Global HCIT Consulting Services Market Will Grow to USD 42.10 Billion by 2028, at a CAGR of 11.1%
Global HCIT Consulting Services market is valued at USD 23.21 Billion in 2021 and is projected to attain a value of USD 42.10 Billion by 2028 at a CAGR of 11.1% during the forecast period, 2022–2028. Growing digitization in healthcare, increased acceptance of big data analytics, IoT, and cloud deployment, favourable changes in the HCIT environment, government support for HCIT solutions, and the requirement for data security are the primary drivers driving the growth of HCIT Consulting Services market. Concerns about data protection and the hidden costs of consulting services, on the other hand, are projected to stifle industry expansion in the future years.
The pandemic has had a significant impact on independent consulting, resulting in decreased business, lower revenue, and project delays. However, pharmaceuticals and healthcare were among the three main industries (along with chemicals and agriculture) that were least affected by the pandemic. Healthcare providers, payers, pharma & biotech businesses, medical device companies, and government agencies have all adopted innovative technologies, solutions, and services to tackle the outbreak, going beyond traditional routes to improve workflows. As a result, businesses would hire healthcare consultants to help them optimize their budgets, build better value propositions, and assess their financing sources.
Increasing Consolidation in the Healthcare Industry
The number of merger and acquisition transactions in the healthcare industry has been steadily increasing over the last several years. Synchronizing the digital and IT infrastructure of several businesses during merger activities is a difficult issue. IT departments are responsible for data migration and synchronization, as well as the continuing management of electronic medical records. Furthermore, old and incompatible systems must be re-modified across the expanding company, which is a costly and time-consuming operation. There are also issues in intra-enterprise communication and data exchange, as well as the increased need for access to patient data at any time and from any location.
Increasing Number of Hidden Costs of Consulting Services
Most healthcare consultants specialize in a particular area of expertise (operations, strategy, finance, etc.) or a particular industry. When a significant change is required to achieve company goals or solve complicated business problems, companies seek the help of consultants. These abilities may not be available within the company, or full-time staff may not be able to facilitate the change or solution. As a result, consulting firms lease their skills to a client for a certain length of time with specific outcomes and goals in order to assist the organisation in moving forward. Cost reductions and the business value that can be achieved from consulting are frequently harmed by poor planning and financial allocation for consulting services.
Some of the key players in this market are Accenture (Ireland), Cognizant (US), Deloitte (UK), McKinsey & Company (US), PwC (UK), EY (UK), Huron Consulting Group Inc. (US), KPMG (Netherlands), Boston Consulting Group (US), Bain & Company, Inc. (US), and IQVIA (US) are some of the major players in this market.
The HCIT Consulting Services market is segmented as follows:
- Type of Service
- Digital Health Consulting
- IT Consulting
- Operations Consulting
- Strategy Consulting
- Financial Consulting
- HR & Talent Consulting
- Government Bodies
- Healthcare Providers
- Health Insurance Payers
- Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Companies
- Medical Device Companies
- North America
- Asia Pacific
- Latin America
- Middle East & Africa
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