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eRx (Electronic Prescribing/e-Prescribing) Market By Hardware, Software, Services, End-users (Medical Group Practice & Hospitals), Products (Integrated & Standalone Systems) & Deployment (Licensed, Web-hosted & Cloud) - Global Forecasts to 2017

NEW YORK, Jan. 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

 

eRx (Electronic Prescribing/e-Prescribing) Market By Hardware, Software, Services, End-users (Medical Group Practice & Hospitals), Products (Integrated & Standalone Systems) & Deployment (Licensed, Web-hosted & Cloud) – Global Forecasts to 2017

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Electronic prescribing can be considered as one important aspect of a larger technological transformation in the healthcare industry. Electronic prescribing is rapidly becoming a standard of practice in the developed countries of the world and a significant rise is seen in the adoption rate among hospitals and office-based prescribers. eRx empowers more informed decision making by making patient formulary, eligibility and medication history information available at the point that prescribing decisions are made. This report analyzes the global market for e-Prescribing systems by product (stand-alone and integrated), deployment modes, usage modes, components, end-users, and geography.

 

The healthcare industry is witnessing an increased adoption of eRx systems due to the pressing need to curtail healthcare costs, while maintaining the quality of care provided to patients and reduce medication errors and adverse drug events (ADEs). This is expected to drive the market at a CAGR of 26% from 2012 to 2017. The global e-prescription market was pegged at $170 million in 2011 and North America is expected to be the leading region to drive the growth of the market due to increased adoption of eRx systems in this region, particularly in the U.S.

 

High cost of the e-Prescribing systems and resistance to adoption of technology, by the physician fraternity, restrain the growth of this market. The market is also witnessing a growing demand for integrated e-prescription systems, facilitating the healthcare community to shift towards the implementation of a complete electronic health record system.

 

The healthcare industry is plagued by the issue of privacy and maintaining security of patient data. This has been a roadblock for the entry of any new technological solution in the healthcare industry which involves patient data or patient medical records. Moreover, the limited access for experts opinion and technically trained IT professionals is expected to negatively impact the market because there is lack of awareness among end users mainly prescribers, pharmacist and associated staff regarding the working and function of applications, best vendors available in the market, cost of software and long term service provision.

 

Key players in the market are Cerner Corporation (U.S.), Allscripts (U.S.), Quality Systems, Inc. (U.S.), Emdeon (U.S.), and Athenahealth (U.S.).

 

Scope of the Report

 

The scope of the report spans the electronic prescribing systems market which comprises:

 

Global e-Prescribing Systems Market

By Type

Stand-alone systems

Integrated systems

By Component

Hardware

Software

Services

By Delivery Mode

Licensed (on-premise)

Web-hosted

Cloud hosted

By Usage Mode

PC-based

Hand-held

By End-user

Hospitals

Office-based physicians

By Geography

North America

Europe

Asia-Pacific

Rest of the World (RoW)

 

Each section of the report offers market data for the various market segments and geographies. It also provides market trends with respect to drivers, restraints, and opportunities.

 

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

1 INTRODUCTION 18

 

1.1 KEY TAKE-AWAYS 18

1.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION 18

1.3 MARKETS COVERED 19

1.4 STAKEHOLDERS 20

1.5 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 20

1.5.1 MARKET SIZE 20

1.5.2 KEY DATA POINTS FROM SECONDARY SOURCES 21

1.5.3 KEY DATA POINTS FROM PRIMARY SOURCES 21

1.5.4 ASSUMPTIONS 21

 

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 22

 

3 MARKET OVERVIEW 24

 

3.1 E-PRESCRIBING SYSTEM 25

3.1.1 E-PRESCRIBING PROCESS 26

3.1.2 PRESCRIBER 27

3.1.3 TRANSACTION HUB 28

3.1.4 PHARMACY 28

3.1.5 PHARMACY BENEFIT MANAGER 28

3.2 MARKET SEGMENTATION 29

3.3 MARKET DYNAMICS 30

3.3.1 DRIVERS 30

3.3.1.1 Government initiatives & incentive programs contribute to the growth of e-Prescribing systems across the globe 30

