while contributing to lower costs.

In addition to the potential benefits in terms of the quality and cost of U.S. healthcare, this is obviously a significant opportunity for suppliers of healthcare IT and related technologies. U.S. healthcare providers presently spend approximately $40 billion per year on all types of IT technologies.

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

This report is an update of an earlier report published by BCC in 2009 whose goal is to provide an understanding of the U.S. market for selected clinical healthcare IT technologies in the context of the ongoing dramatic changes in the structure of the U.S. healthcare sector. Specific objectives include:

* Identifying the segments of the clinical healthcare IT with the greatest growth potential

* Analyzing key market drivers and constraints

* Estimating the size of each market segment through 2016

* Providing other information on relevant laws and regulations, standards, potential funding sources, and other information that will be useful to healthcare IT suppliers seeking a share of this market.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

The report is intended especially for healthcare IT suppliers, as well as government agencies, healthcare policy analysts, and others seeking to understand the cost and preconditions for the success of healthcare IT modernization initiatives. Although the report is structured around specific technologies, it is largely non-technical in nature. It is therefore less concerned with theory and jargon than with effectiveness, the market is likely to purchase, and the going price.

As such, the report's main audience is executive management and marketing and financial analysts. It is not written specifically for scientists and technologists, although its findings concern the market for their work, including the availability of government and corporate research funding for different technologies and applications.

SCOPE OF REPORT

This report is an analytical business tool whose primary purpose is to describe and analyze the dynamics of the U.S. market for healthcare technology. It is particularly focused on clinical IT systems that facilitate or provide input into the care process, as opposed to administrative and financial systems. It covers only software applications, as well as dedicated hardware and online services used to run them.

The study format includes these major elements:

* Executive summary

* Definitions

* Clinical healthcare IT applications

* Benefits and barriers to implementation

* Market environment (e.g., legal and regulatory standards, economic conditions, consumer attitudes)

* Current (i.e., 2010) and projected markets for healthcare IT technologies and products through 2016

* Industry structure

METHODOLOGY

Both primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing this study. The findings and conclusions of this report are based on information gathered from developers, providers, integrators, and users of healthcare IT technologies in the public and private sectors. Interview data were combined with information gathered through an extensive review of secondary sources (e.g., trade publications, trade associations, company literature, online databases) to produce the baseline market estimates contained in this report.

The base year for analysis and projection is 2010, and market projections were developed for the period of 2011 to 2016. These projections are based on a consensus among the primary contacts combined with BCC's understanding of the key market drivers and their impact from a historical and analytical perspective. The analytical methodologies used to generate the market estimates are described in detail in chapters six through twelve.

All dollar projections presented in this report are in 2010 constant dollars.

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1

STUDY BACKGROUND 1

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 1

INTENDED AUDIENCE 2

SCOPE OF REPORT 2

METHODOLOGY 3

AUTHOR'S CREDENTIALS 3

RELATED BCC RESEARCH 4

BCC ONLINE SERVICES 4

DISCLAIMER 4

CHAPTER TWO: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 5

SUMMARY TABLE US MARKET FOR CLINICAL HEALTHCARE IT

TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 5

SUMMARY FIGURE CLINICAL HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGIES

MARKET SHARES, 2010–2016 (%) 6

CHAPTER THREE: CLINICAL HEALTHCARE IT: AN OVERVIEW 7

DEFINITIONS 7

TABLE 1 MAJOR CLASSES OF HEALTHCARE IT TECHNOLOGIES 7

CLINICAL SOFTWARE 7

HARDWARE DEDICATED TO CLINICAL IT APPLICATIONS 8

HISTORY 8

HISTORY (CONTINUED) 9

CHAPTER FOUR: TYPES OF CLINICAL IT TECHNOLOGIES 10

TABLE 2 MAJOR TYPES OF CLINICAL HEALTHCARE IT

TECHNOLOGIES 10

ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS 11

PROVIDER ORDER ENTRY SYSTEMS FOR DRUGS, LAB TESTS,

AND PROCEDURES 12

ELECTRONIC PRESCRIBING SYSTEM 12

PICTURE ARCHIVING AND COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS FOR

