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IoT Platforms for Telemedicine: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2017 to 2023


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IoT Platforms for Telemedicine: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2017 to 2023

SKU WGOCT251701
Category Telemedicine
Publisher Wintergreen Research
Pages 234
Published Oct-17
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IoT Platforms for Telemedicine market forecast indicates that markets at $1.2 billion in 2016 are expected to reach $9.3 billion dollars worldwide by 2023
A new study IoT for Telemedicine: Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2017 to 2023. The 2017 study has 234 pages, 115 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth as the digital economy takes hold with IOT Internet of things and all manner of automated medical monitoring processes increase the value of medical care while decreasing the costs.

IoT platforms for healthcare implement use of the digital economy. IoT for Telemedicine depends on infrastructure scalability excellence, which is achieved with a two layer architecture utilizing adapters and processors to manage sensor connectivity.

Healthcare stakeholders include payers, manufacturers, providers and physicians. Telemedicine IoT platforms provide the technology that implement a framework for transition from disjointed care to coordinated care. Platforms permit clinicians to be reactive to change in patient condition, permitting proactive care delivery.

According to lead author of the study, “Remote healthcare grew 44% in 2016. The Intel® Health Application Platform helps enable innovation for greater adoption and effectiveness of secure remote patient care solutions. By offering a platform that supports gathering medical data at the edge of the network, devices are enabled that gather and distribute personal medical data securely to any cloud.”

IoT telemedicine platforms growth is brought by the combination the ability to lower the cost of medical care delivery while improving the quality of care dramatically. The IoT telemedicine platforms value goes beyond traditional medical monitoring bringing to the fore, the value of exercise. The value of exercise has been proven and telemedicine is anticipated to be used by exercise clubs to induce members to do more exercise that is beneficial to long term health. The value of supplemental oxygen in improving endurance and building muscles will likely become a part of telemedicine platform initiatives.

IoT Platforms for Telemedicine market forecast indicates that markets at $1.2 billion in 2016 are expected to reach $9.3 billion dollars worldwide by 2023. These represent a very specialized type of analytics systems able to address a wide range of issues that can be newly managed with digitization. Steady growth is anticipated because the IoT platform units are offering breakthrough digital information integration capabilities that further automates a delivery of care to a patient located remotely. Steady growth is anticipated because the IoT platforms are the best device for implementing efficient operations at low cost.

Key Topics
Telehealth
Telemedicine
Telemonitoring
CMS Telemonitoring
Heart disease treatment efficacy
Care Management
Medicare Monitoring
Remote patient monitoring
Heart failure
Health economics
Heart Failure
Heart Diseases
Cardiovascular Diseases
Telemedicine
Hypertension monitoring
Chronic heart disease telemonitoring
Health care delivery efficacy
Chronic Diseases Monitoring
Health Services and Systems
Telehealth
Mobile health
Remote health monitoring
Clinical communication
Medical communication
Tele-medicine
Tele-health
Tele-monitoring
Chronic heart failure
Chronic heart disease
Diabetes Monitoring
Tele Medicine
Remote Patient Monitoring
Health Economics
Heart Failure
Heart Diseases
Cardiovascular Diseases
Quality of Care
American Medical Group Association
Department of Veterans Affairs telemonitoring
Chronic disease management
Medicare telemonitoring
Treatment Monitoring


