"patient engagement" articles

Before the Connected Health Summit , we sat down with Richard Fury, formerly with TPMG Tech Group, to talk about his thoughts on the connected health market: What’s new in 2016 that keeps you upbeat/optimistic about the connected health market? Shift in strategy from remote monitoring to engagement. What’s the most effective strategy/approach you have seen that engages consumers for health and wellness behavioral changes? Transactions as incentives...
Prior to speaking at the 2016 Connected Health Summit , Christopher Nicholson, CEO of mPulse Mobile, shared his insights on the future of the connected health market: What’s new in 2016 that keeps you upbeat/optimistic about the connected health market? We’re seeing great health and business outcomes with our customers and in the market. The market is really developing and catching up with consumer demand. It’s great to see the impact. We’re also seeing...
Prior to the third-annual Connected Health Summit in San Diego, David Inns, CEO of GreatCall Inc., answered several industry questions: What’s new in 2016 that keeps you upbeat/optimistic about the connected health market? The number of new early stage companies receiving funding in the Independent Aging category of Connected Health is very encouraging. While it is disappointing the political campaigns of both parties have completely ignored the massive issues...
Kelly Macken-Marble, VP, Ambulatory Care at CentraCare Health, shares several thoughts on the future of connected healthcare before joining the 2016 Connected Health Summit : What's new in 2016 that keeps you upbeat/optimistic about the connected health market? Patients and the larger community are excited about using the new engagement tools being launched in the healthcare market. Tools that are not new in other businesses but are new in healthcare are being adopted and...
Before his keynote at the  2016 Connected Health Summit , we sat down with David Rhew, Chief Medical Officer and Head of Healthcare and Fitness of Samsung Electronics America, to ask him about his perspective on the connected health industry: What's new in 2016 that keeps you upbeat/optimistic about the connected health market? We’re in the midst of an incredible wave of innovation that is allowing us to collect, analyze and better understand huge amounts of...
Before joining the speakers at the 2016 Connected Health Summit in San Diego, Karthik Ranjan, Director Healthcare Technology at ARM, shared his insight on several trends in the connected health market: What’s new in 2016 that keeps you upbeat/optimistic about the connected health market? The connected health ecosystem is growing and vibrant, and this presents exciting opportunities to provide better patient care at lower cost, enable personalized medicine and transform...
According to Parks Associates research, connected health adoption is on the rise—since mid-year 2014, adoption of connected health devices has increased over 40% . Today, 36% of U.S. broadband households own a connected health device, but there is room to grow. Before the 2016 Connected Health Summit , taking place next week in San Diego, Parks Associates senior director of research Harry Wang  discussed the role of caregivers within the digital health ecosystem....
Prior to the Connected Health Summit in San Diego , we had the opportunity to interview Ranndy Kellogg, President & CEO of Omron Healthcare, about his perspective on the future of connected health technology: What's new in 2016 that keeps you upbeat/optimistic about the connected health market? I’m thrilled that we are continuing to push the envelope from a technology standpoint to create devices that are more convenient and connected than ever before, without...

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