THE U.S. TELEHEALTH MARKET SIZE WAS VALUED AT USD 10 BILLION IN 2020 AND IS EXPECTED TO REACH USD 43 BILLION BY 2026, GROWING AT A CAGR OF 28% DURING THE FORECAST PERIOD

U.S. Telehealth Market Size, Share, Trends Analysis Report by

  • Modality: Real-time Virtual Heath, Remote Patient Monitoring, and Store and Forward
  • Component: Service, Hardware, and Software
  • Application: Chronic Care, Radiology, Mental Health, OB/GYN, Urgent Care, and Others
  • Delivery Mode: Web/App-based, Cloud-based, and On-premise Telehealth
  • End-user: Healthcare Providers, Patients & Individuals, Employers & Government Organizations, and Payers

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Report Attribute Details
MARKET SIZE 2026 USD 43 Billion
CAGR (2021-2026) 28%
Base Year 2020
Forecast Year 2021–2026
Telehealth Segments (Modality) Real-time Virtual Heath, Remote Patient Monitoring, and Store and Forward
Telehealth Segments (Component) Service, Hardware, and Software
Telehealth Segments (End-user) Healthcare Providers, Patients & Individuals, Employers & Government Organizations, and Payers
Telehealth Segments (Delivery Mode) Web/App-based, Cloud-based, and On-premise

INDUSTRY INSIGHTS

The U.S. telehealth market size was valued at USD 10 billion in 2020 and is expected to reach USD 43 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of 28% during the forecast period.

The introduction of telehealth has led to the availability of cost-effective treatment, adoption of home healthcare services, and low expenditure on infrastructure development. Telehealth is revolutionizing the healthcare industry as it minimizes hospital visits, reduces patient wait time, and decreases the physical discomfort caused to patients. Further, in the US, the high expenditure on healthcare IT infrastructure by major stakeholders contributes to the market’s growth. The telehealth market is observing increased investment for the integration of telecommunications with healthcare systems. COVID-19 further enhanced the adoption of telemedicine among physicians in the US. Every state Medicaid has some form of coverage to virtual care services and private payers. Many hospitals started to provide services through platforms, which increase their adoption among healthcare providers. Hospitals started to adopt various new platforms to increase better access to end-users. Hence, the usage of information and communication technologies (ICT) has the capability to address critical challenges faced by the US in providing accessible, cost-effective, and high-quality healthcare services to patients.

SNIPPETS

  • Real-time virtual services are likely to observe an incremental growth of over USD 22 billion by 2026 due to the high uptake of these services in emergency departments, urgent care, tele-stroke, telecardiology applications.
  • The remote patient monitoring (RPM) segment expects to grow at a CAGR of approx. 24% during 2020–2026 to collect health data such as blood pressure, blood sugar, heart rate, blood oxygen levels among patients.
  • The telehealth services market is likely to observe an incremental growth of approx. USD 24 billion by 2026.
  • Web/app-based services are likely to grow at a CAGR of 30% during the forecast period due to increased demand from emerging economies for web-based health services.
  • The US cloud-based telehealth market expects to reach approx. USD 5 billion by 2026 because they offer advanced efficacy and significant cost savings for healthcare organizations.

U.S. TELEHEALTH MARKET SEGMENTATION

This research report includes a detailed segmentation by

  • Modality
  • Component
  • End-user
  • Application
  • Delivery Mode

INSIGHTS BY MODALITY

The real-time virtual health segment accounted for a significant share of 49% in 2020. The real-time virtual health segment is anticipated to retain its dominance during the forecast period. The usage of real-time virtual care in remote ICUs has increased in the US during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Telehealth is one of the valuable tools for monitoring health conditions and treatment. The adoption of telemedicine is expected to rise with advances in technology and the high penetration of smart gadgets across the US. The remote patient monitoring segment expects to reach over USD 13 billion by 2026. The remote patient monitoring market is growing at a healthy rate and is expected to grow significantly during the forecast period. This growth can be attributed to the growing prevalence of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular, diabetes, and respiratory diseases in the elderly population that requires regular monitoring and quality care.

INSIGHTS BY COMPONENT

The US telehealth services market is growing at a fast CAGR of over 32% due to the shift in focus to patient-centric, value-based care from conventional hospital-centric and fee-per-service models. The growing geriatric population is driving the connected medical devices market. Further, the growing need for affordable treatments is estimated to boost the demand for telehealth services. However, limited coverage of insurance, especially by Medicare, and issues related to the ambiguous regulatory framework adopted by different states and the US Federal government are anticipated to curtail the market growth during the forecast period.

