DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “U.S. Remote Patient Monitoring Market – Industry Outlook & Forecast 2023-2028” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The U.S. remote patient monitoring market is expected to reach a value of $25.28 billion by 2028 from $13.4 billion in 2022, growing at a CAGR of 11.16% from 2022 to 2028
Advances in Remote Patient Monitoring Technology
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the growth of the U.S. remote patient monitoring market and has caught the attention of many medical professionals. Recently, IoT-enabled monitoring devices have added offering more functionalities to RPM. By combining AI with the Internet of Things (IoT) and RPM, healthcare organizations and practitioners can better serve their patients and provide opportunities for improved healthcare outcomes.
Increasing Demand for Wireless Patient Monitoring at Home
Over the last few years, home patient monitoring has become a standard of care among adult patients that require a long-term alternative to hospital-based care. The trend toward using a wireless patient monitoring system to monitor vital signs continues to grow.
Among many benefits being brought to the healthcare service by wireless patient monitoring is the facility to escalate home care for both chronic and acute conditions. The emergence of new technologies and capabilities makes taking care of one at home possible.
Increasing Focus on Developing Software & Apps for RPM by Manufacturers
Increasing focus on developing software and apps specifically for remote patient monitoring (RPM) by manufacturers is an innovative way to improve and simplify the management of health conditions in both private and public healthcare settings. This ensures that care providers have access to accurate and secure data collected from patients tracked remotely through wearables and connected devices.
Manufacturers in the U.S. remote patient monitoring market are investing in this trend by creating apps and software solutions that offer customizable and secure data-driven solutions for RPM. These solutions range from automated patient feedback protocols to machine learning algorithms that better track patient data and behavior.
The Growing Use of RPM to Monitor & Improve Patient Engagement
Remote patient monitoring (RPM) uses technology to collect, transmit, and review patient-generated data outside the traditional medical care setting. It allows healthcare providers to remotely monitor patients and gain insight into their physical state without having them physically present for a physical check-up.
RPM can also detect changes in a patient’s condition before they become obvious to the patient and help healthcare providers provide better, more personalized, and timely care. Through RPM, healthcare providers can keep track of patients’ medical conditions in real-time and monitor them from a distance. It enables clinicians to identify potentially serious illnesses early and intervene with appropriate treatment.
Growing Use of Mobile Technologies & Smart Devices in RPM
Remote patient monitoring uses smartphones, tablets, and other devices to track patient health information constantly. It enables healthcare providers to track a wide range of vital signs such as heart rate, blood pressure, respiratory rate, and body temperature, allowing them to monitor patients from the comfort of their homes.
With the growing use of mobile technology, remote patient monitoring can be done on the go. This improves access to care for remote populations and increases efficiency in healthcare delivery. Additionally, it enables real-time remote monitoring of those with chronic illnesses, allowing for timely intervention to prevent further health complications. Mobile technology also ensures data accuracy and consistency, which is critical for effective decision-making and patient care.
INSIGHTS BY COMPONENT
The U.S. remote patient monitoring market by component is segmented into services, devices & software. In 2022, the software segment accounted for the largest share of the market.
Service in the remote patient monitoring market involves using telemetric technology to monitor and collect patient health data from a remote location. This technology allows medical professionals to monitor their patient’s health without requiring them to enter a physical medical facility. These services provide access to real-time patient health data, such as blood pressure, blood glucose levels, body temperature, and heart rate.
In addition, telemetry technology can also be used to send alerts if an unusual change in vital signs is detected, allowing medical professionals to intervene quickly. This technology allows medical professionals to provide the best care for patients while they are away from the hospital and allows for earlier interventions when needed.
INSIGHTS BY APPLICATION
The cardiovascular diseases application segment held the largest U.S. remote patient monitoring market share in 2022, accounting for over 39%. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 11 million patients in the US suffer from cardiac dysrhythmia or arrhythmias.
An increase in the prevalence of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) is one of the factors driving the demand for cardiac monitoring devices. Remote cardiac monitoring has become the norm for patients with heart diseases, especially using implantable cardiac devices. With easy access to real-time telemetry data, cardiologists can determine if a condition represents an emergency illness and create an essentially virtual hospital. In addition, a quarter of health agencies report that RPM reduces visits and readmissions to emergency rooms.
Further, the increased use of remote cardiac monitors to improve the detection of hypertension has been the focus of intense research activity in recent years. Remote cardiac monitors provide a viable solution for detecting hypertension at home without cumbersome and intrusive devices and procedures.
INSIGHTS BY END-USER
The U.S. remote patient monitoring market by end-user is segmented into hospitals, home healthcare settings, ambulatory care settings, and long-term care centers. The hospital’s segment accounted for the largest share and dominated the segment.
The U.S. healthcare system and hospitals plan to improve outcomes and reduce costs through remote patient monitoring (RPM) technology. Hospital settings dominate cardiac monitoring equipment and are the initial point of contact for patients with health challenges. Patients with a history of cardiac arrhythmia are typically treated in hospitals.
For the monitoring of CVDs, hospitals have the most up-to-date machines and technology. Though healthcare practitioners are always looking for ways to reduce patients’ time in the hospital, the COVID-19 epidemic has increased pressure on physicians to minimize contact time even more to avoid virus exposure.
The southern region accounted for 41% of the U.S. remote patient monitoring market in 2022 and dominated the market. The use of remote patient monitoring in Texas has steadily increased over the past few years. This technology is now being implemented in healthcare organizations across the state to help monitor, manage, and provide patient care more efficiently and effectively.
The emergence of remote patient monitoring technology and its steady increase in usage in Texas reflects the state’s commitment to providing improved patient care. Remote patient monitoring has been instrumental in cutting costs, as it allows for fewer hospital and clinic visits, thus decreasing the likelihood of patient complications due to prolonged exposure and wait times in an unfamiliar setting.
|No. of Pages||249|
|Forecast Period||2022 – 2028|
|Estimated Market Value (USD) in 2022||$13.4 Billion|
|Forecasted Market Value (USD) by 2028||$25.28 Billion|
|Compound Annual Growth Rate||11.1%|
|Regions Covered||United States|
Market Opportunities & Trends
- Advances in Remote Patient Monitoring Technology
- Increasing Demand for Wireless Patient Monitoring at Home
- Rise of Virtual Clinical Trials
- AI & IoT Drives RPM Adoption
- Telemedicine Ushering New Opportunities for Remote Monitoring
Market Growth Enablers
- Increasing Focus on Developing Software & Apps for RPM by Manufacturers
- Aging Population & Chronic Disorders Augmenting Continuous Monitoring Demand
- Increasing Innovations in Wearable Technology
- Growing Use of RPM to Monitor & Improve Patient Engagement
- Growing Use of Mobile Technologies & Smart Devices in RPM
- Regulatory Variations Across US
- Lack of Data Accuracy
- Threat from Healthcare Frauds
- Accessibility or Connectivity Obstacles With Patients
Key Company Profiles
- AMD Global Telemedicine
- GE Healthcare
- Koninklijke Philips
- Teledoc Health
- Vivify Health
Other Prominent Vendors
- ACL Digital
- Boston Scientific
- Datos Health
- Dragerwerk AG
- F.Hoffmann-La Roche
- GrandCare Systems
- Health Recovery Solutions
- Hinge Health
- Honeywell International
- iHealth Unified Care
- iRhythm Technologies
- Limber Health
- NIHON KOHDEN
- OSI Systems
- Resideo Technologies
- Ventricle Health
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