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Frost & Sullivan in Partnership with ATA Delivers Pulse of Telehealth 2013

The market for telehealth, including remote monitoring, video telemedicine and mHealth, is central to healthcare delivery transformation as healthcare and information communication technology continue to rapidly evolve and converge.

Diverse stakeholders within and outside healthcare are capitalizing on new business opportunities while developed markets are leading adoption, and emerging markets are providing new potential paths to innovation.

Frost & Sullivan's Pulse of Telehealth 2013, conducted in partnership with the American Telemedicine Association (ATA), analyzes data from ATA 2013 Annual Meeting & Trade Show and finds the home is the leading area of impact and opportunity, including use of remote patient monitoring (RPM) for home health and chronic disease management in the view of stakeholders over the next decade. The surveyed markets include home and disease management monitoring, personal emergency response systems, video telemedicine, tele-imaging, activity monitoring, wellness programs, remote cardiac electrocardiography, and tele-mental health.

"We're pleased to partner with ATA, the leading international resource and advocate promoting the use of advanced remote medical technologies, once again to survey the 2014 telehealth landscape," said Frost & Sullivan Connected Health Global Program Director Daniel Ruppar (@danielruppar). "Results from our most recent research detail key points centric to adoption, areas of opportunity, and environmental factors essential to the future of telehealth and its importance in a shifting healthcare environment."

Ruppar and ATA Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Linkous discussed vital factors for telehealth for 2014 such as current interests of the market in RPM, levels of telehealth technology integration with healthcare IT systems, and other key perspectives for this year in a recent Frost & Sullivan Movers and Shakers video interview. Be on the lookout for the soon-to-be published interview with both telehealth experts.

Many of the same topics will be expanded on at ATA 2014 in Baltimore, Md., May 17-20, 2014, a program bringing healthcare professionals and leading telemedicine programs together to share new research, best practices and innovative business models.


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