The South Korea smart healthcare industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.1% between 2024 and 2032. The government’s initiatives in digitalising the healthcare system of South Korea along with an increased emphasis on research and development are majorly driving the smart healthcare market of South Korea.
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A concept known as the "digital hospital" first appeared in Korea in the early 2000s intending to promote a thorough transition from analogue hospital workflows, in which films, charts, records, slips, pens and papers were frequently used for all aspects of recording patients' medical histories, to a digital workflow involving eliminating films, charts, slips, and paper methods by establishing computerised entry and picture archiving. The term "smart hospitals" has been rhetorically compared to the SMART (Specific, Measurable, Action-oriented, Realistic, and Time-bound) groundwork structure.
The development of a unique and interdependent ecosystem for pharmaceutical and medical technologies and a mega fund to support it are significant concerns of the government. Moreover, the government is also putting emphasis on bolstering the use of healthcare information through digital modes, smart health management at community healthcare centres and clinics, the upturn of telemedicine, modification of the health insurance premium system, growth of government infrastructure for infectious diseases, and essential medical care are just a few of the tasks the new government has set for itself in the area of health policy.
A new SmartTag Health Screening System is being developed by the Singapore-based healthcare technology company Cadi Scientific in collaboration with Choongwae Information Technology, a pioneer in healthcare IT in Korea. The Samsung Medical Center, Korea's top healthcare facility for health promotion, performs health screenings and has installed the SmartTag Health Screening System. The RFID system from Cadi Scientific comprises different kinds of SmartNodes and a SmartTag. While the SmartNode is installed on the walls or the back of tablet computers used by clinic personnel, the SmartTag is placed in the patient's pocket.
This specific smart system offers a range of information, assisting patients in finding prompt answers to their questions. It will facilitate better communication and cut down on patient wait times. Both the patient and the doctor may see information on the LCD panel, which raises everyone's levels of satisfaction. The success of the RFID project at the Samsung Medical Center has improved the RFID solutions in South Korea, thereby augmenting the smart healthcare market growth in the country.
Modern information and communication technology (ICT) breakthroughs are being used to improve healthcare services in "smart hospitals." Hospitals have incorporated robots, artificial intelligence, and other Fourth Industrial Revolution-related technology, boosting hopes for advancements in the accuracy of illness detection and treatment. There is a growing need to minimise national medical expenditures by connecting with other associated medical facilities such as pharmacies, clinics, and rehabilitation centres, integrating cutting-edge information and communication technology (ICT) and delivering "patient-centred care" facilities in which patients have access to diverse health information and may pick their own treatment techniques. For these reasons, major nations, including South Korea, are promoting numerous support measures to encourage industrial growth connected to smart hospitals, and the South Korea market for smart healthcare is growing.
with Due to the expanding integration of AI-based technologies with assisted living and the emergence of ultra-modern healthcare options like e-health and mHealth, the applications of these technologies are growing in South Korea leading to the expansion of the healthcare market over the past few years. Some of the key factors that are anticipated to contribute to the market's growth include rising disposable income and expanding cloud technology used in healthcare services. South Korea has a large proportion of an ageing population, which makes providing quality geriatric healthcare one of the prime concerns in the country. Additionally, the COVID-19 pandemic has made health and RPM (remote patient monitoring) more popular in the country. Such technical assistance enables practitioners to keep a track of patients' health without coming into direct physical contact, avoiding the spread of the coronavirus or any other communicable diseases.
The "2022 Rehabilitation & Care Korea," also known as the RECARE 2023 expo, was held in Ilsan, South Korea and brought together and displayed the most recent national and international rehabilitation technology, welfare goods, and services. The RECARE 2023 programme aimed at improving commercial prospects for Korean firms while enhancing the competitiveness of the medical system's rehabilitation and welfare sector. Rehabilitation medical and training devices that use smart technology were on display at the expo. These devices included orthopaedic medical devices, pharmaceutical devices, wearable robots, wearable robots with software, and gadgets that showcased smart technologies, convergence technologies, and functional robot technologies, among others.
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Based on product, the South Korea smart healthcare market is segmented into RFID Kanban systems, RFID smart cabinet systems, electronic health records (EHR), telemedicine, mHealth, and smart pills and syringes, among others.
The comprehensive EMR report provides an in-depth assessment of the market based on the Porter's five forces model along with giving a SWOT analysis. The report gives a detailed analysis of the following key players in the South Korea smart healthcare market, covering their competitive landscape and latest developments like mergers, acquisitions, investments and expansion plans.
Recent research investigated the application of IoT and machine learning to diagnose COVID-19 patients. The machine learning and IoT-based suggested model may be used as a system for supporting clinical decisions in the coming future. Additionally, it is anticipated that it will help lessen the excessive burden on medical professionals and address the COVID-19-related issue of patient overcrowding. Personal health records (PHRs), a type of mobile health record system, are designed to enable self-monitoring and management by gathering data such as weight, activity level, and blood sugar levels from mobile phones as well as information on treatments and examinations from various medical facilities.
Smart pills, smart syringes, electronic healthcare products, etc. are a few of the most common types of smart healthcare products. The rise in chronic diseases, including diabetes, heart disease, and cancer, among others, is a major factor in the smart healthcare market's expansion. Integrating the two-bin kanban replenishment system with RFID technology improves hospital procedures and minimises waste such as expired items, surplus inventory, and personnel movements. Because of rising smartphone usage and digitalization, mHealth adoption has lately expanded dramatically. The need for smart healthcare systems is projected to increase due to the increasing use of mHealth, government efforts to digitise healthcare, and the growth of chronic diseases among populations.
