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|April 9, 2014 02:10 PM EDT||
DALLAS, April 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Under the impetus of multiple favorable policies and market demand, China's medical informatization industry has entered a rapid development stage in recent years. As of the first half of 2013, management information system has been basically established in China's first- and second-class hospitals, where the clinical management information system construction has also got into the late stage, some have embarked on regional healthcare information system.
However, with a shortage supply of funds and resources, most third-class or lower-level Chinese hospitals are still in the construction phase of management information system, and some are only getting started.
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According to CHIMA's sampling survey on 1,067 hospitals nationwide, as of the first half of 2013, hospitals where in-patient nurse workstation system, ward doctor workstation system and out-patient doctor workstation system have been established represent the largest proportion, respectively 69.0%, 59.1% and 51.6%, while those with intensive care information system and clinical decision support system account for the minimum i.e. 13.0% and 14.0%, respectively.
China's healthcare IT market size grew at a CAGR of 21.7% in 2007-2012, reaching RMB20.6 billion in 2013. According to the NHFPC's 12th-Five-Year Informatization Promotion Arrangements, China's medical informatization construction carried out in 2012-2013 is principally a gradual "point-to-area" process, followed by a comprehensive promotion in 2014-2015. It is expected that its healthcare IT market size will grow at a CAGR of about 25% in 2013-2016.
With low concentration, there is a small number of cross-regional national healthcare software enterprises in the Chinese medical informatization market, and mainly dominated by domestic-funded enterprises such as Winning Software, Neusoft Group, DHC Software and Tianjian Technology on account of localization issues, early-stage disorderly competition, etc..
However, in the PACS field with a higher degree of standardization, GE, Carestream, Agfa and other foreign companies still occupy important market. Moreover, international IT giants like IBM, NEC, Intel and HP have also penetrated in the Chinese medical informatization market through cooperation with local enterprises, e.g. IBM developed IBM cloud computing architecture-based regional health information solution with Tianjian Technology in 2010; IBM Healthcare Solutions and Yonyou Healthcare jointly set up a laboratory in 2011 and at the same time released Yonyou Healthcare Information platform based on cooperation.
China Medical Informatization Industry Report, 2013-2016 by Research in China focuses on the followings:
- Development environment and relevant policies of China's medical informatization industry;
- Development status, market size, competition pattern, development trend and market size forecast of China's medical informatization industry;
- Operation, development strategy, etc. of 10 key companies in China.
Comprehensive Table of Contents and more for the report "China Medical Informatization Industry Report, 2013-2016" is available at http://www.chinamarketresearchreports.com/114773.html .
Few Points from Table of Contents
List of Charts
Classification of Medical Informatization
Classification, Function and Subsystem of Medical Informatization in a Narrow Sense
Medical Expenditures in the United States, 1970-2011
Healthcare IT Investment in the United States, 2001-2013
Medical Expenditures in Japan, 1985-2011
Number of Medical and Health Organizations in China, 2012-2013
Number of Beds in Chinese Medical and Health Organizations, 2011-2012
Bed Usage in Chinese Health Authorities, 2012-2013
Amount of Medical Services Offered by Chinese Health Authorities, 2012-2013
Treatment Process in a Chinese Hospital
Medical Informatization Program for Alleviating Difficulty in Seeing Doctor
China's Health Expenditure Per Capita, 1980-2011
China's Health Expenditure and % of GDP, 1980-2011
Relevant Policies for Medical Informatization in China, 2006-2013
Construction Vendors and Starting Time for Regional Medical Pilots in China, 2010-2012
Procedures for China's 12th-Five-Year Medical Informatization Promotion
Status and Target Gap of China's 12th-Five-Year Medical Informatization Construction, 2012
Status of Hospital Information System Construction in China, 2013H1
Main Obstacles in Chinese Hospital Information Construction, 2013
Developments of Solutions Market for China Medical Informatization Systems, 2010-2015E
Purchase Amount and Project Number of Medical Informatization Procurement around China
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