Digitization in Healthcare Industry Creates Opportunities for E-prescribing Market

The increasing need for a faultless prescription process is driving the global E-prescribing market, significantly. According to a report by the World Health Organization (WHO), in 2019, there is less than one doctor per thousand individuals. This uneven proportion of doctors and patients demands an immediate arrangement of E-prescribing systems, as such situations, sometimes, lead to faulty prescriptions, which may turn fatal. The governments across the world are putting substantial efforts in increasing quality and making affordable healthcare system a reality for poor. The constant efforts towards improving medical and healthcare infrastructure are likely to open doors for E-prescribing solutions across the world.

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Researchers at TMR Research are answering some key queries about the global E-prescribing market in this blog post:

What are the factors that are driving the global E-prescribing market?

The governments across the world are focusing on improving their healthcare infrastructure by integrating digital solutions into their respective medical and healthcare industries. The increasing application of E-prescribing solutions in medicinal services is one of the important initiatives encouraged by them. The augmenting implementation of electronic health record systems (EHRs), especially in emerging countries, is another significant factor that is boosting the global E-prescribing market remarkably.

How the regional E-prescribing markets are performing?

North America, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa, Asia Pacific, and Europe are the main regional markets for E-prescribing. Riding on the back of expanding eHealthcare services, North America has been leading the global market over the last few years. With the increasing number of government initiatives and incentive projects, this regional market will remain dominant over the next couple of years. Europe, on the other hand, is registering a faster growth rate, thanks to the increasing uptake of European Patient Smart Open Services (epSOS).

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