Led by: Shane Walker, Senior Principal Analyst, Healthcare Technology
During the last decade, digital health has been referred to as “mHealth,” “virtual care,” and “connected care”—all of which sought to characterize the next stage of patient-provider connectedness but were not completely aligned. As defined by IHS, digital health refers to the combination of remote patient monitoring, video consultations, health kiosks, connected consumer medical and wellness devices, mobile applications, smartphones, tablets, and the healthcare IT software-enabling information exchange and health records access. The promise of digital health has long been better quality care at a lower cost, and expectations have been high. However, slow uptake and the lack of significant scale has led to some skepticism about the impact of consumer-oriented healthcare delivery technologies. This webinar highlights the key opportunities that will drive the digital health market from $15 billion today to more than $22 billion in the next five years.
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