Global Healthcare Workforce Management System Revenue Is Nearly 820 Million USD In 2016
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In the last several years, global market of Healthcare Workforce Management System developed rapidly, with an average growth rate of 16%. In 2016, global revenue of Healthcare Workforce Management System is nearly 820 million USD; the actual production is about 4100 units.
The classification of Healthcare Workforce Management System includes software, hardware and service, and the revenue proportion of software in 2016 is about 54.6%. Healthcare Workforce Management System can be used for Payroll, Staffing and Scheduling, Time and Attendance, Patient Classification and Analytics. The most proportion of Healthcare Workforce Management System is used for Time and Attendance, and the sales proportion is about 33.5% in 2016.
United States is the largest sales place, with a sales market share nearly 59.2% in 2016. Following United States, Europe is the second largest sales place with the sales market share of 30.6%. China, Japan and Korea are also important sales regions for Healthcare Workforce Management System.
By 2022, North America will continue to drive and dominate the healthcare workforce management systems market, primarily due to the increasing demand of healthcare professionals. Majority of the growth in the Asia-Pacific region is primarily driven by the growing healthcare infrastructure in this region.
Heart Lung Machine market is mainly occupied by large companies, Kronos and Infor as the largest player in the market produced over 38.2% of Healthcare Workforce Management System and made more than 44.2% of revenue share in 2016.
Through the above research we tend to believe that Kronos and Infor is the most important player in the market and it will occupy a major share of the market in the future. The competition will become more intense, companies will play more and more attention to developing regions in the future.