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Lemon Healthcare Co., Ltd.- Lemon Healthcare is a mobile healthcare company. The developers of medical software intend to link patients with healthcare facilities and build a smart healthcare network. Users may quickly access a patient's whole procedure from smartphone to hospital visit with the help of the company's M-Care, a patient-centered two-way service platform. Its headquarters are in Seoul, South Korea, and it was established in 2017. Lemon Healthcare's investors include Hanwha Asset Management, Shinhan Investment Corp., Shinhan Capital, Mirae Asset Financial Group, Korea Development Bank, and six other companies.
Siemens Healthcare GmbH - The medical technology firm Siemens Healthcare GmbH is a division of Siemens AG, that creates, develops, manufactures, and sells clinical and workflow systems and solutions and diagnostic imaging equipment, among others. The company's key products include mobile C-arms, hybrid operating rooms, angiography systems, computed tomography systems, ultrasound systems, and magnetic resonance imaging systems, among others. Additionally, it provides business and digital services. Health care providers served by Siemens Healthcare GmbH include clinics, doctors, hospitals and hospital systems, laboratories, public health organisations, universities, state-run and commercial health insurance, pharmaceutical firms, and clinical research institutions. The corporation has operations in Europe, the USA, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. The headquarters are situated in Erlangen, Germany.
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Historical and Forecast Trends, Industry Drivers and Constraints, Historical and Forecast Market Analysis by Segment:
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2 Report Coverage – Key Segmentation and Scope
3 Report Description
3.1 Market Definition and Outlook
3.2 Properties and Applications
3.3 Market Analysis
3.4 Key Players
4 Key Assumptions
5 Executive Summary
5.2 Key Drivers
5.3 Key Developments
5.4 Competitive Structure
5.5 Key Industrial Trends
6 Market Snapshot
7 Opportunities and Challenges in the Market
8 South Korea Smart Healthcare Market Analysis
8.1 Key Industry Highlights
8.2 South Korea Smart Healthcare Historical Market (2018-2023)
8.3 South Korea Smart Healthcare Market Forecast (2024-2032)
8.4 South Korea Smart Healthcare Market by Product
8.4.1 RFID Kanban Systems
184.108.40.206 Market Share
220.127.116.11 Historical Trend (2018-2023)
18.104.22.168 Forecast Trend (2024-2032)
8.4.2 RFID Smart Cabinets
22.214.171.124 Market Share
126.96.36.199 Historical Trend (2018-2023)
188.8.131.52 Forecast Trend (2024-2032)
8.4.3 Electronic Health Records (EHR)
184.108.40.206 Market Share
220.127.116.11 Historical Trend (2018-2023)
18.104.22.168 Forecast Trend (2024-2032)
22.214.171.124 Market Share
126.96.36.199 Historical Trend (2018-2023)
188.8.131.52 Forecast Trend (2024-2032)
184.108.40.206 Market Share
220.127.116.11 Historical Trend (2018-2023)
18.104.22.168 Forecast Trend (2024-2032)
8.4.6 Smart Pills and Syringes
22.214.171.124 Market Share
126.96.36.199 Historical Trend (2018-2023)
188.8.131.52 Forecast Trend (2024-2032)
9 Market Dynamics
9.1 SWOT Analysis
9.2 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
9.2.1 Supplier’s Power
9.2.2 Buyer’s Power
9.2.3 Threat of New Entrants
9.2.4 Degree of Rivalry
9.2.5 Threat of Substitutes
9.3 Key Indicators for Demand
9.4 Key Indicators for Price
10 Competitive Landscape
10.1 Market Structure
10.2 Company Profiles
10.2.1 Lemon Healthcare Co., Ltd.
10.2.1.1 Company Overview
10.2.1.2 Product Portfolio
10.2.1.3 Demographic Reach and Achievements
10.2.2 Dr. Now Co., Ltd
10.2.2.1 Company Overview
10.2.2.2 Product Portfolio
10.2.2.3 Demographic Reach and Achievements
10.2.3 iCOOP Co., Ltd
10.2.3.1 Company Overview
10.2.3.2 Product Portfolio
10.2.3.3 Demographic Reach and Achievements
10.2.4 Apple Inc.
10.2.4.1 Company Overview
10.2.4.2 Product Portfolio
10.2.4.3 Demographic Reach and Achievements
10.2.5 Siemens Healthcare GmbH
10.2.5.1 Company Overview
10.2.5.2 Product Portfolio
10.2.5.3 Demographic Reach and Achievements
10.2.6 LG Electronics Co., Ltd.
10.2.6.1 Company Overview
10.2.6.2 Product Portfolio
10.2.6.3 Demographic Reach and Achievements
11 Key Trends and Developments in the Market
List of Key Figures and Tables
1. South Korea Smart Healthcare Market: Key Industry Highlights, 2018 and 2032
2. South Korea Smart Healthcare Historical Market: Breakup by Product (USD Million), 2018-2023
3. South Korea Smart Healthcare Market Forecast: Breakup by Product (USD Million), 2024-2032
4. South Korea Smart Healthcare Market Structure
The market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 8.1% between 2024 and 2032.
The major drivers of the smart healthcare industry in South Korea are research and innovation in the healthcare sector, high internet facilities, expo and exhibition events, the surge of ICT and AI in the country, the rise in the ageing population, an increase in disposable income, busy lifestyles and a high standard of living.
The key industry trends of the smart healthcare market in South Korea are the emergence of smart hospitals and the government’s support for the digitalization of the healthcare system.
The key players in the South Korea smart healthcare industry are Lemon Healthcare Co., Ltd., Dr. Now Co., Ltd., iCOOP Co., Ltd, Apple Inc., Siemens Healthcare GmbH, and LG Electronics Co., Ltd., among others.
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