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The Mobile Healthcare (mHealth) Bible: 2014 - 2020

DUBLIN, April 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rz5sj6/the_mobile) has announced the addition of a new report "The Mobile Healthcare (mHealth) Bible: 2014 - 2020" to their offering.

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With more than 7 Billion mobile network subscriptions worldwide, the mobile communications sector is rapidly gaining traction from a diverse range of vertical sectors. Healthcare is no exception to this trend.

As healthcare providers seek to maximize their patient outreach while minimizing costs, many view mobile healthcare (or mHealth) as the solution to improve healthcare cost-efficiency. mHealth refers to the usage of mobile communications technology and devices to enhance access to healthcare information, improve distribution of routine and emergency health services and provide diagnostic services.


Key Topics Covered:

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: An Overview of mHealth

Chapter 3: mHealth Value Chain and Industry Roadmap

Chapter 4: mHealth Use Cases

Chapter 5: mHealth Deployment Case Studies

Chapter 6: mHealth Solution Provider Profiles

Chapter 7: Standardization, Regulation & Development Initiatives

Chapter 8: Market Analysis & Forecasts

Chapter 9: Conclusion & Strategic Recommendations


Companies Mentioned:

AMC Health

AMIA

ANT+

API Healthcare

AT&T

Aetna

Affinity Networks

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)

Agfa HealthCare

Agile Health

Agilent Technologies

Ain Pharmaciez Inc

AirStrip Technologies

AirWatch

Alcatel-Lucent

Alego Health

Alere

Alivecor

Allergan

Allied Telesis, Inc.

Allscripts

Amara Health Analytics

Ambir Technology Inc.

America Movil

American Specialty Health (ASH)

American Well

Amerigroup

Amgen

Angels Health (MediAngels)

Apollo Hospitals Group

Apple

Applied Biosystems

Apprio, Inc.

Arcadia Solutions

Aricent

Ascension Health

Ascom Wireless Solutions

Astellas

AstraZeneca

AtenaHealth, Inc.

Attachmate

Avago Technologies

Availity

Aventura

Aventyn

Aviva

Avnet, Inc.

Awarepoint

Axeda

Axial Exchange

Axis Technology, LLC

BMJ

BUPA

Baxter

Bayer

Beacon Partners, Inc.

Belimed

Benefitfocus

BettrLife

Beyond Lucid Technologies

Bharti Airtel

Biogen Idec

Blue Shield of CA

BodyMedia

Boehringer Ingelheim

Bosch Healthcare

BrainLAB AG

Breakthrough Technologies LLC

Brightstar Corp

Bristol-Myers Squibb

Broadcom

Brocade Communications

CACI International Inc

CDW Healthcare

CGI Technologies & Solutions, Inc.

CIRRUS LOGIC

COOLEY LLP

CORE Group

CRG Medical

CSC

CSL

CTG Health Solutions

Calgary Scientific

California HealthCare Foundation

Calit2

CallDR

Cambridge Consultants Ltd.

Cambridge Temperature Concepts Limited (CTC)

Capsa Solutions

Capsule Tech, Inc

Caradigm

Cardiocom

Cardionet

Care Team Connect

Care Vision

CareFusion

Carestream

Case Western Reserve University

Catalyze. io

Celgene

Cell Podium

CellTrak

Center for Connected Health (CCH)

Centers for Disease and Prevention (CDC)

Cerner Corporation

Chetu

China Mobile

China Unicom

Ciena Corporation

Cigna

Cisco Systems

Citigroup, Inc.

Citrix Systems, Inc.

Clearbridge Biomedics

CliniComp, Intl.

Clinical Works

CollabRx

ComQi

Comcast Business Services

Comlink-Medisphere

CommVault Americas

Comunicano

Constitutional Medical Investors

Continua Health Alliance

Corepoint Health

Cornell NYC Tech

Coventry Corp.

Covisint Corporation

DPS Health

DSS, Inc.

Daiichi Sankyo

Dainippon Sumitomo

DataDyne

DataMotion

Datuit

Dell

Deloitte

Department of Health and Human Services

Dexcom

Diagnotes

Dialog Semiconductor GmbH

Diebold, Incorporated

Digitalmill

Dimagi

Dimensional Insight, Inc.

Diversinet Corporation

DiversityRx

DockbookMD

DoctorBase. com

EHTEL

EMC Corporation

EPOS Development

ESD

ETIAM CORP.

EY

Ebix

EcoLabs

Egnyte

Eisai

Elekta

Eli Lilly and Company

Elsevier

Emdeon

Encore Health Resources

Endo

Enovate Medical

Entra Health Systems

Epic Systems Corporation

Epion Health

Epocrates Inc.