The US hardware services market is likely to reach over USD 11 billion by 2026. The growing demand for wearable and connected medical devices and remote patient monitoring systems and the increasing awareness of advanced connected medical devices are driving the market's growth.  In 2020, the software segment accounted for over 9% share of the US telehealth market. Although the software market consists of a smaller share in the overall market, it is an essential segment of the US telehealth market. The market is growing at a relatively slower rate compared to service and hardware segments.

INSIGHTS BY DELIVERY MODE

In 2020, the web/app-based telehealth segment constituted over 77% of the U.S. telehealth market share. As the web-based delivery model requires minimal software and hardware components for delivering telehealth solutions, the demand is relatively high since they reduce upfront installation costs. Hence, the market is witnessing an increased adoption of web-based services. The segment is likely to grow at a healthy rate due to the growing demand from emerging economies embracing telehealth technology in most healthcare facilities in remote and rural areas.

The cloud-based segment expects to reach approx. USD 5 billion by 2026, growing at a CAGR of over 24% during the forecast period. With telehealth services witnessing rapid expansion, many service providers are enhancing their virtual care offerings to end-users. Cloud-based services can achieve seamless scalability in line with the growing demand for telehealth services worldwide. Cloud-based platforms for telehealth eliminate the burden of maintaining a locally installed native system while delivering all the benefits and security of cloud computing. As a result, healthcare providers are increasingly adopting cloud-based systems and solutions.

INSIGHTS BY APPLICATION

In 2020, chronic care management accounted for approx. 36% of the U.S. telehealth market share. Chronic diseases are one of the major concerns for healthcare providers. Managing diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, and cancer has become a significant challenge for physicians. Around 40% of the US population suffers from chronic diseases. With the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, tele stroke usage to monitor COVID-19 infected patients has increased, which has driven the demand for tele stroke.

The radiology segment expects to grow at a CAGR of 26% during the forecast period. Most healthcare institutions, mobile imaging companies, urgent care facilities, community hospitals, rural hospitals in the US engage full-service teleradiology providers to reduce hospital expenditure during the COVID-19 pandemic. Many radiology practices and imaging institutions use teleradiology services to implement remote reading into their regular workflow and decrease their radiologist’s exposure to COVID-19 infections. Ultrasound technology plays a crucial role in the management of patients with COVID-19. It offers several advantages over CT and X-ray and is widely accessible, easy to disinfect, and less prone to contamination.

INSIGHTS BY END-USER

The healthcare providers segment expects to witness an incremental growth of over USD 13 billion by 2026. The segment accounted for a significant share of approx. 42% in 2020. The inclusion of telehealth services in disease management and post-acute-care management programs is increasing efficiency and effectiveness. Several prestigious hospitals are implementing these services to improve profitability, attract and retain many patients, and reduce re-admissions. As telehealth services and remote patient monitoring devices are increasing, hospitals are focusing on enhancing telehealth infrastructure to meet the growing demand, thereby increasing market growth. Further, the increasing collaboration between hospitals and market vendors expects to boost the adoption of tele-ICUs.

The U.S. telehealth market by patient is likely to grow at a massive CAGR of over 32% during the period 2020–2026. Patients are prioritizing self-care and homecare treatment options as they are convenient and save significant time and money. The increasing shortage of healthcare opinion and increased consultation wait times are driving the demand for direct-to-consumer (DTC) telehealth services. These services have been extremely helpful and beneficial during hurricanes in the US. DTC played a significant role in bridging medical services gaps when hurricanes Irma and Harvey struck the country.

INSIGHTS BY VENDORS

AMD Global Telehealth, American Well, GlobalMedia Group, Koninklijke Philips, Resideo Life Care Solutions, and Medtronic are the major players offering healthcare software/applications for remote healthcare. The U.S. telehealth market is characterized by rapid technological change, changing end user's requirements, shorter product lifecycles, and increasing industry standards. Vendors focus on enhancing their solution with next-generation technologies and developing or acquiring new services to access a new set of consumers in the market. In the pre COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. telehealth market was in the early development stage, and it was competitive. However, it has become highly competitive during the COVID-19 pandemic. Vendors are coming up with integrated technology platforms, high-quality provider networks, sophisticated consumer engagement strategies, and entrenched distribution channels. They are trying to create a strong brand image, establishing a solid relationship with clients to become a leading telehealth platform in the US.

The U.S. telehealth market research report includes in-depth coverage of the industry analysis with revenue and forecast insights for the following segments:

Modality

  • Real-time Virtual Health
  • Remote Patient Monitoring
  • Store and Forward

Component

  • Service
  • Hardware
  • Software

Application

  • Chronic Care
  • Radiology
  • Mental Health
  • OB/GYN
  • Urgent Care
  • Others

Delivery Mode

  • Web/App-based
  • Cloud-based
  • On-premise

End-user

  • Healthcare Providers
  • Patients & Individuals
  • Employers & Government Organizations
  • Payers

Geography

  • US

Frequently Asked Questions

How big is the U.S. telehealth market?

