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Oncology EMR Software Market 2019 | Global Industry Growth Rate Analysis by Size, Share, Trends and Forecast by 2025


This report presents the global “Oncology EMR Software Market” size by value, production and consumption, splits the breakdown (Data status 2019 and forecast to 2025), by manufacturers, region, type and application.

This study also explores the market status, market share, growth rate, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges, risks and entry barriers, sales channels, distributors and Porter’s Five Forces Analysis.

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About Oncology EMR Software:

  • Oncology is a branch of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer and oncology software is the software applied in its appication.
  • In 2018, the global Oncology EMR Software market size was xx million US$ and it is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during 2019-2025.

The following Manufacturers are covered in this report:

  • Kareo
  • AdvancedMD
  • DrChrono
  • Greenway Health
  • CompuGroup Medical
  • Advanced Data Systems
  • CrisSoft
  • Waystar
  • Shavara

Oncology EMR Software Market Segmentation:

Oncology EMR Software Market Types:

  • On-premise
  • CloudBased

Oncology EMR Software Market Application:

  • Chemotherapy Oncology
  • Radiation Oncology

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In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Oncology EMR Software Analyzer:

History Year:208 – 2017

Base Year:2017

Estimated Year:2018

Forecast Year:2019 2025

Detailed TOC of Global Oncology EMR Software Market Insights, Forecast to 2025

1 Study Coverage
1.1Oncology EMR SoftwareProduct
1.2 Market Segments
1.3 Key Manufacturers Covered
1.4 Market by Type
1.5 Market by End User
1.6 Study Objectives
1.7 Years Considered

2 Executive Summary
2.1 GlobalOncology EMR SoftwareMarket Size
2.1.1 GlobalOncology EMR SoftwareRevenue 2014-2025
2.1.2 GlobalOncology EMR SoftwareSales 2014-2025
2.2Oncology EMR SoftwareGrowth Rate by Regions
2.2.1 GlobalOncology EMR SoftwareSales by Regions
2.2.2 GlobalOncology EMR SoftwareRevenue by Regions

3 Breakdown Data by Manufacturers
3.1Oncology EMR SoftwareSales by Manufacturers
3.1.1Oncology EMR SoftwareSales by Manufacturers
3.1.2Oncology EMR SoftwareSales Market Share by Manufacturers
3.1.3 GlobalOncology EMR SoftwareMarket Concentration Ratio (CR5 and HHI)
3.2Oncology EMR SoftwareRevenue by Manufacturers
3.2.1Oncology EMR SoftwareRevenue by Manufacturers (2014-2019)
3.2.2Oncology EMR SoftwareRevenue Share by Manufacturers (2014-2019)
3.3Oncology EMR SoftwarePrice by Manufacturers
3.4Oncology EMR SoftwareManufacturing Base Distribution, Product Types
3.4.1Oncology EMR SoftwareManufacturers Manufacturing Base Distribution, Headquarters
3.4.2 ManufacturersOncology EMR SoftwareProduct Type
3.4.3 Date of International Manufacturers Enter intoOncology EMR SoftwareMarket
3.5 Manufacturers Mergers and Acquisitions, Expansion Plans

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4 Breakdown Data by Product
4.1 GlobalOncology EMR SoftwareSales by Product
4.2 GlobalOncology EMR SoftwareRevenue by Product
4.3Oncology EMR SoftwarePrice by Product

5 Breakdown Data by End User
5.1 Overview
5.2 GlobalOncology EMR SoftwareBreakdown Data by End User

6 North America
6.1 North AmericaOncology EMR Softwareby Countries
6.1.1 North AmericaOncology EMR SoftwareSales by Countries
6.1.2 North AmericaOncology EMR SoftwareRevenue by Countries
6.1.3 United States
6.1.4 Canada
6.1.5 Mexico
6.2 North AmericaOncology EMR Softwareby Product
6.3 North AmericaOncology EMR Softwareby End User


