Clinical Information Systems: Growing Load on Hospitals and Difficulties in Managing Large Number of Patients Boosting Adoption, says TMR

Transparency Market Research has published a new report, titled “Clinical Information Systems Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2014 – 2020.” As per the report, the demand for clinical information systems is increasing from across all regions as it helps with the decision making process as well as boosts the efficiency of clinical care delivery, apart from digitizing all the paper work. Also, the adoption of clinical information systems results in automated recording of medical equipment, observations, and results, and also boosts accuracy. The functions of clinical information systems include diagnosis, management of data in laboratories, and almost all other aspects of clinical information.

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The growing prevalence of diseases has led to a heightened load on hospitals for the diagnosis and treatment of a large number of patients and doing so with efficiency and accuracy is becoming increasingly difficult. This in turn led to a demand for sophisticated management systems that can handle patients’ clinical data. Technological advancements have also been a strong driving factor and have helped in considerable improvement of  the system, which in turn has propelled the adoption of clinical information systems.

There are a few factors hindering the growth of this market. The high cost of installation and the maintenance cost of clinical information systems will limit their adoption. The professional training necessary to operate these systems will also be a reason behind their limited adoption. While their adoption is widespread in the West, their function is restricted to administrative and financial operations and do not directly support patients or help doctors in their work.

Clinicmaster, Accenture, Quintiles,Allegro CTMS, Surgical Information Systems LLC, and iMDsoft and thermo scientific are some of the leading companies within the global clinical information systems market.

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