The U.S. telehealth market expects to reach approx. USD 43 billion by 2026.

What are the future trends in the healthcare IT Industry?

The emergence of telehealth robots and robotic platforms and the high acceptance of telehealth services due to the covid-19 Pandemic are the future trends observed in the market.

What are the top telemedicine companies in the US region?

AMD Global Telemedicine, American Well, BioTelemetry, GlobalMedia Group, InTouch Health, Koninklijke Philips are the major telehealth companies offering telemedicine services.

Which factors are expected to drive the adoption of telehealth services?

The increasing demand for Tele-ICUs, the growing number of mhealth applications, and the growing need for remote patient monitoring platforms and devices are the significant factors driving telehealth services' adoption.

Has the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the growth of telemedicine services?

Yes, telemedicine services in the US have been accelerated with the outbreak of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

What are telehealth services, and what are their applications?

Telehealth is on-demand healthcare services via remote technologies. These services address a wide range of medical conditions, ranging from respiratory and urinary tract infections to dermatological conditions, anxiety, and smoking cessation.

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The U.S. telehealth market by revenue is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 28% during the period 2020–2026.

The following factors are likely to contribute to the growth of the U.S. telehealth market during the forecast period:

  • Major Expansion in Reimbursement for Telehealth Services
  • Increased Strategic Acquisitions & Collaborations
  • The emergence of Telehealth Robots and Robotic Platforms
  • COVID-19 Pandemic driving demand for Telehealth Services

Base Year:                  2020

Forecast Year:           2021–2026

The study considers the U.S. telehealth market's present scenario and its market dynamics for the period 2020−2026. It covers a detailed overview of several market growth enablers, restraints, and trends. The report offers both the demand and supply aspects of the market. It profiles and examines leading companies and other prominent ones operating in the market.

Prominent Vendors

  • AMD Global Telemedicine
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
    • Key Strengths
    • Key Strategies
    • Key Opportunities
  • American Well
  • BioTelemetry
  • GlobalMedia Group
  • InTouch Health
  • Koninklijke Philips
  • Medtronic
  • Resideo Life Care Solutions
  • Teladoc Health
  • Vivify Health

Other Prominent Vendors

  • AirStrip Technologies
    • Business Overview
    • Product Offerings
  • A&D Company
  • Abbott
  • AgaMatrix
  • AliveCor
  • AT&T
  • athenahealth
  • BIOTRONIK
  • Boston Scientific
  • Biotricity
  • CHI Health
  • Doctor on Demand
  • edgeMED Healthcare
  • eVisit
  • GE Healthcare
  • Genome Medical
  • Graham Healthcare Group
  • Harris Computer
  • HealthTap
  • INOVA
  • iHealth Labs
  • Integrity Urgent Care
  • iSelectMD
  • MedArrive
  • Masimo
  • MDLIVE
  • Medici
  • MeMD
  • MedXCom
  • Mercy Virtual
  • NextGen Healthcare
  • Nines
  • Omron Healthcare
  • PlushCare
  • 98point6
  • SOC Telemed
  • Spacelabs Healthcare
  • THA Group
  • TytoCare
  • Vidyo
  • Vsee
  • virtuwell
  • Vida Health
  • ZIPNOSIS

Modality

  • Real-time Virtual Health
  • Remote Patient Monitoring
  • Store and Forward

Component

  • Service
  • Hardware
  • Software

Application

  • Chronic Care
  • Radiology
  • Mental Health
  • OB/GYN
  • Urgent Care
  • Others

Delivery Mode

  • Web/App-based Telehealth
  • Cloud-based Telehealth
  • On-premise Telehealth

End-user

  • Healthcare Providers
  • Patients & Individuals
  • Employers & Government Organizations
  • Payers

