A comprehensive analysis of the European Patient Infotainment Systems Market, including market sizing, market share by competitor, drivers restraints and forecasts to 2023. The market research report provides separate country analysis on the United Kingdom, Italy, France, Germany, Spain, and the Netherlands.
[Published February 2017]
The European Patient Infotainment Systems market has been gaining tremendous traction in the recent years. Several companies operating in the European patient infotainment systems market have witnessed immense growth since 2015. Moreover, the market has seen the emergence of many new participants with new and disruptive technologies.
This study aims to provide a detailed analysis of the European patient infotainment systems market along with competitive analysis for 2016.
The market numbers included in this report represent revenues generated by companies operating in the European patient infotainment systems market by point of installation which includes hospitals and clinics, laboratory and diagnostic centers, home and elderly care and by screen size, which includes small screens, medium screens and large screens.
The base year for the study is 2016 and the forecast period is from 2016 until 2023.
Point of Installation Defined:
Hospitals & Clinics - This segment consists of revenues generated from sales of patient infotainment systems to hospitals and clinics.
Laboratories & Diagnostic Centers - This segment consists of revenues generated from sales of patient infotainment systems to pathology laboratories and diagnostic centers.
Home Care & Elderly Care - This segment consists of revenues generated from sales of patient infotainment systems to home and elderly care centers.
Screen Size Segmentation
Small Screen - This segment consists of revenues generated from small screen patient infotainment systems (12 to 15 inches).
Medium Screen - This segment consists of revenues generated from medium screen patient infotainment systems (15 to 17 inches).
Large Screen - This segment consists of revenues generated from large screen patient infotainment systems (24 inches and above).
Hospital Segmentation Defined
Tier 1 or tertiary hospitals are the most comprehensive or general hospitals in the city, province or national level, with a bed capacity exceeding 500. They are responsible for providing specialist health services and perform an important role in the field of medical education and scientific research. These hospitals serve as medical hubs providing care to multiple regions.
Tier 2 or secondary hospitals are often situated in a medium size city, county or district and offer between 100 to 500 beds. They are responsible for providing comprehensive health services as well as medical education and research on a regional basis.
Tier 3 or primary hospitals are typically township hospitals that offer less than 100 beds. They are tasked with providing preventative care, minimal healthcare and rehabilitation services.
Market Trends This study captures the following information on the European patient infotainment system market:
Companies covered include: ClincAll International Corporation, xevIT GmbH, Ltd., Ondamedia GmbH, Hospedia Limited, Parity Medical, Advantech Co., Ltd, Lincor Solutions, NiQ Healthcare, Microsoft, Imatis AS, ARBOR Technology Co., Ltd, BEWATEC Kommunikationstechnik GmbH, Barco Company, and Onyx Healthcare Inc., All Inc., Avalue Technology Inc., Tmm Group, Netlogon, CareServant BV, Care and Comfort, Patient Line BV, among others.
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