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Healthcare IT Outsourcing Market Worth $50.4 Billion by 2018 - New Report by MarketsandMarkets
Date:9/14/2013

(PRWEB) September 14, 2013

The “Healthcare IT Outsourcing Market - By Application [Provider (EHR, RCM, LIMS) Payer (CRM, Claims Management, Fraud Detection, Billing) Life Science (ERP, CTMS, CDMS) Operational (SCM, BPM) & Infrastructure (IMS, Cloud Computing)] & Industry - Global Forecast To 2018”, analyzes and studies the major market drivers, restraints, and opportunities in North America, Europe, APAC, and Rest of the World.

Browse 147 market data tables and 11 figures spread through 365 pages and in-depth TOC on “Healthcare IT Outsourcing Market - By Application [Provider (EHR, RCM, LIMS) Payer (CRM, Claims Management, Fraud Detection, Billing) Life Science (ERP, CTMS, CDMS) Operational (SCM, BPM) & Infrastructure (IMS, Cloud Computing)] & Industry - Global Forecast To 2018”.
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This report studies the global healthcare information technology outsourcing market (2013 to 2018).

Over the years, outsourcing has surfaced as a successful business model that mitigates the burden of administration, procurement, accounting, logistics and other tasks, and develops cost-effective business processes. The healthcare industry, which faces the challenge of delivering the best patient care at an affordable cost, has been opting for outsourcing IT solutions.

The healthcare industry, on the whole, generates huge amounts of data. Healthcare providers/payers need to electronically track data related to medical records, billing codes, electronic monitoring systems, and patient care. In order to track and manage this valuable data via electronic systems, there is a need for strong informatio
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