3.3.1.2 The MIPPA e-Prescribing incentive programme launched by Medicare spur the adoption of e-Prescribing systems 30

3.3.1.3 e-Prescribing leads to significant savings for the healthcare industry 31

3.3.1.4 Better quality of healthcare and minimization of errors 32

3.3.2 RESTRAINTS 32

3.3.2.1 Physician's reluctance to adoption of technology 32

3.3.2.2 Poor infrastructure intensifies complications 32

3.3.2.3 Financial constraints due to added costs as compared to traditional prescription systems 33

3.3.3 OPPORTUNITY 33

3.3.3.1 Increased collaboration between software vendors and network providers to offer cost efficient products in the market 33

3.3.4 MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, BY KEY PLAYERS 34

 

4 BENEFITS & CHALLENGES OF E-PRESCRIBING SYSTEMS 36

 

4.1 BENEFITS OF E-PRESCRIBING 37

4.1.1 IMPROVED PATIENT SAFETY & QUALITY OF CARE 37

4.1.2 REDUCES THE TIME REQUIRED TO COMMUNICATE WITH PHARMACIES 37

4.1.3 AUTOMATED RENEWAL REQUEST & AUTHORIZATION PROCESS 37

4.1.4 CONNECTS WITH THE ENTIRE HEALTHCARE DELIVERY PROCESS 38

4.2 CHALLENGES FOR E-PRESCRIBING 38

4.2.1 COSTS OF IMPLEMENTATION & RETURNS 38

4.2.2 RESISTANCE TO CHANGE 38

4.2.3 HARDWARE & SOFTWARE SELECTION 39

4.2.4 SECURITY & PRIVACY 39

4.2.5 SYSTEM DOWNTIME 39

 

5 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIPTION MARKET, BY PRODUCT TYPE 41

 

5.1 INTRODUCTION 42

5.1.1 STAND-ALONE SYSTEMS 43

5.1.2 INTEGRATED SYSTEMS 48

5.1.3 COST COMPONENTS OF AN E-PRESCRIBING SYSTEM 52

 

6 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COMPONENT 54

 

6.1 INTRODUCTION 55

6.2 SOFTWARE 56

6.3 HARDWARE 58

6.3.1 ACCESS DEVICES 60

6.3.2 PERIPHERALS 60

6.3.3 SERVERS 60

6.3.4 STORAGE DEVICES 60

6.3.5 NETWORKING DEVICES 61

6.4 SERVICES 61

6.4.1 CONSULTING 61

6.4.2 IMPLEMENTATION SERVICES 62

6.4.3 POST-SALE & MAINTENANCE 62

6.4.4 TRAINING SERVICES 62

 

7 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY DELIVERY MODE 65

 

7.1 INTRODUCTION 66

7.2 ON-PREMISE 68

7.3 WEB-BASED 71

7.3.1 BENEFIT OF WEB-BASED DELIVERY MODEL 73

7.3.1.1 Anytime, anywhere access at reduced cost 73

7.4 CLOUD 73

7.4.1 CLOUD SET TO GROW AS THE MOST PREFERRED DELIVERY MODEL 74

 

8 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY USAGE MODE 77

 

8.1 INTRODUCTION 78

8.2 PC-BASED 79

8.3 HAND-HELD 81

 

9 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY END-USER 84

 

9.1 INTRODUCTION 85

9.2 HOSPITALS 86

9.3 OFFICE-BASED PHYSICIANS 87

 

10 E-PRESCRIPTION MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY 90

 

10.1 INTRODUCTION 91

10.2 NORTH AMERICA 92

10.2.1 U.S. 94

10.2.2 CANADA 94

10.2.2.1 Privacy considerations affect growth of eRx market in Canada 95

10.3 EUROPE 101

10.3.1 EUROPEAN EMR ADOPTION MODEL 102

10.3.1.1 U.K. 103

10.3.1.2 Denmark 103

10.3.1.3 Sweden 103

10.3.1.4 The Netherlands 104

10.3.1.5 France 104

10.3.1.6 RoE 104

10.4 ASIA-PACIFIC 117

10.5 ROW 130

 

