Friday, 6 February 2015

IT services and Healthcare sector by 2018

IT services helps the healthcare sector to deliver their services more effectively and efficiently. The healthcare providers are opting to use advanced technologies for delivering their healthcare services to patients across various geographical regions around the globe.

The use of IT services in the healthcare services has increased in the recent years in public as well as private sectors. However, privates companies seems to be investing more on the healthcare IT and would continue to do so in the coming years as well. IT services would help in reducing the errors and also enhance the delivery systems of the healthcare sector, worldwide.

Reports and Intelligence adds a report titled “Global Healthcare IT Market 2014-2018.” The report states that the global healthcare IT market is expected to register a CAGR of 5.7% during the forecast period i.e. 2013-2018.

The report on global healthcare IT services market is segmented on the basis of IT services and healthcare providers. The report evaluates the market size on the basis of software, hardware and other IT services.

The increasing need for storing and effectively using patient information is the key factor driving the growth of the overall global healthcare IT market. However, advanced technologies incur a high cost and the continuous increasing cost of IT services in the healthcare sector is a major challenge for the overall market. Furthermore, the emerging trend of increased adoption of mobile devices would help in overcoming the market challenge and further propel the growth of the global healthcare IT market.

The geographies covered in the report are EMEA, America and APAC. The report also profiles some of the major companies operating in the IT healthcare market in order to provide the readers with comprehensive knowledge of the competitive landscape and growth prospects of the global market.

Companies profiled in the report are eFusion Corp., NTT Data Inc., Dell Inc., Siemens AG, Cerner Corp., Philips Healthcare, McKesson Corp., Epic Systems Corp., Pulse System Inc., UnitedHealth Group Inc. and Cognizant Technology Solution Corp.

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