In a recent medical report entitled “Global Telemedicine Market Analysis”, researchers analyze the growth of telemedicine around the world in conjunction with recent healthcare information technologies that have taken the healthcare industry by storm. Over the past three decades, healthcare professionals have been taking small steps to enhance the infrastructure of the medical industry to create a more user-friendly environment. Accordingly, remote medical services have skyrocketed in recent years because of technological advancements in different countries.

Looking at the bigger picture of healthcare service integration is crucial to understanding its true evolutionary path in the world. Telemedicine offers many benefits such as point of service care at any part of the world without fear of misdiagnosis or inaccuracies that create barriers to quality patient care. The idea behind telemedicine, HIT, and HIE technologies is to be able to have standardized solutions for accessing past and present clinical records, pathology reports, and medical interpretations from authorized parties and providers.

The integration of HIT and HIE networks has the potential of creating a global marketplace of information for patients, providers, and vendors alike. The deployment of interoperable electronic medical record systems allows for the successful transmission of records with accurate communication to enhance patient care services around the globe. For those areas that are still getting “locked in” to medical technologies, mobile e-health technologies can bridge the gap.

According to the Global Telemedicine Market Analysis, telemedicine and healthcare information technology is expected to grow at least nineteen percent between 2010 and 2015. Collaborating with stage two of meaningful use of HIT and HIE technologies as well as evidence based medicine, telemedicine is due to reach its potential all around the globe. These technologies can also track some of the world’s most prevalent diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, atherosclerosis, and cancer to manage treatment options and outcomes.

Using telemedicine is a win-win situation. This research-based report provides a geographic analysis of telemedicine-oriented developments in certain areas of the world to show major influences. As it stands now, Europe has been utilizing the benefits of telemedicine within medical practices to ensure quality patient care across the board.

While meaningful use of medical devices and interoperable user interfaces to monitor patient’s health is prevalent around the world, it is due to grow by six percent in Japan in coming years. Additionally, the global telemedicine market is due to expand from $9.8 billion to $23 billion by 2015. This report provides thorough research and rational analysis of current trends in the global healthcare industry to create ideas for expansion.

Many factors spur the growth of telemedicine and e-health techniques to ensure quality patient services around the world. The high demand for physicians requires thorough and fast-paced medical diagnosis and treatment, which relies on the information available healthcare networks provided by electronic medical record infrastructures that are incorporated in global health measures. The health information exchange is only in its young years with international integration due to rise with the current trends in health information technology.