Epson America, Inc.

Ericsson

Ernst & Young

Esri

Etisalat

European Connected Health Campus (ECHCampus)

European mHealth Alliance (EuMHA)

Everything Everywhere (EE)

Execusys, Inc.

Extension Inc.

FUJIFILM Medical Systems

Faberge

FiberUtilities Group

Fifth Third Bank

FireHost, Inc.

FitLinxx

FitnessKeeper

Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

FoodCare

Ford

Forest

FormFast, Inc.

Fresenius

Frog Design

Fujitsu

Futura Mobility

Futures Group

Futuretech

GCX Corporation

GE Healthcare

GSM Association (GSMA)

Galderma

Garmin

Gemalto

General Devices

GenoMed

GeoMed

Gilead Sciences

Ginger.io

GlaxSmithKline (GSK)

Google

Great Call

GreenDot Diabetes

Greenway Medical Technologies

Grifols

HCPro, Inc.

HCSC

HIMSS Analytics

HTC

Halfpenny Technologies, Inc.

Happtique

Harris Corporation

Health Care DataWorks

Health Catalyst

HealthCAWS

HealthInterlink

HealthSpot

HealthTechHatch

Healthagen

Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS)

Healthport, Inc

Healthtech Holdings, Inc.

Heritage Provider Network

Hewlett-Packard (HP)

Highmark

Hill-Rom

Hologic

Hospira

Huawei

Hubble Telemedical

Humana

Hutchison 3

Hyland Software, Inc.

IBM

ICA

IMO-Intelligent Medical Objects Inc.

IMRIS

Iatric Systems, Inc.

Ideal Life Inc.

Ihealth Lab

Imec

Imprivata, Inc.

Independence Blue Cross

Infineon Technologies AG

Infor

Information Builders

Ingenious Med

InnerWireless/Black Box Network Services

Inovalon

Insight Genetics

Integron Corporation

Intel Corporation

InteliChart

Intelomed

InterDigital

InterSystems Corporation

Intermountain Healthcare

International Telecommunications Union (ITU)

Intuit

Inveneo

Jembi Health Systems

Jeron Electronic Systems

Johns Hopkins University

Johnson & Johnson

Juniper Networks

KDDI

KLAS

KORE Telematics Inc.

KPN

KT

Kaiser Foundation

Kaiser Permanente

Konica Minolta

Kronos, Inc.

Kyowa Hakko Kirin

LG

LG U+

Layered Tech

Leica Microsystems

Lenovo

LexisNexis

Liaison Healthcare

Lifeline South Africa

Lifewatch

LipoScience

Lockheed Martin

London's Air Ambulance

Lumeris

Lundbeck

M*Modal

MAQUET

MAXIM INTEGRATED PRODUCTS

MD Revolution

MEDITECH

MEDSEEK

MEI Research

MIM Software

MStar Semiconductor

MTN

MTS

MacPractice, Inc

Managed Health Network (MHN)

Marvell Semiconductor

Masimo

Mavro

McAfee

McCANN Health

McKesson

McKinsey & Company

MedAssets

MedSignals

MedTech

MedTrustOnline

MedWeb

Medecision, Inc.

MediQuant, Inc.

MediSafe Project

MediaTek

Medic Mobile

Medrad

Medtronic

MegaFon

Menarini

Merck

Merge Healthcare

Meru Networks

Metro

Metropolitan Life

Mevion Medical Systems

Microsoft

Midmark

MindMyMeds

Mitsubishi Tanabe

MobileActive. org

Mobilink

Mobilitas

Mobinil

Mobisante

Modernizing Medicine

Motion Computing, Inc.

Motorola

Motorola Solutions

Multiple Choice Labs

Mylan

NASA Ames Research Center

NEHI

NHS

NTT DATA

NTT DoCoMo

National Broadband Network (NBN) Australia

National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN)

National Health Insurance Company (NHIC) of Qatar

National Institute of Health (NIH)

Net Medical

NetApp

Netcare

NeuroTechnologies

NextGen Healthcare

Nike

Nokia (Microsoft)

Nokia Solutions & Networks (NSN)

Norad

Northrop Grumman Corp.

Novartis

Novatel Wireless

Novo Nordisk

Nuance Communications

Nuance Healthcare

Numera

OMRON HEALTHCARE Co., Ltd

ORCAS

OSF HealthCare

Ohmage

Omnicell

Omron Corp

OnLine Tech

OnePartner HIE (Health Information Exchange)

Ooredoo

Open Health Tools

Open mHealth

OpenLMIS

OpenText

Optum

Oracle

Orange (France Telecom)

Orange Healthcare

Orchard Software

Orchestrate Healthcare

Orion Health

Otsuka

PACSGEAR, INC

PC Connection

PDC Healthcare

PDR Network, LLC

PEPID, LLC

PLTD

Pacific Biosciences

PageOne

Palomar Health

Parallon Business Solutions

PatientSafe Solutions

PepsiCo

Perceptive Software, LLC

PeriGen

Pfizer

Pharmica Consulting LLC.

