Asia-Pacific Telehealth Market to be Worth $176.63 Billion by 2030

Meticulous Research®, a prominent global market research firm, has released a report titled, ‘Asia-Pacific Telehealth Market by Component [Hardware (Peripheral Devices, Monitor), Software (Cloud, On-premise), Services (Real-time, Remote Monitoring)] Application (Radiology, Cardiology, Psychiatry) End User (Provider, Payer, Patient) – Forecast to 2030.’
According to the latest report by Meticulous Research®, the Asia-Pacific telehealth market is anticipated to reach $176.63 billion by 2030, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 24.2% throughout the forecast period. This growth is primarily driven by factors like a shortage of healthcare professionals, supportive government policies, a rising elderly population with chronic conditions, increasing digitalization, and growing awareness of telehealth benefits. Moreover, advancements such as telerobots, artificial intelligence, and virtual assistants are expected to create further growth opportunities. However, challenges like technical issues, security breaches, regulatory hurdles, and concerns about patient privacy and confidentiality might dampen market expansion to some degree.
Key Players
The prominent players identified in the Asia-Pacific telehealth market include Cerner Corporation (U.S.), Aerotel Medical Systems (1998) Ltd. (Israel), Koninklijke Philips N.V. (Netherlands), AMD Global Telemedicine, Inc. (U.S.), Medtronic plc (Ireland), Cisco Systems, Inc. (U.S.), Doctor On Demand, Inc. (U.S.), MDlive Inc. (U.S.), Siemens Healthineers AG (Germany), Zipnosis, Inc. (U.S.), F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd (Switzerland), Tunstall Group (U.K.), ClearArch, Inc. (U.S.), Teladoc Health, Inc. (U.S.), and Resideo Technologies Inc. (U.S.)
Asia-Pacific Telehealth Market: Future Outlook
The Asia-Pacific telehealth market is categorized into several segments based on components such as services (including real-time, store-and-forward, and remote patient monitoring), hardware (encompassing medical peripheral devices like bl

Asia-Pacific Telehealth Market to be Worth $176.63 Billion by 2030

Meticulous Research®, a prominent global market research firm, has released a report titled, ‘Asia-Pacific Telehealth Market by Component [Hardware (Peripheral Devices, Monitor), Software (Cloud, On-premise), Services (Real-time, Remote Monitoring)] Application (Radiology, Cardiology, Psychiatry) End User (Provider, Payer, Patient) – Forecast to 2030.’
According to the latest report by Meticulous Research®, the Asia-Pacific telehealth market is anticipated to reach $176.63 billion by 2030, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 24.2% throughout the forecast period. This growth is primarily driven by factors like a shortage of healthcare professionals, supportive government policies, a rising elderly population with chronic conditions, increasing digitalization, and growing awareness of telehealth benefits. Moreover, advancements such as telerobots, artificial intelligence, and virtual assistants are expected to create further growth opportunities. However, challenges like technical issues, security breaches, regulatory hurdles, and concerns about patient privacy and confidentiality might dampen market expansion to some degree.
Key Players
The prominent players identified in the Asia-Pacific telehealth market include Cerner Corporation (U.S.), Aerotel Medical Systems (1998) Ltd. (Israel), Koninklijke Philips N.V. (Netherlands), AMD Global Telemedicine, Inc. (U.S.), Medtronic plc (Ireland), Cisco Systems, Inc. (U.S.), Doctor On Demand, Inc. (U.S.), MDlive Inc. (U.S.), Siemens Healthineers AG (Germany), Zipnosis, Inc. (U.S.), F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd (Switzerland), Tunstall Group (U.K.), ClearArch, Inc. (U.S.), Teladoc Health, Inc. (U.S.), and Resideo Technologies Inc. (U.S.)
Asia-Pacific Telehealth Market: Future Outlook
The Asia-Pacific telehealth market is categorized into several segments based on components such as services (including real-time, store-and-forward, and remote patient monitoring), hardware (encompassing medical peripheral devices like bl