Global Healthcare IT Market Size is anticipated to reach at USD xxx billion by the end of 2025, rising at a CAGR of xx % over the forecast period (2018-2025). Key factors driving the Healthcare IT market growth include increasing adoption of health information exchanges (HIEs) as well as EHR systems plus better quality care & clinical outcomes. Furthermore, increasing need for healthcare insurance providers to effectively manage a widespread record of claims & reimbursements will boost the growth of the global healthcare IT market over the forecast spell.
The global market of healthcare IT has been segmented by different product & service, component, end user and geography. Further, product & service segment of the healthcare IT market across the globe is sub-divided into healthcare payer solutions, healthcare provider solutions and HCIT outsourcing services.
According to the component segment the market is sub-segmented into software, services and hardware. Services section of the segment accounted for the highest healthcare IT market share. Likewise, end user segment of the global healthcare IT market is bifurcated into healthcare payers and healthcare providers. Healthcare providers section of the segment is further categorized into ambulatory care centers, hospitals, home healthcare agencies, diagnostic & imaging centers, nursing homes & assisted living facilities and pharmacies. Hospitals division accounted for the major market share of the market in the historical year, and is expected to maintain its dominance over the forecast spell.
Geographical segment of the healthcare IT market is divided into several key region including North America, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East & Africa. The global healthcare IT market is led by North America trailed by Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa respectively. Asia-Pacific is the fastest-emerging market for healthcare IT, mainly because of the growing healthcare expenses, various government initiatives towards eHealth platforms, expanding medical tourism as well as growing overall healthcare industry.
Some of the key players operating in the highly competitive edge of healthcare IT market across the globe include McKesson Corporation (U.S.), United Healthcare Group (U.S.), Athenahealth Inc. (U.S.), GE Healthcare (UK), Epic Systems Corporation (U.S.), Allscripts Healthcare Solutions Inc. (U.S.), Cerner Corporation (U.S.), Koninklijke Philips N.V. (The Netherlands) Oracle Corporation and Infor Inc. (U.S.).
Key segments of the global healthcare IT market include:
- Product & Service Segment
- Healthcare payer solutions
- Healthcare provider solutions
- HCIT outsourcing services
- Component Segment of healthcare IT market
- End user Segment of healthcare IT market
- Healthcare payers
- Healthcare providers
- Geographical Segmentation of healthcare IT market
- North America
- Latin America
- the Middle East & Africa
What to expect from the upcoming ‘Global healthcare IT Market’ analysis:
-Analysis over future prospects as well as Global healthcare IT Market trends
- Information regarding technological progressions as well as innovations taking place in developing as well as developed economies and also various macro & microeconomic factors that affect the growth of the market.
- Supportive initiatives by government likely to influence the market dynamics.
- Key drivers influencing market’s growth, opportunities, restraints, sales channels and distributors.
- In-depth analysis of different market segmentations including product & service, component, end user and geographical regions.
- Deep analysis about the competitive landscape of the market and the initiatives by them to improve this market such as expansions, growth strategies, agreements, new product launches and acquisitions in the market
- Value Chain and Sales Channels Analysis
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