Thursday, September 04, 2014

California Leads Nation In Broadband Online Health-Based Service Usage

New digital health research from Parks Associates shows close to half of California broadband households have used at least one online service offered by their doctors, compared to only 42 percent nationally. The results are based on a 2Q 2014 nationwide survey of more than 5,000 U.S. broadband households that will be further explored at Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers.

"California is a leader in many technology markets, and digital health is no exception," said Harry Wang, director, Health & Mobile Product Research, Parks Associates. "California consumers show higher levels of engagement, and this finding, coupled with the innovative offerings from multiple California-based companies, makes this state an important location for this expanding market. We chose to host the Connected Health Summit in San Diego because it serves as the headquarters for multiple health technology companies and innovators."

From the article "California Leads Nation In Broadband Online Health-Based Service Usage" by Catherine Kern.

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