BRIC telemedicine market is witnessing a significant growth due to increase in the number of patients suffering from chronic diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), chronic heart failure (CHF), asthma, hypertension, and diabetes. An increase in IT spending are identified as the key factors boosting demand for telemedicine in these countries. Moreover increasing demand for better healthcare services and growth in telecommunication network are also impacting BRIC telemedicine market.

The BRIC telemedicine market is classified based on the type of technology and services used. Technology market can further be divided on hardware used and network connectivity solutions. Here basic telemedicine platform and clinical devices are the major hardware in use.

BRIC telemedicine market is further analyzed on the basis of telemedicine applications such as Teleconsultation, Telecardiology and Teledermatology. Teleconsultation, Telecardiology and Teleradiology are the major telemedicine applications in BRIC countries. Telecardiology is very popular in India where as Teleradiology is more popular in Brazil after Teleconsultation. Teledermatology, Telesurgery and home telehealth are less in user and are in emerging stage.

The BRIC is expected to reach a market size of $418.4 million by the year 2014, at a CAGR of 15.8% from 2009-2014. The BRIC technology market is expected to reach a size of $307.4 million by the year 2014 growing at a CAGR of 16.6% from 2009-2014 and BRIC service market will reach $111 million in 2014 with CAGR of 13.8%.

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The report provides in-depth market estimates and forecast for BRIC telemedicine market based on technology and types of services. Further technology market is segmented on the basis of hardware and network connectivity solutions. BRIC market is also analyzed on the basis of different application usage.

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Market Overview
Market Dynamics: Telemedicine Market
Technology for Telemedicine Market
Telemedicine clinical applications
Types of Telemedicine process/services
Scenario of Telemedicine in BRIC countries
Competitive landscape for BRIC Telemedicine

1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Key take-aways
1.2 Report description
1.3 Stakeholders

2 SUMMARY

3 MARKET OVERVIEW
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Global and BRIC Telemedicine Market
3.3 Market Definition: Telemedicine Market
3.4 Drivers and opportunities
3.5 BRIC Telemedicine service Market
3.6 Telemedicine Hardware Market
3.7 Telemedicine Applications in BRIC nations
3.8 Telemedicine Market transition in BRIC from 2009 to 2014

4 MARKET DYNAMICS
4.1 Drivers
4.1.1 Need for Healthcare in Rural Areas
4.1.2 Telecommunication Growth in BRIC
4.1.3 Rising Prevalence of Chronic Diseases
4.1.4 Cost Effectiveness of Telemedicine
4.2 Restraints
4.2.1 High Infrastructure Cost
4.2.2 Reimbursement & Legal Issues
4.3 Opportunities
4.3.1 Growth Potential for Stakeholders
4.3.2 Development of Knowledge-Sharing Platforms
4.3.3 Governmental Funding

5 TECHNOLOGY FOR TELEMEDICINE
5.1 Drivers and Opportunities for Telemedicine Technology
5.1.1 Increased use in Healthcare
5.1.2 Participation of International Companies in Provision of Technology and Services
5.1.3 Opportunities to Develop Primary Healthcare Sector
5.2 Restraints for Telemedicine Technology
5.2.1 In-house Technology Usage in Urban Hospitals
5.2.2 More focus on basic technology usage
5.3 BRIC Telemedicine Technology Market – Overview
5.4 The Hardware Market
5.4.1 Basic Telemedicine Platform
5.4.2 Clinical Devices
5.4.3 Communication Hardware
5.4.4 Videoconferencing
5.5 Connectivity and Network
5.6 Connectivity and Network Market Overview
5.7 Connectivity and Network Market – by Geography
5.7.1 PSTN
5.7.2 ISDN
5.7.3 BROADBAND
5.7.4 VSAT
5.7.5 EMR
5.7.5.1 Advantages of using EMR
5.7.5.2 EMR in BRIC countries
5.7.6 PACS
5.7.6.1 Advantages of PACS
5.7.6.2 PACS in BRIC countries
5.7.7 COPE
5.7.7.1 Advantages of COPE system
5.7.7.2 COPE in BRIC countries