Geography

  • US

1 Research Methodology

2 Research Objectives

3 Research Process

4 Scope & Coverage

4.1 Market Definition

4.1.1 Inclusions

4.1.2 Exclusions

4.2 Base Year

4.3 Scope of The Study

4.3.1 Market Segmentation by Modality

4.3.2 Market Segmentation by Component

4.3.3 Market Segmentation by Delivery Mode

4.3.4 Market Segmentation by End-user

4.3.5 Market Segmentation by Application

5 Report Assumptions & Caveats

5.1 Key Caveats

5.2 Currency Conversion

5.3 Market Derivation

6 Market at a Glance

7 Introduction

7.1 Overview

7.2 US Telehealth Market Snapshot

8 Recent Telehealth Reforms During COVID-19

8.1 Overview

8.2 Recent Medicare Telehealth Reimbursement Reforms

8.2.1 Key Changes in Reimbursement by CMS Enabling Telehealth Implementation

9 Telehealth in Outpatient Settings

9.1 Overview

9.1.1 Reasons for Physicians Adopting Telehealth in Outpatient Settings

9.1.2 Telehealth Usage Among Specialists

10 COVID-19 Impact on Telehealth

10.1 Overview

11 Market Opportunities & Trends

11.1 Reimbursement Expansion For Telehealth Services

11.2 Strategic Acquisitions & Collaborations

11.3 Emergence Of Telehealth Robots & Robotic Platforms

11.4 High Demand For Telehealth Due To COVID-19 Pandemic

12 Market Growth Enablers

12.1 Increasing Demand For Tele-ICUs

12.2 Rise In Telehealth Adoption Among Physicians

12.3 Growing Target Pool Of Patients Requiring Telehealth Services

12.4 Rising mHealth Applications Fueling Telehealth Adoption

12.5 Growing Demand For RPM Platforms & Connected Medical Devices

13 Market Restraints

13.1 Chances Of Misdiagnosis Due To Lack Of Physical Examination

13.2 Uncertainty Over Standard Regulatory Frameworks & Legal Barriers To Telehealth

13.3 Lack Of Standard Interoperability In Telehealth Infrastructure

13.4 Data Security & Privacy Risks Associated With Telehealth

14 Market Landscape

14.1 Market Overview

14.2 Market Size & Forecast

14.3 Five Forces Analysis

14.3.1 Threat of New Entrants

14.3.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers

14.3.3 Bargaining Power of Buyers

14.3.4 Threat of Substitutes

14.3.5 Competitive Rivalry

15 Modality

15.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

15.2 Market Overview

15.3 Real-Time Virtual Health

15.3.1 Market Overview

15.3.2 Market Size & Forecast

15.3.3 Real-time Virtual Health: Segmentation

15.3.4 Video Communication: Market Size & Forecast

15.3.5 Audio Communication: Market Size & Forecast

15.3.6 Chat/E-mail Communication: Market Size & Forecast

15.4 Remote Patient Monitoring

15.4.1 Market Overview

15.4.2 Market Size & Forecast

15.5 Store & Forward

15.5.1 Market Overview

15.5.2 Market Size & Forecast

16 Component

16.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

16.2 Market Overview

16.3 Telehealth Services

16.3.1 Market Overview

16.3.2 Market Size & Forecast

16.4 Hardware

16.4.1 Market Overview

16.4.2 Market Size & Forecast

16.5 Software

16.5.1 Market Overview

16.5.2 Market Size & Forecast

17 Delivery Mode

17.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

17.2 Market Overview

17.3 Web/App-Based Telehealth

17.3.1 Market Overview

17.3.2 Market Size & Forecast

17.4 Cloud-Based Telehealth

17.4.1 Market Overview

17.4.2 Market Size & Forecast

17.5 On-Premise Telehealth

17.5.1 Market Overview

17.5.2 Market Size & Forecast

18 Application

18.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

18.2 Market Overview

18.3 Chronic Care Management

18.3.1 Market Overview

18.3.2 Market Size & Forecast

18.4 Radiology

18.4.1 Market Overview

18.4.2 Market Size & Forecast

18.5 Mental Health/Neurology

18.5.1 Market Overview

18.5.2 Market Size & Forecast

18.6 Obstetrics/Gynecology (OB/GYN) Care

18.6.1 Market Overview

18.6.2 Market Size & Forecast

18.7 Urgent Care

18.7.1 Market Overview

18.7.2 Market Size & Forecast

18.8 Others

18.8.1 Market Overview

18.8.2 Market Size & Forecast

19 End-User

19.1 Market Snapshot & Growth Engine

19.2 Market Overview

