The global IoT in Healthcare market size is projected to grow from USD 127.7 billion in 2023 to USD 289.2 billion by 2028, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 17.8% during the forecast period. Various factors such as the rising focus on active patient engagement and patient-centric care, growing need for the adoption of cost-control measures in healthcare, increasing adoption of high-speed network technologies for IoT connectivity, evolution of complementing technologies, including AI and big data, and need for healthcare services in remote locations are expected to drive the growth of the IoT in healthcare market.
Key and innovative vendors in the IoT in Healthcare market include Cisco (US), IBM (US), GE Healthcare (US), Microsoft (US), SAP (Germany), Medtronic (Ireland), Royal Philips (Netherlands), Resideo Technologies (US), Securitas (Sweden), Bosch (Germany), Oracle (US), PTC (US), Huawei (China), Siemens (Germany), HQSoftware (Estonia), Comarch SA (Poland), Telit (UK), Kore Wireless (US), ScienceSoft (US), Intel (US), AgaMatrix (US), and Welch Allyn (US).
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Cisco is engaged in the provision of hardware, software, networking, and system communication technology-based products and services. The offerings of the company cater to verticals, such as energy, government, education, financial services, retail, sports and entertainment, manufacturing, healthcare, transportation, and hospitality. Products and services offered by Cisco are divided into five segments: infrastructure platforms, services, applications, security, and other products. Cisco delivers IoT products under the term Internet of Everything (IoE). The company launched a fog computing platform that supports IoT applications, real-time big data, and real-time analytics. Cisco offers field network products and embedded network products, such as switches and routers, and cybersecurity solutions for IoT. It further offers wireless, enterprise networking, security, and collaboration portfolios to help meet the growing demand for IoT. Enhanced security, reduced complexity, and lower costs are some key benefits offered by Cisco IoT solutions.
IBM is one of the leading providers of IT and business services to clients in 175 countries. It operates through six business segments: cognitive solutions, technology services, cloud platforms, Global Business Services (GBS), systems, and global financing. IBM caters to various verticals, such as aerospace and defense, education, healthcare, oil and gas, automotive, electronics, insurance, retail and consumer products, banking and finance, energy and utilities, life sciences, telecommunications, media and entertainment, chemicals, government, manufacturing, travel and transportation, construction, and metals and mining. It offers the Watson IoT platform in the market, which provides comprehensive IoT services, such as connectivity, information management, real-time analytics, and risk and security management. The Watson IoT platform?provides support to the main IoT product, such as connecting, storing, analyzing, and managing data along with monitoring support through the Watson IoT platform dashboard. IBM provides the Cognitive IoT for Healthcare solution that focuses on analyzing data collected from patients or individuals. The data is also collected through the signals generated from sensors in everyday objects, environmental sensors, and wearables.
GE Healthcare is a unit of the General Electric company, a global provider of transformational medical technologies and services. The company offers efficient healthcare solutions by digitally connecting traditionally existing technologies with advanced technologies, such as precision, diagnostics, and monitoring. The solutions offered by GE Healthcare in the IoT in healthcare market include remote patient monitoring and digital solutions. GE Healthcare’s comprehensive portfolio of remote patient monitoring solutions includes clinical alarm management, a safety initiative for healthcare providers incorporating sophisticated technology, and consulting to help reduce challenges, such as alarm fatigue, and improve workflows, thereby creating a healing environment for patients and their families. Other offerings include care ports, such as the Web Viewer for remote access the patient’s clinical information in near real-time, and network solutions (CARESCAPE NETWORK), for delivering a robust and expandable platform for Clinical Information Logistics. GE Healthcare’s digital solutions include asset performance management, which provides data-driven insights that are used to optimize resource utilization, increase resource availability, and reduce the operating costs of the healthcare equipment.
IoT in Healthcare Market by Component (Medical Device, Systems & Software, Services, and Connectivity Technology), Application (Telemedicine, Connected Imaging, and Inpatient Monitoring), End User and Region - Global Forecast to 2028
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