6 TELEMEDICINE CLINICAL APPLICATIONS
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Teleconsultation:
6.2.1 Cost of Teleconsultation in BRIC Countries
6.2.2 Advantages of Teleconsultation
6.2.3 Scenario in BRIC Countries
6.3 Telepathology
6.3.1 Advantages of Telepathology Over General Pathology
6.3.2 Telepathology scenario in BRIC Countries
6.3.3 Challenges of Telepathology
6.4 Telecardiology
6.4.1 Scenario in BRIC Countries
6.4.2 Advantages of Telecardiology Over General Cardiology
6.4.3 Limitations of Telecardiology
6.5 Telesurgery
6.5.1 Scenario in BRIC Countries
6.5.2 Advantages of Telesurgery Over Normal Surgery
6.5.3 Limitations of Telesurgery
6.6 Teleradiology
6.6.1 Teleradiology Scenario in BRIC Countries
6.6.2 Advantages of Teleradiology over General Radiology
6.6.3 Limitations of Teleradiology
6.6.4 Opportunities with Teleradiology
6.7 Home Telehealth
6.7.1 Home Telehealth Scenario in BRIC Countries
6.7.2 Store-and-Forward Home Telehealth Services in BRIC Countries
6.7.2.1 Advantages
6.7.2.2 Limitations of Store-and-Forward Home Telehealth Services
6.7.3 Interactive or Real-Time Home Telehealth
6.7.3.1 Advantages and Opportunities
6.7.3.2 Limitations
6.8 Teledermatology
6.8.1 Teledermatology Scenario in BRIC Countries
6.8.2 Store-and-Forward Teledermatology
6.8.3 Advantages of Store-and-Forward Teledermatology
6.8.4 Real-Time Teledermatology
6.8.5 Opportunities for Teledermatology
6.8.5.1 Increased use of Mobile Technology
6.8.5.2 Prominence of Skin Diseases
6.8.5.3 Integration of Clinical Tools
6.9 Teleopthalmology:
6.10 Emergency Medicine
6.11 Teleoncology

7 TELEMEDICINE PROCESS/SERVICES
7.1 Introduction
7.1.1 Real-time Telemedicine/Interactive
7.1.2 Remote monitoring
7.1.3 Store-and-forward Telemedicine
7.2 Real-time Telemedicine
7.2.1 Key factors
7.3 Store-and-forward Telemedicine services
7.3.1 Key factors

8 SCENARIO OF TELEMEDICINE IN BRIC COUNTRIES
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Telemedicine Scenario in Brazil
8.2.1 Drivers & Opportunities
8.2.1.1 Government Initiatives for Telemedicine Promotion
8.2.1.2 Increasing Demand for Teleconsultation and Teleradiology Services
8.2.1.3 Majority of Advance Healthcare Services are in Urban Areas
8.2.2 Restraints
8.2.2.1 Reluctance among Patients and Doctors
8.2.2.2 No Reimbursement for Telemedicine Expenses
8.2.3 Regulatory Framework/ lack of legal and technical regulations
8.3 Telemedicine Scenario in Russia
8.3.1 Drivers & Opportunities
8.3.1.1 Government & Community Initiatives
8.3.1.2 Ageing Population
8.3.1.3 Electronic Russia
8.3.2 Restraints
8.3.2.1 Lack of Infrastructure Development
8.3.2.2 Quality Issues
8.3.2.3 Financing Issues
8.3.3 Regulatory framework
8.4 Telemedicine Sscenario in India
8.4.1 Drivers & Opportunities
8.4.1.1 Indian government’s Telemedicine Initiative
8.4.1.2 Public-private Partnership Model for Infrastructure Development
8.4.1.3 Increase in Chronic Diseases
8.4.1.4 Inadequacies in Indian Healthcare System
8.4.2 Restraints
8.4.2.1 Unfamiliarity and Lack of Technical Knowledge
8.4.2.2 Lack of Basic Mmenities and Primary Healthcare
8.4.2.3 Finance Availability
8.4.3 Government Regulations for Telemedicine in India
8.4.3.1 Licensing of telemedicine Practitioners
8.4.3.2 Determination of Doctor Patient Relationship
8.4.3.3 Penalties for Unauthorized Telemedicine practices
8.5 Telemedicine Scenario in China
8.5.1 Drivers & Opportunities
8.5.1.1 Government efforts to modernize healthcare services.
8.5.1.2 Requirement to make healthcare services accessible with reduced cost (need to discuss with analyst)
8.5.1.3 Huge gap between rural and urban healthcare services
8.5.2 Restraints
8.5.2.1 No Reimbursement on Telemedicine Expenses
8.5.2.2 Inefficient Funds for Telemedicine Development
8.5.2.3 Lack of Standards and Regulations in Telemedicine Practices
8.5.3 Government Regulations for Telemedicine in China

9 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE FOR BRIC TELEMEDICINE
9.1 Brazil
9.2 Russia
9.3 India
9.4 China

10 COMPANY PROFILES
10.1 7 MEDICAL SYSTEMS LLC
10.2 AEROTEL MEDICAL SYSTEMS LTD.
10.3 AETHRA S.P.A.
10.4 AGFA HEALTHCARE
10.5 ALCATEL LUCENT
10.6 AMD TELEMEDICINE
10.7 APOLLO HOSPITAL
10.8 AT&T
10.9 BIOTRONIK SE & CO. KG
10.10 BHARAT SANCHAR NIGAM LIMITED (BSNL)
10.11 CHINA MEDICINE ON-LINE LTD
10.12 CISCO SYSTEM
10.13 ERICSSON/ERICSSON INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED
10.14 EPEOPLE
10.15 GOLDEN TELECOM
10.16 HEWLETT-PACKARD
10.17 HYUNDAI MOTOR INDIA FOUNDATION
10.18 IBM HEALTH CARE AND LIFE SCIENCE
10.19 INSTITUTE FOR INFORMATION INDUSTRY TAIWAN (III)
10.20 LG CNS
10.21 LIFEWATCH AG
10.22 MANIPAL HOSPITAL
10.23 MEDIA LAB ASIA
10.24 MEDISOFT TELEMEDICINE PVT LTD
10.25 MEDTRONIC INC
10.26 NEUROSYNAPTIC COMMUNICATIONS
10.27 NUPHYSICIA LLC
10.28 POLYCOM INC
10.29 PRO-LAUDO
10.30 SOBHA RENAISSANCE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PVT. LTD.
10.31 SONY CORPORATION
10.32 SUNPA SOBHA SOFTWARE CHINA LTD
10.33 SWEDEN & MARTINA S.P.A
10.34 TANA
10.35 TANDBERG
10.36 TELERADIOLOGY SOLUTIONS
10.37 TELEVITAL
10.38 TUNSTALL GROUP
10.39 VERIZON WIRELESS INC
10.40 VIRTUAL RADIOLOGIC CORPORATION
10.41 WIPRO
10.42 WORLD HEALTH PARTNERS

