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Middle East and Africa Connected Healthcare Market Size, Share, Manufacturers, Countries and Forecasts to 2022

Market Research Future adds new report of “Middle East and Africa Connected Healthcare Market Share, By Region 2015 & 2022” it contains Company information, geographical data and Table of Content

The rest of the world includes African and Middle East region such as Nigeria, South Africa, Israel, Saudi Arab, the U.A.E., and many others. The mobile health deployments in Africa are supporting healthcare practitioners and workers to collect and transmit patient diseases data through mobile phone, smart wearable devices and PDAs.

Middle East is the largest contributor in the global connected healthcare market among other region and accounted for revenue of USD 708.52 million in 2015 as more number of healthcare projects has been launched into this region in recent years. World Health Organization and ITU collaborated to help patients and ensure that both patients & healthcare workers can easily avail benefits of connected healthcare application.

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Middle East accounted for the largest market share of Middle East & Africa connected healthcare market registering USD 708.52 million revenues in 2015 and expected to reach by USD 6.23 billion by 2022. Africa is the fastest growing region, and is expected to grow at the rate of 30.48% CAGR during forecasted period.

The Middle East & Africa Connected Healthcare market statistical report published by Market Research future contains a brief overview of Connected Healthcare market by region. Middle East has majorly dominated the connected healthcare market by region and is expected to grow continuously during the forecasted period of 2016-2022. The report analysis the Middle East & Africa connected healthcare market by region and presents systematic data of market share on the basis of segments and its growth rate for 2016 to 2022, along with forecast till 2022.

Market Research future through this report aims to provide understanding of the Middle East & Africa connected healthcare market on the basis of region, and also assists identification of ongoing trends along with anticipated growth during the forecasted period. For this report, extensive primary research was conducted to gain a deeper insight of the market performance. Various industry experts and Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) were contacted and interviewed to get an idea of Middle East & Africa connected healthcare market

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