FILMLESS IMAGING 13

LABORATORY INFORMATION SYSTEMS 13

CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS 13

TELEMEDICINE 14

OTHER RELATED AND SUPPORTING TECHNOLOGIES 14

PERSONAL HEALTH RECORDS 14

RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION 15

VeriChip 16

BAR CODING 16

SPEECH RECOGNITION 16

MEDICAL EQUIPMENT INTERFACES 17

BENEFITS OF CLINICAL HEALTHCARE IT TECHNOLOGIES 17

BENEFITS TO PATIENTS 17

Improved Quality of Care 18

Lower Costs 19

Lower Costs (Continued) 20

Wider Availability of Health Insurance 21

BENEFITS TO HOSPITALS, PHYSICIANS, AND OTHER

CAREGIVERS 21

Clinical Efficiencies and Improved Quality 21

Verification of Insurance Eligibility and Benefits 22

Patient Satisfaction 22

Image and Public Relations 22

Reduced Malpractice Risk 23

Employee Morale 23

BENEFITS TO THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY 24

Pharmaceutical Manufacturers 24

Improved Drug Safety Surveillance 24

Clinical Trial Recruitment 24

Support of Regulatory Approval 25

Retail Pharmacies 26

Opportunities to Increase Revenues 26

BENEFITS TO HEALTH INSURANCE PROVIDERS 26

BARRIERS TO DEPLOYMENT 27

COST 28

LACK OF METRICS 29

Lack of Metrics (Continued) 30

LACK OF STANDARDS 31

Clinical Vocabularies 32

Clinical Ontologies 32

COMPATIBILITY 33

Backwards Compatibility 33

Sideways Compatibility 34

Forwards Compatibility 34

WIDE RANGE OF SOFTWARE CHOICES 34

LACK OF PERSONNEL WITH APPROPRIATE SKILLS 35

LIMITED FINANCIAL RETURNS ON HEALTH IT

INVESTMENTS 36

PRIVACY CONCERNS 37

SAFETY ISSUES 38

LEGAL LIABILITY 38

Privacy 38

Safety 39

PREVIOUS IMPLEMENTATIONS OF HEALTHCARE IT 40

USA 40

Department of Defense 40

Department of Veterans Affairs 41

Department of Veterans … (Continued) 42

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Physician Order Entry

System 43

Santa Barbara County Care Data Exchange 43

OTHER COUNTRIES 44

UK National Health Service National Programme for IT 44

Alberta (Canada) Netcare 45

Alberta (Canada) Netcare (Continued) 46

MARKET SUMMARY 47

TABLE 3 US MARKET FOR CLINICAL HEALTHCARE IT

TECHNOLOGIES BY APPLICATION TYPE, THROUGH 2016 ($

MILLIONS) 47

FIGURE 1 US MARKET FOR CLINICAL HEALTHCARE IT

TECHNOLOGIES PRODUCT MARKET SHARES, 2010–2016 (%) 48

CHAPTER FIVE: MARKET ENVIRONMENT FOR CLINICAL

HEALTHCARE IT TECHNOLOGIES 49

LEGAL AND REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT 49

LEGISLATION 49

Federal Legislation 49

Better Healthcare through Information Technology

Act of 2005 49

Medicare Value Purchasing Act 50

Health Information Technology Promotion Act 50

Wired for Healthcare Quality Act 50

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 51

American Recovery …(Continued) 52

Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 53

State Legislation 54

Maryland 54

Massachusetts 54

Minnesota 55

New Mexico 55

Rhode Island 56

Vermont 56

EXECUTIVE ORDERS 56

Federal Level 56

Executive Order 13335 56

Executive Order 13410 57

State and Local Levels 57

TABLE 4 STATE EXECUTIVE ORDERS RELATING TO HEALTH IT 57

TABLE 4 (CONTINUED) 58

REGULATIONS 58

Federal Regulations 58

Potential FDA Regulation of EHR 58

EHR and HIPAA 59

HHS Regulations to Facilitate Adoption of Health

Information Technology 60

State and Local Regulations 61

CERTIFICATION BODIES 62

Certification Commission for Healthcare Information

Technology 62

ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT 62

Government Funding 63

Federal Government 63

FIGURE 2 TRENDS IN PROJECTED FEDERAL HEALTH IT

SPENDING, 2010–2016 ($ BILLIONS) 64

Other Government Entities 64

Massachusetts 65

Minnesota 65

New York State 65

New York City 65

North Carolina 65

Vermont 66

Nonprofit Funding 66

California Healthcare Foundation 66

Colorado Health Foundation 67

Regenstrief Institute 67

Markle Foundation 67

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 68

Private Funding 68

Care Providers 68

Investment and Financing Trends in the

Hospital Industry 68

FIGURE 3 TRENDS IN US HOSPITALS' IT SPENDING, 2010–2016 ($

BILLIONS) 69

Physician Practice Financial Trends 69

Implications for ARRA Incentive Program 69

Insurance Companies 70

Mixed Public-Private Funding 70

Washington Health Information Collaborative 70

Washington …(Continued) 71

CHAPTER SIX: ELECTRONIC HEALTHCARE RECORDS:

TECHNOLOGIES AND MARKETS 72

SUMMARY 72

FIGURE 4 US MARKET FOR ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS

TECHNOLOGIES, 2010–2016 ($ MILLIONS) 72

FIGURE 4 (CONTINUED) 73

TECHNOLOGIES 73

EHR VERSUS EMR 73

EHR FUNCTIONALITIES 74

TABLE 5 TYPICAL EHR FUNCTIONALITIES 74

TABLE 5 (CONTINUED) 75

CLIENT/SERVER ARCHITECTURE VERSUS APPLICATION

SERVICE PROVIDER 75

SUPPLIERS 76

TABLE 6 EHR TECHNOLOGY PROVIDERS 76

TABLE 6 (CONTINUED) 77

MARKET FOR ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS

TECHNOLOGIES, 2010–2016 78

TABLE 7 ARRA INCENTIVES AND THE MARKET FOR EHR 79

TABLE 8 POTENTIAL (UNCONSTRAINED) US MARKET FOR EHR

SYSTEMS, THROUGH 2015 ($ BILLIONS) 79

TABLE 9 REALISTIC US MARKET FOR ELECTRONIC HEALTH

RECORDS TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 80

CHAPTER SEVEN: PROVIDER ORDER ENTRY TECHNOLOGIES AND

MARKETS 81

SUMMARY 81

FIGURE 5 US CPOE TECHNOLOGY MARKET, 2010–2016 ($

MILLIONS) 81

TECHNOLOGIES 82

SUPPLIERS 83

TABLE 10 CPOE TECHNOLOGY SUPPLIERS 83

MARKET FOR PROVIDER ORDER ENTRY TECHNOLOGIES, 2010–

2016 83

TABLE 11 INSTALLED BASED OF CPOE SYSTEMS IN US

HOSPITALS, THROUGH 2009 84

TABLE 12 US MARKET FOR CPOE SYSTEMS, THROUGH 2016 ($

MILLIONS) 84

CHAPTER EIGHT: ELECTRONIC PRESCRIBING TECHNOLOGIES AND

MARKETS, 85

SUMMARY 85

FIGURE 6 US ELECTRONIC PRESCRIPTION TECHNOLOGY

MARKET, 2010–2016 ($ MILLIONS) 85

TECHNOLOGIES 86

CURRENT PRACTICES 86

ELECTRONIC PRESCRIBING 87

E-Prescribing Software 87

E-Prescribing Software (Continued) 88

E-Prescribing Software (Continued) 89

E-Prescribing Software (Continued) 89

Installed Applications 90

Web-Based Applications 90

Mobile Interface Devices 90

PDAs 90

Smart Phones 91

Electronic Data Interchange 92

SUPPLIERS 92

TABLE 13 E-PRESCRIPTION SOFTWARE SUPPLIERS 93

MARKET FOR E-PRESCRIBING SOFTWARE, 2010–2016 93

TABLE 14 US MARKET FOR ELECTRONIC PRESCRIPTION

TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 94

FIGURE 7 US ELECTRONIC PRESCRIPTION MARKET SEGMENTS,

2010 (%) 95

CHAPTER NINE: PICTURE ARCHIVING AND COMMUNICATIONS

TECHNOLOGIES AND MARKETS 96

SUMMARY 96

FIGURE 8 US PACS TECHNOLOGY MARKET, 2010–2016 ($

MILLIONS) 97

TECHNOLOGIES 97

ARCHITECTURES 98

In-house PACS 98

Web-Based PACS 98

DICOM and Web-Based PACS 99

INTEGRATED PACS/RICS 100

ENTERPRISE PACS 100

PACS STORAGE AND ARCHIVING 101

Advanced Storage Technologies 101

Holographic Storage 102

Digital Image Compression 102

SUPPLIERS 102

TABLE 15 PACS TECHNOLOGY SUPPLIERS 103

MARKET FOR PICTURE ARCHIVING AND COMMUNICATION

TECHNOLOGIES, 2010–2016 103

TABLE 16 US MARKET FOR PACS, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 104

CHAPTER TEN: LABORATORY INFORMATION SYSTEMS

TECHNOLOGIES AND MARKETS 105

SUMMARY 105

FIGURE 9 US LABORATORY INFORMATION SYSTEM MARKET,

2010–2016 ($ MILLIONS) 105

TECHNOLOGIES 106

INTEROPERABIILTY ISSUES 106

LIS-CPOE Interoperability 107

LIS-CDSS Interoperability 107

LIS-EHR Interoperability 107

DATA STANDARDS 108

SUPPLIERS 109

TABLE 17 LABORATORY INFORMATION SYSTEM SUPPLIERS 109

MARKET FOR LABORATORY INFORMATION SYSTEMS

TECHNOLOGIES, 2010–2016 110

TABLE 18 US MARKET FOR LIS, 2010 THROUGH 2016 ($

MILLIONS) 110

CHAPTER ELEVEN: CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT TECHNOLOGIES

