The Global Big Data spending in healthcare market is turning a number of heads as a result of the dawn of personalized healthcare systems, and rising demand for high quality healthcare services.
The rapid changes in healthcare systems due to technological and pharmacological advancements has led to the increase in healthcare costs and hence increasing the scope for healthcare market. Insurance companies are coming up with various health insurance plans ranging to cover a single person to a family as a whole.
The big data spending in healthcare market was $xx million in 2017 with a growth rate of xx% from the year 2013 to 2017, and is projected to touch $xx million by the year 2023 with the annual growth rate of xx% from 2018 to 2023.
The major factors in pushing the big data spending in healthcare include the notable rise in demand of financial analytics in healthcare, increasing demand for exploring unstructured and structured data present in healthcare industry. Availability and adoption of big data software and new tech for data analytics in healthcare market.
The report focuses on the following regions
Asia and Pacific
Middle East and Africa
These countries in these regions are United States, China, Japan, India, Korea, ASEAN, Germany, France, UK, Italy, Spain, CIS, and Brazil etc.
The heart of the report is the outlook and status for major applications.
The competitors segment, the report incorporates global players such as Dell, HP, IBM, SAP, CareFusion, Cerner, Abzooba, Fintellix, EMC, Indix, GNS Healthcare, Google, Humedica, Microsoft, McKesson, Palantir, Philips Healthcare, PwC, SAS Institute, Siemens, Sogeti Healthc et al.
The info for each competitor includes:- Company Profile; Main Business Information; SWOT Analysis; Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin; Market Share.