19.3 Healthcare Providers

19.3.1 Market Overview

19.3.2 Market Size & Forecast

19.4 Patients

19.4.1 Market Overview

19.4.2 Market Size & Forecast

19.5 Employer Groups & Government Organizations

19.5.1 Market Overview

19.5.2 Market Size & Forecast

19.6 Payers

19.6.1 Market Overview

19.6.2 Market Size & Forecast

20 Competitive Landscape

20.1 Competition Overview

20.2 Market Share Analysis

20.2.1 AMD Global Telehealth

20.2.2 American Well

20.2.3 BioTelemetry

20.2.4 Global Media Group

20.2.5 InTouch Health

20.2.6 Koninklijke Philips

20.2.7 Medtronic

20.2.8 Resideo Life Care Solutions

20.2.9 Vivify Health

20.2.10 Teladoc Health

21 Key Company Profiles

21.1 AMD Global Telemedicine

21.1.1 Business Overview

21.1.2 Product Offerings

21.1.3 Key Strategies

21.1.4 Key Strengths

21.1.5 Key Opportunities

21.2 American Well

21.2.1 Business Overview

21.2.2 Product Offerings

21.2.3 Key Strategies

21.2.4 Key Strengths

21.2.5 Key Opportunities

21.3 Biotelemetry

21.3.1 Business Overview

21.3.2 Product Offerings

21.3.3 Key Strategies

21.3.4 Key Strengths

21.3.5 Key Opportunities

21.4 Globalmedia Group

21.4.1 Business Overview

21.4.2 Product Offerings

21.4.3 Key Strategies

21.4.4 Key Strengths

21.4.5 Key Opportunities

21.5 INTOUCH HEALTH

21.5.1 Business Overview

21.5.2 Product Offerings

21.5.3 Key Strategies

21.5.4 Key Strengths

21.5.5 Key Opportunities

21.6 Koninklijke Philips

21.6.1 Business Overview

21.6.2 Product Offerings

21.6.3 Key Strategies

21.6.4 Key Strengths

21.6.5 Key Opportunities

21.7 Medtronic

21.7.1 Business Overview

21.7.2 Product Offerings

21.7.3 Key Strategies

21.7.4 Key Strengths

21.7.5 Key Opportunities

21.8 Resideo Life Care Solutions

21.8.1 Business Overview

21.8.2 Product Offerings

21.8.3 Key Strategies

21.8.4 Key Strengths

21.8.5 Key Opportunities

21.9 Teladoc Health

21.9.1 Business Overview

21.9.2 Product Offerings

21.9.3 Key Strategies

21.9.4 Key Strengths

21.9.5 Key Opportunities

21.10 Vivify Health

21.10.1 Business Overview

21.10.2 Product Offerings

21.10.3 Key Strategies

21.10.4 Key Strengths

21.10.5 Key Opportunities

22 Other Prominent Vendors

22.1 Airstrip Technologies

22.1.1 Business Overview

22.1.2 Product Offerings

22.2 A&D Company

22.2.1 Business Overview

22.2.2 Product Offerings

22.3 Abbott

22.3.1 Business Overview

22.3.2 Product Offerings

22.4 Agamatrix

22.4.1 Business Overview

22.4.2 Product Offerings

22.5 Alivecor

22.5.1 Business Overview

22.5.2 Product Offerings

22.6 AT&T

22.6.1 Business Overview

22.6.2 Product Offerings

22.7 Athenahealth

22.7.1 Business Overview

22.7.2 Product Offerings

22.8 Biotronik

22.8.1 Business Overview

22.8.2 Product Offerings

22.9 Boston Scientific

22.9.1 Business Overview

22.9.2 Product Offerings

22.10 Biotricity

22.10.1 Business Overview

22.10.2 Product Offerings

22.11 CHI Health

22.11.1 Business Overview

22.11.2 Product Offerings

22.12 Doctor on Demand

22.12.1 Business Overview

22.12.2 Product Offerings

22.13 Edgemed Healthcare

22.13.1 Business Overview

22.13.2 Product Offerings

22.14 EVISIT

22.14.1 Business Overview

22.14.2 Product Offerings

22.15 GE Healthcare

22.15.1 Business Overview

22.15.2 Product Offerings

22.16 Genome Medical

22.16.1 Business Overview

22.16.2 Product Offerings

22.17 Graham Healthcare Group

22.17.1 Business Overview

22.17.2 Product Offerings

22.18 Harris Computer

22.18.1 Business Overview

22.18.2 Product Offerings

22.19 Healthtap

22.19.1 Business Overview

22.19.2 Product Offerings

22.20 Inova

22.20.1 Business Overview

22.20.2 Product Offerings

22.21 Ihealth Labs

22.21.1 Business Overview

22.21.2 Product Offerings

22.22 Integrity Urgent Care

22.22.1 Business Overview

22.22.2 Product Offerings

22.23 iSelectMD

22.23.1 Business Overview

22.23.2 Product Offerings

22.24 MedArrive

22.24.1 Business Overview

22.24.2 Product Offerings

22.25 MASIMO

22.25.1 Business Overview

22.25.2 Product Offerings

22.26 MDLIVE

