Internet-of-Medical-Things Market Exhibits a Stunning Growth Potentials | LifeFuels, GENERAL ELECTRIC, CARRE TECHNOLOGIES

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The IoMT brings together the digital and physical worlds to improve the speed and accuracy of diagnosis and treatments and monitor and modify patient behaviour and health status in real-time. It also improves health care organisations’ operational productivity and effectiveness by streamlining clinical processes, information and workflows. According to expertise, IoMT market at USD 41.2 billion in 2017 and expects it to rise to USD 158.1 billion in 2022. The connected medical devices segment (helping to diagnose, monitor and treat patients) of the IoMT is expected to rise from USD 14.9 billion in 2017 to USD 52.2 billion by 2022. The rise of the IoMT comes at a time when health care is becoming increasingly expensive, with global health care spending expected to grow 4.2 per cent per year, from USD 7.1 trillion in 2015 to USD 8.7 trillion by 2020, largely due to a growing and ageing population, with more people living longer but with multiple comorbidities. As a result, without radical transformation, health care in many countries risks becoming increasingly unaffordable.


Market Trend

  • High Adoption due to Real-Time Monitoring
  • Growing Demand for Remote Medical Assistance


Market Drivers

  • Increasing adoption of wearable devices and real-time healthcare service provision with the adoption of IoMT
  • Cutback on expenditure incurred by patients due to a reduction of visitation to the physician



  • High Adoption From Developing and Developed Countries
  • Technological Advancement associated with Internet-of-Medical-Things



  • The growing concerns regarding the privacy of data amid growing levels of hacking and unauthorized access



  • The Issues associated with the lack of infrastructure and requirement of skilled professionals

Competitive Analysis:
Leading companies are focusing on innovation in production technology to improve efficiency and shelf life to overcome COVID19 Outbreak Impact. The best long-term growth opportunities in this sector can be captured by ensuring financial flexibility to invest in continuous process improvement and optimal strategies. Company profile sections such as LifeFuels Inc. (United States), GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY (United States), CARRÉ TECHNOLOGIES INC. (Canada), Breathometer Inc. (United States), Medtronic (Ireland), Meru Health, Inc. (United States), Boston Scientific Corporation (United States), Atlas Wearables, Inc. (United States), Proteus Digital Health (United States), NeuroMetrix, Inc. (United States) and Honeywell International Inc. (United States)  include legal names, websites, headquarters, market locations, historical background and market information (including market cap / sales and contact information) And other basic information. Each player / manufacturer revenue figure, growth rate, and gross margin are provided in an easy-to-understand table format over the past five years and are provided as separate sections for recent developments such as mergers, acquisitions, or launch of new products / services.

Research objectives:

  • Post COVID Analysis on growth & market size (growth potential, opportunities, drivers, industry-specific challenges and risks).
  • To study and analyze the Internet-of-Medical-ThingsMarket size by key regions/countries, product type and application, history data from 2019 to 2025, and forecast to 2025.
  • To understand the structure of Internet-of-Medical-ThingsMarket by identifying its various sub segments.
  • Focuses on the key Internet-of-Medical-ThingsMarket players, to define, describe and analyze the value, market share, market competition landscape, SWOT analysis and development plans in next few years.
  • To analyze the Internet-of-Medical-ThingsMarket with respect to individual growth trends, future prospects, and their contribution to the total market.
  • To analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches and acquisitions in the market to better understand Pre and Post COVID scenario.

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The titled segments and Market Data BreakDownare illuminated below:

Type (Smart Wearable Devices, Home-Use Medical Devices, Point-Of-Care Kits), Application (Real-Time Monitoring, End-to-End Connectivity, Data Assortment & Analysis, Tracking & Alerts, Remote Medical Assistance), Deployment Mode (On-Premise Based Services, Cloud-Based Services), End User (Hospitals & Clinics, Research Institutes & Academics, Homecare) 

Research Parameter/ Research Methodology
Primary Research:
Key sources are industry professionals in the Internet-of-Medical-Things industry, including management organizations, processing organizations, and analytics service providers that manage the value chain of industry organizations. As survey are restricted due to lockdown worldwide, out team of Analyst are collecting and certifying qualitative and quantitative information through extensive primary research process via LinkedIn, Email communication, Survey Monkey and Industry forum to acquire relevant information  from industry experts such as CEOs, vice presidents, directors, technology and innovation experts, founders and key executives from several of the industry’s leading Internet-of-Medical-Thingscompanies and organizations.

Secondary Research:
Secondary research studies critical information about the industrial value chain, core pool of people, and applications. We also helped market segmentation and key information with the help of Annual reports, press releases, analyst & conference call transcripts.

In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Internet-of-Medical-Thingsare as follows:
History Year: 2014-2019
Base Year: 2019
Estimated Year: 2020
Forecast Year 2020 to 2025

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Table of Content: Covid-19 Impact On Internet-of-Medical-Things Market:

  1. Study Scope

1.1      Internet-of-Medical-Things Market Competition by Manufacturers (Market Share, Y-o-Y Growth, Market Revenue, Rank)

1.2      Market Concentration

1.3      Comparative Market Share Analysis (Leaders and Emerging Players) [2018-2019]

1.2 Internet-of-Medical-Things Market Characteristics        

1.3 Internet-of-Medical-Things Market Scenario by Region

1.4      Internet-of-Medical-Things Market Segmentation

1.4.1   Internet-of-Medical-Things Historic Market Analysis by Type

1.4.2   Internet-of-Medical-Things Historic Market Analysis by Application

1.4.3   Internet-of-Medical-Things Historic Market Analysis By ………….

       1.4.4.     Internet-of-Medical-Things Historic Market Analysis by ………….


  1. Market Company Profiles

2.1 Overview

2.2 Production & Services (2018-2025)

2.3 Financial Performance (2018-2025)

2.4 Strategy

  1. Future & Forecast Data
  2. Market Opportunities, Challenges, Risks and Influences Factors Analysis (2019-2025)
  3. Internet-of-Medical-Things Manufacturing Cost Analysis
  4. Internet-of-Medical-Things Value Chain and Sales Channels Analysis
  5. Internet-of-Medical-Things Marketing Channel, Distributors and Customers; Post COVID Analysis…
  6. Internet-of-Medical-Things Value Chain and Sales Channels Analysis (2018-2025)
  7. Internet-of-Medical-Things Research Finding and Conclusion
  8. Internet-of-Medical-Things Methodology and Data Source

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