LONDON, Dec. 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Emerging Opportunities for ICT Providers in the Healthcare Industry
Increasing technology adoption is transforming traditional healthcare delivery mechanisms, enabling improved patient outcomes. A lot of the effort towards automating the healthcare system is currently focused on mobile health and connected hospitals. With significant growth of the global aged population, technology providers have an opportunity to offer solutions to support independent living for the elderly in smart living ecosystems, whether at home or in care communities. This study outlines the main technology trends in the aged care market and provides insight into the opportunities for major ICT stakeholders.
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Executive Summary—An Ageing World
Towards a Silver Tsunami by 2020
Impact of the Ageing Population on Nations
- High Cost of Care: The cost of care will rise, as the proportion of aged population will rise compared to younger population. This will lead to shortage of skilled manpower and high cost of care in aged care homes and villages.
- More Burden on Public Care Systems: Long queues in public funded homes or community homes may lead to a compromise in quality, service dissatisfaction, and lack of care.
- In the next ?– years seniors may be left with no choice but to relocate to other nations in search of affordable care systems.
- Not all seniors are expected to be able to afford medical insurance and private care homes.
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