Wireless Technologies in Professional Healthcare: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ZigBee, 802.15.6, Proprietary, and MBAN Connectivity

3Q 2011 | Research Report Report | RR-HEALTH-11 | 61 pages | 59 tables | 4 charts | Excel | PDF | Powerpoint

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Table of Contents

  • Top Line Forecast
  • 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
    • 1.1. Market Introduction
    • 1.2. Report Scope by Application
    • 1.3. Report Scope by Wireless Technology
    • 1.4. Top-line Forecasts
    • 1.5. Wi-Fi Access Point Professional Healthcare Revenues
    • 1.6. MBAN Device Shipments by Protocol
    • 1.7. Core Market Drivers and Enablers
    • 1.8. Wi-Fi Market Inhibitors and Hurdles
    • 1.9. MBANs Market Inhibitors and Hurdles
    • 1.10. Summary and Strategic Recommendations
    • 1.11. Wi-Fi Summary and Strategic Recommendations
    • 1.12. MBANs Summary and Strategic Recommendations
  • 2. WI-FI IN HEALTHCARE: MARKET ISSUES
    • 2.1. Wi-Fi within Professional Healthcare Market Background
    • 2.2. Wi-Fi Networks and Key Applications
    • 2.3. Voice over Wi-Fi (VoWi-Fi) in Healthcare
    • 2.4. DECT as a Competitor to Voice over Wi-Fi
    • 2.5. VoWi-Fi and Remote Access
    • 2.6. VoWi-Fi and ROI
    • 2.7. Network Congestion and VoWi-Fi
    • 2.8. Wi-Fi RTLS
    • 2.9. Wi-Fi RTLS and Asset Management
    • 2.10. Wi-Fi RTLS and Personal Safety
    • 2.11. Wi-Fi RTLS and Environmental Sensor Monitoring
    • 2.12. Wi-Fi RTLS and RFID Competition
    • 2.13. RTLS and VoWi-Fi
    • 2.14. Wi-Fi RTLS Limitations
    • 2.15. Wi-Fi and Video
    • 2.16. Wi-Fi and Telemedicine
    • 2.17. Wi-Fi and Physician Connectivity
    • 2.18. Wi-Fi Clinician Driven Handhelds
    • 2.19. Wi-Fi and Consumer Smartphones and Tablets
    • 2.20. Wi-Fi Consumer Device Brings New Device Competition
    • 2.21. Wi-Fi and Mobile Handset Regulation
    • 2.22. Early FDA Mobile Handset Application Approval
    • 2.23. FDA Changes to Handset Classification
    • 2.24. The Proliferation of Wi-Fi-embedded Healthcare Devices
    • 2.25. Wi-Fi and Public Internet Access
    • 2.26. Wireless in Emergency Response
  • 3. MEDICAL BODY AREA NETWORK MARKET ISSUES
    • 3.1. Existing Wireless Monitoring in the United States
    • 3.2. Medical Body Area Networks
    • 3.3. Target Conditions
    • 3.4. Wearable Wireless Sensors
    • 3.5. Measured Parameters
    • 3.6. Current Market: Glucose Meters
    • 3.7. Current Market: Pulse Oximeters
    • 3.8. Current Market: Electrocardiograph
    • 3.9. Movement Alarm Devices
    • 3.10. MBAN Future Developments
    • 3.11. MBAN Adoption Timescale
  • 4. MANAGING WIRELESS IN HEALTHCARE
    • 4.1. The Wi-Fi Network Management Healthcare Market
    • 4.2. In-building Wireless Systems
    • 4.3. Managed Wi-Fi Services in Healthcare Facilities
    • 4.4. Vendor Differentiation Based on Healthcare Applications and Ecosystems
    • 4.5. Electronic Health Records
    • 4.6. Wi-Fi and Government Regulations
    • 4.7. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
    • 4.8. Mandated Standardized Barcode Labels for Medication
    • 4.9. Spectrum Management for Medical Body Area Networks
    • 4.10. MBAN Wireless Coexistence and Interoperability
    • 4.11. Existing RF Standards and Regulations
    • 4.12. RF Integration
  • 5. TECHNOLOGY AND REGULATORY ISSUES
    • 5.1. ISO/IEEE 11703-20601:2010
    • 5.2. Non-IEEE Wireless Protocols Defined for Personal Health Devices
    • 5.3. Data Exchange Interoperability
    • 5.4. ISO/IEEE 11073
    • 5.5. IEC 8001
    • 5.6. In Development
    • 5.7. Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise
    • 5.8. HIPAA and VoWi-Fi Security
    • 5.9. HIPAA Security and Intrusion Detection
    • 5.10. Wi-Fi-enabled Video Surveillance in Healthcare Facilities
    • 5.11. Running Medical Devices on Network Infrastructure
  • 6. MARKET FORECASTS
    • 6.1. Forecast Methodology
    • 6.2. Overview
    • 6.3. Table 3 to Table 15: Wi-Fi Infrastructure and Devices
    • 6.4. Table 3 to Table 5: Wi-Fi Access Point Shipments and Revenues by Region
    • 6.5. Table 6 to Table 9: Wi-Fi RTLS Healthcare Market Forecasts
    • 6.6. Table 10 and Table 11: Voice-over-Wi-Fi Handset Shipments and Revenues
    • 6.7. Table 12 and Table 13: Cellular Handsets in Healthcare Embedded Wi-Fi IC Shipments and Revenues
    • 6.8. Table 14 and Table 15: Wi-Fi Enabled Healthcare Computing Devices
    • 6.9. Table 16 to Table 28: MBAN Devices
    • 6.10. Table 16
    • 6.11. Table 17: MBANs IC Shipments by Protocol
    • 6.12. Table 18: MBANs IC Revenues by Protocol
    • 6.13. Table 19: MBANs IC ASPs by Protocol
    • 6.14. Table 20 to Table 30: Regional MBANs IC shipments and revenues by protocol
  • 7. COMPANY DIRECTORY
  • 8. ACRONYMS
    • 8.1. Scope of Study
    • 8.2. Sources and Methodology
    • 8.3. Notes

