Oncology information systems are used to maintain patient records, to predict treatment results, plan treatment for cancer patients accordingly, and exchange cancer patient information across healthcare organizations, which improves safety and efficiency of cancer treatment. In addition, oncology information systems help physicians and surgeons to choose a suitable therapy which in turn helps to improve the survival rate of cancer patients.
Global Oncology Information Systems Market Dynamics:
Oncology information systems are better alternatives to conventional techniques for treatment planning and record keeping in medical facilities. Advantages of Oncology Information Systems such as planned treatment, future-proofing, and remote access are features expected to result in rising demand for these systems in the near future.
Increasing incidence of cancer globally is other factor driving the growth of global oncology information systems market over the forecast period. According to WHO, in terms of mortality, there is less regional variability than for incidence, with mortality rates being 15% higher in more developed than in less developed regions in men, and 8% higher in women in 2013. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), cancer is the second leading cause of death globally and was responsible for 8.8 Mn deaths in 2015. Around one in six deaths is due to cancer globally.
Market Segmentation of Oncology Information Systems Market:
Global oncology information systems segmentation, by product and service:
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