AND MARKETS 111

SUMMARY 111

FIGURE 10 US CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM MARKET,

2010–2016 ($ MILLIONS) 111

FIGURE 10 (CONTINUED) 112

TECHNOLOGIES 112

KNOWLEDGE-BASED SYSTEMS 112

Expert Systems 112

Expert Systems (Continued) 113

Probabilistic Systems 114

Bayesian Networks 114

Heuristic Systems 115

NON-KNOWLEDGE-BASED SYSTEMS 115

Artificial Neural Networks 115

Artificial Neural … (Continued) 116

Genetic Algorithms 117

WORKFLOW INTEGRATION 117

SUPPLIERS 118

TABLE 19 CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT TECHNOLOGY

SUPPLIERS 118

MARKET FOR CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT TECHNOLOGIES,

2010–2016 118

TABLE 20 US MARKET FOR CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT

SYSTEMS, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 119

CHAPTER TWELVE: TELEMEDICINE TECHNOLOGIES AND MARKETS 120

SUMMARY 120

FIGURE 11 US MARKET FOR TELEMEDICINE TECHNOLOGIES,

2010–2016 ($ MILLIONS) 120

TECHNOLOGIES 120

VIDEOCONFERENCING TECHNOLOGIES 121

Real-Time, Store-and-Forward, and Hybrid

Teleconferencing 122

IP-Based Videoconferencing 122

Peripheral Devices 122

HOME TELEMETRY TECHNOLOGIES 123

Telehomecare 123

Mobile Phone-Based Technologies 124

Bluetooth 124

Signal Transmission via Human Skin 125

ZigBee 125

SUPPLIERS 126

TABLE 21 TELEMEDICINE EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY

SUPPLIERS 126

MARKETS 127

TABLE 22 US MARKET FOR TELEMEDICINE TECHNOLOGIES,

THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS) 127

FIGURE 12 TELEMEDICINE TECHNOLOGY MARKET SEGMENTS,

2010–2016 (%) 128

CHAPTER THIRTEEN: INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 129

NUMBER AND SIZE OF FIRMS 129

FIGURE 13 CLINICAL HEALTHCARE IT FIRMS SEGMENTED BY

ANNUAL SALES REVENUES, 2010 (%) 129

PRODUCT SPECIALIZATION 130

FIGURE 14 CLINICAL HEALTHCARE IT FIRMS SEGMENTED BY

TYPE OF APPLICATION, 2010 (%) 130

MERGER AND ACQUISITION TRENDS 131

MERGER AND ACQUISITION TRENDS (CONTINUED) 132

APPENDIX A: COMPANY PROFILES 133

AGFA HEALTHCARE 133

ALLSCRIPTS, INC 133

AMAZING CHARTSCOM, INC 133

AMD TELEMEDICINE 134

AMICAS, INC 134

CARD GUARD AG 134

CARESTREAM HEALTH, INC 135

CARETRENDS 135

CERNER CORP 136

CYBERNET SYSTEMS CORP 136

DATALOGIC SPA 136

DIGICHART, INC 137

DRFIRSTCOM 137

ECLIPSYS CORP 137

EMAGEON, INC 138

FUJIIFILM MEDICAL SYSTEMS USA, INC 139

GE HEALTHCARE 139

GEMMS 139

GLOBALMEDIA GROUP, LLC 140

HEALTH FRONTIER, INC 140

HEALTHLAND 140

HIGHFLEET, INC 141

ISABEL HEALTHCARE, INC 141

LANGUAGE AND COMPUTING, INC 141

LIFECOM, INCREMOVAL REQUESTED (RESTORE REQUESTED 142

LOGICAL IMAGES, INC 142

MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL 143

MCKESSON CORP 143

MEDRX 144

MEDVITAL 144

MERGE HEALTHCARE, INC 144

M*MODAL 145

MICROSOFT CORP 146

NCD MEDICAL CORP 146

NUANCE COMMUNICATIONS, INC 146

OBS MEDICAL 147

PHILIPS HEALTHCARE 147

POLYCOM, INC 147

PROBLEM-KNOWLEDGE COUPLERS 148

SCOTTCARE CORP 148

SIEMENS HEALTHCARE 148

SURESCRIPTS, LLC 148

TELEVITAL 149

THERADOC INC 149

UNITED THERAPEUTICS CORP 150

POSITIVEID CORP 150

ZYNX HEALTH, INC 151

APPENDIX B: PATENT ANALYSIS 152

FIGURE 15 US CLINICAL HEALTHCARE IT PATENTS ISSUED

SINCE 1975 (%) 153

FIGURE 16 US CLINICAL HEALTHCARE IT PATENT

APPLICATOINS PENDILNG AS OF FEBRUARY 15, 2011 (%) 154

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