3D Metrology Market Research Report - Global Forecast till 2025

Impact of COVID-19 on the Telehealth Market

ID: MRFR/SEM/2445-CR | July, 2019 | Region : Global

Impact 0f COVID-19 on the Telehealth Market


1.1 A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE


It did not take novel coronavirus for the telehealth industry to start gaining traction among healthcare providers and patients. Telehealth was already experiencing significant momentum and growth prior to this public health emergency, particularly over the past few years as the technology has become more streamlined and young tech-savvy generation is gaining interest in this care model. The appetite for telehealth is growing, but many consumers are confused or unsure about its availability.


What was thwarting the growth of the telehealth industry before the outbreak?



  • There are certain federal restrictions, regulatory and legislative barriers to the data privacy, cybersecurity, and accuracy of care that had made the adoption of telehealth and remote patient monitoring challenging.



  • Secondly, the medical care provided under the virtual care and telehealth sector was without incentives and with a lot of conditions as to which type of care qualifies for medical reimbursement.



  • Care provider needed to have HIPAA complied software and infrastructure to provide care through telehealth, and the violation of these rules led to heavy penalty


1.2 WHAT HAS CHANGED WITH COVID-19?


Statistically, 40% of doctors are providing care to coronavirus patients, and rest 60% of doctors are forced to stop their services until told otherwise. Social distancing and lockdowns across the countries due to COVID-19 have forced non-urgent healthcare providers to close their doors and pushed many patients to seek care remotely. Due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 crisis, a number of care providers are thinking about changing their service model and implementing the telehealth solutions as part of their regular medical setup. Telehealth is no longer a supplementary care option but a must-have option for healthcare professionals and patients.
Telehealth Market


Source: Global Survey, MRFR Analysis


Steps taken by governments across the globe in implementing telehealth services during COVID-19



  • In the US, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has established a USD 200 Million COVID-19 Telehealth Program to help eligible healthcare providers continue to treat patients with the help of telehealth tech. This program will help in making the technology more accessible to patients who might otherwise be unable to access telehealth services.



  • Lowered Regulatory Barriers (Temporarily) - The regulatory changes have, at least temporarily, reduced or eliminated the barriers that previously existed to encourage both providers and patients to opt for telehealth over in-person visits when appropriate.



  • On March 17, 2020, the as US Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights announced wave of penalties for HIPAA violations during the pandemic to encourage the use of regular video conferencing apps including WhatsApp, Facetime, Zoom, and many others which don’t have required security features, are permissible (temporarily) to use for teleconsultations



  • Japanese Ministry, METI, launched a free remote health consultation service to address COVID-19 related concerns. The major participants in this program are Mediplat and LINE healthcare. Both the companies have managed to handle up to 5,000 consultations a day during the period from March 11 to 31



  • In April 2020, the Ministry of Health and NITI Aayog release ‘Telemedicine’ guidelines amidst COVID-19 in India. With these revised guidelines, there have been 70% surge in the patient inquiries for consultations


Countries that are most benefitted due to the existing telehealth infrastructure



  • US, Canada, Germany, Australia, Singapore


1.3 USE OF TELEHEALTH SERVICES IN FIGHTING COVID-19



  • To mitigate the risk of spreading COVID-19



  • Curb the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) in out-patient departments, that needs to be saved for more critical cases



  • To protect clinicians by reducing physical contact with infected patients. Suspected cases and milder COVID-19 cases that do not need hospitalization can be remotely monitored, freeing up beds for serious cases


1.4 MEDICAL APPLICATIONS WHICH HAVE SEEN SURGE IN THE USE OF TELEHEALTH DURING COVID-19



  • Counseling mental health patients through video conferencing as it has turned out to be the most affected patient population during the pandemic, social distancing, and lockdowns

  • Remotely monitoring cancer patients

  • Routine follow-ups with diabetic patients

  • Refilling prescriptions of patients with chronic disease conditions

  • Remotely screening the patients with skin conditions

  • Screening of patients with mild symptoms including fever, cough, and cold, etc.