22.26.1 Business Overview

22.26.2 Product Offerings

22.27 Medici

22.27.1 Business Overview

22.27.2 Product Offerings

22.28 MEMD

22.28.1 Business Overview

22.28.2 Product Offerings

22.29 MEDXCOM

22.29.1 Business Overview

22.29.2 Product Offerings

22.30 Mercy Virtual

22.30.1 Business Overview

22.30.2 Product Offerings

22.31 Nextgen Healthcare

22.31.1 Business Overview

22.31.2 Product Offerings

22.32 NINES

22.32.1 Business Overview

22.32.2 Product Offerings

22.33 Omron Healthcare

22.33.1 Business Overview

22.33.2 Product Offerings

22.34 Plushcare

22.34.1 Business Overview

22.34.2 Product Offerings

22.35 98POINT6

22.35.1 Business Overview

22.35.2 Product Offerings

22.36 SOC Telemed

22.36.1 Business Overview

22.36.2 Product Offerings

22.37 Spacelabs Healthcare

22.37.1 Business Overview

22.37.2 Product Offerings

22.38 THA Group

22.38.1 Business Overview

22.38.2 Product Offerings

22.39 Tytocare

22.39.1 Business Overview

22.39.2 Product Offerings

22.40 Vidyo

22.40.1 Business Overview

22.40.2 Product Offerings

22.41 VSEE

22.41.1 Business Overview

22.41.2 Product Offerings

22.42 Virtuwell

22.42.1 Business Overview

22.42.2 Product Offerings

22.43 Vida Health

22.43.1 Business Overview

22.43.2 Product Offerings

22.44 Zipnosis

22.44.1 Business Overview

22.44.2 Product Offerings

23 Report Summary

23.1 Key Takeaways

23.2 Strategic Recommendations

24 Quantitative Summary

24.1 Market By Application

24.2 Market By End-User

24.3 Market By Mode Of Delivery

24.4 Market By Component

24.5 Market By Modality

25 Appendix

25.1 Abbreviations

List of Exhibits 

Exhibit 1             Segmentation of Telehealth Market in US

Exhibit 2             Market Size Calculation Approach 2020

Exhibit 3             Efficiency of Telehealth Applications in Healthcare

Exhibit 4             Telehealth Dimensions and Stakeholders

Exhibit 5             Measures Taken to Increase Telehealth Access

Exhibit 6             Major Changes to Coverage Restrictions for Medicare Coverage During COVID-19

Exhibit 7             Clinician Willingness to Adopt Video Visits 2015 & 2019 Comparison

Exhibit 8             Clinician Willingness to Adopt Video Visits by Age Group

Exhibit 9             Specialists' Willingness to Adopt Telehealth

Exhibit 10           Impact of Reimbursement Expansion for Telehealth Services

Exhibit 11           Impact of Strategic Acquisitions & Collaborations

Exhibit 12           Impact of Emergence of Telehealth Robots & Robotic Platforms

Exhibit 13           Impact of High Demand for Telehealth Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

Exhibit 14           Consumer Shift in Usage of Telehealth During and Before COVID-19 Pandemic

Exhibit 15           Provider Shift in Usage of Telehealth During and Before COVID-19 Pandemic

Exhibit 16           Impact of Increasing Demand for Tele-ICUs

Exhibit 17           Intensivist Demand in US

Exhibit 18           Impact of Rise in Telehealth Adoption Among Physicians

Exhibit 19           Increase in Adoption of Telehealth Among Physicians

Exhibit 20           Gender-wise Adoption of Telehealth Among Physicians

Exhibit 21           Impact of Growing Target Pool of Patients Requiring Telehealth Services

Exhibit 22           Impact of Rising mHealth Applications Fueling Telehealth Adoption

Exhibit 23           Impact of Growing Demand for RPM Platforms & Connected Medical Devices

Exhibit 24           Impact of Chances of Misdiagnosis due to Lack of Physical Examination

Exhibit 25           Impact of Uncertainty Over Standard Regulatory Frameworks & Legal Barriers to Telehealth

Exhibit 26           Lack of Standard Interoperability in Telehealth Infrastructure

Exhibit 27           Impact of Data Security & Privacy Risks Associated with Telehealth

Exhibit 28           Adoption of Telehealth in US Hospitals

Exhibit 29           Adoption of Remote Patient Monitoring Capabilities in US

Exhibit 30           US Telehealth Market 2020–2026 ($ billion)