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DHL sends healthcare supplies for World Health Organization to the Pacific Islands


  • Tourism-dependent islands badly impacted by more than 90% decline in passenger flights
  • Supplementary COVID-19 supplies moved through Singapore and Fiji to reach the Pacific islands

SINGAPORE – Media OutReach – 26 November 2020 – The far flung islands in the Pacific have not been spared the brunt of COVID-19. The World Health Organization has been working tirelessly to ensure much-needed supplies and healthcare equipment reach the shores of these islands. While the number of cases has been relatively small, many of these countries, which are heavily dependent on tourism, have been impacted by the dramatic cuts in passenger flights, resulting in a logistical challenge to send in basic supplies on a regular basis.

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Image taken prior to Covid-19


This week, the World Health Organization coordinated its latest cargo donation through DHL Global Forwarding (“DHL”), the freight specialist of Deutsche Post DHL Group, to support the islands’ fight against COVID-19. The shipments, worth over EUR 650,000 contained medical devices such as oxygen concentrator sets, patient monitors and pulse oximeters, were airfreighted from Singapore to Fiji, where they will be dispatched to eight islands in the Pacific. The Pacific Islands, which had previously managed to avoid large outbreaks, experienced a recent spike in COVID-19 infections that doubled its total number of cases.


Due to the shortage of air capacity with passenger flights reduced by more than 90%, the freight had to be broken down into three tranches, sent some two weeks apart. DHL Global Forwarding organized the first shipment from Singapore to Fiji on 22 October, and will be stored till the last shipment arrives on 19 November. From Fiji, special flights or shipping lines were then organized into eight markets, Cook Islands, Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tuvalu and Tonga, to ensure they reached their destination.


“Ensuring that the Pacific Island countries have access to the necessary medical equipment and supplies to prepare for and respond to COVID-19 is a priority for the World Health Organization. But reaching such remote places, especially when so many airports are closed, is a huge logistical challenge. WHO is happy to be working with our partners like DHL to be able to make this happen.” said Dr Takeshi Kasai, WHO Regional Director for the Western Pacific.


The medical devices, which will be sent to hospitals and other healthcare institutions, will aid local medical professionals in treating COVID-19 patients.


“Whilst the Pacific Islands’ geographic distance from densely populated countries had helped them avert major outbreaks during the pandemic, it has equally worked against them in acquiring much-needed supplies due to the scarcity of air freight capacity. As one of the few global logistics players in the Islands and one with a geographic footprint as wide as ours, we are glad to be able to play a part in delivering the medical equipment and living up to our purpose of ‘Connecting People, Improving Lives,” said Kelvin Leung, CEO, DHL Global Forwarding Asia Pacific.


More than ever before, the criticality of logistics networks have been demonstrated in the battle to get much needed supplies to countries that need it the most. Since the start of the year, DHL Global Forwarding tapped on its network of life science and healthcare facilities, temperature-controlled solutions and customs clearance expertise to fly more than 1.3 million COVID-19 test kits from South Korea to Brazil, Ecuador, India, Lithuania, Poland, Russia and Saudi Arabia. The freight forwarder also launched a dedicated 100-ton weekly air freight service for organizations and governments shipping health and medical-related items and other goods from China to Middle East and Africa.


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Vaccine logistics for Covid-19 will pose challenges along the supply chain that must be jointly addressed by governments, NGOs, pharmaceutical companies, and logistics players urgently. Find out what lessons Covid-19 has taught on securing stable supply chains for future emergencies and the complexities in distributing the vaccine across the globe.

DHL – The logistics company for the world

DHL is the leading global brand in the logistics industry. Our DHL divisions offer an unrivalled portfolio of logistics services ranging from national and international parcel delivery, e-commerce shipping and fulfillment solutions, international express, road, air and ocean transport to industrial supply chain management. With about 380,000 employees in more than 220 countries and territories worldwide, DHL connects people and businesses securely and reliably, enabling global sustainable trade flows. With specialized solutions for growth markets and industries including technology, life sciences and healthcare, engineering, manufacturing & energy, auto-mobility and retail, DHL is decisively positioned as “The logistics company for the world”.

