Digital Health – Telco B2B and B2C Strategies and Approaches to Monetization

Pages: 41 Published: March 30, 2021 Report Code: GDTC0266IR

‘Digital Health – Telco B2B and B2C Strategies and Approaches to Monetization’ is a new Global Outlook Report by GlobalData that provides an executive-level overview of the global digital health market. It delivers deep qualitative insights into the digital health industry, digital health value chain, and ecosystem dynamics. It also analyzes key trends in the digital health industry and provides insights into telco digital health B2B and B2C activity, positioning and value propositions.

Healthcare providers have been digitizing their operations and turning to digital health solutions to provide better quality care, increase healthcare access and enhance operational efficiency. The integration of advanced technologies such as IoT, cloud, and data center services, 5G, data analytics, and AI/ML have paved the way for a litany of digital health B2B and B2C use cases. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the uptake of digital health solutions as the world copes with the influx of patients and lockdown measures. The demand for digital health solutions is expected to remain post-pandemic.

The report provides an in-depth analysis of the following –
– Digital health taxonomy & market context: an overview of the global digital health market, including a definition, key drivers & inhibitors, and latest trends. A deep dive into three selected trends – i.e., COVID-19 impact on digital health, national health strategies, and digital health regulations – is also provided with the positioning considerations these present for telcos.
– The digital health ecosystem & how telcos can position themselves: an overview of the digital health value chain and ecosystem players map, including telcos. This section also explores key digital health supporting technologies, and deep dives into the telemedecine latest trends. Moroever, the section details 27 examples of telcos’ current involvement in digital health B2B and B2C solutions.
– Case studies: this section analyzes the digital health portfolios, value propositions and positioning strategies of four telecom operators.
– Key findings and recommendations: the report concludes with a number of key findings and a set of recommendations for digital health stakeholders, including telecom service providers.

Scope

– The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the adoption of digital health solutions and offered further opportunities for telcos to enter the space.

– National digital health strategies are supporting eHealth adoption and providing opportunities for telcos to further position as digital transformation partners to governments and healthcare providers.

– Telcos have pursued partnerships, joint ventures, and M&As to enter the digital health space.

– Telcos can partner with third-party telemedecine app providers and insurers to offer teleconsultation and health tracking apps to their residential and enterprise customers.

– Telcos can offer their horizontal ICT solutions and customise them for the healthcare sector while complying with local and global healthcare regulations. Telcos can also develop vertical-specific digital health portfolios.

Reasons to Buy

– This Global Outlook Report provides a comprehensive examination of the digital health value chain and business models. It helps executives fully understand the ecosystem, market dynamics, latest developments, and value chain. It helps telecom decision-makers determine key digital health positioning strategies, formulate effective product development plans, and optimize return on investments.

– Four case studies illustrate the findings of the report, providing insights around different telco digital health value propositions across the world, including services, monetization approaches and partnerships. This will help telecom executives craft adapted digital health strategies to unlock new revenue streams.

– The report discusses concrete opportunities in the digital health market, providing a number of actionable recommendations for digital health ecosystem participants, including telecom service providers.

Key Players

1Doc3
3 Hong Kong
Accenture
Aena
Airtel India
Apollo 24/7
Apple
ASD Healthcare
AT&T
AWS
Babylon by TELUS Health
Baidu
Banglalink
Beeline Kazakhstan
Bonn Community Hospital
Bowtie
BrightOne GmbH
BT
Capgemini
Celcom
Cerner
Chalon-sur-Saône
Check Point
Ciena
Cisco
CoordiNation Centric
Cox Communications
Cuviva
Daktarbhai
Dell Technologies
Deutsche Telekom
Dial Daktari
Dosell
drd doctors online
Drei Austria
DXC Technology
Ekso Bionics
Enovacom
Ericsson
Etisalat
European Commission
Evita
Fitbit
GE Healthcare
Generali
Germany Federal Ministry of Health
Google
Health Level Seven International
Huawei
IBM
iCliniq
Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise International
International Telecommunications Union
Johnson & Johnson
Juniper
King's College London
Kinseed
KT Corporation
LBO France
Lenovo
Lifetec
LivaNova
Livongo
Lumen
Medtronic
Microsoft
Mindpax.me
Movistar
Nokia
NVIDIA
Oracle
Orange
Palo Alto
Philips
Plus
Rackspace
Reliance Jio
RKI
Samsung
Sanofi
SAP
Saudi Arabia Ministry of Health
Siemens Healthineers
SK Telecom
Smiths Medical
STC
STMicroelectronics
Swisscom
Tata Consulting Services
Teladoc Health
Tele2
Telefónica
Telemedico
Telkom Kenya
Telstra Health
TELUS
Thailand Ministry of Public Health
Thailand National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission
Thailand Public Health Ministry
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS
Tuberculosis and Malaria
Three
Tieto
TM ONE
University Hospital Birmingham NHS Trust
US Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
US Food and Drug Administration
Valentis Health
Vectramind
Verizon
Vodafone
WaveGuide
World Health Organization
Yongin Severance Hospital
Yonsei University Health System
Zain

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

List of Exhibits

Executive Summary

Section 1: Taxonomy & Market Context

Defining Digital Health

Healthcare Sector Trends

Digital Health Drivers & Inhibitors – Summary Overview

Digital Health Drivers & Inhibitors – Focus on COVID 19

Digital Health Drivers & Inhibitors – Focus on National Digital Health Initiatives

Digital Health Drivers & Inhibitors – Focus on Regulations

Section 2: The Digital Health Ecosystem & How Telcos Can Position Themselves

Digital Health Value Chain

Digital Health Ecosystem Players

Digital Health Supporting Technologies

Digital Health Use Cases & Telcos’ Positioning Options in the Digital Health Space

Digital Health Use Cases – Focus on Telemedicine

Telcos’ Current Activity in the Digital Health Space

Section 3: Case Studies

Deutsche Telekom

STC

Telefónica Spain

Orange Business Services

Section 4: Key Findings & Recommendations

Additional Resources

Acronyms and Definitions

Companies Mentioned

Related Research

About GlobalData

Contact Information

List of Figures

List of Figures

EXHIBIT 1: DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IN HEALTHCARE

EXHIBIT 2: HEALTHCARE SECTOR’S TRANSFORMATIONAL TRENDS

EXHIBIT 3: SELECTED NATIONAL DIGITAL HEALTH INITIATIVES

EXHIBIT 4: DIGITAL HEALTH SAMPLE VALUE CHAIN

EXHIBIT 5: SAMPLE DIGITAL HEALTH ECOSYSTEM PLAYERS

EXHIBIT 6: SELECTED TELCO ACTIVITY IN DIGITAL HEALTH

EXHIBIT 7: DEUTSCHE TELEKOM HEALTHCARE PORTFOLIO

EXHIBIT 8: DT iMEDONE and iMEDONE MOBILE

EXHIBIT 9: STC COVID-19 INITIATIVES

EXHIBIT 10: STC VIRTUAL CLINIC

EXHIBIT 11: ORANGES ENOVACOM CHALON SUR-SAÔNE HOSPITAL CASE STUDY

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