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“While there are payment options concerning reimbursement for video telemedicine encounters, it still remains not very well understood by many,” said Frost & Sullivan Senior Industry Analyst Zachary Bujnoch. “Compounded with the complexities that vary from state to state in the U.S., billing still remains the most significant hurdle for new video telemedicine users.”
This intimate use of videoconferencing in healthcare delivery has created a distinct set of needs and revenue opportunities that, in turn, require a significant level of expertise. Through cross industry collaboration, participants are learning how to provide the most value for their customers, while overcoming many of the complex new hurdles that come with involvement in a new industry vertical.
“By strategic partnerships and industry collaboration, companies can play to their core strengths,” said Bujnoch. “This allows video offerings to reach new levels of reliability and functionality in the healthcare environment.”
The Analysis of the Video Telemedicine Market research includes:
Market revenues for the total video telemedicine market, including telemedicine endpoints from 2010 projected through 2016
A breakdown of dynamic trends in the U.S. video telehealth market such as drivers and restraints, market participant ecosystems, and future predictions
Unit shipments and average selling prices from 2010 to 2016
Estimates of total market penetration rates as well as industry potential
Analysis of key competitor strengths and weaknesses
Overall telehealth discussion utilizing the Frost & Sullivan Telehealth Matrix
Insight into the supporting segments of telemedicine carts, software and hosted infrastructure, including services
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