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[November 30, 2012]

Research and Markets: The Future of Mobile Health Market in Korea

DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/s2fbx7/the_future_of) has announced the addition of the "The Future of Mobile Health Market in Korea" report to their offering.

This report is written to review the latest trends, boundaries and definition of mobile health based on the paradigm shift in the health care industry. In addition, this report will provide a forecast on the market size with the assumption that full introduction will take place, as well as analyze the changes brought by mobile health from the perspective of users.

Also major strategies and current status of players in the field will be reviewed. In terms of mobile health, various coalitions are being forged among health service and communications service providers. On the other hand, more and more device vendors and solution providers are moving in the direction. This report reviews specific exampls of each segment for that purpose.

Mobile technologies and devices are expanding beyond telecommunications industry very rapidly. It is no exaggeration to say that mobile industry is being converged with almost all industries for a further development. Health care is not an exception. It is true that health care has been an exclusive industry because it is heavily based on the expertise of doctors and strictly limited to hospitals. As of now, however, active information transactions through mobile networks are taking place, affecting various industries including health care. Recently, a new term, Mobile Healthcare, has been coined, heralding a new paradigm in the industry. Now, more and more medical services are being offered with IT devices, replacing conventional medical check-ups at the hospitals. In addition, a mobile health environment is being created as the mobile technologies are being adopted. For instance, handheld devices such as smartpads, video information sharing based on mobile network, prescription transmission system and mobile electric charts are being introduced.

This report is written to review the latest trends, boundaries and definition of mobile health based on the paradigm shift in the health care industry. In addition, this report will provide a forecast on the market size with the assumption that full introduction will take place, as well as analyze the changes brought by mobile health from the perspective of users.

Key Topics Covered:

Executive Summary

1. Changes in Health Care Industry

2. Definition and Scope of Mobile Healthcare

3. Mobile Health Market Size and Prospect

4. Changes in Ecosystem of Health Care Market due to Mobile Health

5. Strategies and Directions of Mobile Health Service Providers

6. Application of Mobile Health

7. Conclusion and Suggestions

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/s2fbx7/the_future_of


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