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CES 2018 – More than 700 exhibitors focused on digital health, a $21 billion market in 2021January 17, 2018Digital health was a continuing trend at CES 2018 with 26% of exhibitors having an offering within biometrics, health and biotech, sports and fitness, or wearables. Looking at just companies related to digital health, more than 18% of exhibitors were related to consumer-side healthcare. IHS Markit forecasts the global market for digital health will grow from $15.6 billion in 2017 to $21.6 billion during 2021 at a CAGR of 8.5%, rapidly outpacing the traditional medical equipment markets. While much of the show was an evolution from previous years, including sleep monitoring, embedded sensors in clothing, and wrist-worn activity trackers, a few items incorporated broader technology trends such as machine learning, blockchain, medical-related wearables, and home-based diagnostics.
MACRA, Telemedicine and Walmart - The ATA Fall Forum 2016October 07, 2016The themes of the American Telemedicine Association’s (ATA) 2016 Fall Forum were familiar, but discussed with increased optimism as the long anticipated evolution from traditional healthcare to more efficient provision is well under way. Some of these themes included EMR integration, healthcare as an international business, increased consumer awareness (Walmart and other direct-to-consumer models), innovation from third party vendors, and the Medicare Access & CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA).
Qualcomm Life and Philips Healthcare Partner for Personalized Connected HealthcareSeptember 21, 2016At the 5th annual Qualcomm Life Connect conference held in San Diego during August, Rick Valencia (SVP Qualcomm Life) and Jeroen Tas (CEO Connected Care Health Informatics, Philips) delivered keynote presentations concerning a new partnership that seeks to spur forward personalized connected health care from healthy living and prevention to chronic care management and home care—IHS Markit refers to the varied technologies surrounding patient connectivity simply as digital health. The goal in creating the partnership is to leverage each company’s respective capabilities, which includes Philip’s connected health informatics and regulated health care cloud data management and analytics (2net), and Qualcomm Life’s platform for secure, medical-grade device connectivity and integration (HealthSuite). Philips will also enable third party medical devices to connect to HealthSuite.
Consumer Survey - Digital Health and Wearable Technology - 2016May 18, 2016IHS conducted this survey to extract the latest consumer trends within digital health and wearable technology.Subscribers Only
Digital Health at CES 2016January 21, 2016With more than 3,600 companies exhibiting at CES in Las Vegas this year, there was a great deal of technological diversity on display. However, it was obvious that areas of emphasis have collected around drones, 3D printing, smart home technology, and connected cars. Fitness monitoring was also widespread, driven by a proliferation of new participants. In addition to these areas of coalescence, smart glasses and HUD development continues from companies such as Kopin, ODG, Vuzix, Recon, and Oculus, while sleep monitoring and smart shoes have reemerged.
Smart Clothing at CES 2016January 19, 2016IHS expects the world market for smart clothing to exceed $600 million in 2020, growing from just $15 million in 2015. Beyond the obvious synergies between clothing and wearable technologies, what justifies such a prediction? This year at CES, a number of smart clothing providers showcased products that will ease smart clothing’s way into consumers’ daily lives. Some of these are new products, while others have added functionality to further their value proposition.