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Internal Medicine Congress 2019

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INTERNAL MEDICINE CONGRESS 2019

Conference Series LLC Ltd is privileged to announce the World Congress on Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine for the Primary Care Conference which will be held in Tokyo, Japan during the month of August 14-15, 2019.  We prayerfully welcome all the eminent researchers, students and delegates to take part in this upcoming Conference on Internal Medicine to witness invaluable scientific discussions and contribute to the future innovations in the field of Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine.
Upcoming World Congress on Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine for the Primary Care Conference 2019 will focus on the latest and Exodus Innovations in all areas of Internal Medicine & Emergency Medicine, Primary Care, which offers an exclusive opportunity for Academicians, Doctors, Scientific Experts, Researchers, Technologists, Non-administrative Associations and the Business and Specialized Pioneers across the Globe to meet, network and perceive new Scientific Innovations.
 

This International Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine for the Primary Care Conference highlights the theme, which reflects the Innovative progress in Internal Medicine Research and provides a deep instinct into the latest Discoveries and Technological Advancements in the field of Internal Medicine. The two days of the Conference includes Primary Care Workshops, Oral and Poster Presentation, Symposiums, Career Guidance Sessions for Academicians, Doctors, Professors, Scientific Experts, Researchers and the Specialized Pioneers, special keynote sessions conducted by eminent and renowned speakers to foster the progress in the field by contributing with their expertise, who excel in the field of Internal Medicine which include the topics Internal Medicine and Primary Care Health and Internal Medicine, Hospital Medicine and Nursing, Occupational Medicine, Cardiovascular Medicine, Pediatrics & Geriatrics, Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Hospice and palliative medicine, Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Haematology and Cancer, Case Reports and Studies in Internal Medicine.

Join us and take part in carving out a Healthier Tomorrow Aiding the promising developments through sharing your valuable experiences at this esteemed World Congress on Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine for the Primary Care @ Tokyo.
 

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Why to attend?

The International World Congress on Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine for the Primary Care Conference focuses on learning about the significant Trends in Modern Internal Medicine, Drawbacks, and its Innovative Vision & Strategies, Internal Medicine and Primary Care, and it forwards in making a better Health; this is going to be a Best opportunity to influence the largest Assemblage of participants from the Internal Medicine community. Conduct presentations, meet with current and Specialized Potential Scientists and Researchers, make a splash with new Innovative Processing Technologies and developments in Internal Medicine, and receive Name Recognition at this 2-day International event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, and the newest updates in Internal Medicine are hallmarks of this Conference. We also welcome the  Renowned Presidents, CEO’s, Delegates, Doctors, internists, Nutritionists, Professors and  Industrial Executives from Internal Medicine, Primary Care and Health Care Sectors making the Congress a perfect platform to Network, share views and knowledge about new discoveries and technologies through interactive keynote, plenary, poster and B2B discussions

Sessions/Tracks

Internal Medicine and Primary Care is purely an online event that will focus on Hospital Medicine and Nursing, Occupational Medicine, Emergency and Critical care medicine, Education and training of internists, Cardiovascular Medicine, Paediatrics & Geriatrics, Endocrinology and Metabolism,  Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Hospice and palliative medicine, Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Haematology and Cancer. We are delighted to call upon Internists, Academicians, Industrialists and Family Practitioners, Scientists, Researchers, Entrepreneurs all over the world to gather together to discuss the advances in primary care based Research internal medicine Technologies which help in ensuring the Quality, Safety and Control of Medicinal Products. This event brings leading intellects to a platform for a roundtable discussion on Advances and Strategies in Internal Medicine and its Primary Care. This is an Innovative platform to discuss the targeted innovation to nourish and Treat the Challenging World.

