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Market and growth strategy


  • Market
    • The global telemedical market is distinguished by a high growth dynamics.
    • The value of the telemedical market in 2011 amounted to USD 13.2 billion. It is forecast that the global telemedical market will see an average growth of 13.7 per cent year to year, to reach the value of USD 32.5 billion in 2018.
    • It is the USA that has the largest share, 51 per cent as of 2011, in the global telemedical market. According to forecasts, an annual average growth in the American telemedical market will have accounted for around 13 per cent by 2018.
    • The forecast annual average growth in the value of the European telemedical market for the period up to 2018 accounts for 12 per cent.
  • Global market trends
    • Increase in the availability and popularity of telemedical services.
    • Gradual rise in patients' awareness (a need for remote examination, its status to become equal to that of hospital diagnostic examination).
    • Increase in the importance of remote examinations to doctors.
    • Growing number of new technological solutions
    • Necessity to cut the cost of diagnostic examination in many mature economies.
    • Increase in the demand for diagnostic examinations in developed countries stemming from society ageing.
  • Benefits of telemedicine
    • Doctors’ increased comfort attained through quick access to electronic medical documentation.
    • Better sense of health security in patients.
    • Decrease in traditional dealings with medical facilities and reduction of the number of hospitalisations and the extent of medical consultancy provided to the chronically ill.
    • Decreased territorial and infrastructural barriers.
  • BDDS and ECG market
  • Number of people suffering from BDDS:
    • USA: approx. 42 m people
    • Poland: approx. 2.7 m people
    • UK: approx. 3 m people
  • Annual number of BDDS examinations
    • USA: > 3 m
    • Poland: approx. 0.017 m
    • UK: approx. 0.075 m
  • Number of people suffering from cardiovascular diseases:
    • USA: approx. 15 m people
    • Poland: approx. 0.7 m people
    • UK: approx. 1 m people
  • Over 1 million of ECG examinations, worth about 140 million PLN, are performed every year in Poland.
  • Potentials and assets of the current and future output markets
  • USA
    • The world's biggest BDDS market, distinguished by high receptivity.
    • High demand for BDDS and ECG examinations in the American society.
    • Strong tendencies consisting in transferring diagnostics from the hospital to the patient's home.
    • BDDS examination reimbursement.
  • POLAND
    • Significant shortage of BDDS diagnostics.
    • Low costs of manufacture of devices for remote BDDS and ECG examinations and examination descriptions compared to the USA and Western Europe.
    • The Polish society is one of Europe’s fastest ageing ones.
  • UK
    • The need for curbing public spending on health care due to the high national debt is supporting the development of home diagnostics.
    • Strong tendencies consisting in transferring diagnostics from the hospital to the patient's home.
    • Ageing society.