LIST OF TABLES

1 BRIC Telemedicine Market by Segments 2007-2014 ($Million)
2 BRIC Telemedicine Market by Services
3 BRIC Technology Market, 2007-2014 ($Million)
4 BRIC Hardware Market, 2007-2014 ($Million)
5 BRIC Equipment Market by Geography 2007-2014 ($Million)
6 BRIC Telemedicine Platform Market by Geography 2007-2014 ($Million)
7 BRIC Clinical Devices Market by Geography 2007-2014 ($Million)
8 BRIC Communication Hardware Market, by Geography 2007-2014 ($Million)
9 BRIC Video Conferencing Units Market by Geography 2007-2014 ($Million)
10 BRIC Connectivity Market, 2007-2014 ($Million)
11 BRIC Network and Connectivity Market by Geography 2007-2014 ($Million)
12 BRIC PSTN Market by Geography 2007-2014 ($Million)
13 BRIC ISDN Market by Geography 2007-2014 ($Million)
14 BRIC Broadband Market, by Geography 2007-2014 ($Million)
15 Global VSAT Market by Geography 2007-2014 ($Million)
16 Comparison Between Static and Real Time Image Transfer Technologies in Telepathology
17 BRIC Telemedicine Market, 2007-2014 ($Million)
18 BRIC telemedicine Market by Geography, 2007-2014 ($Million)
19 BRIC Telemedicine Market by Technology and Services, 2007-2014 ($Million)
20 BRIC telemedicine market by geography 2007-2014 ($Million)
21 Agreements and Collaborations
22 Geographic Expansion & New Product Launch
23 Agreements and Collaborations
24 New project launch
25 Agreements and Collaborations
26 Telemedicine Developments
27 Agreements and Collaborations

LIST OF FIGURES

1 Global and BRIC Telemedicine Market
2 Telemedicine Market: Market Segmentation
3 Key Drivers and Opportunities
4 BRIC Telemedicine Hardware Market
5 Telemedicine Market Application Analysis in BRIC
6 Telemedicine Market Opportunity Analysis in BRIC
7 Telemedicine Market by Technology
8 Telemedicine Market: Application usage in Brazil
9 Telemedicine Market: Application usage in Russia
10 Telemedicine Market: Application usage in India
11 Telemedicine Market: Application usage in China
12 Comparison between real-time telecardiology and Store-and-Forward Telecardiology
13 Comparison between real-time Telemedicine and Store-and-Forward Telemedicine
14 Country wise Telemedicine Market Developments From 2007 to January 2010

BRIC Telemedicine market to grow exponentially

The BRIC telemedicine market analyzes the technology and service market over the period 2009-2014. It studies major market drivers and opportunities for the technology and services and also evaluates major trends in the macro – and micro-markets with respect to different geographic regions.

BRIC telemedicine market is witnessing a significant growth due to increase in the number of patients suffering from chronic diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), chronic heart failure (CHF), asthma, hypertension, and diabetes. Also increase in IT spending are identified as the key factors boosting demand in these countries. Moreover increasing demand for better healthcare services and growth in telecommunication network are also impacting the BRIC market.

The BRIC market is classified based on the type of technology and services used. Technology market can further be divided on hardware used and network connectivity solutions. Here basic platform and clinical devices are the major hardware in use.

BRIC telemedicine market is also analyzed on the basis of applications such as Teleconsultation, Telecardiology and Teledermatology. Teleconsultation, Telecardiology and Telerathology are the major telemedicine applications in BRIC countries. Teleconsultation dominates the market in these countries. Telecardiology is very popular in India where as Teleradiology is more popular in Brazil after Teleconsultation. Teledermatology, Telesurgery and home telehealth are less in use and are in the emerging stage.

The BRIC telemedicine market was at $200.5 million in 2009; and is expected to grow exponentially at a CAGR of 15.8% from 2009 to 2014. The market segment forms the largest submarket of the overall BRIC market and is expected to be $307.4 million by 2014 at a CAGR of 16.6% from 2009 to 2014. The services segment in the overall BRIC market will reach $111 million in 2014 with a CAGR of 13.8%.

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