Internet & e-Health Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis
Studies show that almost 90% of adults have used the Internet to look for health information. The significance of this trend supports the economic rationale and convenience of improving home healthcare through the use of e-health.
Although many e-health applications have improved the quality of health care, accessing health information and care through the Internet does have its drawbacks. Online resources such as WebMD and various social media options represent a huge source of health information in the U.S. This gives the average person access to health information without the medical expertise or scientific training to interpret much of the information. Other downsides include the dangers of misinformation, the Internet un-savvy missing out, and privacy and ethical issues related to online discussions and chat groups.
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Internet & e-Health Industry Research & Market Reports
...Broadband Network (NBN) infrastructure developments and strategy. Regional information on developments in North America, Latin America, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific are also provided, where applicable. Subjects covered include: Key elements of the ... Read More
The Market for Wellness Programs and Their Impact on Pharmaceutical, Diagnostic and Device Product Markets
...care system, in response to a variety of factors including continually rising costs of care and declining quality of life. A Comprehensive Look at the 'Wellness' Industry Utilization of wellness programs in the United States ... Read More
...and includes global and regional statistics. Comprehensive information on the exciting developments taking place on a regional level is also included. Subjects covered include: The importance of broadband infrastructure; Key issues and strategies needed for ... Read More
...services and includes global and regional statistics. Comprehensive information on the exciting developments taking place on a regional level is also included. Subjects covered include: The importance of broadband infrastructure; Key issues and strategies needed ... Read More
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Wireless Opportunities in Healthcare (The Market for Bluetooth, RFID, Zigbee, UWB WWAN, WMAN, WLAN and other technologies)
...record of successful implementations across aspects of healthcare from patient care to sales, wireless technologies have moved from conjecture to reality. Hospitals are dedicating large portions of current and future budgets to IT development and ... Read More
...of up to 10 percent. More than 15 websites are now trying to cash in on this market, targeting the 30% of women online who are trying to lose weight, and the 57% of American ... Read More