Philips Healthcare

Phytel

PinnacleHealth

PointCare

Polar

Polycom

Pop tech Innovation network

Praekelt Foundation

Presidio Networked Solutions

Prevea Health

Preventice

PricewaterhouseCoopers

PruHealth

Purdue

QuadraMed

Qualcomm

Qualcomm Life

Quammen Health Care Consultants

RDA MICROELECTRONICS

RF Micro Devices

RICOH USA

RIM

RL Solutions

ROBAUTO

Rady Children's Hospital

Ranbaxy

Recommind, Inc.

RelayHealth

Remedy Health Media

RemitDATA, Inc.

Remote Medical International

Renesas Electronics Corporation

ResMed

Resolute

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF)

Roche

Roche Diagnostics

Rockefeller Foundation

Roke Manor Research

Rubbermaid Healthcare

SAP

SAS Institute, Inc.

SCC Soft Computer

SIMcom Wireless Solutions

SK Telecom

SMART Communications

SSI Group, Inc., The

ST-Ericsson AB

Safaricom

SageHagab GmBH

Sakura Finetek

Samsung

San Diego Beacon Community (SDBC)

Sanlam

Sanofi

Santa Rosa Consulting, Inc.

Santech

Satisloh

SecureCare Technologies

Sedona Learning Solutions

Sentry Data Systems, Inc.

Servier

Sharecare

Shionogi

Shire

Siemens Healthcare

Sierra Wireless

Sisoft Healthcare Information Systems

Skyworks Solutions

Smart Online

Smiths Medical

SnapMD

SoftBank

SoftServe Ltd.

Sonamba

Sony

Sony Mobile

SpaceLabs Healthcare (OSI Systems)

Spreadtrum Communications

Sprint

Sproxil

Stada

Stanley Healthcare

StartX

Startel Corporation

Stoltenberg Consulting, Inc.

Stratos Genomics

Streamline Health, Inc

Sunquest Information Systems, Inc.

Surescripts

Surgical Information Systems, LLC

Suunto

SwiftMD

Swissray

Symantec Corporation

Sysmex

T-Mobile (Deutsche Telekom)

TCS

TEKsystems

TORQ

TRIQUINT SEMICONDUCTOR

Tactio Health Group

Takeda

Tata Teleservices

TelCel

Teladoc

Telecare Inc.

Telefonica

Telenor

TeliaSonera

Telit Communications

Telkom Kenya

Tely Labs

Terarecon

Teva

Teva Pharmaceuticals

Texas Instruments

TicSalut

TicTrac

Time Warner Cable Business Class

Toshiba Medical

Toumaz Technology

Tracfone wireless

Traycer Diagnostic Systems

TripleTree

TruClinic

Trustmark

Truven Health Analytics

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

UCB

UN Foundation

UnitedHealth Group

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

University of Phoenix /Apollo Group

VMware, Inc.

VNG International

VYZIN Electronics

Valeant

Valley Presbyterian Hospital

Varian Medical Systems

Vensa Healths

Verizon Communication Inc.

Verizon Wireless

Vidyo

Vignet Corporation

VillageReach

VimpleCom

Vital (Toshiba)

Vital Art and Science

Vitera Healthcare Solutions

Vocera Communications, Inc.

Vodacom

Vodafone

Vodafone Americas Foundation

Vodafone Healthcare

VoiceFirst

Voxiva

Walgreens

Warner Chilcott

Waters Corporation

Wavefront

WelTel

Welch Allyn

WellDoc Inc.

WellTok

Wellness Layers

Wellpoint

Wind River

Wireless-Life Services Alliance (WLSA)

Withings

Wolters Kluwer Health

Wombat Security Technologies

World Health Organization (WHO)

Xerox

Yo-Fi Wellness

ZMQ Software Systems

ZTE

Zadom Apps

Zain

Zebra Technologies Corporation

Zephyr Technology Corporation

ZhenXin

Ziehm Imaging

Zynx Health, Inc.

dacadoo

dbMotion

e-Cycle LLC

ecGroup

iPatientCare

iSirona

iTEACH

mCure

mHealth Alliance

mHealth Regulatory Coalition (MRC)

mHealth Working Group

mPay Connect

mPedigree

mQure Health Private Ltd.

maxIT-VCS, an SAIC company

mobileStorm

tag-a-bag

u-blox

vRad


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