DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Global Healthcare Asset Management Market - Technologies, Market share and Industry Forecast to 2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Global healthcare asset management market is expected to rise with a CAGR of 33.7% over the forecast period (2017-2024).
The driving forces of global healthcare asset management market are increasing concerns of drug counterfeiting, patient centric trend in the healthcare industry, technological advancements and high healthcare expenditure throughout the globe. However, the healthcare asset management growth is impeded by some factors that are privacy & ethical concerns coupled with accuracy of RFID tags.
Global healthcare asset management market report includes two major segments that are products and applications. Further, the product segment has been divided into Radio frequency Identification (RFID), Real-time Location Systems (RTLS) and Infrared and ultrasound tags. The RFID segment accounted as the dominant segment in 2017 in terms of revenue. The sub segments of RFID are hardware and software. The hardware segment has Tags, Readers/Interrogators and Antennas. The second major segment application has been bifurcated into two sub segments that are Hospital asset management and Pharmaceuticals Asset Management.
Global healthcare asset management market faces some serious challenges that are pharmaceutical supply chain management and technical & operational issues. However, the market has bright opportunities that may push the growth of healthcare asset management market. The opportunities include expansion of healthcare IT coupled with radiation resistant RFID tags.
Key Topics Covered:
4.Global Healthcare Asset Management Market By Product
5.Global Healthcare Asset Management Market By Application
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Sonitor Technologies AS
Versus Technology, Inc.
- Vizbee Rfid Solutions
Zebra Technologies Corporation
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