Internal Medicine and Primary Care are stirring multidisciplinary field that encompasses complete Advanced knowledge of the biological, physical, Chemical and engineering sciences which are used to develop new-fangled Advanced Medicinal products, design processing technologies, improve the quality of Medicine, increase its nutritive value and safeguard the wholesomeness of Medicinal supply and also to reduce Drawbacks in Quality. Internal Medicine and Primary Care principles include basic sciences such as Health and Internal Medicine Hospital Medicine and Nursing, Occupational Medicine, Emergency and Critical care medicine, Education and training of internists. Internal Medicine blends Cardiology, Paediatrics & Geriatrics, Endocrinology and Metabolism, Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Hospice and palliative medicine, Gynaecology and Obstetrics, Haematology and Cancer, Nephrology, Pulmonology, Allergy/Immunology to discover ways to improve the safety and well-being of people. This International Conference on Internal Medicine and Primary Care aim to encompass the big and Innovative names across the globe to come down to a commonplace, share a common platform and extend their knowledge among future researchers, entrepreneurs as well as the farmers who devote their labour and time to provide food to the entire world. It is an interdisciplinary platform to build up a network from the base to the top among the people associated with Internal Medicine and Primary Care.

Theme: Innovative Vision & Strategies in Internal Medicine and Primary Care
 

Sessions of Internal Medicine Congress 2019:


1. Internal Medicine and Primary Care
Primary care providers may specialize in internal medicine or family medicine. Internal medicine physicians go through training that focuses on adults. They specialize in the prevention, diagnosis and management of disease and chronic conditions. Internal Medicine and Primary care are considered a traditional role for many general internists. Primary care involves first-contact care for people with an undiagnosed symptom, sign, or health concern; care for individuals which are not organ- or problem- specific; longitudinal or continuous care; and responsibility for coordinating other health services related to a patient's care. Because internal medicine training is comprehensive and focused mostly on adults, general internists are particularly well equipped to provide preventive care and diagnose and manage disease in a primary care setting.


2. Health and Internal Medicine
Health internal medicine physicians offer comprehensive diagnostic and primary care services for patients. Internal medicine physicians regularly deal with complex medical problems. In addition, they provide the complete range of general internal medical care, including the diagnosis and treatment of both acute and chronic illnesses, gynaecological care, urgent care and minor surgery. Through constant growth and innovation as medical treatments and the health care industry evolve and change, the services from General Internal Medicine to a wide range of subspecialty care, to treat your medical conditions.


3. Hospital Medicine and Nursing
Hospital medicine is a type of practice within internal medicine in which the clinical focus is caring for hospitalized patients. Internists practising hospital medicine are frequently called “hospitalists.”  Although not all hospitalists are required to be internists, the nature of internal medicine training uniquely prepares internists for hospital medicine practice.  As a result, the vast majority of hospitalists are trained in internal medicine, usually general internal medicine. The discipline of hospital medicine grew out of the increasing complexity of patients requiring hospital care and the need for dedicated clinicians to oversee their management. The hospitalist model supplanted the traditional method of caring for hospitalized patients, which was often done by clinicians also seeing ambulatory patients or with other clinical obligations that limited their ability to provide the intensity of care often required by these patients. By focusing their practice on this specific group of patients, hospitalists gain specialized knowledge in managing very ill patients and are able to provide high-quality, evidence-based, and efficient patient and family-centred care in hospital settings.


4. Occupational Medicine
Occupational medicine is focused on the treatment of work-related injuries and illnesses. Physicians trained in occupational medicine diagnose and treat work-related injuries much more effectively than most primary care physicians. Occupational medicine is the subspecialty of preventive medicine concerned with the: health, safety, and performance of workers. Occupational health specialists provide medical care to workers with work-related injuries and illnesses. They also work with businesses, employees, regulators, insurers, public health, and other occupational safety and health professionals to create safer workplaces. They’re up-to-date on federal and state regulations for workforce health and safety, including Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Department of Transportation (DOT), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), so they can make the best treatment plans and perform regulatory examinations. 


5. Emergency and Critical care medicine
Critical Care has been defined as the delivery of medical care to "any patient who is physiologically unstable, requiring constant and minute-to-minute titration of therapy according to the evolution of the disease process." It has not defined by location but actually spans the continuum of care from the prehospital setting through the ED and into the ICU. Critical care medicine is the on-going care of a patient, whereas emergency medicine responds to a patient’s emergent needs or medical condition. Critical Care Medicine is defined as the triad of resuscitation, emergency care for life-threatening conditions, and intensive care; including all components of the emergency and critical care medicine delivery system, pre-hospital and hospital. The ultimate goal is to develop Critical Care Medicine through critical care research, critical care education, and the delivery of high-quality clinical care for critically ill patients. 


