Should Cloud Service Providers and Resellers Tap into the Telemedicine Cloud Market?

Engaging older adults with chronic conditions through the use of cloud services has the potential to:

  • Reduce healthcare costs
  • Improve patient health and independence

So what is holding adoption back?  Generally, the cost to set up traditional in-house telemedicine systems makes it cost prohibitive.  At a cost of over $100K, and rapidly changing technology, clinicians cannot see enough patients to get a good ROI prior to the system being outdated.

 

However, service providers, delivering managed cloud services for telemedicine, are bringing down the capital investment required here.  As a result, analysts state they are seeing a rise in telemedicine—particularly in government controlled healthcare where budgets have been cut significantly in the past year.  See global telemedicine market analysis.

 

Join the conversation and share your thoughts on the telemedicine cloud market.

 

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