Japan Home Healthcare And Residential Nursing Care Services Market Report 2017

Japan Home Healthcare And Residential Nursing Care Services Market Report 2017

  • February 2017 •
  • 97 pages •
  • Report ID: 4773294 •
  • Format: PDF
IoT Driving Home Healthcare Market was home healthcare and residential nursing care services market’s top trend as of 2016. Many home health care companies are implementing IoT solutions to monitor and track health of chronically ill and geriatric patients. They are adopting these tools to deliver better quality service to patients. For instance, Qualcomm and Philips IoT application reduces readmission costs. This application connects medication dispensers, biosensors and self-care glucose meters enabling remote patient monitoring, chronic care management and connected medication management. .This technology enables home care service providers to track patient’s health and those availing home care to manage their health from remote areas without a physical appointment with the doctor.

Home health care refers to a wide range of health care services that are provided to individuals at their residence for any illness or injury. Residential nursing care refers to the provision of long or short-term care for individuals who suffer from serious or persistent health issues or need recuperation services.

Japan had the third highest GDP worth about $4.1 trillion accounting for 5.5% in $74 trillion global GDP in 2015. Japan is the third largest country in the health care services market and most health care spending is funded by the government through the National Health Insurance (NHI) or Employees’ Health Insurance programs. All residents in Japan are covered in one of the two public insurance systems. The NHI covers 70% of the Japanese population. Some citizens also opt for insurance offered by private companies.


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