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Introduction

The healthcare sector is undergoing its most substantial changes in decades, with the cost of and demand for care reaching unprecedented levels. Ovum believes that the next ten years will see change accelerate across the sector.

Highlights

  • In a 10-year time frame, particularly in faster-moving markets such as the US, Ovum expects healthcare to look and feel very different to how it does today.

Features and Benefits

  • Evaluates the likely pace and nature of change in the healthcare sector over the next decade, and the implications for ICT suppliers.
  • Identifies the major drivers of ICT disruption in the healthcare industry.

Key questions answered

  • How will the level of ICT and business disruption in the healthcare industry compare to other industries?
  • What are the main challenges involved in achieving healthcare modernization?

Table of contents

Ovum view

  • Summary
  • The road to 2025 in the healthcare industry
  • Understanding the ICT opportunity in the healthcare industry
  • Recommendations

Appendix

  • Further reading
  • Author

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