Wednesday 25 November 2020

*NEW RESEARCH* UK Health Supplier & Market Analysis

Health Report ImagePublished today, TechMarketView’s UK Health Software & IT Services: Suppliers, Trends & Forecasts 2020-2023 report is the fifth of six deep-dive reports providing TechMarketView’s UK public sector SITS subsector analysis from a market and supplier perspective.

The report accompanies the UK Public Sector Software & IT Services: Suppliers, Trends & Forecasts 2020-2023 report, which provides a sector overview, and follows similar reports on Central Government, Local Government, Defence and Education. Before the end of the year we will also be publishing our report covering the Police market.

Within UK Health Software & IT Services: Suppliers, Trends & Forecasts 2020-2023, you will find TechMarketView’s Top 10 Health SITS rankings for 2019. You will also find our analysis of suppliers that are 'On the Rise' and challenging for a Top 10 position. We also look at 'Ones to Watch'; suppliers that are worthy of mention due to some interesting moves and/or an increasingly significant footprint.

Despite some of the Top 10 suppliers to the health subsector experiencing declining revenues, the overall market continued to grow strongly in 2019. As a result of the pandemic, growth is expected to be even stronger in 2020. New digital services have been introduced across the NHS at a speed that would have been unthinkable previously. Nightingale hospitals were up and running with working tech in a matter of days; there has been a rapid uptake of remote and paperless solutions; and significant investment in technology to support test, track and trace efforts.

In this report we forecast how the market will perform between now and 2023, and using our proprietary Digital Evolution Model (DEM), we also provide a view of the market by the ‘New’—digital, cloud, platform and cyber security-led offerings, and ‘Heritage’—offerings focused on traditional systems and processes.

PublicSectorViews’ subscribers can download the research today. If you are not yet a subscriber, or are unsure if your company has a subscription, please contact Deb Seth to find out how you can access the research.

Posted by Dale Peters at '16:36' - Tagged: publicsector   nhs   health   ranking   market+trends