Healthcare Ecommerce Report
The nearly $4 trillion U.S. healthcare system is set to get even bigger and already it’s costing consumers a lot more out-of-pocket to pay for doctor visits, hospital stays, prescription drugs and a wide range of other related healthcare products and services.
But even as consumers pay more for healthcare, they also are shifting more of their shopping online and spending more to fill and renew prescription drugs and purchase healthcare supplies and equipment
Amazon, the big pharmacy chains and a growing number of existing web merchants or well-funded start-ups, are targeting the rapidly expanding healthcare ecommerce market for new opportunity.
The just released Healthcare Ecommerce Report is filled with best practice data, trend analysis and case studies that explain how web merchants of all sizes are meeting heightened buyer expectations for prescriptions and medical equipment and supplies through excellent website design, personalization services, systems integration strategies and fast fulfillment.
The 67-page downloadable Healthcare Ecommerce Report spells out how Amazon, Walgreens, CVS, existing niche web merchants and an array of start-ups with names like Capsule.com and Phil.com are changing the way consumers are shopping for prescription drugs online and medical supplies online and building up the healthcare ecommerce market.
View the table of contents for full details on what’s included in the report.