MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., May 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Connecting healthcare points of entry across the spanning areas of patient care is a progressing focus in the healthcare industry. Rapid transitions are expected, and already seen with the uptake of electronic health records (EHRs), smart phones, and other uniting technologies. As the past few decades saw a flattening of the overall markets as they took a turn toward globalization, so too will the healthcare industry experience a smoothing effect. This will allow unparalleled access to care, which will provide expansive benefits to audience segments including the elderly, rurally located, low-income, as well as other audience segments.
Industry participants are invited to take a deeper dive into the fast pace environment of the telehealth industry within connected health, as Frost & Sullivan has partnered with Living in Digital Times' Digital Health Summer Summit to introduce the latest findings in this space. Frost & Sullivan Senior Industry Analyst Zachary Bujnoch's "Identifying and Establishing Your Markets" presentation will focus on analyzing the top 20 telehealth markets by revenue opportunity and transformative potential. The Digital Health Summer Summit takes place June 14 to 15, 2012 at the Omni Hotel in San Diego, California.
Bujnoch's initial research findings include:
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"Like many of the unsung heroes of our healthcare system, telehealth markets address some of our most serious healthcare problems in a behind the scenes, yet powerful way," said Bujnoch. "Telehealth applications continue to push our healthcare systems to new heights of efficiency and effectiveness. Over the next five years, telehealth markets will transition from the best kept secret in healthcare, to being consistently demanded by professionals and patients alike."
In addition to Bujnoch's presentation, attendees of the Digital Health Summer Summit will also benefit by incorporating knowledge of the key stakeholders, ensuring their organization's novel technology meets consumer expectations and also aligns with physician and caregiver needs. Additionally, connected health organizations should ensure their solution maintains an interoperable quality within the existing infrastructure.
About Living in Digital Times
An umbrella group focusing on lifestyles, Living in Digital Times looks at digital solutions throughout life's stages, providing opportunities to show and grow businesses through a deep understanding of the needs of life's different segments.
With a commitment to creating new and exciting venues, Living in Digital Times produces conferences, exhibits, websites, and projects throughout the year that provide forums to bring together stakeholders in the digital age. Most recently, the group produced six expos and conference summits at the 2012 International CES, including: Kids@Play Summit; Mommy Tech Summit; Silvers Summit; Digital Health Summit; FitnessTech Summit; and HigherEdTECH Summit.
About Frost & Sullivan
Frost & Sullivan, the Growth Partnership Company, works in collaboration with clients to leverage visionary innovation that addresses the global challenges and related growth opportunities that will make or break today's market participants.
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