6. Education and training of internists
an internist is an internal medicine physician who sees patients in the outpatient setting for their general medical needs. Most internists see patients in the hospital and manage their acute illnesses. This includes their own patients as well as those referred to them by other practitioners. Internists are qualified to manage complex illness in the critical care area, as well as general medical conditions. Internists also serve as experts in complex medical disease and receive referrals from family practice, surgery and other fields. The internist is trained in many procedures in several disciplines and can perform these independently. Internists are also trained to meet the special needs of the growing geriatric population, including those in skilled nursing homes, residential facilities and the patient’s home.

7. Cardiovascular Medicine
Cardiology is a subspecialty of internal medicine. Cardiologists provide health care to prevent, diagnose and treat diseases and conditions of the heart and cardiovascular system, including the arteries. Because the field of cardiology encompasses so many different types of diseases and procedures, there are many different types of cardiology one may choose to practice depending on his or her interests and skill sets, and the type of work they’d like to do. The physicians who do open heart surgery are cardio-thoracic surgeons, and they complete a surgical residency program, not an internal medicine residency as cardiologists do. Internal medicine (IM) residents devote significant clinical time to help patients modify CVD risk factors but may fail to recognize the presence of such factors in their own lives. The prevalence of major modifiable risk factors was assessed in IM residents. Training in IM should include strategies to increase awareness of modifiable personal risk factors for CVD, as well as strategies to reduce or eliminate them.

8. Paediatrics & Geriatrics
Med-Peds is a shortened term for Combined Internal Medicine & Pediatrics. The Division of Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics (Med/Peds) was created as a joint initiative between the Departments of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. Dual-trained in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. It Promote combined Med/Peds clinical practice by Providing high-quality health care for families and individuals throughout the age spectrum, including but not limited to those with pediatric-onset special health care needs such as developmental delay, congenital heart disease, cystic fibrosis, diabetes, pediatric cancer, etc. and Enhancing patient care, research, advocacy efforts, and medical systems management in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics through approaches that reflect perspective and experience across the lifespan.
The General Medicine and Geriatrics Division includes four sections: VA Primary Care and Quality; The Emory Clinic Primary Care, Grady General Medicine and Geriatrics; and the Section of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology. The program is strategically positioned to address complex healthcare issues, such as the management of multiple chronic conditions, the ageing of the population, health disparities in access and outcomes, and public health and outcomes research. The mission is to improve health by providing quality, comprehensive healthcare in a compassionate, culturally competent, ethical, and fiscally responsible manner. 

9. Endocrinology and Metabolism 
Endocrinology is the subspecialty of internal medicine that focuses on the diagnosis and care of disorders of the endocrine (glandular) system and the associated metabolic dysfunction. Endocrinologists are frequently involved with the diagnosis and management of hypothalamic disorders, Pituitary diseases, Parathyroid abnormalities, Thyroid diseases, Adrenal cortex dysfunction, Gonadal disease, pancreatic endocrine disease, Bone metabolism. Endocrinologists may practice in a dedicated endocrine practice, as part of a multi-speciality group, or may maintain a split practice seeing both endocrinology and general internal medicine patients. They may also provide consultation for other physicians or hospitals. Academic endocrinologists often participate in basic science or clinical research and teach medical students and resident trainees.

10. Gastroenterology & Hepatology
The Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology has continuously distinguished itself as a highly ranked speciality within the Department of Internal Medicine. It provides state of the art medical care to patients with gastrointestinal or liver diseases and nutritional problems in a multidisciplinary environment and many clinical and basic science research projects to further our understanding of gastrointestinal and liver diseases and help design better treatment for patients with these illnesses.  Gastroenterology is the subspecialty of internal medicine that focuses on the evaluation and treatment of disorders of the gastrointestinal tract. Gastroenterology requires an extensive understanding of the entire gastrointestinal tract, including the oesophagus, stomach, small intestine, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, colon, and rectum. Internists practising gastrointestinal medicine are also experts in how gastrointestinal disorders affect other organs and manifest themselves clinically. Gastrointestinal medicine also includes extensive training in nutrition and medical nutritional disorders.

