AMA Research has recently published an extensive report on the Global Big Data Analytics in Healthcare Market, focusing on market size, trends, and forecasts up to 2028. This study is a valuable resource for managers, analysts, industry experts, and other key stakeholders, providing readily accessible and self-analyzed data to understand market dynamics, growth drivers, opportunities, challenges, and competitive landscape.
The report identifies key players in the market, including IBM, Optum Inc., Cerner, SAS Institute Inc., Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, McKesson, General Electric Healthcare, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Microsoft, Oracle, Dell, and Health Catalyst.
The report defines big data analytics in healthcare as managing large, and complex data sets using advanced technology. The demand for transforming the healthcare industry from a hospital-centered system to a patient-centered environment is driven by increasing healthcare costs, the prevalence of chronic diseases, and the aging population. The market for big data analytics in healthcare is expected to grow significantly due to increased investments in healthcare technology and the adoption of cloud-based solutions.
Opportunities in the market are highlighted, including the growth of healthcare infrastructure in developing economies and the rising adoption of cloud-based analytics solutions in the healthcare industry. Market drivers include the increasing adoption of big data analytics solutions in healthcare and government initiatives to support digitization in the healthcare sector.
Challenges faced by the market include reluctance to adopt healthcare analytics in emerging economies and concerns about patient data confidentiality. Additionally, the report identifies trends like the emergence of telehealth and technological advancements in drug discovery and genomic sequencing.
The report further delves into the market segmentation based on application (clinical analytics, financial analytics, operational analytics), deployment (on-premise, cloud), component (software, services), analytics (descriptive analytics, predictive analytics, prescriptive analytics, diagnostic analytics), and end-user (hospitals & clinics, finance & insurance agencies, research organizations).
Geographically, the report analyzes consumption, revenue, market share, and growth rates in regions such as the Middle East and Africa, North America, South America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific.
The report’s objectives are to analyze and forecast the market’s size, estimate market shares of major segments, study the market’s development in different regions, and assess factors influencing market growth. Furthermore, the report details crucial business strategies used by leading companies in the market, such as research and development, collaborations, agreements, partnerships, acquisitions, mergers, and product launches.
The report concludes with major highlights from the Table of Contents, summarizing key aspects such as market overview, executive summary, production by region, manufacturer profiles, market drivers and barriers, competition among manufacturers, supply and consumption by region, and factors influencing market growth.
Key questions addressed in the report include the feasibility of long-term investment in the market, the driving factors influencing demand for big data analytics in healthcare, the impact analysis of various factors on market growth, and recent trends in the regional market and their success rates.