DHL is part of Deutsche Post DHL Group. The Group generated revenues of more than 63 billion euros in 2019. With sustainable business practices and a commitment to society and the environment, the Group makes a positive contribution to the world. Deutsche Post DHL Group aims to achieve zero-emissions logistics by 2050.

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Virtual event TECHFEST VIETNAM 2020 – the determination of Vietnamese government to connect resources, acting as a springboard for innovative startups


HA NOI, VIETNAM – Media OutReach – 26 November 2020 – The national festival for innovative startups, TECHFEST VIETNAM 2020, will be held from November 26-29 in Ha Noi.

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This is the largest annual virtual event organized by the Ministry of Science and Technology of Vietnam (MOST) to cooperate with international partners to develop and promote science, technology, and innovation in Vietnam in particular and South East Asia in general.

Taking place amid the global disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, TECHFEST shows an emerging nation eager to display the dynamism of the Vietnamese start-up ecosystem among investors/investment funds, enterprises, and experts worldwide via virtual events on

Themed ‘Respond – Transform — Break through’, TECHFEST VIETNAM 2020 will be structured into 12 technology villages: (1) Medical Technology (2) Agricultural Technology (3) Educational Technology (4) Tourism and F&B Technology (5) Frontier Technology (6) Financial Technology (7) Smart Cities (8) Social Impact (9) Student Start-ups (10) Local Start-ups (11) Community (12) International village, with 250 potential start-ups booths, attracting nearly 200 investors, 150 corporations, enterprises and business accelerators virtually and physically.

Notably, social impacts on innovative start-up solutions and business models will be presented in the Social Impact Technology Village by UNDP Vietnam and WWF Vietnam. MOST will work with partners to organize a High-Level Policy Dialogue, in which Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc will hold a discussion with the innovative start-up community on solving difficulties in conducting business and creating a favourable environment for start-up to grow.

After six years of implementation, local TECHFEST events have been organized in 15 provinces; the national TECHFEST VIETNAM has attracted around 30,000 people, of which international experts and investors accounted for more than 40%. In 2019, TECHFEST was held on an international scale for the first time in three developed startup-up ecosystems: the United States, South Korea, and Singapore, facilitating 20 prominent Vietnamese start-ups to access the global market and connecting over 100 international investors to the Vietnamese start-up ecosystem. In sum, there are about 500 local and international investors with approximately 700 investment with total value up to US$20 million. Among the startups connected, Abivin, the champion of TECHFEST 2019, was chosen to participate in the competition and then won in the international arena called Startup World Cup 2018.

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ESR inks multi-lease agreement with Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation at ESR Yokohama Sachiura park clearing strategic Higashi Ogishima site for imminent development


Transaction results in accelerated leasing at ESR Yokohama Sachiura DC1 and development commencement of ESR Higashi Ogishima DC1


TOKYO, JAPAN/HONG KONG SAR – Media OutReach – 26 November 2020 – ESR Cayman Limited (“ESR” or the “Group”; SEHK Stock Code: 1821), the largest APAC focused logistics real estate platform, and Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation (“MFTBC” or “Mitsubishi Fuso”) have worked closely on a sweeping reorganisation of logistics operations in Kanagawa prefecture, Japan. The landmark transaction has resulted in 2 new lease agreements between ESR and MFTBC and material amendment of a third one. It involves ESR’s 2 leading park projects under development in Tokyo with a combined total build-out area of circa 900,000 sqm and expected completion value in excess of US$3.0 billion.