1.5 POST COVID-19 TELEHEALTH SCENARIO



  • The temporary expansion of telehealth services due to COVID-19 will have lasting effects and the solutions and services will remain as a widely available option even after the coronavirus pandemic ends



  • As people have already seen telehealth in action during this uncertain time and are experiencing its benefits; going forward, the telehealth industry will observe an increase in adoption with improved functionality and accessibility across the world



  • As it is expected, the relaxation HIPAA regulations and the waver on violation penalty will be lifted post the pandemic, care providers and patients are likely to switch to a HIPAA compliant and more secure Telehealth platforms for seeking medical care


Outcome of the survey conducted with 500 US consumers
the Telehealth Market


Source: Global Survey, MRFR Analysis


1.6 PROCESSES TO BE STREAMLINED POST THE PANDEMIC



  • Government regulations need to be reviewed to protect patient data privacy and ensure IT network security while providing the best medical care through virtual platforms



  • Clinical protocols and workflows should be revisited to ensure that remote care is used only for suitable conditions and that the doctor-patient relationship is not compromised



  • We, the people need to ensure that our medical insurance systems offer the appropriate incentives to use telehealth.



  • Proper training needs to be provided for clinical staff as they change their way of working

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TABLE OF CONTENT

2.1 Drivers

2.2 Restraint

2.3 Opportunities

2.4 Challenge

2.5 Supply Chain Analysis

2.6 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

2.6.1 Threat of New Entrants

2.6.2 Bargaining Power of Suppliers

2.6.3 Bargaining Power of Buyers

2.6.4 Threat of Substitutes

2.6.5 Rivalry

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Market Size, By Sub-segments

3.2.1 3D Profilometery Market

3.2.2 White Light Interferometry Market

3.2.3 Confocal Microscopy Market

3.2.4 3D Optical Microscopy Market

3.2.5 Scanning Probe Microscopy Market

3.2.6 Coherent Metrology

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Market Size, By Sub-segments

4.2.1 Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) Market

4.2.2 Optical Digitizers and Scanners (ODS) Market

4.2.3 Vision Measuring Machine (VMM) Market

4.2.4 Measuring Gage Market

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Market Size, By Sub-segments

5.2.1 Automotive

5.2.2 Aerospace

5.2.3 Precision Mechanical (Mechanical Engineering)

5.2.4 Medical

5.2.5 Electronics

5.2.6 Packaging

5.2.7 3D Printing

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Market Size, By Sub-segments