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Table of Content

Table of Contents
Abstract: Interconnect Products Drive Artificial Intelligence Adoption Telemedicine and Internet of Things (IoT) Healthcare Platforms: 1
IoT for Telemedicine: Market Shares, Market Strategies, and Market Forecasts, 2017 to 2023 1
IoT for Telemedicine Executive Summary 16
IoT for Telemedicine Market Driving Forces 16
IoT Technology Market Driving Forces 19
IoT Telemedicine Technology Market Challenges 20
IoT Platforms for Telemedicine Market Shares: 22
IoT for Telemedicine Market Forecasts: 24
1. IoT Telemedicine Platforms Market Description and Market Dynamics: 27
1.1 Telemedicine Is Moving To Deliver Services 27
1.1.1 Doctors Without Borders 28
1.1.2 Recovery After Stroke: New Device to Keep Patients Motivated 29
1.2 Virtual Doctors 30
1.2.1 Medicare Telemedicine 31
1.2.2 State-by-State Regulatory System 31
1.3 Reshaping Coordinated Care Delivery to Achieve Proactive Wellness Programs 33
1.4 IoT Scale 39
1.4.1 Intel SDO Service Enhanced Privacy ID (EPID) Key 40
1.4.2 IoT ecosystem 41
1.4.3 Smart Cities Internet of Things (IoT) 41
2 IoT for Telemedicine Market Shares and Market Forecasts 43
2.1 IoT for Telemedicine Market Driving Forces 43
2.1.1 IoT Technology Market Driving Forces 46
2.1.2 IoT Telemedicine Technology Market Challenges 47
2.2 IoT Platforms for Telemedicine Market Shares: 49
2.3 IoT for Telemedicine Market Forecasts: 52
2.3.1 IoT Telemedicine Platforms, Device Connectivity, Components, Storage, Hospital Connectivity, Market Segment Forecasts 55
2.4 IoT for Telemedicine Data Growth 62
2.4.1 Google, Amazon, Facebook 63
2.5 IoT chipsets 64
2.6 IoT Healthcare Startup Company Funding 65
2.6.1 Value of Exercise: Exercise Gives Diabetics Better Control Of Their Disease 67
2.6.2 Rise Of Telemedicine, Predictive Analytics And Earlier Diagnoses Of Illnesses Impact On Hospitals 68
2.6.3 ER Moves to AI, Hospital AI Artificial Intelligence Systems 68
2.6.4 Point Of Care Moving To The Home 69
2.7 IoT Markets 71
2.7.1 Internet of Things Market Segments: Security and Energy Management, Healthcare, Transportation and Self Driving Cars, Agriculture and Weather, Financial, Industrial and Manufacturing 76
2.8 IoT for Telemedicine Component Prices: 78
2.9 IoT for Telemedicine Regional Segments: 79
2.9.1 China 80
2.9.2 India 81
3 IoT for Telemedicine Platform Products: 82
3.1 Intel 82
3.1.1 Intel® Health Application Platform for Flex® IoT Compute Engine 84
3.2 IBM Watson IoT Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Cognitive Systems: 91
3.3 GlobalMed 92
3.4 AMD Global 94
3.5 Vidyo 94
3.6 Samsung Partner Apps Feature of S Health 95
3.6.1 Samsung Human-Centered IoT 96
3.6.2 Samsung C-Lab Innovation: Helping Golfers Perfect Their Swings 97
3.6.3 Samsung C-Lab Innovations 100
4 IoT for Telemedicine Research and Technology: 105
4.1 IoT Sensor Types 105
4.1.1 IoT Monitoring Task 106
4.2 Siemens 108
4.2.1 IoT Technical Standards Embraced by Siemens 110
4.2.2 Siemens IoT for Railroads 110
5 IoT for Telemedicine: Companies 112
5.1 Alibaba Group in Shanghai 112
5.2 Amazon 112
5.3 AMC Health 113
5.4 AMD Global 114
5.4.1 AMD Global Telemedicine Inc. (AMD) and Olea Kiosks 115
5.4.1 AMD Telehealth Commitment to the Customer 117
5.4.2 AMD Management Advancement Of The Telemedicine, Telehealth, And EHealth Industry 118
5.4.3 AMD Global Telemedicine Service 119
5.5 American Telehealth Association 119
5.6 American Well Systems 120
5.7 Apple 121
5.7.1 Apple Internet of Things HomeKit Platform 122
5.7.2 Apple IoT 124
5.7.3 Apple IoT 125
5.8 AT&T 126
5.9 Cisco 129
5.9.1 Cisco IoT System Digital Transformation 129
