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Published on : Apr 11, 2016

The global smart healthcare products market is expected to be driven by the rapid innovations in healthcare IT industry. The ongoing integration of inventory management solutions as also expected to boost this market. A perfect example of this is the smart RFID cabinets that are developed for minimizing inventory costs and assuring apposite logistics management.

The global smart healthcare products market is segmented on the basis of product, industry vertical, and geography. The products in this market are smart pills, smart syringes, smart RFID cabinets, and electronic health record. The products are used for health data storage and exchange, monitoring and treatment, and inventory management. Geographically, this market is segmented into Asia Pacific, Latin America, Europe, North America, and the Middle East and Africa.

North America Emerges as a Leader in Overall Smart Healthcare Products Market
Geographically, North America holds the largest share in the smart healthcare products market and analysts expect that this region will continue its dominance in the coming few years. However, researchers also predict that Asia Pacific region will record a high growth rate in this market due to several reasons. Some of the supporting factors for the growth of the smart healthcare products market in Asia Pacific region will be increasing digitalization in the overall healthcare industry, rising number of SMEs, and large enterprises that are dealing in these products. Furthermore, growing government initiatives to promote the usage of smart healthcare will also propel the smart healthcare products market in Asia Pacific in the near future.

Advancements in Smart Syringes to Propel Overall Market
Analysts predict that improvement in smart syringes and advancements in smart pills technology will help in monitoring of remote patients. These innovations will also offer assistance in diagnosing gastrointestinal diseases and will reduce the chances of spreading the infection. Additionally, the real-time monitoring of wound healing is also expected to give this market an impetus. The only restraints in this market are the capital-intensive nature of this market and privacy related issues that are likely to hamper it.