The global telehealth market is expected to go from $80.53
billion in 2021 to $102.42 billion in 2022 at a compound annual growth rate
(CAGR) of 27.2%.
The change in growth trend is mainly due to the companies
stabilizing their output after catering to the demand that grew exponentially
during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2021.
The market is expected to reach $271.69
billion in 2026 at a CAGR of 27.6%.
Technologies comprise streaming media, teleconferencing,
web, store-and-forward imaging, terrestrial and wireless communications.
Europe’s telehealth market accounted for $6,185.4 million
health expenditures in 2019 and will grow by 18.9% annually over 2020-2030
owing to shortage of physicians, advancements in telecommunications, and need
to expand healthcare access and improve healthcare quality amid COVID-19
pandemic and staying-at-home orders.
| MEDBUSINESS Healthcare reform – data privacy, regulations and
Public health trends, challenges and opportunities.
Change management & adaptive operational processes for
Population health overview in Europe – Romania focus.
Workforce optimization & performance management.
The private healthcare sector – market dynamics and patient
Transformational leadership principles and patient-centric
Case studies and best practices in times of crisis –
COVID-19 pandemic focus.
| MEDCARE Patience experience – UX, usability & user-centered
Patient satisfaction measurement , CX and loyalty
Patient accessibility and safety tools in Eastern Europe.
Science and discovery – studies, pharma and treatment
The role of health simulation for quality medcare and team
CSR and social programs for disadvantaged communities.
Mental and behavioural health awareness and prevention
The rise of the home care paradigm in the digital era.
| MEDTECH Emerging healthcare technologies & applications.
Digital transformation and foresight strategies in the
The Blockchain era – cybersecurity, e-health records and
supply chain management.
Telehealth innovation – impact, adoption challenges and
Prevention through smart wellbeing and fitness wearables.
AI & machine learning in the medcare sector.
The future of medical ecosystems – connecting smart cities
with private and public healthcare.
general business areas
Private Health | IT&C | Customer Care | Pharma | Public Health
| Retail | Consultancy | Finance | Law | Audit | Research | Marketing |
Government | Education | Training | Transport | E-commerce | Media | HR | BPO