11. Hospice and palliative medicine
Hospice care is provided for patients facing a terminal diagnosis who no longer wish to undergo curative treatment. Goals of hospice care include relieving symptoms and supporting patients in the end-of-life stages. Palliative medicine aims to relieve symptoms and pain a patient suffers due to a serious illness. Goals of palliative care include reducing suffering, improving the quality of life for a patient, and supporting the patient and family throughout the treatment process. Palliative Care Service provides care for patients and families who face life-threatening illnesses. Palliative medicine focuses on quality of life and the alleviation of symptoms in patients with serious illness. It aims to consider the physical, mental, spiritual, and social well-being of patients and their families in order to maintain hope while ensuring patient dignity and respecting autonomy. Palliative care medicine encompasses both consultative palliative care for patients with serious illnesses, and hospice care for patients at the end-of-life (EOL). Palliative care is appropriate at any stage of a serious illness whether the goal is the cure or maximizing quality of life. It is a fundamental component of the practice of medicine in all disciplines and at all levels of health.

12. Gynaecology and Obstetrics
Gynaecology and Obstetrics is the medical speciality that encompasses the two subspecialties of obstetrics and gynaecology. Obstetricians and gynaecologists have expertise in all aspects of OB/GYN medicine, including pregnancy as well as pregnancy risks and complications including Urogynecology, Gynecologic Oncology, Reproductive Endocrinology, and Maternal-Fetal Medicine and improve women's health through innovative and compassionate care, education, advocacy and discovery.

13. Haematology and Cancer
The Division of Haematology and Oncology is the largest subspecialty unit within the Department of Internal Medicine. Oncology and Haematology are interested in the diagnosis and treatment of all malignancies (cancers) that occur in adults. Treatment may include chemotherapy and immunotherapy, or pathway directed agents. High dose therapy with bone marrow or peripheral stem cell transplantation is also available. Primary care for patients with benign and malignant disorders of the blood and lymphatic organs, as well as for patients with most types of solid tumour malignancies. The Division of Oncology's physicians specializes in all types of cancers including lymphomas, leukaemia, multiple myeloma, urologic, breast, lung, gastrointestinal, brain cancer, melanoma, and all other solid tumours.

14. Recent Strategies in Nephrology Medicine
Nephrology is the subspecialty of internal medicine that focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the kidney. Because the kidney performs so many critical functions, nephrologists maintain expertise in primary kidney disorders, but also the management of the systemic consequences of kidney dysfunction. Although the prevention and identification and management of early kidney disease is a large part of general internal medicine practice, nephrologists are usually called upon to assist and manage more complex or advanced nephrology disorders and to maintain and improving the health of all of our patients by providing the most comprehensive and up to date care for individuals with chronic or acute kidney disease.

15. Advanced Medicine in Pulmonology
the Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine is committed to caring for critically ill patients and patients with lung disease. Patients with allergies and respiratory diseases will experience a full range of clinical services, including pulmonary, critical care, allergy, asthma and immunology. At the core of the Centre’s expertise is it’s the extensive clinical knowledge of our team which has been gained through active research into asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, lung injury, evaluation and through the treatment of obstructive airway disease, lung cancer and critical care. Other areas in which the Centre excels include evaluation and treatment for sleep disorders, treatment of occupational pulmonary diseases such as mesothelioma and asbestosis and the active investigation of genetic susceptibility in respiratory diseases and the mission is to deliver excellent patient care, to develop new knowledge about the lung in health and disease, and to train individuals to be outstanding clinicians and researchers.
 
16. Allergy/Immunology

the Immunology Division offers integrated multi-disciplinary services that span the disciplines of Allergy, Immunology and Rheumatology. Allergy and immunology involve the management of disorders related to the immune system. These conditions range from the very common to the very rare, spanning all ages and encompassing various organ systems. Diseases typically are seen by an allergist/immunologist. Primary Care for patients with immune deficient and autoimmune diseases of the skin, respiratory, vascular and musculoskeletal systems. Many of our patients have been referred by their local primary care physician because of difficulty in diagnosing and/or treating the condition.