5.9.2 Cisco Bringing Integration, Analytics, And Security to IoT 131
5.9.3 Cisco Fog Computing Software and Hardware 133
5.9.4 Cisco IOx 134
5.9.5 Cisco IoT Fog Applications 135
5.9.6 Cisco Cloud to Fog 136
5.9.7 Cisco Fog Delivers Business Outcomes 137
5.9.8 Cisco Connected Analytics Solutions: 138
5.10 Doctor on Demand 139
5.11 GlobalMed 142
5.12 Google Chromecast 142
5.13 Hewlett HP IoT 143
5.13.1 Hewlett Packard Idea Economy 144
5.13.2 HPE Universal IoT Platform 144
5.13.3 HPE Universal IoT Platform Communication And Media Solutions 145
5.14 IBM 145
5.14.1 IBM Watson IoT Cognitive IoT Developer Best Practice: 145
5.14.2 IBM IoT, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Unified Messaging 146
5.14.3 IBM Collaborating with Unified Inbox, Intelligent IoT Messaging Company 147
5.14.4 IBM Partner IoT with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Unified Messaging Devices 148
5.14.5 IBM Global Investment of $3 billion to Bring Watson Cognitive Computing to IoT 150
5.14.6 IBM Watson IoT 152
5.14.7 Partnership Between Visa and IBM Watson for IoT Automated Payments 153
5.14.8 IBM Watson IoT Security Solutions and Services 156
5.14.9 IBM Watson IoT Natural Language Interface: 156
5.14.10 IBM Watson IoT Cognitive IoT Developer Best Practice: 156
5.14.11 IBM IoT, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Unified Messaging 157
5.14.12 IBM Collaborating with Unified Inbox, Intelligent IoT Messaging Company 158
5.14.13 IBM Watson Health 159
5.14.14 IBM Active in BWH, MGH Partnership To Advance Artificial Intelligence In Health Care 159
5.14.15 IBM Watson Artificial Intelligence for Oncology 160
5.14.16 IBM Watson Genomics by Quest Diagnostics 162
5.14.17 IBM Watson Healthcare Revenue 162
5.14.18 IBM Watson Solutions Software Healthcare Revenue 163
5.14.19 IBM Cloud Revenue 164
5.14.20 IBM Cloud Customers 165
5.14.21 IBM Blockchain Networks Codify Trust At The Level Of The Individual Transaction 165
5.15 iHealth Labs 168
5.16 Intel IoT Telemedicine Platforms 170
5.16.1 Intel Module 171
5.16.2 Intel® IoT Gateway Technology 175
5.16.3 Intel® RealSense™ Camera (R200) 175
5.17 Microsoft IoT 177
5.17.1 Microsoft IoT Remote Monitoring 180
5.17 2 Microsoft Internet of Things (IoT) 181
5.17.3 Microsoft Azure IoT Suite 182
5.17.4 Microsoft Azure IoT Hub Fully-Managed Service 184
5.17.5 Microsoft, Corzotech Starter Kits 185
5.18 Olea Kiosks 185
5.19 oneM2M Specifications for IoT Expansion 186
5.20 Philips 187
5.20.1 Philips Manufacturing Capacity 190
5.20.2 Royal Philips Healthcare Global Presence 191
5.20.3 Philips Enables Consumer Lifestyle 193
5.20.4 Philips Addresses Healthcare Landscape 194
5.20.5 Philips Accelerate! Positioning 198
5.21 PTC 200
5.21.1 PTC ThingWorx 202
5.21.2 PTC Healthcare IoT: Reducing Patient Heart Disease Hospital Readmission 206
5.22 Samsung 208
5.22.1 Samsung Artik Cloud 209
5.22.2 Samsung Artik Modules Tightly-Integrated 209
5.22.3 Samsung Smart Home Cloud API 210
5.22.4 Samsung Smart Home Cloud API Specification 210
5.23 SAP 211
5.23.1 SAP IoT and Machine-To-Machine (M2M) Technology 211
5.23.2 SAP Industrial Internet of Things 211
5.24 Sensogram Technologies 212
5.25 Softbank 213
5.25.1 SoftBank ARM Acquisition Brings Internet of Things 213
5.25.2 SoftBank to Roll Out ‘LoRaWAN™’ Low Power Wide Area Network 215
5.25.3 SoftBank IoT Environment Industry Sectors 215
5.23.4 SoftBank Builds a LoRaWAN™ Ecosystem. 216
5.25.6 Softbank / LoRaWAN™ 218
5.25.7 SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son Sees 1 Trillion Devices for Internet of Things 221
5.26 Symantec / Norton Core Router 222
5.27 Teladoc 223
5.27.6 TelaDoc Market Challenges 224
5.28 Vivify Health 226

