LONDON, June 22 Across Europe, governments have realized the need to introduce remote monitoring into the mainstream of healthcare services. Currently, the market experiences heavy investment regarding the development of various patient monitoring systems using information and communication technology and enabling the remote monitoring of a patient. The European Healthcare sector seems finally ready to embrace the synchronization of information and communication technology with regular patient monitoring, which is proven by an innumerable variety of pilot projects and research programs.
The United Kingdom is at the forefront of technology innovation, leading the way for other countries in terms of awareness, investments and adoption rate. Even though the latter is still low in other European countries, the rate of adoption is continuously growing across the continent. With increased funding from governments and the number of the aged population on the rise, remote patient monitoring is expected to witness a huge demand in the mainstream market as well.
On Thursday, 1st July 2010, at 3 p.m. BST Frost & Sullivan will host a complimentary analyst briefing on the potential of the European Remote Patient Monitoring Market. Research Associate Somsainathan C. Kamalasekar, will present an analysis of current trends, key challenges, drivers and restraints, significant market developments and the road ahead.
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This web conference will benefit service providers, research and healthcare organizations, distributors, equipment vendors as well as physicians by discussing various factors influencing the market and highlighting the emerging trends.
"Increasing hospital expenses and the surge to adopt information and communication technology in our daily lives is expected to drive the demand for the remote patient monitoring market," believes Mr. Kamalasekar. In order to improve healthcare quality outside of hospitals, governments have realized that the funding of research programs will help improve the demand for remote monitoring systems in Europe. Though remote monitoring has not gained a foothold in the European market yet, there are innumerable activities on the research and development front. "With the remote patient monitoring market in its early stage of market development, this clearly paves the way for high growth in the future," Mr. Kamalasekar concludes.
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