Telemedicine Cart Market - Growth Analysis and Top Trends with Leading Players to 2028

Rapidly evolving digital technologies, telecommunications in healthcare, worldwide initiatives to boost healthcare infrastructure, and telehealth trends are expected to drive telemedicine cart market over the future.


Vinayak Shinde

2 months ago | 3 min read

The telemedicine cart market due to surging need for virtual care to eliminate exposure to coronavirus. Driven by the Covid-19 pandemic, the demand for digital technologies in healthcare settings to prevent transmission has been on a rise.

According to the Department of Health and Human Services, Medicare visits via telehealth solutions soared 63%, up from 840,000 in 2019 to 52.7 million in 2020. The pandemic facilitated 92% of beneficiaries with telehealth visits from homes, which was prohibited prior to the crisis.

The fully equipped mobile telehealth platform displays HIPPA-authorized video and audio communication capabilities and is apt for usage within hospital facilities as they can easily be delivered to patient rooms and hospital floors. New technological advancements will facilitate the introduction of remote-control mobile medical carts for ultimate flexibility.

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Research conducted by Global Market Insights Inc. suggests that telemedicine cart market size is anticipated to exceed USD 1.9 billion by 2028.

Telemedicine carts are based on mobile telehealth platforms to enable providers to connect with patients at any time and any place. They consist of speakers, cameras, monitors, and microphones to facilitate virtual appointments between patients and doctors.

Development of advanced dual display telemedicine carts

Large telecommunications and technology companies are now partnering with healthcare providers to introduce advanced dual display medical carts. Various industry players unveiled innovative telemedicine solutions to support the virtual trend.

  • In 2022, Avel eCare provided telemedicine services across South Dakota, U.S. Primrose Retirement Communities catering to assisted care and memory care communities. 23 of Primrose communities have already integrated Avel eCare’s telemedicine solutions. Its two-way video mobile medical cart enables consultation of acute conditions.
  • In 2021, Asus and Intel teamed up to design high-performance mobile medical carts. The companies developed an intelligent telemedicine cart under the intelligent mobile medical project with Taipei City Hospital.

Increasing popularity of height adjustable electric lift medical carts

The healthcare sector has come to realize the multiple risks of exposing care providers to mobile technology carts devoid of proper ergonomic benefits. Mobile medical carts and workstation design can result in stressful repetitive movements. This could have minor impacts such as muscular stress or major effects such as risk for musculoskeletal disorders.

As a solution, electric lift systems are being used in the telemedicine space as they offer easy and flexible height adjustment capabilities, ensuring ergonomic design and comfort. Today’s electronic lift-enabled mobile medical carts allow effortless height adjustability with a larger adjustment range as high as 18-20 inches.

These systems help reduce manual force required to manoeuvre carts with longer sitting and standing time. Some advanced systems like StyleView® Electric Lift Cart use a simple up/down switch to adjust between a full 20 inches range in less than 15 seconds. Such broad-range electronic systems will cater to an expanding demographic of healthcare users.

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Qatar initiates intensive efforts for nationwide deployment of telemedicine carts

Qatar aims to improve patient care and ease staff workloads nationwide. In the country, Advantech offers its AMiS mobile medical cart equipped with leading telehealth platform VSee’s telemedicine solution comprising of a pan-tilt-zoom (PTZ) camera and an audio system. 

VSee and mobile medical cart developer Advantech partnered in 2021 to allow Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) to design best medical teleconsultation. Under HMC, Qatar has established 12 hospitals, Home Health Care Services, and the National Ambulance Service.

Rapidly evolving digital technologies, telecommunications in healthcare, worldwide initiatives to boost healthcare infrastructure, and telehealth trends are expected to drive telemedicine cart market over the future.

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