Higashi Ogishima: the parties have agreed to relocate MFTBC’s 1,200-truck domestic parking operation away from its historical site in Higashi Ogishima which ESR has controlled since 2016. The 8 Ha site being vacated will now develop as the first phase of ESR Higashi Ogishima park. Construction of the 310,000 sqm Higashi Ogishima DC 1 will commence next month for planned delivery in December 2022.


Featuring the first ever 9-storey warehouse design in Japan as well as advanced sustainability solutions ESR Higashi Ogishima park will set a new benchmark for distribution centre design where optimal integration into the urban fabric and lower environmental impact are achieved without sacrificing building functionality and high-throughput. E-commerce and 3PLs choosing to operate at ESR Higashi Ogishima will enjoy close proximity to Haneda Airport and Tokyo 23 wards as well as a supportive ecosystem with co-location of ancillary services including children’s day-care facilities of ESR partner BARNKLÜBB.


ESR Yokohama Sachiura Park: MFTBC has chosen to continue the domestic distribution of its complete vehicles at ESR’s other distribution park in the greater Tokyo area, ESR Yokohama Sachiura. More specifically, MFTBC will operate from the 15 Ha expansion area earmarked by ESR for bespoke logistics space requirements. In addition, Mitsubishi FUSO has reserved 4 Ha of adjacent space to allow the potential future consolidation of other logistics activities into a large built-to-suit facility to be developed by ESR.


In a further endorsement of the ESR Yokohama Sachiura park, MFTBC has also elected to locate additional operations in building DC1. As a result, ESR Yokohama Sachiura park which is halfway into development will achieve 38% pre-completion occupancy across its circa 350,000 sqm net rentable area.

Stuart Gibson, Co-founder and Co-CEO of ESR, commented: “This transaction is especially gratifying as it showcases several key capability differentiators of the ESR platform. Evidently it allows our most prized land holding to develop timely into ESR’s most advanced product to date. It also helps us cement our relationship with MFTBC who has been a fantastic partner and who is equally interested in bringing innovative solutions to our common set of third-party logistics clients with their superior product line of commercial vehicles.”


Arne Barden, Head of Supply Chain Management MFTBC, equally welcomed the transaction observing that “ESR’s Yokohama Sachiura site is strategically located in Kanagawa Prefecture and will invigorate the continuous improvements we implement in our operations” and expressed interest in “further collaborating with ESR on sustainability initiatives aimed at urban logistics”.


Stefan Rödler, Head of Asia-Pacific Real Estate at Mitsubishi Fuso’s parent company Daimler AG, who steered the local teams through the year-long negotiation concluded: “ESR has proven a reliable and creative partner and we look forward to expanding collaboration across other geographies to provide other Daimler business units with the same service level.”


Reflecting on industry trends Mr. Gibson remarked that this transaction vindicates ESR’s longstanding choice of targeting larger and more capital-intensive brownfield sites — including the ones where patient and strategic asset management work is required — in the pursuit of the large multi-tenanted buildings and parks favoured by occupiers and that “the ability of all the ESR teams to bend functional lines to come as one on complex transactions should serve ESR and its investors well in an increasingly competitive market.”  


Expanding on Mr. Gibson’s comment, Pierre-Alexandre Humblot, ESR Managing Director Fund Management and Capital, emphasised the central role played by the 2 development funds involved – RJLF2 and RJLF3 – and their investor representatives: “Managing a plain-vanilla development on behalf of 3rd-party capital is difficult enough. Here we had brownfield sites, criss-crossed ownership by vehicles with different mandates and a large corporate tenant suitably expecting their evolving occupancy requirements to be the leading consideration. Our LPs displayed great agility to focus on the bigger picture in a sign that 3rd-party capital is eager and capable of undertaking the more advanced transactions provided they are afforded the most complete insights into the developer thought process.”


The related sale of Higashi Ogishima Phase 1 accelerates RJLF2 divestment while allowing RJLF3 to complete its circa US$600 million equity deployment just 18 months into its investment period.

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