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Middle East & Africa Telemedicine Market Analysis - By Technology, By Service , By Application, By Delivery Mode , By End User & By Country (KSA, UAE, Israel, rest of GCC countries, South Africa, Ethiopia, Kenya, Egypt, Sudan, rest of MEA) - Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, Forecast | 2022 to 2027

Published: January, 2022
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The Middle East and Africa telemedicine market size is estimated to grow from USD 3.86 billion in 2022 to USD 6.44 billion by 2027, with a CAGR of 10.80% over the next five years. Though it is a small sector in the healthcare market presently, it is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the overall healthcare market. The recent healthcare reforms have transformed the telemedicine market and have been influential in expanding the reach of such applications.

COVID - 19 impact on MEA telemedicine market

The demand for telemedicine is increasing in the outbreak of COVID – 19. Higher authorities recommended all the people to stay home to control the spread of COVID-19 disease. UAE has taken a step forward in providing medical services for the people online, which is a dominant factor for the market to grow.  

Telemedicine is the distribution of healthcare services and information through the use of telecommunication. The telemedicine market in the Middle East and Africa is increasing rapidly from February 2020. The telemedicine will provide access to best global healthcare servers to the residents of the Middle East and Africa. The telemedicine will help the elderly people who have a mobility issue to connect to the doctor. It reduces overall healthcare cost as many countries in Africa cannot spend a lot on healthcare, and the income of common people is low. The telemedicine is helping in remote areas by providing healthcare services as many places in this region of the Middle East, and Africa does not have basic health care services. There is a virtual hospital in Abu Dhabi named Mubadala’s Abu Dhabi telemedicine centre which provides 24/7 services. These are some of the key factors which are driving the telemedicine market in the Middle East and Africa region.

The telemedicine requires skilled persons to operate devices. The dearth of skilled technicians is a major challenging factor for market growth. Lack of internet connection in rural areas and less awareness are hindering the demand of the market.  

This research report segmented and sub-segmented into the following categories:

  • By Technology: Hardware, Software & Telecommunication
  • By Service: Tele-Monitoring, Store-And-Forward, Real-Time Interactive
  • By Application: Tele-Cardiology, Tele-Radiology, Tele-Pathology, Tele-Dermatology, Tele-Neurology, Emergency Care, Home Health & Others
  • By Delivery Mode: Web-Based, Cloud-Based & Others
  • By End-Users: Tele-Hospitals, Tele-Homes, & Others
  • By Country:  KSA, UAE, Israel, Rest Of GCC Countries, South Africa, Ethiopia, Kenya, Egypt, Sudan, Rest Of MEA

Medical consultation services will keep on to be the most regularly used form of telemedicine used by physicians for escalating the outreach of their medical advice. The telemonitoring segment will also enjoy an upward trend owing to the increasing diabetic and disabled population.

On the basis of geography, South Africa currently has the largest share of the Telemedicine market in this region.

Telemedicine players are focused on improving their technology offerings in terms of hardware, network, and software (i.e., enabling technologies). Healthcare companies are estimating the return on investment (ROI) and clinical outcomes of telemedicine technology. Tier I players are estimating opportunities in telemedicine in the form of consolidation. Insurance companies are taking a realistic look at the ability of telemedicine to support e-healthcare and considerably improve the bottom line.

Companies dominating in the MEA Telemedicine Market are AMD Global Telemedicine, CISCO Systems, Inc., Medtronic, Inc., GE Healthcare, Honeywell Lifesciences, Philips healthcare, McKesson Corp, Aerotel Medical Systems, CardioComm and Cerner Corporation.

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