6.2.1 Europe

6.2.2 North America

6.2.3 Asia-Pacific

6.2.4 Rest of the World

7.1 Global Consumption Volume, and Consumption Value of 3D Metrology Product, By Region

7.2 Global Consumption Volume of 3D Metrology Product, By End-User

7.3 Sale Price of 3D Metrology Product, By Region

8.1 U.S. Supply, Consumption, Import and Export (2016-2022E)

8.2 Europe Supply, Consumption, Import and Export (2016-2022E)

8.3 China Supply, Consumption, Import and Export (2016-2022E)

8.4 Japan Supply, Consumption, Import and Export (2016-2022E)

9.1 Introduction

9.2 Competitive Scenario

9.3 Market Share Analysis

9.4 Company Profiles

9.4.1 Hexagon AB

9.4.1.1 Overview

9.4.1.2 Product Portfolio

9.4.1.3 Business Strategy & Key Developments

9.4.1.4 SWOT Analysis

9.4.2 Mitutoyo Corporation

9.4.2.1 Overview

9.4.2.2 Product Offered

9.4.2.3 Business Strategy & Key Developments

9.4.2.4 SWOT Analysis

9.4.3 Carl ZEISS

9.4.3.1 Overview

9.4.3.2 Product Offered

9.4.3.3 Business Strategy & Key Developments

9.4.3.4 SWOT Analysis

9.4.4 Nikon Corporation

9.4.4.1 Overview

9.4.4.2 Product offered

9.4.4.3 Business Strategy & Key Developments

9.4.4.4 SWOT Analysis

9.4.5 Bruker Corporation

9.4.5.1 Business Overview

9.4.5.2 Product Portfolio

9.4.5.3 Strategy

9.4.5.4 SWOT Analysis

9.4.6 Alicona

9.4.6.1 Business Overview

9.4.6.2 Product Portfolio

9.4.7 Sensofar

9.4.7.1 Business Overview

9.4.7.2 Product Portfolio

9.4.8 Olympus Corporation

9.4.8.1 Business Overview

9.4.8.2 Product Portfolio

9.4.9 Keyence Corporation

9.4.9.1 Business Overview

9.4.9.2 Product/Services Offering

9.4.10 Zeta Instrument

9.4.10.1 Business Overview

9.4.10.2 Product Portfolio

9.4.11 Filmetrics

9.4.11.1 Business Overview

9.4.11.2 Product Portfolio

9.4.12 Leica Microsystems

9.4.12.1 Business Overview

9.4.12.2 Product Portfolio

9.4.13 AEP Technologies

9.4.13.1 Business Overview

9.4.13.2 Product Portfolio

9.4.14 KLA-Tencor

9.4.14.1 Business Overview

9.4.14.2 Product Portfolio

9.4.15 AMETEK

9.4.15.1 Business Overview

9.4.15.2 Product Portfolio

9.4.16 Faro Technologies

9.4.16.1 Overview

9.4.16.2 Product offered

9.4.17 LMI technologies

9.4.17.1 Business Overview

9.4.17.2 Product offered

9.4.18 3D Systems

9.4.18.1 Business Overview

9.4.18.2 Product offered

9.4.19 Wenzel

9.4.19.1 Business Overview

9.4.19.2 Product Offered

9.4.20 Nanofocus

9.4.20.1 Business Overview

9.4.20.2 Product offered

9.4.21 Kreon Technologies

9.4.21.1 Business Overview

9.4.21.2 Product Offered

9.4.22 MicroVu System

9.4.22.1 Business Overview

9.4.22.2 Product offered

9.4.23 Cyber Optics

9.4.23.1 Business Overview

9.4.23.2 Product offered 90

9.4.24 Polytec

9.4.24.1 Business Overview

9.4.24.2 Product Portfolio

10.1 Definition

10.2 Scope of the Study

10.2.1 Research Objective

10.2.2 Assumption

10.2.3 Limitation

10.3 Market Structure

11.1 Research Process

11.2 Primary Research

11.3 Secondary Research

11.4 Market Size Estimation

11.5 Forecast Model


TABLE 1 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 2 GLOBAL 3D PROFILOMTERY MARKET, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 3 GLOBAL WHITE LIGHT INTERFEROMETRY MARKET, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 4 GLOBAL CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY MARKET, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 5 GLOBAL 3D OPTICAL MICROSCOPY MARKET, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 6 GLOBAL SCANNING PROBE MICROSCOPY MARKET, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 7 GLOBAL COHERENT METROLOGY MARKET, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 8 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET BY PRODUCT, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 9 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY OPTICAL DIGITIZERS & SCANNERS (ODS) MARKET,

2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 10 GLOBAL VISION MEASURING MACHINE MARKET, 2016 -2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 11 GLOBAL MEASURING GAGE MARKET, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 12 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET BY END-USERS, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 13 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 14 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY AEROSPACE INDUSTRY, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 15 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY PRECISION MECHANICAL, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 16 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY MEDICAL, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 17 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY ELECTRONICS, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 18 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY PACKAGING 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 19 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY 3D PRINTING INDUSTRY, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 20 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET BY REGION, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 21 EUROPE 3D METROLOGY MARKET, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 22 NORTH AMERICA 3D METROLOGY MARKET, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 23 ASIA-PACIFIC 3D METROLOGY MARKET, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

TABLE 24 GLOBAL CMM CONSUMPTION (K UNITS) BY REGION IN 3D METROLOGY MARKET (2016-2022)

TABLE 25 GLOBAL OPTICAL DIGITZER & SCANNERS CONSUMPTION (K UNITS) BY REGION IN 3D METROLOGY MARKET (2016-2022)

TABLE 26 GLOBAL VMM CONSUMPTION (K UNITS) BY REGION IN 3D METROLOGY MARKET (2016-2022)

TABLE 27 GLOBAL MEASURING GAGE CONSUMPTION (K UNITS) BY REGION IN 3D METROLOGY MARKET (2016-2022)

