The mHealth market is one of the newest and most exciting markets in the telehealth industry and will remain a cornerstone for telehealth in the future. mHealth continues to see substantial growth, and is expected to continue expansion as business models and significant value offerings continue to evolve in tandem with the fast paced world of mobile technologies. However, as seen in 2011 with the release of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) mHealth guidelines, there will are various restrictions and obstacles to hassle-free market entry.
For the purpose of this research service, the broadband mHealth applications market only has one overall segment but has discussion concerning breakouts between professionals and consumers. The definition of revenues is revenues that accrue to applications, developers, and app stores. The definition of unit is a downloadable mobile software application sold through major app store or a web-based software application accessed through a mobile device’s internet browser and excludes non-dedicated hardware (i.e. cell phones, smartphones and tablets). The definition of price is a one-time App purchase price. Discussion is included each section of the complex competitive landscape and includes Wireless Network Operators, Mobile Platform Developers, App Developers, and Medical and Life Sciences. Major market participants include Verizon, GE Healthcare, Google Android, and WellDoc.
This research service:
- Provides market revenues for Broadband mHealth Application purchases in 2010 and projects through 2015
- Provides unit shipments and average selling price for 2010 and projects through 2015
- Provides a breakdown of dynamic trends in the U.S. mHealth market such as business models, market participant ecosystems, and future predictions
- Estimates installed base, penetration rate, and market potential
- Analyzes key competitor market trends for each competitive sector
- Overall Telehealth Discussion Utilizing the Frost & Sullivan Telehealth Matrix
- Identifies most rapidly emerging products and services of the market