Tuesday 14 December 2021

*NEW RESEARCH* Health SITS: Market & Suppliers 2021-2024

Health Report CoverTechMarketView’s UK Health Software & IT Services: Suppliers, Trends & Forecasts 2021-2024 report is the fourth 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 2021-2024 report, which provides a sector overview, and follows the recently published reports on the Central Government, Defence, and Local & Regional Government SITS markets. Over the next few weeks, it will be followed by reports covering the Police and Education markets.

Within the Health report you will find TechMarketView’s Top 10 SITS suppliers rankings for this part of the public sector in 2020. 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.

As a result of the pandemic, growth in the Health SITS market has been dramatic. Investment in solutions to help mitigate the impact of the pandemic, such as contact tracing, the testing programme, vaccination management and the rush to remote ways of working, resulted in the market growing strongly in 2020. Growth remains strong over our forecast period to 2024 as the health service seeks to manage the immense pressure from COVID-19, the waiting list for elective care, and the ongoing challenges of an ageing population with increasingly complex needs, and skills shortages.

In this report we look at some of the trends in the Health SITS market, including the rush to invest in innovative startups; the impact of the Wade-Gery Review; the  integration of health and care, including the growing importance of Integrated Care Systems; the progress in digital mental health solutions; and the role of data, analytics and AI in addressing challenges in the sector.  

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 '08:57' - Tagged: nhs   health   research   report   healthcare