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The eHospital Census is a comprehensive historical record of healthcare IT installations at the functional level. Regarding hospitals in 12 European countries and 44 software applications (like Radiology Informations System or PACS) the eHospital Census contains descriptions of the installed base including availability, scope, market share, age profile, and life span of installations. The eHospital Census also provides information on the IT Budget, hospital demography & IT infrastructure, market sizes, investment plans and the market development from 2005 to 2014. So the eHospital Census regards the current situation with the last 4 years and includes a 5-year forecast.
Because of its high quality the eHospital Census is also characterized as Good Practice Case by eHealth Benchmarking which is carried out by empirica on behalf of the European Commission.
Thus the eHospital Census is the most comprehensive primary data collection in Europe and a unique strategic resource to guide key decisions in hospital IT driven by eHealth Consultants, Vendors of IT solutions and Hospitals alike.
The new product concept of the eHospital Census is more tailored to the targets and their needs for decision making processes. The eHospital Census 2010 contains 4 different report types:
- the eHospital Census Full Report,
- the eHospital Census Country Hospital Informations Systems Profile,
- the eHospital Census Application Cluster Profile and
- the eHospital Census Country Comparison Profile.
The Full Report contains maximum detail at application and market segment level. That means the hospitals are divided into the segments small, medium and large same as public and private. The Full Report is optimal for further in-depth analysis to feed into operative and strategic planning tools and business calculations like revenue plans and forecasts; financial impact of new product launch.
The Country Hospital Informations System Profile allows an aggregated view on hospital information systems at an application level in the context of actual market potential, the client’s functional business needs and budget availability. It could be used for executive level to feed into operative and strategic decision making processes like a market entry or exit, the product development and mergers & acquisitions. Consulting companies use the Country Hospital Informations System Profile to assist hospitals with decisions regarding further integration and selection of suitable software.
The Application Cluster Profile is optimal for an aggregated view on hospital information systems supporting specific hospital business functions. This report covers those applications that support the business functions at an application level in the context of actual market potential, functional client needs and budget availability.
The Application Cluster Profile is optimal for consulting companies or vendors to understand the client’s environment and link back to the components of software solutions to assist with business planning, product development, integration issues or evaluation of suitable software tools.
The Country Comparison Profile as the fourth report type gives a top level view on hospital information systems at national level in the context of actual market potential, national influencing factors and IT budgets. The Country Comparison Profile allows generic benchmarking to assist country comparisons and develop reference models.
This report is used by global executive level and country healthcare authorities to feed into strategic decision making processes.
The eHospital Census 2010 is a product created by the market research consultancy data information intelligence (www.dii-healthcare.com). The Hospital IT Network owns the exclusive distribution rights.
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