GlobalDatas Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) 2010: Conference Review and Analysis report is an essentially source of information and analysis on the happenings in the 2010 annual conference and exhibition organized by the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), and held from March 1 4, 2010 in Atlanta in the US.
The report provides key data and information on the products showcased in the conference. The report also provides answers to questions like: what are the emerging trends in the Healthcare IT market? Which are the upcoming technologies and companies? Which sectors are expected to grow and why? What products are in pipeline and how would they impact sector growth? This report also provides an insight into key studies and trials being held, with up-to date results and analysis.
- The report covers information and analysis on product and technology launched at the conference.
- The report provides market size data and information on the Healthcare IT market with information for two categories Hospital Information Systems (HIS) and Storage and Communication Systems.
- Analysis and review of the key products and technologies within each segment and sub segments that will impact the future of Healthcare IT.
- Review of key industry trends and events which are likely to impact and change the dynamics of the global Healthcare IT markets in the long run.
- In-depth analysis of the studies and clinical trials presented at the conference.
- List of key companies presenting at the conference with company and product profiles.
- The report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in house analysis by GlobalDatas team of industry experts.
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Table of content
1 Table of contents 2
1.1 List of Tables 3
1.2 List of Figures 3
2 HIMSS 2010: Highlights of the Conference 4
2.1 Meaningful Use To Be Key Driver of Healthcare IT Spending by Hospitals in 2010 4
2.2 Transformation in Payer and Healthcare IT Arena 4
2.3 Improved Patient Health Outcomes Dependent on Interconnected and Interoperable Electronic Health Records 4
3 Healthcare IT: Market Overview 5
3.1 Market Drivers 6
3.1.1 The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) to Boost Adoption of Healthcare IT 6
3.1.2 Physician Incentives 7
3.2 Market Restraints 7
3.2.1 High Cost of Healthcare IT 7
3.2.2 Human Resource Gap in Healthcare IT 7
4 Key Vendor Announcements at HIMSS 2010 8
5 Key Companies Presenting at HIMSS 2010 10
5.1 Eclipsys 10
5.1.1 Company Profile 10
5.1.2 Product Portfolio 10
5.1.3 Product 10
5.2 Fujitsu America 11
5.2.1 Company Profile 11
5.2.2 Product Portfolio 11
5.2.3 Product 11
5.3 GE Healthcare 11
5.3.1 Company Profile 11
5.3.2 Product Portfolio 12
5.3.3 Product 12
5.4 Siemens Healthcare 12
5.4.1 Company Profile 12
5.4.2 Product Portfolio 12
5.4.3 Product 12
5.5 Philips Healthcare 13
5.5.1 Company Profile 13
5.5.2 Product Portfolio 13
5.5.3 Product 13
6 Key Takeaways of HIMSS 2010 15
7 Appendix 16
7.1 Methodology 16
7.1.1 Coverage 16
7.1.2 Secondary Research 17
7.1.3 Primary Research 17
7.1.4 Models 17
7.1.5 Forecasts 18
7.1.6 Expert Panels 18
7.2 Contact US 18
7.3 Disclaimer 18
Table 1: Key Vendor Announcements at HIMSS 2010 8
Figure 1: Healthcare IT Market, Global, Revenue ($m), 2009 2016 5
Figure 2: GlobalData Methodology 16