Market for mHealth app services to reach $26 Billion by 2017 as the mHealth industry enters the commercialization phase according to recent report.
With more consumers, payers, and healthcare providers embracing mobile health as a means of improving quality of care the mHealth industry is finally showing signs of successfully monetizing their mHealth app services.
The market for mHealth services has now entered the commercialization phase and will reach $ 26 billion globally by 2017 according to new “Global Mobile Health Market Report 2013-2017” by research2guidance.
“Our findings indicate that the long-expected mobile revolution in healthcare is set to happen. Both healthcare providers and consumers are embracing smartphones as a means to improving healthcare,” said Ralf-Gordon Jahns, Head of Research at research2guidance.
The report gives a detailed description of the current market status (2010-2012) including analysis of market trends, explaining mHealth app categories & best practice apps and provides market forecasts until 2017.
The report also provides first hand insight on more than 1.000 mHealth app publishers on the business potentials of mHealth app categories, chronic diseases best suited for mobile services, platform strategies, business models, most promising private and HCPs target groups, and more.
According to research2guidance, 84% of total mHealth application market revenue will come from related services and products such as sensors while only 9% of the total market revenue in the next 5 years will come from application download revenue.
Other key highlights of the report include:
- Market forecasts until 2017 per revenue source
- Top 10 mHealth app download numbers per platform and country
- Detailed explanation of 14 mHealth app categories
- Monitoring of 62 mHealth app stores
- 20 mHealth best practices examples and guidelines
The report is one of the leading publications in the mHealth market. Companies that have purchased previous editions of the report includes: Agfa Healthcare, DTAG, Fresenius, Fujitso, GE Healthcare, LG, Nokia, Novartis, Pfizer, Qualcomm, Roche, Roland Berger, Sanofi Aventis and many more.
Please visit http://www.research2guidance.com for more information.
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