Exhibit 31           Telehealth Market in US by Modality

Exhibit 32           Telehealth Market in US by Modality

Exhibit 33           Telehealth Market in US by Delivery

Exhibit 34           Telehealth Market in US by Application

Exhibit 35           Telehealth Market in US by End-User

Exhibit 36           Five Forces Analysis 2020

Exhibit 37           Incremental Growth by Modality 2020 & 2026

Exhibit 38           Telehealth Market in US by Modality

Exhibit 39           Telehealth Market in US by Modality: Incremental Growth

Exhibit 40           Telehealth Market in US by Modality: Absolute Growth

Exhibit 41           US Real-Time Virtual Health Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 42           Major Reasons for Using Video Visits Among US Consumers

Exhibit 43           US Real-Time Virtual Health Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 44           US Real-time Virtual Health Market

Exhibit 45           Key Benefits of Video Communication in Telehealth

Exhibit 46           US Real-time Video Communication Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 47           US Real-time Video Communication Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 48           US Real-Time Audio Communication Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 49           US Real-time Audio Communication Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 50           US Real-Time Chat/E-Mail Communication Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 51           Key Benefits of Chat/E-mail Communication

Exhibit 52           US Real-time Chat/E-mail Communication Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 53           US Telehealth RPM Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 54           US Telehealth RPM Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 55           US Telehealth Store & Forward Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 56           US Telehealth Store & Forward Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 57           Incremental Growth by Component 2020 & 2026

Exhibit 58           Telehealth Market in US by Component

Exhibit 59           Telehealth Market in US by Component: Incremental Growth

Exhibit 60           Telehealth Market in US by Component: Absolute Growth

Exhibit 61           US Telehealth Services Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 62           US Telehealth Services Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 63           US Telehealth Hardware Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 64           US Telehealth Hardware Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 65           US Telehealth Software Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 66           US Telehealth Software Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 67           Incremental Growth by Delivery Mode 2020 & 2026

Exhibit 68           Telehealth Market in US by Delivery Mode

Exhibit 69           Telehealth Market in US by Delivery Mode: Incremental Growth

Exhibit 70           Telehealth Market in US by Delivery Mode: Absolute Growth

Exhibit 71           US Web/App-based Telehealth Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 72           US Web/App-based Telehealth Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 73           US Cloud-Based Telehealth Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 74           US Cloud-based Telehealth Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 75           US On-Premise Telehealth Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 76           US On-Premise Telehealth Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 77           Incremental Growth by Application 2020 & 2026

Exhibit 78           Telehealth Market in US by Application

Exhibit 79           Telehealth Market in US by Application: Incremental Growth

Exhibit 80           Telehealth Market in US by Application: Absolute Growth

Exhibit 81           US Telehealth Chronic Care Management Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 82           Comparing Telehealth In-person Doctor Visits (2020)

Exhibit 83           US Telehealth Chronic Care Management Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 84           US Telehealth Radiology Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 85           US Telehealth Radiology Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 86           US Telehealth Mental Health Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 87           US Telehealth Mental Health Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 88           US Telehealth OB/GYN Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 89           US Telehealth OB/GYN Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 90           US Telehealth Urgent Care Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 91           US Telehealth Urgent Care Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 92           US Other Telehealth Application Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 93           US Other Telehealth Application Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 94           Incremental Growth by End-user 2020 & 2026

Exhibit 95           Telehealth Market in US by End-user

Exhibit 96           Telehealth Market in US by End-user: Incremental Growth

Exhibit 97           Telehealth Market in US by End-user: Absolute Growth

Exhibit 98           US Telehealth Healthcare Providers Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 99           Application of Telehealth by Healthcare Providers in Emergency Departments (%)

Exhibit 100        US Telehealth Healthcare Providers Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 101        US Telehealth Patient Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 102        US Telehealth Patient Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 103        US Telehealth Employer Group & Government Organizations Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 104        US Telehealth Employer Groups & Govt Organizations Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 105        US Telehealth Payers Market: Incremental & Absolute Growth

Exhibit 106        US Telehealth Payers Market 2020–2026 ($ million)

Exhibit 107        BioTelemetry: Revenue 2017−2019 ($ million)

Exhibit 108        BioTelemetry: R&D Expenditure 2017−2019 ($ million)

Exhibit 109        BioTelemetry: Revenue by Segment 2018 & 2019 ($ million)

Exhibit 110        Koninklijke Philips: Revenue 2018−2020 ($ million)

Exhibit 111        Koninklijke Philips: R&D Expenditure 2018−2020 ($ million)

Exhibit 112        Koninklijke Philips: Revenue by Geography 2020 (%)

Exhibit 113        Medtronic: Revenue 2018−2020 ($ million)

Exhibit 114        Medtronic: R&D Expenditure 2018−2020 ($ million)

Exhibit 115        Medtronic: Revenue by Segment 2018−2020 ($ million)

Exhibit 116        Medtronic: Revenue by Geography 2020 (%)

Exhibit 117        Teladoc Health Revenue 2018−2020 ($ million)

