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Dublin, May 13, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global Interactive Patient Engagement Solutions Market by Product (In Room Television, Interactive Bedside Terminals, Tablets), Type (Inpatient, Outpatient), End User (Hospitals, Clinics), Region - Forecast to 2026" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering. The interactive patient engagement solutions market is projected to reach USD 291 million by 2026 from USD 127 million in 2021, at a CAGR of 17.9%. The growth of this market is driven by the need for the adoption of improved interactive patient engagement solutions, a growing number of collaborations and partnerships between stakeholders, and favorable government regulations and initiatives to promote the adoption of these solutions. However, high infrastructural requirements and implementation costs and data security concerns are expected to restrain the growth of this market to a certain extent during the forecast period. In Room Television segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR On the basis of product, the interactive patient engagement solutions market is segmented into in-room televisions, interactive bedside terminals/assistive devices, and tablets. In 2020, the in-room televisions segment accounted for the largest share of 51.5% of the global interactive patient engagement solutions market. The large share of this segment can be attributed to the rising development of TV-based solutions and the increased adoption of in-room televisions by hospitals. Inpatients more keen in adopting the interactive patient engagement solutions than outpatient On the basis of type, the interactive patient engagement solutions market is segmented into inpatient and outpatient solutions. In 2020, the inpatient solutions segment accounted for the largest share of 84.9% of the interactive patient engagement solutions market. The large share of this segment can be attributed to the need for improved patient care and favorable government initiatives for the adoption of these solutions. North America to witness significant growth from 2021 to 2026 In 2020, North America accounted for the largest share of 60.9% of the interactive patient engagement solutions market. This market is also expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecasted period. The large share and the high growth of this market can be attributed to favorable government initiatives, the rising prevalence of chronic diseases, and rising awareness about digital healthcare products. Key Topics Covered: 1 Introduction 2 Research Methodology 3 Executive Summary 4 Premium Insights4.1 Interactive Patient Engagement Solutions Market Overview4.2 North America: Interactive Patient Engagement Solutions Market,By Type and Country (2020)4.3 Interactive Patient Engagement Solutions Market Share, by Type, 2021 Vs. 2026 5 Market Overview5.1 Introduction5.1.1 Drivers188.8.131.52 Need for the Adoption of Improved Interactive Patient Engagement Solutions184.108.40.206 Growing Number of Collaborations and Partnerships Between Stakeholders220.127.116.11 Favorable Government Regulations and Initiatives to Promote the Adoption of Hcit Solutions5.1.2 Restraints18.104.22.168 High Infrastructural Requirement and Implementation Costs22.214.171.124 Data Security Concerns Related to the Use of These Solutions5.1.3 Opportunities126.96.36.199 Emerging Countries Offer High-Growth Potential188.8.131.52 Technological Advancements5.1.4 Challenges184.108.40.206 Dearth of Skilled Professionals5.2 Impact of COVID-19 on the Interactive Patient Engagement Solutions Market5.3 Case Studies5.3.1 Focus on Reducing Readmission Rates and Improving Care220.127.116.11 Use Case 1: Need to Reduce Patient Stay5.3.2 Improve Outpatient Communication18.104.22.168 Use Case 2: Need to Curb Communication Issues with Discharged Patients5.4 Ecosystem Coverage5.5 Technology Analysis5.6 Regulations5.6.1 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (Hipaa)5.6.2 Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act of 2009 (Hitech)5.6.3 Consumer Privacy Protection Act of 20175.6.4 National Cybersecurity Protection Advancement Act of 20155.6.5 Cybersecurity Law of the People's Republic of China5.6.6 Affordable Care Act, 20105.7 Pricing Analysis5.8 Market Survey Analysis: End-User Viewpoint 6 Interactive Patient Engagement Solutions Market, by Type6.1 Introduction6.2 Inpatient Solutions6.2.1 Need for Patient Involvement in Their Care Process to Support the Growth of this Market6.3 Outpatient Solutions6.3.1 Large Number of Outpatient Procedures Performed to Drive Market Growth 7 Interactive Patient Engagement Solutions Market, by Product7.1 Introduction7.2 In-Room Televisions7.2.1 Increasing Adoption of In-Room Televisions by Hospitals to Drive Market Growth7.3 Integrated Bedside Terminals/Assistive Devices7.3.1 Rising Adoption of Integrated Bedside Terminals to Enhance Patient Experience is Driving Market Growth7.4 Tablets7.4.1 Portability and Cost-Effectiveness of Tablets are Supporting Their Adoption 8 Interactive Patient Engagement Solutions Market, by End-user8.1 Introduction8.2 Hospitals8.2.1 Hospitals are the Largest and Fastest-Growing End-User Segment of the Interactive Patient Engagement Solutions Market8.3 Clinics8.3.1 Reduced Mortality Rates with the Usage of Interactive Bedside Solutions to Support Market Growth8.4 Other End-users 9 Interactive Patient Engagement Solutions Market, by Region9.1 Introduction9.2 North America9.3 Europe9.4 Asia-Pacific9.5 Rest of the World 10 Competitive Landscape10.1 Overview10.2 Market Player Ranking10.3 Competitive Leadership Mapping10.3.1 Stars10.3.2 Emerging Leaders10.3.3 Pervasive Players10.3.4 Participants10.4 Company Product Footprint10.5 Market Evaluation Framework10.6 Competitive Scenario 11 Company Profiles11.1 Getwellnetwork, Inc.11.2 Sonifi Health11.3 Allen Technologies, Inc.11.4 Advantech Co., Ltd.11.5 Hospedia Limited11.6 Evideon11.7 Aceso Interactive, Inc.11.8 Epic Systems Corporation11.9 Pdi Communication Systems, Inc.11.10 Lincor Solutions11.11 Clinicall11.12 Hopitel Inc.11.13 I3Solutions Inc.11.14 Healthhub Patient Engagement Solutions11.15 Arbor Technology Corp.11.16 Healthcare Information, LLC11.17 Bewatec Kommunikationstechnik GmbH11.18 Onyx Healthcare, Inc.11.19 Barco Nv11.20 Remedi Technology 12 Appendix12.1 Discussion Guide12.2 Knowledge Store: The Subscription Portal12.3 Available Customizations12.4 Related Reports12.5 Author Details For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/4rnh8s CONTACT: CONTACT: ResearchAndMarkets.com Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager firstname.lastname@example.org For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
