Kalorama Information

By Aditi Pai July 16, 2015
Sotera Wireless's ViSi Mobile monitor. The global advanced patient monitoring market is currently worth about $31.4 billion, according to a report from Kalorama Information. Kalorama added that the patient monitoring market has benefited from the demand in major healthcare facilities and home treatment markets to move to a wireless system. Advanced patient monitoring offerings, according to...
By Aditi Pai October 7, 2014
Sotera Wireless's ViSi Mobile monitor. A recent report from Kalorama Information has found that the patient monitoring market is worth $29.7 billion globally, up 7 percent from last year. "Replacement of older, low-technology equipment with new wireless or remote units, new connectivity advancements, and demand for reduce hospital stays all contribute to the sales of these systems," Kalorama...
By Jonah Comstock July 17, 2013
Remote patient monitoring will save the world's healthcare systems up to $36 billion by 2018, according to a new projection by Juniper Research. The firm says North America will account for a little over three quarters of the savings, with Western Europe making up the next biggest chunk. Juniper predicts that a shift toward accountable care, especially in the United States, will lead to wider...
By Aditi Pai July 8, 2013
Example of RPM technology: Sotera's ViSi Mobile In a recent survey, more than half of the accountable care organizations interviewed were unsure of the effectiveness of remote patient monitoring and its ability to generate a positive return on investment. This week, Spyglass Consulting released a study on remote patient monitoring based on telephone interviews from more than 100 healthcare...
By Brian Dolan April 17, 2013
A new report from research analyst firm GBI Research predicts that by 2019 the remote patient monitoring market in the US will reach $296.5 million, up from $104.5 million in 2012. The firm believes that the market will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 16 percent over the next few years. Worldwide, GBI estimates that last year the global remote patient monitoring market was about $223...
By Jonah Comstock March 22, 2013
Philips eICU system Kalorama Information released a report this year on remote patient monitoring, stating that the US market increased from $8.9 billion in 2011 to $10.6 billion in 2012, an increase of 19 percent. Kalorama's numbers looked at what the New York-based research firm calls "advanced remote patient monitoring", which it defines as technologies that have wireless or remote...
By Neil Versel July 18, 2012
The U.S. market for "advanced" wireless patient monitoring systems more than doubled in a four-year period, from $3.9 billion in 2007 to $8.9 billion in 2011 – at an annual rate of nearly 23 percent – according to a new report from Kalorama Information, and the growth should continue at nearly the same pace. The New York-based research firm forecasts that total to expand by 18 percent annually,...
By Brian Dolan June 14, 2012
According to a recent report by Kalorama Information, the market for mobile healthcare software apps was worth about $150 million in 2011. Previous studies from the research firm in years past have pegged the market at $41 million in 2009 and $84.1 million in 2010. As we wrote in 2010, the year-over-year growth in professional medical app revenues at that time more than doubled. As the $150...
By Brian Dolan May 18, 2011
AirstripRPM According to a new report from TechNavio, the global patient monitoring system market will swell to $9.3 billion in 2014. TechNavio's analysis focuses on the US, EMEA and APAC and concludes that remote patient monitoring is driving growth in the wider patient monitoring market. The price of these systems is cost prohibitive, however, the report found. "Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM...
By Brian Dolan January 25, 2011
According to a research report from Kalorama Information the market for remote and wireless patient monitoring is set to grow about 26 percent annually through 2014. “With increased waiting times at doctors’ offices, some employees may have to take a sick or personal day to see the physician for what might be a routine visit and technology might help avoid that scenario,” Kalorama stated in its...