11 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 132

 

11.1 INTRODUCTION 132

11.2 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS 133

11.3 COLLABORATIONS/PARTNERSHIPS/AGREEMENTS/JOINT VENTURES 139

11.4 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS/PRODUCT MODIFICATION 146

11.5 OTHERS 153

 

12 COMPANY PROFILES 154

 

12.1 ABEL MEDICAL SOFTWARE, INC. 154

12.2 ALLSCRIPTS HEALTHCARE SOLUTIONS, INC. 157

12.3 ATHENAHEALTH, INC. 164

12.4 BIZMATICS, INC. 169

12.5 CERNER CORPORATION 172

12.6 DRFIRST, INC. 178

12.7 ECLINICALWORKS, LLC 182

12.8 EMDEON, INC. 185

12.9 E-MDS, INC. 189

12.10 IMEDX, INC. 192

12.11 INSTANTDX, LLC (A SUBSIDIARY OF IMMUNOMATRIX, INC.). 196

12.12 HENRY SCHEIN MEDICAL SYSTEM, INC. (A SUBSIDIARY OF HENRY SCHEIN, INC.) 198

12.13 NEWCROPRX, LLC 202

12.14 PRACTICE FUSION, INC. 205

12.15 QUALITY SYSTEM, INC. 208

12.16 SURESCRIPTS-RXHUB, LLC 215

 

 

 

LIST OF TABLES

 

TABLE 1 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY PRODUCT TYPE, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 22

TABLE 2 CMS ELECTRONIC PRESCRIBING INCENTIVE PROGRAM 31

TABLE 3 GLOBAL STAND-ALONE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COMPONENT, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 44

TABLE 4 GLOBAL STAND-ALONE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY DELIVERY MODE, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 45

TABLE 5 GLOBAL STAND-ALONE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY USAGE MODE, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 46

TABLE 6 GLOBAL STAND-ALONE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY END-USER,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 47

TABLE 7 STAND-ALONE SYSTEMS E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 48

TABLE 8 GLOBAL INTEGRATED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COMPONENT,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 49

TABLE 9 GLOBAL INTEGRATED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY DELIVERY MODE, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 50

TABLE 10 GLOBAL INTEGRATED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY USAGE MODE,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 50

TABLE 11 GLOBAL INTEGRATED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY END-USER,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 51

TABLE 12 INTEGRATED SYSTEMS E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 52

TABLE 13 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COMPONENTS,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 56

TABLE 14 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIBING SOFTWARE MARKET, BY DELIVERY MODE, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 57

TABLE 15 E-PRESCRIBING SOFTWARE MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 58

TABLE 16 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIBING HARDWARE MARKET, BY USAGE MODE,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 59

TABLE 17 E-PRESCRIBING HARDWARE MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 59

TABLE 18 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIBING SERVICES MARKET, BY END-USER,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 63

TABLE 19 E-PRESCRIBING SERVICES MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 64

TABLE 20 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY DELIVERY MODE,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 68

TABLE 21 ON-PREMISE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 69

TABLE 22 GLOBAL ON-PREMISE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY USAGE MODE,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 70

TABLE 23 GLOBAL ON-PREMISE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY END-USERS,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 70

TABLE 24 WEB-BASED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 71

TABLE 25 GLOBAL WEB-BASED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY USAGE MODE,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 72

TABLE 26 GLOBAL WEB-BASED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY END-USER,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 72

TABLE 27 CLOUD E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 74

TABLE 28 GLOBAL CLOUD E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY USAGE MODE,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 75

TABLE 29 GLOBAL CLOUD E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY END-USER,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 75

TABLE 30 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY USAGE MODE,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 79

TABLE 31 PC-BASED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 80

TABLE 32 GLOBAL PC-BASED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY END-USER,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 81

TABLE 33 HAND-HELD E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 82

TABLE 34 GLOBAL HAND-HELD E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY END-USER,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 83

TABLE 35 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY END-USER,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 85

TABLE 36 E-PRESCRIBING HOSPITALS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 86