List of Figures

List of Figures
Abstract: Interconnect Products Drive Artificial Intelligence Adoption Telemedicine and Internet of Things (IoT) Healthcare Platforms: 1
Figure 1. Internet of Things (IoT) Market Driving Forces 18
Figure 2. Key Areas Of The IoT Market 19
Figure 3. IoT Technology Market Driving Forces 20
Figure 4. IoT Technology Market Challenges 21
Figure 5. IoT Telemedicine Platform Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016 23
Figure 6. Remote Medical Care, Telemedicine has 44% Growth in 2016 24
Figure 7. IoT Telemedicine Platforms Market Shipments Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2023 25
Figure 8. Remote Care Reduces Readmissions 27
Figure 9. Coordinated Care Delivery Devices Used to Achieve Proactive Wellness Programs 34
Figure 10. Coordinated Care Delivery Locations 35
Figure 11. Proactive Wellness Program Functions 35
Figure 12. Telemedicine IoT Platform Disruptive Innovations 37
Figure 13. Telemedicine IoT Platform Applications 38
Figure 14. Intel Platform of Telemedicine Provides IoT Onboarding in Seconds 39
Figure 15. Redtone Smart City Solutions 41
Figure 16. Internet of Things (IoT) Market Driving Forces 45
Figure 17. Key Areas Of The IoT Market 46
Figure 18. IoT Technology Market Driving Forces 47
Figure 19. IoT Technology Market Challenges 48
Figure 20. IoT Telemedicine Platform Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016 50
Figure 21. IoT Telemedicine Platforms, Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016 51
Figure 22. Remote Medical Care, Telemedicine has 44% Growth in 2016 52
Figure 23. IoT Telemedicine Platforms Market Shipments Forecasts Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2023 53
Figure 24. IoT Telemedicine Platforms, Market Forecasts, Dollars, Worldwide, 2017-2023 54
Figure 25. IoT Telemedicine Platforms, Device Connectivity, Components, Storage, Hospital Connectivity, Market Segment Forecasts Dollars and Units, Worldwide, 2017-2023 55
Figure 26. IoT Telemedicine Platforms, Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016 56
Figure 27. IoT Telemedicine Platforms, Market Shares, Percent Dollars, Worldwide, 2016 57
Figure 28. IoT Telemedicine Platforms, Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016 58
Figure 29. IoT Telemedicine Platforms, Market Shares, Dollars per End Point Unit, Worldwide, 2016 59
Figure 30. IoT Telemedicine Platform End Point Units, Market Shares, Worldwide, 2016 60
Figure 31. Intel Platform Supports Telemedicine Device 61
Figure 32. Business Collaboration Continues to Drive Data Growth 62
Figure 33. IoT Healthcare Startup Company Funding 65
Figure 34. Hospital Artificial Intelligence Systems, Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2016 69
Figure 35. Internet of Things (IoT) Market Shares, Dollars, 2016 73
Figure 36. Internet of Things Market Shares Dollars, Worldwide, 2016 74
Figure 37. Internet of Things Market Segments, Security and Energy Management, Healthcare, Transportation and Self Driving Cars, Agriculture and Weather, Financial, Industrial and Manufacturing, Dollars, Forecast, Worldwide, 2017-2023 76
Figure 38. Internet of Things Market Segments, Security and Energy Management, Healthcare, Transportation and Self Driving Cars, Agriculture and Weather, Financial, Industrial and Manufacturing, Percent, Forecast, Worldwide, 2017-2023 77
Figure 39. IoT Telemedicine Platform Regional Market Segments, 2016 79
Figure 40. IoT Telemedicine Platform Regional Market Segments, 2016 80
Figure 41. Intel® Health Application Platform HAP Benefits 83
Figure 42. Intel® Health Application Platform Implemented on Flex® IoT Compute Engine 85
Figure 43. Intel® Health Application Platform Software With The Optimized Hardware Design Specification 86
Figure 44. How Intel and Flex are Working Together 87
Figure 45. Intel® Health Application Platform Gateways, Smart Phones, and Edge Solutions 88
Figure 46. Intel® Health Application Platform Software 89
Figure 47. Intel® Health Application Enterprise-Grade Platform on Flex 90
Figure 48. GlobalMed Evidence-Based Solutions 93
Figure 49. Samsung Digital Health Service 96