             

             

List of Tables    

Table 1               Key Caveats

Table 2               Currency Conversion 2013−2020

Table 3               Type of Telehealth Service & Related HCPCS/CPT Code

Table 4               Application of Telehealth in Various Therapy Areas

Table 5               Usage of Telehealth Prior to & After COVID-19 Onset

Table 6               Successful Telehealth Utilization During COVID-19 Pandemic

Table 7               New National Payment Rates for Three RPM Codes

Table 8               Major Acquisitions & Collaboration Agreements in Telehealth Market in US

Table 9               Comparison of Current & Future ICUs

Table 10             Top Ten Specialities Using Telehealth in 2020

Table 11             Potential In-Person Clinic Visits That Can be Replaced with Virtual Health

Table 12             Few Telehealth Hardware Devices Offered by Vendors

Table 13             Few Telehealth Software Offered by Vendors

Table 14             Competitive Structure Analysis of Telehealth Market in US

Table 15             AMD Global Telemedicine: Major Product Offerings

Table 16             American Well: Major Product Offerings

Table 17             BioTelemetry: Major Product Offerings

Table 18             GlobalMedia Group: Major Product Offerings

Table 19             InTouch Health: Major Product Offerings

Table 20             Koninklijke Philips: Major Product Offerings

Table 21             Medtronic: Major Product Offerings

Table 22             Resideo Life Care Solutions: Major Product Offerings

Table 23             Teledoc Health: Major Product Offerings

Table 24             Vivify Health: Major Product Offerings

Table 25             AirStrip Technologies: Major Product Offerings

Table 26             A&D Company: Major Product Offerings

Table 27             Abbott: Major Product Offerings

Table 28             AgaMatrix: Major Product Offerings

Table 29             AliveCor: Major Product Offerings

Table 30             AT&T: Major Product Offerings

Table 31             athenahealth: Major Product Offerings

Table 32             BIOTRONIK: Major Product Offerings

Table 33             Boston Scientific: Major Product Offerings

Table 34             Biotricity: Major Product Offerings

Table 35             CHI Health: Major Product Offerings

Table 36             Doctor on Demand: Major Product Offerings

Table 37             edgeMED Healthcare: Major Product Offerings

Table 38             eVisit: Major Product Offerings

Table 39             GE Healthcare: Major Product Offerings

Table 40             Genome Medical: Major Product Offerings

Table 41             Graham Healthcare Group: Major Product Offerings

Table 42             Harris Computer: Major Product Offerings

Table 43             HealthTap: Major Product Offerings

Table 44             INOVA: Major Product Offerings

Table 45             iHealth Labs: Major Product Offerings

Table 46             Integrity Urgent Care: Major Product Offerings

Table 47             iSelectMD: Major Product Offerings

Table 48             MedArrive: Major Product Offerings

Table 49             Masimo: Major Product Offerings

Table 50             MDLIVE: Major Product Offerings

Table 51             Medici: Major Product Offerings

Table 52             MeMD: Major Product Offerings

Table 53             MedXCom: Major Product Offerings

Table 54             Mercy Virtual: Major Product Offerings

Table 55             NextGen Healthcare: Major Product Offerings

Table 56             Nines: Major Product Offerings

Table 57             Omron Healthcare: Major Product Offerings

Table 58             PlushCare: Major Product Offerings

Table 59             98point6: Major Product Offerings

Table 60             SOC Telemed: Major Product Offerings

Table 61             Spacelabs Healthcare: Major Product Offerings

Table 62             THA Group: Major Product Offerings

Table 63             TytoCare: Major Product Offerings

Table 64             Vidyo: Major Product Offerings

Table 65             Vsee: Major Product Offerings

Table 66             virtuwell: Major Product Offerings

Table 67             Vida Health: Major Product Offerings

Table 68             ZIPNOSIS: Major Product Offerings

Table 69             Telehealth Market in US by Application 2020−2026 ($ million)

Table 70             Telehealth Market in US by Application 2020−2026 ($ million)

Table 71             Telehealth Market in US by End-user 2020−2026 ($ million)

Table 72             Telehealth Market in US by End-user 2020−2026 ($ million)

Table 73             Telehealth Market in US by Mode of Delivery 2020−2026 ($ million)

Table 74             Telehealth Market in US by Mode of Delivery 2020−2026 ($ million)

Table 75             Telehealth Market in US by Component 2020−2026 ($ million)

Table 76             Telehealth Market in US by Component 2020−2026 ($ million)

Table 77             Telehealth Market in US by Modality 2020−2026 ($ million)

Table 78             Telehealth Market in US by Modality 2020−2026 ($ million)

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