Global Vendor Assessment and Market Outlook with Profiles of 12 Key Players - ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN--()--The "Telehealth 2018: Vendor Assessment and Market Outlook" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This report profiles 12 vendors that provide some degree of telehealth beyond the hospital. We divide vendors among three primary market segments: DTC, acute care, and RPM within the patient-centered medical home (PCMH). We also discuss technology types that are poised to disrupt these market segments; these include the smart home powered by voice-enabled virtual assistants, the telehealth kiosk, and digital therapeutic solutions that support clinical care across various settings. All told, this report identifies more than 90 vendors that support telehealth beyond the hospital in some way.

We have chosen not to rank or compare individual vendors but, rather, evaluate the telehealth market as a whole. To do so, we looked at the maturity of functionality in six key areas:

  • Patient identification
  • Patient intake and outreach
  • Variety of supported use cases
  • Care coordination support
  • Peripheral device management and support
  • Ongoing patient assessment

Based on the products we reviewed, functionality that maximizes utilization and revenue-generating opportunities in support of fee-for-service (FFS) business models is more mature than functionality that prioritizes ongoing and/or complex interactions in support of value-based care (VBC) models. That said, vendors should prepare to support VBC as payers continue to transition away from FFS and look to telehealth as a way to provide low-cost access to convenient care with the potential to improve both clinical and financial outcomes.

Key Takeaways

To succeed in the telehealth market, vendors will need to be ready to do the following:

  • Adapt to the smart home. Over the next decade, sensors, smart speakers, and voice-activated virtual assistants will transform how people initiate interactions with healthcare stakeholders.
  • Evolve to support VBC. Telehealth must increasingly support use cases that align with providers' evolving VBC needs, not just their financial imperatives to add patients and increase revenue.
  • Consider overlooked care venues. Long-term post-acute care sites (LTPACs), skilled nursing facilities (SNFs), and nursing homes are open to telehealth as a way to curb costs and improve outcomes without adding clinical staff.
  • Expect fierce competition. Telehealth vendors will compete with each other - and with urgent care, retail clinics, kiosks, and hospitals that all want to become the new front door to care.
  • Focus on platforms. Enterprise stakeholders are losing interest in point solutions, especially as they seek to implement telehealth across business lines and cohort populations.
  • Anticipate large-scale changes. Telehealth adoption forces stakeholders (especially providers) into new workflows - not just clinical but operational, and also across service lines. This will change the way that organizations do business.

Key Topics Covered:

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Market Dynamic
  • Market Outlook
  • Key Takeaways

2. TELEHEALTH BEYOND THE HOSPITAL: PROMISES AND CHALLENGES

3. DEFINING TELEHEALTH BEYOND THE HOSPITAL

  • Factors Motivating Market Growth
  • Identifying Key Stakeholders and their Motivations
  • The Case for Telehealth Adoption
  • Use Cases: Streamline and Expand Care, Support Patients
  • Business Cases: Cost Reduction and Revenue Generation
  • Market Outlook and Adoption Trajectory
  • Next 2-3 Years
  • Data management
  • Next 4-6 Years
  • DTC contraction + M&A
  • Next 7-10 Years
  • Smart home dominance
  • Challenges to Market Growth
  • The Role of Virtual Assistants
  • Telehealth's Key Performance Indicators

4. VENDOR AND TECHNOLOGY OUTLOOK

  • Direct to Consumer
  • Acute Care
  • Remote Patient Monitoring
  • Market Disruptors
  • The Smart Home
  • Third-Party Care
  • The Kiosk
  • Digital Therapeutics
  • Feature Maturity

5. VENDOR PROFILES

  • American Well
  • Doctor on Demand
  • GE Healthcare
  • InTouch Health
  • MDLive
  • Philips
  • SnapMD
  • SOC Telemed
  • Teladoc Health
  • TytoCare
  • Vivify Health
  • Zipnosis
  • Vendors to Watch

6. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Recommendations for Telehealth Vendors
  • Recommendations for Providers and Payers

7. APPENDIX A: SCOPE AND METHODOLOGY

Companies Mentioned

  • 98point6
  • Acelleron
  • American Well
  • Babyscripts
  • Carbon Health
  • Curology
  • DigiSight
  • Dispatch Health
  • Doctor Hazel
  • Doctor on Demand
  • eWellness Health
  • Emmi Solutions (Wolters Kluwer)
  • FirstDerm
  • GE Healthcare
  • Healthwise
  • Hinge Health
  • InTouch Health
  • MDLive
  • Maven
  • Mole Mapper
  • Momseze
  • Mytonomy
  • Nurx
  • One Medical
  • Opternative
  • Ovia Health
  • Pacify
  • Philips
  • Physitrack
  • Progeny Health
  • SOC Telemed
  • Simple Contacts
  • SkinVision
  • SnapMD
  • StationMD
  • SteadyMD
  • Teladoc Health
  • TytoCare
  • Visuwell
  • Vivify Health
  • Wildflower Health
  • Zipline
  • Zipnosis

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