TABLE 37 E-PRESCRIBING OFFICE BASED PHYSICIANS MARKET, BY GROUP SIZE, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 88

TABLE 38 E-PRESCRIBING PGP MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 89

TABLE 39 E-PRESCRIBING MARKET BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 92

TABLE 40 NORTH AMERICA: E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 93

TABLE 41 NORTH AMERICA: STAND-ALONE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET,

BY COUNTRY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 95

TABLE 42 NORTH AMERICA: INTEGRATED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 96

TABLE 43 NORTH AMERICA: HARDWARE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 96

TABLE 44 NORTH AMERICA: SOFTWARE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 97

TABLE 45 NORTH AMERICA: SERVICES E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 97

TABLE 46 NORTH AMERICA: ON-PREMISE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 98

TABLE 47 NORTH AMERICA: WEB-BASED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 98

TABLE 48 NORTH AMERICA: CLOUD E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 99

TABLE 49 NORTH AMERICA: PC-BASED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 99

TABLE 50 NORTH AMERICA: HANDHELD E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 100

TABLE 51 NORTH AMERICA: HOSPITAL E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 100

TABLE 52 NORTH AMERICA: OFFICE-BASED PHYSICIANS E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 101

TABLE 53 EUROPE: E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 105

TABLE 54 EUROPE: STAND-ALONE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 106

TABLE 55 EUROPE: INTEGRATED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 107

TABLE 56 EUROPE: HARDWARE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 108

TABLE 57 EUROPE: SOFTWARE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 109

TABLE 58 EUROPE: SERVICES E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 110

TABLE 59 EUROPE: ON–PREMISE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 111

TABLE 60 EUROPE: WEB-HOSTED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 112

TABLE 61 EUROPE: CLOUD E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 113

TABLE 62 EUROPE: PC-BASED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 114

TABLE 63 EUROPE: HANDHELD E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 115

TABLE 64 EUROPE: HOSPITAL E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 116

TABLE 65 EUROPE: OFFICE-BASED PHYSICIAN E-PRESCRIBING MARKET,

BY COUNTRY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 117

TABLE 66 APAC: E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 118

TABLE 67 APAC: STAND-ALONE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 119

TABLE 68 APAC: INTEGRATED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 120

TABLE 69 APAC: HARDWARE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 121

TABLE 70 APAC: SOFTWARE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 122

TABLE 71 APAC: SERVICES E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 123

TABLE 72 APAC: ON–PREMISE E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 124

TABLE 73 APAC: WEB-HOSTED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 125

TABLE 74 APAC: CLOUD E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 126

TABLE 75 APAC: PC-BASED E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 127

TABLE 76 APAC: HANDHELD E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 128

TABLE 77 APAC: HOSPITAL E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY COUNTRY,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 129

TABLE 78 APAC: OFFICE-BASED PHYSICIAN E-PRESCRIBING MARKET,

BY COUNTRY, 2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 130

TABLE 79 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS, 2010 – 2012 134

TABLE 80 COLLABORATIONS/PARTNERSHIPS/AGREEMENTS/ JOINT VENTURES, 2010 – 2012 139

TABLE 81 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS/PRODUCT MODIFICATION,

2010 – 2012 146

TABLE 82 OTHER STRATEGIES, 2010 – 2012 153

TABLE 83 ALLSCRIPTS: TOTAL REVENUE AND R&D EXPENDITURE,

2009 – 2011 ($MILLION) 158

TABLE 84 ALLSCRIPTS: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT, 2009 – 2011 ($MILLION) 159

TABLE 85 ALLSCRIPTS: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2009 – 2011 ($MILLION) 160

TABLE 86 ATHENAHEALTH: TOTAL REVENUE AND R&D EXPENDITURE,

2009 – 2011 ($MILLION) 165

TABLE 87 CERNER CORPORATION: TOTAL REVENUE AND R&D EXPENDITURE, 2009 – 2011 ($MILLION) 173

TABLE 88 CERNER CORPORATION: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT,

2009 – 2011 ($MILLION) 174

TABLE 89 CERNER CORPORATION: TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2009 – 2011 ($MILLION) 175

