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2019 Healthcare Licensing with Focus on Remote Patient Monitoring/Telehealth: Analytical Report - ResearchAndMarkets.com

May 8, 2019

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 8, 2019--The “Analytical Report for Healthcare Licensing with focus on Remote Patient Monitoring/Telehealth” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

As a very valuable development in healthcare, the remote monitoring gives hope and support to the patients who require. An in-depth update on its licensing is useful. 100+ healthcare licensing news with focus on remote patient monitoring/telehealth are reported and analyzed to provide a snapshot view of the current business trends here.

Analytical data coverage:

  • January 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019 licensing deals and negotiations
  • 100+ worldwide Remote Patient Monitoring/Telehealth focused healthcare licensing news of companies across North America (76%), Europe (10%), Asia (11%)
  • Small-mid-large cap companies covered - LargeCap (60%), MicroCap (28%)
  • Listed and non-listed companies included
  • 4 healthcare sub-sectors covered - Medical Devices (41%), Healthcare Services (47%), Pharmaceuticals (5.5%), Biotech (1%)
  • 14 medicine groups studied - Endocrinology (23%), Neurology (14%), Psychotherapy (14%)
  • 8+ variables analyzed

User benefits:

  • Immediate access to current global licensing trends in remote patient monitoring’ businesses
  • Succinct summaries of licensing deals and negotiations held worldwide
  • Quick to-the-point analytical references
  • In-depth updates on wider perspective of remote patient monitoring business sector
  • Directions to the emerging business prospects

Key analysis in the report:

  • Leading countries in healthcare remote patient monitoring licensing
  • Most active healthcare sub-sectors in remote patient monitoring licensing
  • Distribution of remote patient monitoring licensing deals among market cap groups
  • Comparisons of different medicine groups in remote patient monitoring licensing
  • Companies currently engaging the most in remote patient monitoring licensing
  • Dynamics of varied licensing payments arrangements worldwide

Report useful to:

  • Remote patient monitoring healthcare companies seeking licensing opportunities
  • Remote patient monitoring healthcare companies seeking new market base
  • Executives of healthcare companies negotiating licensing in remote patient monitoring sectors
  • Investors analyzing varied kinds of transaction options for remote patient monitoring licensing

Key Topics Covered

Introduction

Research Design

Chapter 1: Analysis of healthcare inventions with focus on Remote Patient Monitoring/Telehealth licensed during the past five quarters

1.1 Number of licensing deals with focus on Remote Patient Monitoring/Telehealth

1.2 Countries with most licensing deals with focus on Remote Patient Monitoring/Telehealth

1.3 Healthcare sub-sectors with most licensing deals with focus on Remote Patient Monitoring/Telehealth

1.4 Market capitalization groups with most licensing deals with focus on Remote Patient Monitoring/Telehealth

1.5 Medicine groups with most licensing deals with focus on Remote Patient Monitoring/Telehealth

1.6 Leading companies with most licensing deals with focus on Remote Patient Monitoring/Telehealth

1.7 Licensing payment arrangements most followed in licensing deals with focus on Remote Patient Monitoring/Telehealth

Chapter 2: Key licensing deals with focus on Remote Patient Monitoring/Telehealth during the past five quarters - By type of licensing deal

Chapter 3: Global healthcare inventions with focus on Remote Patient Monitoring/Telehealth licensed during the past five quarters - By region and company name

Chapter 4: Summary and conclusions

Appendices

Appendix 1 List of companies/institutes covered

a) By region, country and company name

b) By sub-industry, country and company name

c) By market capitalization group, country and company name

d) By medicine group, country and company name

e) By terms of payment, country and company name

Appendix 2 List of non-listed companies covered - By country and company name

Appendix 3 List of not-for-profit institutes covered - By country and institute name

Companies Mentioned

Alphabetical List of Sample 30 Companies/Institutes (of the total 180 companies covered) in the Report:

  • Camanio Care AB
  • Canopy Health
  • CardieX Ltd.
  • Care UK
  • CerpassRx
  • Change Healthcare Corporation
  • ChartSpan Medical Technologies, Inc.
  • Children’s Health
  • Children’s Hospital Colorado
  • Children’s National Health System
  • Cipla Limited
  • Client Outlook Inc.
  • CoolDoctors Inc
  • CORHIO Healthcare Services
  • Cornerstone Hospice and Palliative Care Inc
  • CureMetrix
  • CVS Health Inc.
  • DarioHealth Corp.
  • Delta Joint Management
  • Diagnos Inc
  • Dignity Health
  • DocPanel Technologies, Inc
  • Doctor on Demand, Inc
  • eClinicalWorks
  • Emergence Health Network
  • Emory Healthcare, Inc.
  • eWellness Healthcare Corporation
  • FirstLight Home Care
  • Flint Rehabilitation Devices, LLC
  • Fuyo Kaihatsu Co. Ltd

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