Thursday, December 06, 2012

The Biggest Trends in Business for 2013

Market research firm Parks Associates reports that the digital health technology market will be worth $5.7 billion by 2015--up from $1.7 billion in 2010--with chronic care, wellness and medication management leading the charge. Meanwhile, consultancy ABI Research estimates that sales of wearable wireless health-monitoring devices will grow from less than 3 million units in 2011 to 36 million by 2017, pushed by rapid growth in the senior in-home care market.

Early players in the mobile-health space include Happtique, an app-management company that helps healthcare professionals integrate digital technologies into their treatment programs, and Proteus Digital Health, inventors of a sand-grain-size ingestible sensor that monitors physiological and behavioral metrics from within a patient's body.The Rise of Big DataDomestic Production Makes a ComebackThe Workspace of the FutureManagers Who Understand the Importance of Goofing OffBeauty Seekers Favor 'Cosmeceuticals'Hot Sauce Goes MainstreamEnergy Drink Market Gets a Boost From Young ConsumersHealth Care Goes DigitalUsing Transparency to Build Consumer TrustUnique Vending Machines Drive Stagnate Industry ForwardCreative Financing Grows in Popularity.

From the article, "The Biggest Trends in Business for 2013."

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