Report on Digital Health Market Insights and Forecasts in the United States 2021-2025 With the potential effects of COVID-19 – increasing adoption of telemedicine and an increase in the rate of depression

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The U.S. digital health market is projected to reach $ 191.64 billion in 2025, advancing to a CAGR of 28.40%, in the period 2021-2025.

Factors such as an increase in the geriatric population, the increasing use of mobile devices, the growing prevalence of arthritis, rising health care costs, increasing urbanization and increasing penetration by internet users would trigger market growth.

However, market growth would be caused by high capital costs and installations, lack of interoperability and data breaches, and security concerns.

Several significant trends include an increase in the number of health applications, the increasing incidence of chronic diseases, the escalating penetration of electronic health records (EHR) systems, and the increasing importance of wearable devices.

The U.S. digital health market is segmented based on technology and components. In technological terms, the U.S. digital health market can be divided into mHealth, digital health systems, health analytics, and telehealth. While the market can be divided into services, hardware and software, based on components.

The mHealth segment is the fastest growing market, thanks to rapid digitization, the growing incidence of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes in the region, various technological advances in the healthcare industry, along with recent advances in wearable technologies and extensive Internet use.

In addition, the growing number of COVID-19 cases across the region in 2020 escalated with the adoption of digital health solutions to maintain social distance and to improve communication between patients and health workers during a pandemic.

Scope of the report:

  • The report provides a comprehensive analysis of the U.S. digital health market segmented based on technology and components.

  • Market dynamics such as growth drivers, market trends and challenges are analyzed in detail.

  • The competitive landscape in the market, along with profiles of leading player companies (Apple Inc., McKesson Corporation, Alphabet Inc., Cisco Systems, Inc., Cerner Corporation and Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc.), are also presented in detail.

Key target audience:

  • Digital health care providers

  • Digital health software and hardware manufacturers

  • Health facilities and health companies

  • Research and consulting firms as well as venture capitalists

  • State bodies and regulatory bodies

Key topics:

1. Market overview

1.1 Introduction

1.2 The global evolution of digital health

1.3 Classification of digital health

1.4 Basic components of digital health

1.5 Advantages of digital health technologies

1.6 Technologies involved in digital healthcare

1.7 Digital health tools

2. Impact of COVID-19

2.1 A sharp increase in demand for digital healthcare solutions

2.2 Accelerated adoption of telemedicine

2.3 Rising rate of depression

3. American market analysis

3.1 U.S. Digital Health Market by Value

3.2 U.S. Health Market Forecast by Value

3.3 US Digital Health Market by Technology

3.3.1 The Value of the U.S. Healthcare Digital Healthcare Market

3.3.2 Digital Health Market Health Forecast in the US by Value

3.3.3 US Healthcare Market for Digital Health by Services

3.3.4 U.S. Healthcare Market Digital Health Services by Value

3.3.5 U.S. mHealth Health Services Market Forecast by Value

3.3.6 U.S. Digital Health Systems Market by Value

3.3.7 U.S. Digital Health Systems Market Forecast by Value

3.3.8 American Health Analytics Market by Value

3.3.9 US Health Analytics Market Forecast by Value

3.3.10 US Health Care Market by Value

3.3.11 US Health Insurance Market Forecast by Value

3.4 U.S. Digital Health Market by Component

3.4.1 U.S. Digital Health Services Market by Value

3.4.2 U.S. Digital Health Services Market by Value

3.4.3 U.S. Healthcare Hardware Market by Value

3.4.4 U.S. Health Hardware Market Forecast by Value

3.4.5 U.S. Digital Healthcare Software Market by Value

3.4.6 U.S. Value-Based Healthcare Software Market

4. Market dynamics

4.1 Growth drivers

4.1.1 Increasing the geriatric population

4.1.2 Increasing use of mobile devices

4.1.3 Increased prevalence of arthritis

4.1.4 Increasing health care expenditures

4.1.5 Expansion of urbanization

4.1.6 Accelerated onset of chronic diseases

4.1.7 Increasing the penetration of Internet users

4.2 Key trends and developments

4.2.1 Increasing the number of health applications

4.2.2 Escalating penetration of the electronic health records (EHR) system

4.2.3 Increasing the importance of wearable devices

4.2.4 Increasing integration with artificial intelligence

4.2.5 Accelerated adoption of SaaS applications

4.2.6 Supporting government initiatives

4.3 Challenges

4.3.1 High capital costs and installations

4.3.2 Lack of interoperability

4.3.3 Data breaches and security issues

5. Competitive landscape

5.1 American market

5.1.1 Comparison of key players’ incomes

5.1.2 Comparison of market capitalization of key players

5.1.3 Comparison of research and development of key players

6. Company profile

6.1 Apple Inc.

6.1.1 Business overview

6.1.2 Financial Review

6.1.3 Business Strategies

6.2 McKesson Corporation

6.3 Alphabet Inc.

6.4 Cisco Systems, Inc.

6.5 Cerner Corporation

6.6 Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc.

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