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The report examines the policing of COVID-19 orders in these jurisdictions between roughly September 2020 to March 2021, with the exact dates depending on provincial data available. It also compares first-wave ticketing to that of the second wave. Deshman said the number of tickets in four out of the five provinces increased from the first wave and some of the jumps were "quite substantial." Several provinces introduced laws that allowed for more enforcement and higher fines, she noted. "The provinces have now reached over $24 million in fines issued since the outset of the pandemic, which is really an astounding amount of money," Deshman said. In Manitoba, about 30 COVID-related fines and charges were issued between April 1 and June 15, 2020. But beginning in November 2020, Manitoba law enforcement officers began giving out upwards of 100 fines per week resulting in a per-capita ticketing rate that was about three times higher than most of the other provinces studied, the report says. Between September 2020 and February 2021, Manitoba issued 904 tickets to individuals and businesses, totalling well over $1 million in fines, according to the report. The press secretary for the minister of health and seniors care in Manitoba said the provincial government is committed to protecting residents from the spread of COVID-19. "Strong enforcement of public health orders is only one component of our multi-pronged approach, which also includes community supports, paid sick leave, and education," Brant Batters said in a statement. Quebec was identified as one of the most punitive provinces even during the first wave. Between April and August 2020, the province gave out 3,756 fines valued at $5.5 million, the report says. Deshman said Quebec exponentially increased its COVID-related ticketing throughout the second wave, even in months when infection rates were going down. Between September 2020 and March 2021, the province gave out 7,445 fines, totalling $12.2 million, according to the report. Marie-Louise Harvey, the spokeswoman for the minister of health and social services in Quebec, said the ministry understands the impatience that people feel because of the restrictions. She said everyone is looking forward to the end of the containment measures, including a curfew, as quickly as possible, but these measures are in place in order to preserve the health of the population and the capacities of the province's health network. "Currently, (the department) is working with the government to allow gradual easing in the coming weeks," she said in a statement in French. Ontario was one of the provinces that handed out the most tickets during the first wave and it surpassed that number during the second wave, the report says. Between March 2020 and August 2020, the province reported issuing 2,562 fines, compared to 3,942 fines from September 2020 to March 2021. The report noted that the number of tickets issued by bylaw and police officers in Toronto and Ottawa generally decreased during the second wave of the pandemic. Brent Ross, a spokesman for the ministry of the solicitor general in Ontario, said the government made its decisions during the pandemic with the goal of stopping the spread of COVID-19. "The measures that have been brought forward are based on public health advice," he said in a statement. "In the event that individuals are not following the rules we have confidence that enforcement personnel will exercise appropriate discretion." The report said that B.C. took a model approach to enforcement from a civil liberties perspective during the first wave when it managed to effectively flatten its COVID-19 curve without imposing some of the harsher lockdown measures seen in other provinces. Enforcement activity has increased significantly in the province since then. B.C. reported handing out 1,584 fines between August 2020 and March 2021 compared to approximately 22 COVID-related fines in the first few months of the pandemic, according to the report. The B.C. government did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The report said that Nova Scotia was the highest per-capita ticket issuer among the five provinces in the first wave. Its law enforcement continued to give out fines for COVID-related behaviours during the second wave but at a much lower magnitude. Of the total 912 fines given across Nova Scotia between March 2020 and February 2021, 76 per cent were given out during the first wave. Heather Fairbairn, a spokeswoman for the Nova Scotia justice ministry, said the government's focus has always been creating an environment of awareness, understanding and caring. "The province remains in a state of emergency. When issues with compliance put our province at risk, there are measures in place to help protect the health and safety of all Nova Scotians," she said in a statement. Deshman said it's become clear in the third wave that many of the people getting sick and dying from COVID-19 are being exposed to the virus in their workplaces or because they live in crowded apartment buildings. "These are not people that are acting irresponsibly or recklessly." Policing already disproportionately and unjustifiably impacts racialized communities and those experiencing homelessness, addiction or mental-health challenges, she said. "These are the very communities that, in many parts of the country, are experiencing the worst of this pandemic, and that are now being exposed to additional harms of an enforcement-led public health response." This report by The Canadian Press was first published May 13, 2021. ------ This story was produced with the financial assistance of the Facebook and Canadian Press News Fellowship. Maan Alhmidi, The Canadian Press
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