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Telemedicine Devices Market Forecast 2014-2024

LONDON, March 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Telehealth, mHealth & Future Prospects for Leading Companies

Telemedicine Devices - assess products, developments, and revenue prospects

What does the future hold for telemedicine devices? Visiongain's brand new report shows you the potential revenues to 2024, assessing data, trends, opportunities and prospects there.

Our 168 page report provides 150 tables, charts, and graphs. Discover the most lucrative areas in the industry and the future market prospects. Our new study lets you assess forecasted sales at overall world market, submarket and national level. You will see financial results, interviews, trends, opportunities, and revenue predictions.

Forecasts from 2014-2024 and other analyses show you commercial prospects

Besides revenue forecasting to 2024, our new study provides you with recent results, growth rates, and market shares. There you will find original analyses, with business outlooks and developments. Discover qualitative analyses (including SWOT), company profiles and commercial developments. Read the full transcript of four exclusive expert opinion interviews from an industry specialist informing your understanding and allowing you to assess prospects for investments and sales:
- Stacey Force, Vice President of Marketing, Honeywell HomMed
- Jason Gorevic, Chief Executive Officer, Teladoc
- David Rubin, Chief Executive Officer, Aerotel Medical Systems
- Amnon Gavish, Senior Vice President of Vertical Solutions, Vidyo; and Marty Hollander, Vidyo Evangelist, Vidyo

You will find prospects for key submarkets

In addition to analyses of the overall world market, you will see revenue forecasting of four world-level submarkets to 2024:
•    Telemedicine devices for cardiac diseases
•    Telemedicine devices for asthma & COPD
•    Telemedicine devices for mental-health related illnesses
•    Telemedicine devices used in the treatment for other illnesses

Our investigation shows business research and analysis with individual revenue forecasts and discussions. How will those telemedicine devices markets expand? Which applications will generate the most revenues? This study will allow you to thoroughly understand the industry, finding the most promising places for investments and sales.

To see an exec summary of this report please email Sara Peerun on sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com

What are the prospects in the leading regions and countries?

Events and progress worldwide will influence the market.

In our study you will find individual revenue forecasts to 2024 for 12 national markets:
•    US
•    Japan
•    Germany
•    France
•    UK
•    Italy
•    Spain
•    China
•    South Korea
•    Russia
•    India
•    Brazil
•    Row

Many opportunities exist within the telemedicine devices market. Greater uptake of existing technology and products worldwide will also stimulate the industry and market. With our new investigation you will gain business research and analysis with individual sales predictions and discussions. You will find analysis of competition, as well as commercial drivers and restraints. See what is likely to achieve the most success.

Leading companies and potential for market growth

Overall world revenue for the telemedicine devices market will reach $1048m in 2014, our study forecasts. We predict strong revenue growth from 2014 to 2024. Our research shows you what organisations hold greatest potential. See profiles of 10 leading companies, including these:
•    3M
•    Aerotel Medical Systems
•    AGFA Healthcare
•    AMD Global Telemedicine
•    CardioComm
•    Honeywell HomMed
•    Medtronic
•    Philips Healthcare
•    Siemens Healthcare
•    Telcare

In general, a company profile gives you the following information:
•    Overview of the company, including its history in the telemedicine devices market
•    Discussion of a company's activities and outlook including descriptions of leading products
•    Recent financial results
•    Assessment of recent developments - mergers and acquisitions (M&A),  new products, and collaborations, inc. alliances, partnerships and joint ventures

To see an exec summary of this report please email Sara Peerun on sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com

What issues will affect the telemedicine devices market?

Our new report discusses issues and events affecting the telemedicine devices market. You will find discussions, including qualitative analyses:
•    Rising popularity of home monitoring
•    Increasing investments from telecommunication companies
•    Increasing barriers to market entry
•    Infrastructure challenges in developing economies
•    Increasing patient desire to use their own devices to monitor health

You will see discussions of technological, commercial, and economic matters, with emphasis on the competitive landscape and business outlooks.

How the Telemedicine Devices Market Forecast 2014-2024: Telehealth, mHealth & Future Prospects for Leading Companies  report helps you

In summary, our 168 page report gives you the following knowledge:
•    Revenues forecasts to 2024 for the overall world telemedicine devices market and 4 submarkets - discover the industry's prospects, finding promising places for investments and revenues
•    Assessment of  10 leading companies, and others, discovering activities and outlooks
•    Market forecasting to 2024 for 12 leading national markets - USA, Japan, Germany, France, UK, Spain, Italy, South Korea, Brazil, Russia, India, China and RoW
•    View opinions from our survey, seeing interviews with authorities
•    Investigation of competition and opportunities influencing sales
•    Discussion of what stimulates and restrains the telemedicine devices market

You will find quantitative and qualitative analyses with independent predictions. You will receive information that only our report contains, staying informed with this invaluable business intelligence.

Information found nowhere else

With our survey you are less likely to fall behind in knowledge or miss opportunities. See how our report could benefit your research, analyses, and decisions. Also see how you can save time and get recognition for commercial insight.

Visiongain's study is for everybody needing commercial analyses for the telemedicine devices market. You will find data, trends and predictions. Please order our report now.

To request an exec summary of this report please email Sara Peerun at sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com or call Tel: +44(0)20-7336-6100

Or click on http://www.visiongain.com/Report/1218/Telemedicine-Devices-Market-Forecast-2014-2024

Companies Listed in this report:

3M
Accenture
Aerotel Medical Systems
AGFA Healthcare
Allied Telesis
Almeda GMBH
AMD Global Telemedicine
Apple
AT&T
Bayer AG
Bosch Healthcare
CardioComm
Confidant Inc
Fast Company
Fitbit
Google
Honeywell
IBM
Ideal Life
INOVELAN
Intelesens Ltd
Medtronic
Microsoft
Mitra Imaging Inc [AGFA]
Nike
Philips Healthcare
Phyode
Polycom
Samsung
Sendsor
Shandong NovaTech BioPharmaceutical Ltd
SHL Telemedicine Ltd
Siemens
Tadiran Spectralink Ltd
Teladoc
Telcare
Telecom Italia
TRxCARE
Vidyo
Vodafone

Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report

American Telemedicine Association
Cellular Telephone Institute of America
Center for Disease Control [US]
Columbia University
Department of Health [UK]
Food and Drug Administration [US]
Health Resources Services Administration [US]
International Diabetes Federation
International Medical Device Regulators Forum
International Telecommunication Union
Ministry of Health [Kazakhstan]
National Committee for Quality Assurance [US]
National Health Service [UK]
South Carolina Heart Center
The American Heart Association
The Centres for Medicare and Medicaid Services [US]
The Japanese Red Cross Kitami Hospital
US Medicare and Medicaid Services, Health Care Financing Administration
Veteran's Health Administration [US]
Wireless Life Sciences Alliance
World Health Organisation

To see an exec summary of this report please email Sara Peerun on sara.peerun@visiongainglobal.com

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