DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Telehealth 2018: Vendor Assessment and Market Outlook" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Interest in telehealth technology is rising among healthcare's key stakeholders - the provider organizations that deliver care, the insurers and employers that pay for care, and the patients that receive care.
Most momentum to date has focused on low-acuity direct-to-consumer (DTC) services and high-acuity inpatient services. While these two markets have clear differences in use case, execution, and value proposition, they are similar in one key way: They emphasize single episodes of care and rarely account for what happens to patients when they are not being cared for directly or virtually.
This report examines a third, largely untapped market: telehealth beyond the hospital, when patients are not being cared for directly but are otherwise participating in their care, whether through passive monitoring or active engagement with their care team.
In this report, the analyst identifies the challenges and opportunities associated with engaging with patients between in-person care episodes using various telehealth technologies.
It describes the market segments that are best positioned to support telehealth beyond the hospital and forecast the extent to which new or emerging market sub-segments may disrupt incumbents over the next 10 years.
It profiles leading vendors and assess the maturity of their core functionality. Finally, it offers recommendations for healthcare providers, as well as vendors looking to invest in telehealth to extend care, now and in the future.
Key Topics Covered
1. Executive Summary
2. Telehealth Beyond the Hospital - Promises and Challenges
3. Defining Telehealth Beyond the Hospital
4. Vendor and Technology Outlook
5. Vendor Profiles
6. Conclusions and Recommendations
- American Well
- Carbon Health
- Doctor Hazel
- GE Healthcare
- Hinge Health
- InTouch Health
- Mole Mapper
- Ovia Health
- Progeny Health
- SOC Telemed
- Teladoc Health
- Vivify Health
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