Charts

  1. Wireless Device Shipments in Professional Healthcare, Worldwide: 2010 to 2016
  2. Healthcare Wi-Fi Access Point Revenue, World Market, Forecast: 2010 to 2016
  3. Healthcare Wi-Fi Access Point Shipments by Region
  4. Medical Body Area Network IC Shipments in Professional Healthcare by Region


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A sister report to home healthcare covered in Wireless Health and Fitness, this report examines the adoption and potential for embedded wireless devices and networks within the professional healthcare environment. Professional healthcare locations represents a key market for Wi-Fi equipment vendors. This market segment historically has been the earliest of early adopters of new Wi-Fi technology and has now transitioned into a broadly-adopted technology supporting a growing list of applications. This study examines the size of the market for Wi-Fi hardware, software, and services, as well as the additional applications beside data connectivity that are driving adoption. As with the earlier iteration of this report, it looks at several key components including Wi-Fi RTLS hardware and software, pure Wi-Fi, and cellular/Wi-Fi handsets, but also adds consumer devices such as Wi-Fi-enabled tablets. The report assesses the technology challenges this market presents as well as the potential rewards. Also, in addition to the early versions of this report, this edition also provides discussion, analysis, and forecasts for the potential technologies and their adoption within medical body area networking applications within the professional healthcare setting.