17. Orthopaedics and Rheumatology
Rheumatology is the speciality of internal medicine that cares for people with rheumatic and inflammatory diseases that affect the joints and connective tissues. Systemic autoimmune disorders such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, scleroderma, vacuities and myositis. The advanced current research in arthroplasty/joint replacement, arthroscopy, biologics, venous thromboembolism, deep vein thrombosis, foot & ankle, hand & wrist, hip, imaging, infection, knee, oncology, pain management, Pediatrics, practice management, rheumatology/osteoarthritis, rheumatic disease, autoimmune disorders, musculoskeletal and related disorders, robotics, biomaterials, implants, diagnosis, molecular genetics, pathophysiology and epidemiology, shoulder and elbow, soft-tissue, spine, sports medicine, trauma and physical medicine and rehabilitation.

18. Infectious diseases & Nuclear medicine
Nuclear Medicine has evolved from a medical subspecialty using quite basic tests to one using elaborate methods to image organ physiology and has truly become “Molecular Imaging”. Concurrently, there has also been a timely debate about who has to be responsible for keeping pace with all of the components of the developmental cycle; imaging, radiopharmaceuticals and instrumentation. Internal medicine and nuclear medicine leading to admissibility in the Field of Science. Nuclear medicine is a medical speciality involving the application of radioactive substances in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. The progress of nuclear medicine was accelerated with the introduction of the gamma camera. It was the first SPECT camera in Slovenia enabling multiple projection angles. The modern 2-head gamma camera enables a larger number of scintigraphic examinations and more precise image processing. The Infectious Diseases Section of the Department of Internal Medicine engages in a broad range of patient care, research, and educational activities. The focus of Research programs within the Infectious Diseases Section includes Vector-borne diseases Immunology of Aging, Infections in Older Adults, Microbial pathogenesis, HIV disease.

19. Case Reports and Studies in Internal Medicine
Case reports offer unique value to the body of medical knowledge by describing new diseases, disease mechanisms, therapeutic approaches, and adverse or beneficial effects of drugs. In providing detailed descriptions of the symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment, and follow-up of an individual patient, case reports reflect clinical experience and support medical progress. Case reports provide enough detail on one or a small number of patients for clinicians to relate to their own practice. They are educational and interesting to read. For the challenging and patient-centred task of reporting on individual cases with inherent heterogeneous human variability in clinical research and the goal of applicability to real-life circumstances, the CARE guidelines provide a framework for completeness and transparency in case reports.

Market Analysis

Global Market of Internal Medicine and Primary Care, it has been estimated that most of the countries have an absolute 2.3 million physicians and nurses shortage. These shortages of primary health care professionals suggest that many countries have insufficient numbers of health professionals to deliver Primary Health Care Solutions.

A Primary care physician is our main health care provider in non-emergency situations. Doctors, who have completed a residency in internal medicine, are board-certified, in primary care speciality. The scope of their practice includes the care of all ages for different medical problems. They provide preventive care and teach healthy lifestyle choices. They identify and treat common medical conditions, and help the patients in avoiding many non-communicable diseases such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, chronic respiratory diseases and diabetes, which are the leading cause of mortality in the world.

 

Japan possesses one of the most successful medical industries in the world. Although Japan’s population as a whole is declining, its number of retirees is increasing, driving the demand for medicine in the years to come. International medical companies looking to penetrate this market can turn to Pacific Bridge Medical for assistance in developing business or regulatory strategies, and more. Our Tokyo office can provide you with on the ground assistance and expertise. The Japan Medical Device Market Size is about $34 billion and the Projected Growth Rate: 3.8%. The Japan Pharmaceutical Market Size $106.1 billion and the Projected Growth Rate: 2.5%.

Japan Economic Statistics and Demographics

GDP (PPP): $5.6 trillion

Per Capita GDP (PPP): $43,900

Real GDP Growth Rate: 1.7%

Population (millions): 127

Ethnic Diversity: 98.5% Japanese, 0.5% Korean, 0.4% Chinese, 0.6% other.


Japanese Market to rise slightly to $72 Billion by 2021.

The pharmaceutical market in Japan is set to rise from around $70 billion in 2016 to $72 billion by 2021, representing a low compound annual growth rate of 0.3%, according to Global Data, a recognized leader in providing business information and analytics.

