Worldwide Digital Transformation in Healthcare Industry to 2028 – by Product & Services, Delivery Model, End-user, Application, Technology and Region – ResearchAndMarkets.com – Yahoo Finance

DUBLIN, October 01, 2021–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The "Global Digital Transformation in Healthcare Market 2021-2028" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This report implies that the global digital transformation in healthcare market is likely to register growth at a CAGR of 27.84% over the forecasting period 2021-2028.
Companies Mentioned
Accenture plc
Alphabet Inc (Google)
Apple Inc
Cognizant Technology Solutions
GE Healthcare
Hcl Technologies Ltd
Infosys Limited
International Business Machines Corporation (Ibm)
Medtronic plc
Microsoft Corporation
Philips Healthcare
Schneider Electric Se
Siemens Healthineers
Tata Consultancy Services Ltd
Wipro Ltd
The market's growth is driven by numerous factors, including the rising need for qualified healthcare professionals and an increase in e-health adoption. As per WHO, there has been substantial growth in the adoption of electronic health records over the years. It is predicted that more IT firms will concentrate on developing real-time applications and software relating to the healthcare sector. This will increase the demand for digitization globally.
Additionally, the rise in electronic health records, coupled with government initiatives for enhancing health services, is expected to generate lucrative opportunities for the global market over the forecast period.
The global digital transformation in healthcare market encompasses the regions of North America, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Europe, and Middle East and Africa.
The Asia-Pacific is calculated to observe the fastest growth rate in the digital transformation in healthcare market over the estimated phase. Among the major countries, China, India, and Japan are likely to contribute largely to the market's growth. Moreover, due to the rise in coronavirus patients, the governments in the region have imposed strict rules, which will drive the studied market's growth. For instance, the rise in digital solutions to treat patients during the pandemic has increased smartphone demand. Other than this, China and India are adopting IT technologies in the healthcare sector, which will supplement the growth of the digital transformation in healthcare market over the forecasted period.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Global Digital Transformation in Healthcare Market – Summary
2. Industry Outlook
2.1. Impact of COVID-19 on Digital Transformation in Healthcare Market
2.2. Key Insights
2.2.1. Artificial Intelligence is Expected to Be the Fastest-Growing Technology
2.2.2. Asia-Pacific is the Fastest-Growing Regional Market
2.2.3. Increment in Growth for Telemedicine
2.3. Porter's Five Forces Analysis
2.3.1. Threat of New Entrants
2.3.2. Threat of Substitutes
2.3.3. Bargaining Power of Buyers
2.3.4. Bargaining Power of Suppliers
2.3.5. Threat of Competitive Rivalry
2.4. Market Attractiveness Index
2.5. Vendor Scorecard
2.6. Regulatory Framework
2.7. Key Impact Analysis
2.7.1. Cost
2.7.2. Data Sharing Features
2.7.3. Interoperability
2.8. Key Market Strategies
2.8.1. Acquisitions
2.8.2. Product Launches
2.8.3. Contracts & Partnerships
2.8.4. Business Expansions & Divestitures
2.9. Market Drivers
2.9.1. Growing Need for Qualified Healthcare Professionals
2.9.2. Rise in Adoption of E-Health Worldwide
2.9.3. High Level of Patient Engagement
2.10. Market Challenges
2.10.1. Policy and Regulations for Public Healthcare
2.10.2. Security Risks Pertaining to Medical Data
2.10.3. Expensive New Technologies
2.11. Market Opportunities
2.11.1. Growing Usage of Electronic Health Records (Ehrs)
2.11.2. Government Initiatives and Budget Allocations for Health Services
3. Global Digital Transformation in Healthcare Market Outlook – by Product & Services
3.1. Product
3.2. Services
4. Global Digital Transformation in Healthcare Market Outlook – by Delivery Model
4.1. On-Premise
4.2. Cloud
5. Global Digital Transformation in Healthcare Market Outlook – by End-User
5.1. Healthcare
5.1.1. Payer
5.1.2. Provider
5.1.3. Homecare
5.2. Lifesciences
5.3. Other End-Users
6. Global Digital Transformation in Healthcare Market Outlook – by Application
6.1. Customer Transformation
6.2. Workforce Transformation
6.3. Operational Transformation
6.4. Product Transformation
7. Global Digital Transformation in Healthcare Market Outlook – by Technology
7.1. Ai
7.2. Big Data Analytics
7.3. Blockchain
7.4. Ar Vr
7.5. Iomt
7.6. Mhealth
7.7. Telehealth
7.8. Robotics
8. Global Digital Transformation in Healthcare Market – Regional Outlook
9. Competitive Landscape
10. Research Methodology & Scope
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