TABLE 90 EMDEON: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT, 2008 – 2010 ($MILLION) 186

TABLE 91 HENRY SCHEIN: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT,

2009 – 2011 ($MILLION) 199

TABLE 92 HENRY SCHEIN : TOTAL REVENUE, BY GEOGRAPHY,

2009 – 2011 ($MILLION) 199

TABLE 93 QUALITY SYSTEMS : TOTAL REVENUE AND R&D EXPENDITURE,

2010 – 2012 ($MILLION) 209

TABLE 94 QUALITY SYSTEMS: TOTAL REVENUE, BY SEGMENT,

2010 – 2012 ($MILLION) 210

 

 

 

LIST OF FIGURES

 

FIGURE 1 E-PRESCRIBING SYSTEM 25

FIGURE 2 E-PRESCRIBING PROCESS 27

FIGURE 3 E-PRESCRIBING SYSTEMS MARKET SEGMENTATION 29

FIGURE 4 ELECTRONIC-PRESCRIBING MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, 2011 34

FIGURE 5 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIBING MARKET SHARE, BY PRODUCT TYPE,

2011 & 2017 42

FIGURE 6 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIBING SYSTEMS MARKET, BY COMPONENTS,

2010 – 2017 (%) 55

FIGURE 7 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY DELIVERY MODE, 2011 & 2017 67

FIGURE 8 GLOBAL E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY USAGE MODE,

2010 – 2017 ($MILLION) 78

FIGURE 9 E-PRESCRIBING MEDICAL GROUP PRACTICE MARKET, BY GROUP SIZE, 2011 VS 2017 (%) 87

FIGURE 10 E-PRESCRIBING MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2010 – 2017 (%) 91

FIGURE 11 KEY GROWTH STRATEGIES, 2010 – 2012 133

 

 

 

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: eRx (Electronic Prescribing/e-Prescribing) Market By Hardware, Software, Services, End-users (Medical Group Practice & Hospitals), Products (Integrated & Standalone Systems) & Deployment (Licensed, Web-hosted & Cloud) – Global Forecasts to 2017

 

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The 3rd International @ThingsExpo, co-located with the 16th International Cloud Expo - to be held June 9-11, 2015, at the Javits Center in New York City, NY - announces that it is now accepting Keynote Proposals. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the most profound change in personal and enterprise IT since the creation of the Worldwide Web more than 20 years ago. All major researchers estimate there will be tens of billions devices - computers, smartphones, tablets, and sensors - connected to the Internet by 2020. This number will continue to grow at a rapid pace for the next several decades.
The definition of IoT is not new, in fact it’s been around for over a decade. What has changed is the public's awareness that the technology we use on a daily basis has caught up on the vision of an always on, always connected world. If you look into the details of what comprises the IoT, you’ll see that it includes everything from cloud computing, Big Data analytics, “Things,” Web communication, applications, network, storage, etc. It is essentially including everything connected online from hardware to software, or as we like to say, it’s an Internet of many different things. The difference ...
We are reaching the end of the beginning with WebRTC, and real systems using this technology have begun to appear. One challenge that faces every WebRTC deployment (in some form or another) is identity management. For example, if you have an existing service – possibly built on a variety of different PaaS/SaaS offerings – and you want to add real-time communications you are faced with a challenge relating to user management, authentication, authorization, and validation. Service providers will want to use their existing identities, but these will have credentials already that are (hopefully) i...
The Internet of Things will greatly expand the opportunities for data collection and new business models driven off of that data. In her session at @ThingsExpo, Esmeralda Swartz, CMO of MetraTech, discussed how for this to be effective you not only need to have infrastructure and operational models capable of utilizing this new phenomenon, but increasingly service providers will need to convince a skeptical public to participate. Get ready to show them the money!
The 3rd International Internet of @ThingsExpo, co-located with the 16th International Cloud Expo - to be held June 9-11, 2015, at the Javits Center in New York City, NY - announces that its Call for Papers is now open. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the biggest idea since the creation of the Worldwide Web more than 20 years ago.