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Shifting Toward Preventative Healthcare Models in the United States
Date:10/29/2013

London (PRWEB) October 29, 2013

Analysis of Select Trends and Technologies

The current healthcare market is centered around two factors: cutting overall healthcare costs and providing to health conscious and health aware consumers. Every component of the patient cycle is affected including prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and therapeutics. One of the major efforts to satisfy these demands has been to develop the preventative portion of our healthcare business. This market insight aims to provide a top-level view of the preventative healthcare market, which include patient education, aging in place, and remote monitoring technologies.

Executive Summary

The U.S. health information technology (IT) market in early 2012 is highly complex, dynamic, and competitive, as witnessed at the recent Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Annual Conference and Exhibition. Today, the health IT market attracts hundreds of companies offering a range of products and services for healthcare payers, providers, life sciences and medical device companies, and other related businesses. Impressive gains in innovation are being driven by the growing adoption of electronic health records (EHRs), the acceleration of data exchange and connectivity, and the ubiquitous use of mobile technologies by patients and providers alike. Market activity is highly influenced by a plethora of back-to-back government initiatives and regulations, in particular HITECH, PPACA, and the transition to the new ICD-10 coding standard.

As seen at HIMSS, a key focus of the health IT market continues to be transitioning to EHRs and preparing for Meaningful Use. While the market offers many opportunities related to the multi-stage progression toward full Meaningful Use, for many providers and vendors, Stage 1 is still top of the mind for the first half of 2012 due to the potential ICD-10 pushback, the delay in the start of Stage 2, a
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