For many years, telehealth advocates have accused payers of being unwilling to reimburse for proven telehealth interventions, which can significantly reduce medical costs. Well, we have crossed that chasm, and telehealth is about to experience explosive growth. RNCOS Business Consultancy Services has just released a report predicting 18.5 percent annual growth in telehealth worldwide through 2018. The U.S. will outpace the rest of the world. Forbes contributor Bruce Japsen recently interviewed an analyst at another market research firm, IHS, who predicts that the U.S. telehealth market will grow to $1.9 billion in 2018 from $240 million today, an annual growth rate of 56 percent. This is explosive, and it has led to increased political activity.
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14 Jul '14
All I know is that a fool and his money are soon parted. I don't consider this my wisest shares and I bought in on impulse. Will I sell? To be honest I don't think I'm at the point of needing to. The product range seems good,and the revues are in fairness very positive for the product range. However, the management really are a complete farce. We all however play our part. Upon reflection my comments do the company no favours to would-be investors and that also therefore delays the progress we all anticipate/expect/hope for. With this in mind I intend to refrain from my regular negative comments and focus on my more profitable investments. Watching from the sidelines.
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