Global Urgent Care Apps Market Size, Share, Forecast Report, 2020-2027

There has been a renewal of primary healthcare than ever before to respond better and faster to the challenges of the current healthcare sector. Urgent care apps have disrupted as an ideal solution for the same and have gained tremendous momentum in recent years.

The global urgent care apps market stood at USD 314.2 million in 2017 and is expected to attain USD 2597.8 Mn by the end of 2023. The global urgent care apps market has been expanding exponentially, and Market Research Future (MRFR) perceives the market to advance at a remarkable CAGR of 42.20% over the forecast period which ends in 2023.

Growing realization about the loopholes of the conventional health-care delivery mechanism coupled with the general trend towards personalized medicine has had a far-reaching impact on the growth of the global urgent care apps market.

Urgent care apps have become a means to reduce long wait times and high ER costs. In addition, they can significantly reduce healthcare costs and act as a patient engagement tool.

The ubiquity of apps, fuelled by the deep penetration of tablets, computers, and smartphones can be attributed to the massive popularity of urgent care apps. A sufficiently large number of smartphone users deem their mobile devices essential for seeking health-related or medical information.

However, poor internet connectivity in underdeveloped regions and low penetration of smartphones and 3G/4G networks have limited the growth of urgent care apps in such regions. A high number of miscategorized apps too remains a challenge for the growth of the market.

Even though healthcare apps such as urgent care apps are yet to reach the mainstream, they are considered a novelty in the current healthcare landscape. Surging awareness about health management apps provide opportunities for the growth of the market.
Players Covered

Argusoft, Hospify, TigerConnect, Voalte, PatientSafe Solutions, Vocera Communications, Twiage, Imprivata, Alayacare, Forward Health, Allm, Johnson & Johnson, Siilo, Pulsara, and Pivot Design Group.


By Type

  • Emergency Care Triage Apps 
  • In-Hospital Communication & Collaboration Apps
  • Post-Hospital Apps
    • Medication Management Apps
    • Care Provider Communication & Collaboration Apps
    • Rehabilitation Apps

By Clinical Area

  • Trauma
  • Stroke
  • Cardiac Conditions
  • Others

By Regions

  • The Americas
  • Europe
  • Asia Pacific
  • The Middle East & Africa