TABLE 28 GLOBAL CONSUMPTION VALUE (M USD) OF 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY REGION (2016-2022)

TABLE 29 CMM CONSUMPTION VOLUME BY END-USER (K UNITS), 2016-2022

TABLE 30 OPTICAL DIGITIZERS & SCANNERS CONSUMPTION VOLUME BY END-USER (K UNITS), 2016-2022

TABLE 31 VMM CONSUMPTION VOLUME BY END-USER (K UNITS), 2016-2022

TABLE 32 MEASURING GAGE CONSUMPTION VOLUME BY END-USER (K UNITS), 2016-2022

TABLE 33 SALE PRICE OF 3D METROLOGY PRODUCTS, BY REGION (USD MILLION)

TABLE 34 U.S. SUPPLY, CONSUMPTION OF 3D METROLOGY PRODUCTS, 2016-2022 (K UNITS)

TABLE 35 EUROPE SUPPLY, CONSUMPTION OF 3D METROLOGY PRODUCTS, 2016-2022 (K UNITS)

TABLE 36 CHINA SUPPLY, CONSUMPTION OF 3D METROLOGY PRODUCTS, 2016-2022 (K UNITS)

TABLE 37 JAPAN SUPPLY, CONSUMPTION OF 3D METROLOGY PRODUCTS, 2016-2022 (K UNITS)



FIGURE 1 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET: DRIVERS & RESTRAINT

FIGURE 2 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET: SUPPLY CHAIN PROCESS

FIGURE 3 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET: PORTER’S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS

FIGURE 4 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

FIGURE 5 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY PRODUCT, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

FIGURE 6 GLOBAL COORDINATED MEASURING MACHINE (CMM) MARKET, BY PRODUCT, 2016 & 2022 (USD MILLION)

FIGURE 7 GLOBAL OPTICAL DIGITIZERS & SCANNERS (ODS) MARKET, 2016 & 2022 (USD MILLION)

FIGURE 8 GLOBAL VISION MEASURING MACHINE MARKET, 2016 & 2022 (USD MILLION)

FIGURE 9 GLOBAL MEASURING GAGE MARKET, 2016 & 2022 (USD MILLION)

FIGURE 10 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY END-USER, 2016 & 2022 (USD MILLION)

FIGURE 11 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY REGION, 2016-2022 (USD MILLION)

FIGURE 12 EUROPE 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2016 & 2022 (%)

FIGURE 13 EUROPE 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY PRODUCT, 2016 & 2022 (%)

FIGURE 14 EUROPE 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY END-USERS, 2016 & 2022 (%)

FIGURE 15 NORTH AMERICA MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2016 & 2022 (%)

FIGURE 16 NORTH AMERICA MARKET, BY PRODUCT, 2016 & 2022 (%)

FIGURE 17 NORTH AMERICA MARKET, BY END-USERS, 2016 & 2022 (%)

FIGURE 18 ASIA-PACIFIC 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2016 & 2022 (%)

FIGURE 19 ASIA-PACIFIC MARKET, BY PRODUCT, 2016 & 2022 (%)

FIGURE 20 ASIA-PACIFIC MARKET, BY END-USERS, 2016 & 2022 (%)

FIGURE 21 REST OF THE WORLD (ROW) MARKET, BY TECHNOLOGY, 2016 & 2022 (%)

FIGURE 22 REST OF THE WORLD (ROW) MARKET, BY PRODUCT, 2016 & 2022 (%)

FIGURE 23 REST OF THE WORLD (ROW) MARKET, BY END-USERS, 2016 & 2022 (%)

FIGURE 24 CONSUMPTION VALUE MARKET SHARE OF 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY REGION 2016

FIGURE 25 CONSUMPTION VALUE MARKET SHARE OF 3D METROLOGY MARKET, BY REGION 2022

FIGURE 26 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET, COMPETITIVE SECENARIO, 2016

FIGURE 27 GLOBAL KEY PLAYERS MARKET SHARE IN GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET, 2016 (%)

FIGURE 28 GLOBAL 3D METROLOGY MARKET STRUCTURE

FIGURE 29 MRFR RESEARH PROCESS