Global Digital Economy - E-Health, E-Education and E-Government Trends


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The key benefits of the digital economy include eliminating unnecessary costs, creating greater efficiencies and increasing productivity. These benefits are of particular importance when considering the healthcare, education and government services sectors.

The healthcare industry is under increasing pressure from growing and ageing populations which still require high quality medical services.

 

1. Digital economy is transforming essential services

1.1 Economic prosperity depends on digital productivity
1.2 ICT industry has the driver’s seat
1.3 Transformation requires open ICT infrastructure
1.4 Brief insights into ICT infrastructure developments
1.4.1 The National Broadband Network
1.4.2 The Changing Data Centre Landscape
1.4.3 The Cloud Computing Revolution
1.4.4 M2M, IoT and Big Data – Key Global Trends
1.4.5 Smart Grids – Transforming the Energy Industry
1.4.6 Smart Cities – the Way Forward
1.5 Comprehensive infrastructure policies are needed
1.6 Collaborative trans-sector policies
1.7 Case Study – Australia
1.7.1 NBN: a blueprint for ICT infrastructure policies?
1.7.2 National Digital Economy Strategy
1.7.3 Australia’s digital transformation is underway – Analysis
1.7.4 The issue is Industry Transformation, not Broadband – analysis
1.7.5 The impact on the economy
1.8 Conclusion

2. Global e-health and m-health market

2.1 E-Health and M-Health Trends and Statistics
2.1.1 Healthcare – next sector on the block for e-transformation
2.1.2 E-health
2.1.3 The disruptive e-healthcare market has arrived!
2.1.4 Healthcare is a massive global industry
2.1.5 Integrated care and medicine
2.1.6 Key market directions
2.1.7 Healthcare analysis – ‘no outcome, no income’
2.1.8 M-Health
2.1.9 Remote patient monitoring
2.1.10 Privacy and security a key concern

3. Global e-education and e-learning market

3.1 E-Education Trends and Statistics
3.1.1 E-education statistics
3.1.2 Self-Paced E-Learning (SPEL)
3.1.3 Learning Management Systems (LMSs)
3.1.4 Corporate e-learning
3.1.5 Education system will hit economic crisis point
3.1.6 What is happening with e-education?
3.1.7 Tele-education – the quiet achiever
3.1.8 E-education: part of smart, trans-sector community
3.1.9 Digital education approaching reality

4. Global e-government market

4.1 E-Government Trends and Statistics
4.1.1 Governments under pressure
4.1.2 E-government
4.1.3 M-government
4.1.4 Cloud computing and governments
4.1.5 The sharing economy and governments

5. Selected Country Case studies

5.1 North America
5.1.1 USA
5.2 Latin America
5.2.1 Brazil
5.3 Europe
5.3.1 Estonia
5.4 Africa/ Middle East
5.4.1 Nigeria
5.4.2 Saudi arabia
5.5 Asia
5.5.1 Japan
5.6 Pacific
5.6.1 Australia

 

Table 1 – Global e-learning market value – 2010; 2012; 2015; 2018; 2020
Table 2 – Self-Paced E-Learning market by region – 2013; 2016
Table 3 – M-Learning market by region – 2013; 2016
Table 4 – Australia - estimated government recurrent expenditure – 2012 - 2013
Table 5 – Global investment in e-government – 2010 - 2016

 

Chart 1 – Global investment in e-government – 2010 - 2016
Exhibit 1 - Transformation – business case examples
Exhibit 2 - Global developments that are forcing transformation
Exhibit 3 - Regulatory system needs to support transformation
Exhibit 4 - Smart communities
Exhibit 5- Internet of Things – the next infrastructure inflection point
Exhibit 6- Trans-sector vs. Cross-sector
Exhibit 7 - Australia – National Broadband Network
Exhibit 8 - Broadband Commission for Digital Development
Exhibit 9 - How does broadband relate to economic development?
Exhibit 10 - Key applications of a digital economy
Exhibit 11 – Snapshot of health care spending around the world
Exhibit 12 – Video consultancy covered by Australian Medicare
Exhibit 13 – Advantages of e-health
Exhibit 14 – Examples of popular health related websites
Exhibit 15 – Use of the internet for health information among French young adults
Exhibit 16 – Quality of healthcare information on YouTube
Exhibit 17 – Digital healthcare appointment systems
Exhibit 18 – Apple’ ResearchKit for medical research via iPhones
Exhibit 19 – Healthcare monitoring for the elderly
Exhibit 20 – South Korea: stimulating broadband by spending on e-education
Exhibit 21 – Sample of e-learning ASP market participants
Exhibit 22 – A shared vision of the future of education
Exhibit 23 – Advantages of e-learning
Exhibit 24 – Top 7 Learning Management Systems (LMSs) - 2015
Exhibit 25 – Connect To Learn
Exhibit 26 – New Media Consortium (NMC)
Exhibit 27 – Examples of open source e-learning projects
Exhibit 28 – Definition: E-Government
Exhibit 29 – Examples of Web 2.0 tools available to governments
Exhibit 30 – Examples of common web based e-government applications
Exhibit 31 – Open Government Partnership (OGP)
Exhibit 32 – Examples of key cloud models
Exhibit 33 – Examples of government cloud projects
Exhibit 34 – Stage 1 of the Australian government’s Digital Transformation initiatives.
Exhibit 35 – Australian Government Cloud Computing examples