A number of key drivers — profound demographic changes, the reality of increased wait times, chronic diseases, outcome-based care, and other pressing industry challenges — compel the Canadian healthcare system to deliver more with less. IDC Health Insights: Canadian eHealth report series focuses on hot topics in Canadian healthcare. For 2019, the service is slated to publish targeted studies: spending trends for 2019 and 2020, the digital transformation occurring in the sector, and a case study of one of Canada's most innovative healthcare delivery vendors.
IDC Health Insights: Canadian eHealth
IDC Health Insights will undertake a combination of qualitative and quantitative primary and secondary research to craft these reports.
Throughout the year, this service will address the following topics:
- Technology adoption and spending trends, including the role of digital technologies in providing care in Canada
- Innovation in healthcare, driven by start-ups, changes in procurement processes, and evolution of transformative technologies
- The increasing importance of collaborative technologies (As the use of multidisciplinary teams increases and the role of the primary care physician takes on increasing importance, the need for collaboration and sharing information will also increase.)
Key Questions Answered
Our research addresses the following issues that are critical to your success:
- Who are the key players that could become customers or partners?
- What are the key eHealth innovations taking place in the market?
- How have other healthcare organizations successfully and securely deployed applications leveraging the Internet of Things?
- How do we collaborate effectively across the continuum of care?
- What is the potential for remote patient monitoring?
- What key industry and structural changes are taking place in the Canadian healthcare market?
Who Should Subscribe
This service is of interest to vendors targeting the Canadian healthcare marketplace and to end users tracking industry trends — specifically, CIOs and chief medical officers/VPs/directors of eHealth services (including mobile health and consumer engagement, integrated delivery networks, disease management organizations, and suppliers of eHealth devices and services).