Figure 50. Samsung IOFIT Smart Shoes 99
Figure 51. Samsung IOFIT Application 100
Figure 52. Samsung SHNL 101
Figure 53. Smart Wearable Healthcare Belt WELT 102
Figure 54. Samsung Home Security 103
Figure 55. Samsung Home Security Featured Products 103
Figure 56. IoT Sensor Types 105
Figure 57. Intel® Health Application Platform Functions 107
Figure 58. Siemens Perspective of Billions of Things, Trillions of Dollars 108
Figure 59. AMC Health End to End Modular Telemedicine Solutions 113
Figure 60. AMC Improved Care of Patients with Chronic Illness 114
Figure 61. AMD Global Telemedicine Inc. (AMD) and Olea Kiosk Functions 116
Figure 62. AMD Advancement Of The Telemedicine, Telehealth, And EHealth Industry 118
Figure 63. Apple IoT Control Accessories in the Home: Security Systems, Appliances, Cameras And Door Locks. 121
Figure 64. Apple Aggregation of Devices to Be Controlled Using Scene System 122
Figure 65. AT&T IoT Control Center IoT Information Interconnection Management Features 127
Figure 66. ATT IoT Controller Center 128
Figure 67. Cisco IoT System Modules 130
Figure 68. Cisco IoT System Industry Sectors 131
Figure 69. Cisco IoT System Functions 132
Figure 70. Cisco IOx Features 135
Figure 71. Cisco IoT Analytics Infrastructure Functions: 136
Figure 72. Doctor on Demand Types Of Doctors 139
Figure 73. Doctor on Demand Conditions Treated 140
Figure 74. Doctor on Demand Chronic Conditions Treated 141
Figure 75. IBM IoT Topics 146
Figure 76. IBM Partner IoT with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Unified Messaging Devices 148
Figure 77. 148
Figure 78. IBM Global Headquarters for Watson IoT in Germany 149
Figure 79. IBM Watson IoT Sensor Locations 150
Figure 80. IBM IoT Technological Transformation 151
Figure 81. Connected Payments Product Categories 155
Figure 82. IBM IoT Topics 157
Figure 83. Selected IBM Blockchain Clients 166
Figure 84. IBM Blockchain Offerings 167
Figure 85. iHealth Labs Products 168
Figure 86. Intel® Joule™ Module 172
Figure 87. Intel IoT Watchdog Timer Can Help With Recovery 173
Figure 88. Intel IoT External Watchdog Timer 174
Figure 89. Intel® IoT Gateway Technology—Turn Data into Action: Video 175
Figure 90. Intel® RealSense™ Camera (R200) 176
Figure 91. Microsoft Azure IoT Suite 178
Figure 92. Microsoft Azure IOT Suite Functions 178
Figure 93. Microsoft IoT Predictive Maintenance Functions 179
Figure 94. Microsoft Protecting IoT Solutions Issues 181
Figure 95. Microsoft Azure Primary Security Areas 184
Figure 96. Azure IoT Suite 184
Figure 97. Philips Global Presence 191
Figure 98. Philips Global Trends And Challenges 193
Figure 99. Philips Positions To Simplify Global Healthcare Delivery For The Long Term 195
Figure 100. Philips Healthcare Delivery Product Positioning 196
Figure 101. Philips Delivering Margin Improvement and Decreasing Manufacturing Overhead 197
Figure 102. Selected PTC Customers 201
Figure 103. Selected PTC Partners 202
Figure 104. PTC Revenue by Vertical Market 204
Figure 105. PTC Life Sciences Revenue 205
Figure 106. Samsung SmartThings 208
Figure 107. Sensogram Technologies 212
Figure 108. SoftBank IoT Environment Industry Sectors 216
Figure 109. Softbank LPWA Network Usage Examples 217
Figure 110. Softbank LoRa Alliance Solutions Definitions 219
Figure 111. SoftBank Partners for the LoRaWAN™ Network Deployment: 220
Figure 112. Norton Core Router 222
Figure 113. TelaDoc Market Challenges 224
Figure 114. Vivify Health Remote Monitoring 226
Figure 115. Selected Vivify Health Customers 228

Companies Profiled

Companies Profiled
Market Leaders
Intel
IBM
Philips
Alibaba
Softbank
Apple
Google
Samsung
Market Participants
Alphabet / Google
Alibaba Group in Shanghai
Amazon
AMC Health
AMD Global
American Telehealth Association
American Well Systems
Apple
AT&T
Cisco
Doctor on Demand
GlobalMed
Google Chromecast
Hewlett HP IoT
IBM
iHealth Labs
Intel IoT Telemedicine Platforms
Microsoft IoT
Olea Kiosks
oneM2M Specifications for IoT Expansion
Philips
PTC
SAP
Sensogram Technologies
Softbank
Symantec / Norton Core Router
Teladoc
Vivify Health

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