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NEW YORK, Aug. 2, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Global healthcare EDI market is broadly segmented by components, type of transactions, end-users, and mode of delivery in this report. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) has helped evolve the healthcare market for claims management and supply chain management to depend from paper based to electronic based mode of transactions. The benefits associated with the use of EDI such as cost reductions and reduced time of transactions has helped improve the acceptance of this technology in the healthcare market. The market based on components are further divided into EDI software and EDI services, whereas, the type of transactions are divided into claims status, eligibility verification, payment remittance, referral certification authorization, enrolment/disenrollment transactions, and premium payments. On the basis of end-users the market is sub-segmented into healthcare payers, healthcare providers, and medical equipment/accessories suppliers. Based on mode of deliveries, the market is divided into web-based EDI, point-to-point EDI, mobile EDI, EDI VAN, and EDI via AS2. Over the past few years, the healthcare EDI market has shown a substantial growth. The market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 13.7% from 2013 to 2018 to reach $1,681.1 million by 2018. EDI has been increasingly embraced by the healthcare industry, and is experiencing a growth due to various advantages associated with its use like reduction of the administration costs, reduced errors and time for transfer of claims, and initiatives by various governments. The passing of the Obamacare Act in 2010, in the United States has mandated the use of enrolment/disenrollment transactions between the payers and providers in the U.S., with the North American market contributing the maximum share of the global healthcare EDI market. The European market also occupies a significant share of the global healthcare EDI market, with the Asian regions showing the maximum growth due to various factors like large population, growing burden of diseases, and government initiatives for the support of healthcare IT in these regions. Complete report is available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/283711-healthcare-edi-market-by-component-edi-software-edi-services-transactions-claim-status-eligibility-verification-mode-of-delivery-web-based-edi-mobile-edi-edi-van-by-end-users-healthcare-payers-providers-global-forecast-to-2018.html .
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Companies like global healthcare EDI market include Emdeon Inc. (U.S.), Allscripts (U.S.), Mckesson (U.S.), Optum Health (U.S.), GE Healthcare (U.K.), Siemens Healthcare (Germany), SSI Group (U.S.), ZirMed (U.S.), Passport Health communications (U.S.), and Capario (U.S.) are profiled in this research available for purchase at http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=283711 .
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Figure 1 Research Methodology
Figure 2 Market Size Estimation Methodology
Figure 3 Data Triangulation Methodology
Figure 4 Global Healthcare EDI Market, By Type of Transaction, 2013 Vs. 2018 ($Million)
Figure 5 Global Market, By Mode of Delivery, 2013 Vs. 2018 ($Million)
Figure 6 Global Market Revenue Trend, 2011–2018 ($Million)
Figure 7 Market Segmentation
Figure 8 Evolution
Figure 8 Healthcare EDI Market, By Product
Figure 10 Market, By End Users
Figure 11 Key Growth Strategies, 2011-2014
Figure 12 Allscripts: Revenue Segmentation, 2013
Figure 13 Allscripts: total Revenue, 2011–2013
Figure 14 Allscripts: Total Revenue, By Segments, 2013
Figure 15 Emdeon: Revenue Segmentation, 2012
Figure 16 Emdeon: Total Revenue, 2010-2012 ($Million)
Figure 17 Emdeon: Total Revenue, By Segments, 2012
Figure 18 Payer Services: Total Revenue, By Sub-Segments, 2012
Figure 18 Payment Services: Total Revenue, By Sub-Segments, 2012
Figure 20 GE: Revenue Segmentation, 2013
Figure 21 GE: Total Revenue, 2011–2013 ($Million)
Figure 22 GE: Total Revenue, By Segments, 2013
Figure 23 GE: Total Revenue, By Geography, 2013
Figure 24 Mckesson: Revenue Segmentation, 2013
Figure 25 Mckesson: Total Revenue, 2011-2013 ($Million)
Figure 26 Mckesson: Total Revenue, By Segments, 2013
Figure 27 Mckesson: Total Revenue, By Geography
Figure 28 Optum: Total Revenue, 2011-2013 ($Million)
Figure 28 Optum: Total Revenue, By Segments, 2013
Figure 30 Siemens AG: Total Revenue, 2011–2013, ($Million)
Figure 31 Siemens AG: Total Revenue, By Segments, 2013
Figure 32 Siemens AG: Total Revenue, By Geography, 2013
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