The company’s latest report states that the Japanese healthcare market is driven primarily by high levels of affordability and access to healthcare facilities. The increasing burden of the elderly population and well-defined regulatory guidelines will drive the growth of the pharmaceutical market in the future. Despite this, growth will be restrained by the patent cliff anticipated in the coming years for high-turnover drugs, focus on generic substitution and annual price cuts.
The upcoming expiry of key drug patents is set to pressurize the revenues of some major Japanese pharmaceutical companies. For example, Daiichi Sankyo lost its patents on the Olmesartan family of antihypertensive products in the US in late 2016, and expiry will follow in the EU and Japan in 2017. These products accounted for around 28.8% of consolidated revenue in the fiscal year ended March 2016.
  In order to reduce the healthcare expenditure burden, the Japanese government is promoting the use of generics as a cost-containment tool. From December 2016, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare will review drug prices annually instead of once every two years, based on the difference between the actual market price and the official price.

Although increasing generic substitution and yearly pricing reviews are likely to restrict growth in the Japanese pharmaceutical market in the future, the government is also working to reduce long regulatory processes faced by the pharmaceutical industry in order to expedite the approval of products and improve access to novel therapeutics. This will not only attract foreign companies but also positively influence the healthcare market. New guidelines allow foreign pharmaceutical companies to use data from Phase III clinical trials performed in regions other than Japan, which has reduced the length of the review process for new drug applications from three years to one.

The report provides information on the healthcare, regulatory, and reimbursement landscape in Japan and includes:

An overview of the pharmaceutical and medical device markets, including market size, segmentation, and key drivers and barriers.
Profiles and SWOT analysis of the major players in the pharmaceutical market (Astellas Pharma, Otsuka, Chugai Pharmaceutical, Taisho Pharma and Mitsubishi Tanabe) and medical device market (Terumo Medical, NIPRO, Olympus Medical Systems, Toshiba Medical Systems and Hitachi Medical Corporation).
A review of the reimbursement and regulatory landscape, with analysis covering details of the country’s healthcare reimbursement process, regulatory agencies and the approval processes for new drugs and medical devices. Detailed analysis of the political and economic environment, covering economic indicators, demographics, healthcare infrastructure and healthcare expenditure.

Japan as the 2nd largest Market Globally

According to data, the Health expenditures over the public healthcare expenditures will likely reach 1.36% in 2020. Strategic areas which will see investments over the next three years include electronic health records, cloud computing, administrative management, digital management of drugs, e-Prescription, mobile health and business intelligence and clinical governance.

 

Revenue of physicians' offices (NAICS 621111) in the United States from 2008 to 2020 (in million U.S. dollars)

This forecast statistic shows the revenue of physicians' offices in the United States from 2008 to 2012, with forecasts up until 2020. By 2015, revenues of physicians' offices in the United States are projected to reach approximately 463.33 billion U.S. dollars.

Global Telemedicine Market Outlook 2020

The shortage of physicians in rural and remote areas provides the opportunity for telemedicine to spread its reach to millions of patients and this widespread deployment of services will continue at a rapid pace in the future as well. In the latest research study, “Global Telemedicine Market Outlook 2020”, the analysts have studied the complete telemedicine industry with the focus on market segmentation, government initiatives and competitive landscape. According to our analysis, the market for telemedicine technologies, including hardware, software & services, stood at US$ 17.8 Billion in 2014 and is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 18.4% during 2014-2020.


Global Primary Care Market Revenue by Region

The report also provides a detailed study on the geographical distribution of telemedicine with market sizes of North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific along with their future forecast. It also provides an insight into the different telemedicine applications with their market share in 2014. Teledermatology and Tele gynaecology grabbed the highest market share, followed by Telecardiology, Tele neurology, Tele orthopaedics, Tele emergency care etc.

Overall, the report provides extensive information and rational analysis of the global telemedicine market. The separate section is devoted to mergers & acquisitions that have taken place in the past two years. The report concludes with a competitive analysis of the key market players, providing a business overview of each player along with SWOT analysis. The industry is dominated by Mckesson, Philips Healthcare, GE Healthcare, and Cerner among others. In addition, the report elucidates key developments of players related to telemedicine which will enable clients to formulate market strategies and assess the opportunity areas in key geographies.

 

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Conference Date August 14-15, 2019 Radisson Hotel Narita

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