ICU staff shortage to drive growth of remote patient tracking tools

09/26/2011 | Health Data Management

The market for remote patient tracking systems in the U.S. is currently valued at $7.1 billion and will grow to $22.2 billion by 2015, a Kalorama Information report says. Growth will be driven in large part by a continued shortage of critical care nurses, intensivists and cardiologists at intensive care units, according to this article.

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