Table of Contents

  • Top Line Forecast
  • 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
    • 1.1. Market Introduction
    • 1.2. Report Scope by Application
    • 1.3. Report Scope by Wireless Technology
    • 1.4. Top-line Forecasts
    • 1.5. Wi-Fi Access Point Professional Healthcare Revenues
    • 1.6. MBAN Device Shipments by Protocol
    • 1.7. Core Market Drivers and Enablers
    • 1.8. Wi-Fi Market Inhibitors and Hurdles
    • 1.9. MBANs Market Inhibitors and Hurdles
    • 1.10. Summary and Strategic Recommendations
    • 1.11. Wi-Fi Summary and Strategic Recommendations
    • 1.12. MBANs Summary and Strategic Recommendations
  • 2. WI-FI IN HEALTHCARE: MARKET ISSUES
    • 2.1. Wi-Fi within Professional Healthcare Market Background
    • 2.2. Wi-Fi Networks and Key Applications
    • 2.3. Voice over Wi-Fi (VoWi-Fi) in Healthcare
    • 2.4. DECT as a Competitor to Voice over Wi-Fi
    • 2.5. VoWi-Fi and Remote Access
    • 2.6. VoWi-Fi and ROI
    • 2.7. Network Congestion and VoWi-Fi
    • 2.8. Wi-Fi RTLS
    • 2.9. Wi-Fi RTLS and Asset Management
    • 2.10. Wi-Fi RTLS and Personal Safety
    • 2.11. Wi-Fi RTLS and Environmental Sensor Monitoring
    • 2.12. Wi-Fi RTLS and RFID Competition
    • 2.13. RTLS and VoWi-Fi
    • 2.14. Wi-Fi RTLS Limitations
    • 2.15. Wi-Fi and Video
    • 2.16. Wi-Fi and Telemedicine
    • 2.17. Wi-Fi and Physician Connectivity
    • 2.18. Wi-Fi Clinician Driven Handhelds
    • 2.19. Wi-Fi and Consumer Smartphones and Tablets
    • 2.20. Wi-Fi Consumer Device Brings New Device Competition
    • 2.21. Wi-Fi and Mobile Handset Regulation
    • 2.22. Early FDA Mobile Handset Application Approval
    • 2.23. FDA Changes to Handset Classification
    • 2.24. The Proliferation of Wi-Fi-embedded Healthcare Devices
    • 2.25. Wi-Fi and Public Internet Access
    • 2.26. Wireless in Emergency Response
  • 3. MEDICAL BODY AREA NETWORK MARKET ISSUES
    • 3.1. Existing Wireless Monitoring in the United States
    • 3.2. Medical Body Area Networks
    • 3.3. Target Conditions
    • 3.4. Wearable Wireless Sensors
    • 3.5. Measured Parameters
    • 3.6. Current Market: Glucose Meters
    • 3.7. Current Market: Pulse Oximeters
    • 3.8. Current Market: Electrocardiograph
    • 3.9. Movement Alarm Devices
    • 3.10. MBAN Future Developments
    • 3.11. MBAN Adoption Timescale
  • 4. MANAGING WIRELESS IN HEALTHCARE
    • 4.1. The Wi-Fi Network Management Healthcare Market
    • 4.2. In-building Wireless Systems
    • 4.3. Managed Wi-Fi Services in Healthcare Facilities
    • 4.4. Vendor Differentiation Based on Healthcare Applications and Ecosystems
    • 4.5. Electronic Health Records
    • 4.6. Wi-Fi and Government Regulations
    • 4.7. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
    • 4.8. Mandated Standardized Barcode Labels for Medication
    • 4.9. Spectrum Management for Medical Body Area Networks
    • 4.10. MBAN Wireless Coexistence and Interoperability
    • 4.11. Existing RF Standards and Regulations
    • 4.12. RF Integration
  • 5. TECHNOLOGY AND REGULATORY ISSUES
    • 5.1. ISO/IEEE 11703-20601:2010
    • 5.2. Non-IEEE Wireless Protocols Defined for Personal Health Devices
    • 5.3. Data Exchange Interoperability
    • 5.4. ISO/IEEE 11073
    • 5.5. IEC 8001
    • 5.6. In Development
    • 5.7. Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise
    • 5.8. HIPAA and VoWi-Fi Security
    • 5.9. HIPAA Security and Intrusion Detection
    • 5.10. Wi-Fi-enabled Video Surveillance in Healthcare Facilities
    • 5.11. Running Medical Devices on Network Infrastructure
  • 6. MARKET FORECASTS
    • 6.1. Forecast Methodology
    • 6.2. Overview
    • 6.3. Table 3 to Table 15: Wi-Fi Infrastructure and Devices
    • 6.4. Table 3 to Table 5: Wi-Fi Access Point Shipments and Revenues by Region
    • 6.5. Table 6 to Table 9: Wi-Fi RTLS Healthcare Market Forecasts
    • 6.6. Table 10 and Table 11: Voice-over-Wi-Fi Handset Shipments and Revenues
    • 6.7. Table 12 and Table 13: Cellular Handsets in Healthcare Embedded Wi-Fi IC Shipments and Revenues
    • 6.8. Table 14 and Table 15: Wi-Fi Enabled Healthcare Computing Devices
    • 6.9. Table 16 to Table 28: MBAN Devices
    • 6.10. Table 16
    • 6.11. Table 17: MBANs IC Shipments by Protocol
    • 6.12. Table 18: MBANs IC Revenues by Protocol
    • 6.13. Table 19: MBANs IC ASPs by Protocol
    • 6.14. Table 20 to Table 30: Regional MBANs IC shipments and revenues by protocol
  • 7. COMPANY DIRECTORY
  • 8. ACRONYMS
    • 8.1. Scope of Study
    • 8.2. Sources and Methodology
    • 8.3. Notes

Charts

  1. Wireless Device Shipments in Professional Healthcare, Worldwide: 2010 to 2016
  2. Healthcare Wi-Fi Access Point Revenue, World Market, Forecast: 2010 to 2016
  3. Healthcare Wi-Fi Access Point Shipments by Region
  4. Medical Body Area Network IC Shipments in Professional Healthcare by Region