Patient portals were designed to improve communication between patients and healthcare providers. As a result of meaningful capacity utilization requirements, they were required as a way to provide patients with timely access to their healthcare. Patient portals, in particular, provide patients access to their medical history, enabling them to be more involved in their treatment. The two main categories of patient portals are standalone interfaces and integrated services. EMR, EHR, and practise management software applications often provide integrated patient portal software. At their most basic level, however, they are basically web-based tools.
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Key Driving Factors: The demand for high-quality medical infrastructure is growing.
Many developing-country households are becoming wealthier, resulting in a demand for high-quality medical care and increased private-sector involvement. The central element of enhancing medical treatment is creativity and medical development. Furthermore, the patient portal market is expected to be driven by the presence of healthcare infrastructure.
This report offers the major market player’s profiles, such as Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc. (U.S.), McKesson Corporation (U.S.), athenahealth, Inc. (U.S.), Cerner Corporation (U.S.), eClinicalWorks (U.S.), CureMD (U.S.), NextGen Healthcare Information Systems, LLC (U.S.), Greenway Health, LLC (U.S.), Medfusion (U.S.), Epic Corporation Inc. (U.S.), GE Healthcare (U.K.), Intelichart (U.S.)
Opportunities: Demand for Electronic Health Records (EHRs) is Growing:
The patient portal market is expected to expand as healthcare payers adopt a more patient-centric approach and demand for electronic health records (EHRs) rises. EHRs are becoming increasingly common as the healthcare industry continues to digitalize at a rapid pace. More than half of upper-middle- and high-income countries have implemented national EHR programmes, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). The demand for patient portals is growing as policymakers around the world concentrate on developing guidelines, legislation, and infrastructure for preserving health records. For example, in Australia, My Health Record, a national digital health record network, has launched “My Health Record” to ensure that by 2022, the majority of people have a health record. This will make it easier for all healthcare providers in the country to access the platform's healthcare data. In addition, since the beginning of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has placed a lot of pressure on healthcare organisations. However, the use of electronic health records (EHRs) has proved to be helpful in overcoming this obstacle. They assisted in the recommendation of surge capacity to assist healthcare providers in planning for the anticipated rise in patient numbers.
The market is categorized into standalone and integrated patient portals based on form. Integrated patient portals work as a module on top of an existing EMR/EHR (electronic medical records/electronic health records) or other healthcare information technology system. In 2015, integrated portals are expected to hold the largest share of the global market by form. This large share can be due to the fact that these solutions provide improved productivity and do not necessitate costly custom creation to construct a machine bridge. The majority of integrated portals are operated by the same company that provides an EHR system. Furthermore, these technologies allow users to perform multiple business functions from a single interface. They are less expensive, more common, and therefore in high demand because they provide a one-stop solution.
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Published Date : May-2021