Digital Healthcare - Global Electronic Health Records Market | An Aranca Infographic

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The global electronic health records (EHRs) market is estimated to reach $22.3 billion by the end of 2015. The US and other developed economies in western union would mainly drive the trends as the healthcare institution focus on providing on-time, quality healthcare to patients.

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  • 1. Digital HealthcareThe global electronic health records (EHRs) market is witnessing goodgrowth and is poised to touch $22.3 billion by the end of 2015.EHRs are real-time, patient-centered records that make patient informationavailable to authorized users instantly and in a secured mannerGlobal EHR market was estimated at $19.8 billion in 2013with Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs) being thelargest end users followed by community health centres.Global Electronic Health Records MarketAPAC EMEA Americas18.8 19.8 20.99.1 10.0 10.6 11.16.6 6.5 6.5 7.13.1 3.3 3.8 4.1(In billions)2012 2013E 2014F 2015FGlobal EHR Market Share (As of 2012)9%By 2015, the global EHR market is expected to reach $22.3 billion. The USwould continue to remain the largest market growing annually at ~7.1% toreach $9.3 billion in 2015. The growth would primarily be driven bygovernments enforcing the use of EHRs in place of paper medical recordsAdoption by Type of Healthcare Facility in the US (2011)100% 73% 69% 49%Adoption of EHR in the EMEA region was inhibited due to slow economicrecovery. However, the market for EHR is expected to expand from ~$6.5billion in 2014 to over $7 billion in 2015. Government funding is expectedto drive the growth of the EHR market in Europe. In the UK, Europeslargest EHR market, adoption will get a boost thanks to the NationalHealth Services (NHS) plans on going paperless by 2018. The growth ofthe EHR market in the Asia-Pacific region will be mainly led by Japan andAustraliaSource: IDC, Gartner, Center for Disease Control and Prevention and AccentureCompiled by: Swati SinhaArancas ViewsThe adoption of EHRs would continue to rise over the next few years as healthcare institutionsfocus on providing on-time, quality healthcare to patients. The US and other developedeconomies in Western Europe would mainly drive the trend, whereas uptake in developingcountries is expected to be considerably slower. Despite the current growth trend, long-termoutlook for the industry depends on the ability of healthcare service providers to achievesustainable returns on their investments in EHR systems.2014 Aranca. All Rights Reserved. www.aranca.comIf you wish to reproduce or use this infographic in any format, please email us at syndicate@aranca.com22.324%13%10%6%3% Others14%21%Health MaintenanceOrganizationsCommunity HealthCentresAcademic HealthCentresPhysician OwnedHospitals / Clinics