5G private/public networks for smart healthcare | eHealth

In 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic forced global businesses, governments, and consumers to adopt digital technologies in a few weeks, which would have taken many years. This includes the healthcare industry as well, which saw a rapid increase in the use of telemedicine globally. In addition, it enabled hospitals to provide efficient patient care during the Covid-19 pandemic, reducing cross-infection risks and costs.

In this report, we cover the impact of 5G on healthcare, including healthcare pain points, technologies leveraged by the healthcare sector, 5G drivers, use cases leveraging 5G in the healthcare sector, related benefits, and ecosystem players. The report also presents a sample of innovative healthcare ecosystem players.

Report Information

  • Format: PDF File
  • Pages: 60 pages
  • Author: Hema Kadia
  • Last Updated: June 2022

Table of Contents

  • Background
    • Healthcare vertical’s pain points and business drivers
    • Technologies enabling digital transformation for the healthcare sector
    • Significance of 5G for smart healthcare/eHealth sector
  • Healthcare Use Cases leveraging 5G network 
    • Corresponding to each use case
      • Use case description
      • Technologies enabling use case
      • Benefits and challenges
      • Ecosystem players
  • Insights
    • Global and regional insights on 5G and smart healthcare use cases 

Sample Companies covered

Below are sample companies covered in the report. In addition, we cover the emerging startups (not listed below) who are enabling Smart Healthcare in the report.

AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, SK Telecom, China Telecom, British Telecom, Telefonica, Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom, Ooredoo, Microsoft, Ericsson, Samsung, Huawei, ZTE, Rush University, Medical Center, Austin Cancer Center, Lawrence J. Ellison Institute for Transformative Medicine, Veterans Health Care, VITAS Healthcare, Emory Healthcare, West China Hospital, China-Japan Friendship Hospital, University Hospitals Birmingham, University Hospital of Bonn, Omron Electronics Medvis, Magic Leap, Visionable, and Zyter

Geographics covered

Americas, Europe, Asia, Oceania, Middle-East, and Africa.

Target Audience

Operators | Communication Service Providers, Technology Vendors | Healthcare Institutions and Hospitals | System Integrators

Enterprise License Price

4000 USD
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