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The $300bn COVID digital health dividend

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Our detailed analytical model of 217 digital healthcare markets shows that the COVID pandemic has accelerated the global market four years ahead of its prior trajectory. This means that telcos and others seeking to support this welcome acceleration, and thereby grow valuable new businesses, should boost their plans now.

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Description

Format: PDF filePages: 52 pagesCharts: 40Author: Amy CameronPublication Date: April 2021

Table of Contents

  • Executive Summary
  • The COVID digital health dividend
  • Which digital health applications are driving cost savings?
  • What should telcos do?
  • What next?
  • Introduction
  • Why healthcare?
  • How is COVID changing healthcare delivery?
  • Forecast methodology
  • What are these forecasts for?
  • How do we measure cost savings from digital health?
  • Bottom-up country level analysis
  • Definitions and assumptions for 12 digital health use cases
  • Expanding from our core countries to a global forecast
  • What next
  • Global view: COVID accelerates digital health adoption by four years
  • The global picture
  • Global view of remote monitoring applications
  • Global view of virtual care applications
  • Global view of diagnostics & triage applications
  • Global view of data & analytics applications
  • Deep dive on five reference countries
  • Comparing our five reference countries
  • UK: Diagnostics and triage drive cost savings
  • USA: Chronic disease management drives cost savings
  • Canada: Virtual care is crucial to overcoming long distances
  • China and India: Increased healthcare spending and access drive growth
  • Appendix
  • World with COVID real costs scenario analysis
  • Data sources

Table of Figures

  • Figure 1: Digital health is among telcos’ top investment priorities in 2021
  • Figure 2: Five digital health application areas for telcos
  • Figure 3: Total modelled healthcare costs, globally
  • Figure 4: Total modelled cost savings compared with flat digital health penetration
  • Figure 5: Regional breakdown of COVID impact on digital health
  • Figure 6: Global COVID digital health dividend breakdown by application area
  • Figure 7: Total costs of healthcare services impacted by remote monitoring
  • Figure 8: The COVID digital health dividend in five remote monitoring use cases
  • Figure 9: Total costs of healthcare services impacted by virtual care solutions
  • Figure 10: Cost of a virtual GP consultation as a % of an in-person consultation
  • Figure 11: The COVID digital health dividend in three virtual care use cases
  • Figure 12: Total costs of triage and diagnostics in delivery of healthcare services
  • Figure 13: A global map of travel time to healthcare with motorised transport
  • Figure 14: COVID digital health dividend in diagnostics and triage
  • Figure 15: Total costs of healthcare services impacted by population data & analytics
  • Figure 16: The COVID digital health dividend in data and analytics
  • Figure 17: Comparison of total modelled costs with COVID in five reference countries
  • Figure 18: Healthcare spending per capita, 2019
  • Figure 19: COVID digital health dividend in Canada, China, India, UK and US
  • Figure 20: COVID digital health dividend as % of total costs
  • Figure 21: UK COVID digital health dividend breakdown by application area
  • Figure 22: COVID impact on use of healthcare services in triage and diagnostics
  • Figure 23: Top 10 digital health technologies and their projected impact on the NHS workforce from 2020 to 2040
  • Figure 24: UK total modelled healthcare costs
  • Figure 25: UK total modelled cost savings compared with flat digital health penetration
  • Figure 26: US COVID digital health dividend breakdown by application area
  • Figure 27: US breakdown of COVID digital health dividend across five remote monitoring use cases
  • Figure 28: Penetration rates and associated cost savings from remote monitoring for chronic disease management in the US
  • Figure 29: US total modelled healthcare costs
  • Figure 30: US total modelled cost savings compared with flat digital health penetration
  • Figure 31: Canada COVID digital health dividend breakdown by application area
  • Figure 32: Canada penetration of various digital health applications
  • Figure 33: Canada total modelled healthcare costs
  • Figure 34: Canada total modelled cost savings compared with flat digital health penetration
  • Figure 35: China total modelled healthcare costs
  • Figure 36: China COVID digital health dividend by application area
  • Figure 37: Ping An Good Doctor’s online medical services revenues and profits
  • Figure 38: India total modelled healthcare costs
  • Figure 39: India COVID digital health dividend by application area
  • Figure 40: Total modelled costs globally, comparison of two “With COVID” cost scenarios

Technologies and industry terms referenced include: AI, analytics, business models, covid, digital health, Forecast, Healthcare, model, remote monitoring, virtual care