Wireless Healthcare Reports

Next Generation Healthcare

While retailers may not wish to enter the healthcare market the following analysis will illustrate the basic tools any organisation, including the NHS itself, will need to build a successful NextGen healthcare service. […]

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The New eHealth Model

This report examines issues and challenges associated with the new ehealth model and describes technologies and revenue models that can be used to support an effective deployment of a next generation, consumer facing ehealth service.  […]

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Wearable Computers In Healthcare

n this report we make a business case for wearable computing in ehealth, and explain the role of IT vendors, garment manufacturers, communications companies and healthcare providers in this market. These players range from companies seeking to diversify into new and less competitive markets, to new entrants to the healthcare sector hoping to build services requiring the minimum of manual intervention. […]

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Mobile Carriers and eHealth

Beyond concerns over the safety of handsets and masts, healthcare is not something the general public associates with mobile phones. As yet few people regard mobile networks as key pieces of infrastructure, capable of supporting […]

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Wireless Based Remote Monitoring And Diagnostics

A new ehealth model is emerging based on a wider range of devices, automated analysis of vital signs data and feedback to the patient or their carer. A number of vendors – in particular IBM and Oracle – are developing technology that will add intelligence and diagnostic functionality to the ehealth model. At the same time manufacturers are attempting to push wireless medical devices into the consumer electronics market. The resulting model will be one that scales easily and can intercept a person at risk before they enter the healthcare system. […]

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Wireless eHealth and the Elderly Consumer

The market for wireless healthcare devices is perceived as being driven by two interlinked requirements; the need to reduce the cost of delivering care and the need to build healthcare IT infrastructure that will cope with the growth in the number of ageing baby boomers who will require care in the near future. Even so, many vendors are struggling to find a route into what should be a potentially large and rapidly growing market for new medical devices and healthcare software. […]

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Healthcare for an Ageing Population

Before every one gets too excited and, on the assumption that the NHS will be forced to spend its way out of trouble, invests in any IT company with more then a toe in the healthcare market it is worth taking a closer look at the healthcare needs of the elderly. […]