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New Parks Associates research reveals that one in seven U.S. broadband households are interested in a remote health monitoring solution, offered by a hospital/physician group, and receiving reminders from them about how to manage chronic health conditions. The international research firm will address patient engagement at the third-annual Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers , August 30 – September 1 in San Diego. The event spotlights health technologies as part of the...
Parks Associates revealed new research showing that over 115 million Americans will require caregiving assistance by 2020. The international research firm notes that caregivers are interested in new technologies like medication management tools, but only 11% are presently using apps with this ability. Parks Associates will address the digital health market at the third-annual Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers , August 30 – September 1 in San Diego. Parks Associates...
New Parks Associates research shows that only 20% of consumers who have at least one chronic condition are concerned about their health. Even among people with three or more chronic conditions, only 56% are concerned. The international research firm will address chronic care management efforts at the third-annual Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers , August 30 – September 1 in San Diego. The event spotlights health technologies as part of the Internet of Things (IoT)...
Connected wearables are flourishing in almost every health and wellness category. According to Parks Associates, 33% of U.S. broadband households now own at least one connected health device—such as a digital fitness tracker, networked weight scale, connected treadmill, or blood pressure meter—an increase from just under 25% in 2014. With rising consumer interest and hot venture money, the wearables market for health and wellness has taken a significant stride forward....
Healthcare reforms in the U.S. and in other global markets are incentivizing care providers to take deeper interest in how their patients manage their health on a day-to-day basis. Connected health devices and apps , built on cloud-based platforms, give consumers and their care providers the insight they need to manage health conditions in a proactive, ongoing way. This is particularly important for those with chronic diseases, which account for the vast majority of healthcare...
According to Parks Associates digital health research , ownership of connected health devices is on the rise in the U.S. In 2013, adoption of devices such as digital fitness trackers, networked weight scales, and connected blood pressure meters hovered around 24%; in 2015, that number is now up to 33%. 2016 will be a turning point for the industry—as the concept of the connected home and the greater Internet of Things continues to expand, so too will healthcare. As an...
In what other universe, other than the Internet of Things, can insulin pumps and high-end automobiles be mentioned in the same thought bubble? During a recent visit to my endocrinologist, I, as usual, complained about what a pain in the kiester it was to manage an insulin pump, continuous glucose monitor and glucometer (that’s the meter you use to test your blood glucose level). Yes, it affords what Type 1s refer to as “good control,” but it is balancing act that takes time,...
Adding connected health applications to a smart home platform opens up additional, complementary revenue opportunities, yet some of these paths will not result in a straight-forward replication of conventional revenue models. This is especially true for applications that touch a patient’s health and require collaboration with healthcare professionals. For others, the smart home industry needs to think outside the box to build channels and experiment with new revenue models. Parks...

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