Digital Health

Monday, January 03, 2022

Ten percent of US broadband households own a smart sleep product, such as smart mattresses and stand-alone sleep monitors

New whitepaper in partnership with EarlySense® examines virtual care, passive monitoring, and role of sleep metrics in healthcare

A new whitepaper from Parks Associates, produced in partnership with EarlySense®, reports a dramatic increase in the use of health solutions, including telehealth, remote patient monitoring, and sleep technology. Health at Home: New Era of Healthcare reveals 10% of US broadband households report owning a smart sleep product, such as a smart mattre ...read more

Tuesday, December 28, 2021

Parks Associates addresses consumer demand for technology health and wellness solutions at CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES® 2022

Use of telehealth services increased from 15% in 2019 to 64% in 2021

Parks Associates announced new research ahead of CES® 2022 focused on health and wellness solutions in the connected home, a key area of its research practice. The firm will feature its latest research, including Virtual Care – Connected Health Devices and Services, Healthy and Well at Home: Senior Assistive Technology, and Fresh Air: Air Quality and Comfort in the Smart Home, in the sessions “Health at Hom ...read more

Wednesday, December 01, 2021

82% of US broadband households with children have used telehealth compared to 51% without children

Health and wellness research addresses consumer demand for virtual healthcare and emerging business models

Parks Associates’ latest consumer research finds 82% of US broadband households with children in the home have used telehealth, as opposed to just 51% of households without children. The firm’s quarterly surveys of 10,000 broadband households quantify the impact of the pandemic on consumer attitudes, usage, and adoption of connected devices and services, revealing key i ...read more

Wednesday, October 13, 2021

27 million broadband households were unable to visit a doctor in 2021, down slightly from 2020

New research highlights consumer usage and demand trends for telehealth services and connected health devices

New research from Parks Associates reveals 27 million US broadband households reported being unable to visit a doctor in 2021, down slightly from 2020. The firm’s Quantified Consumer: Virtual Care: Connected Health Devices and Services evaluates user experiences with telehealth services and investigates consumer appetite for virtual care as a standard offering, outsi ...read more

Wednesday, January 20, 2021

29% of US broadband households are very likely to purchase a connected health product in the next 12 months, including wearables and medical devices

New whitepaper explores evolutions in computing and connectivity driving new developments in health IoT space

Parks Associates today announced the new whitepaper “Next Evolution of Health IoT: Moving Towards the Edge,” developed in cooperation with Softeq Development Corporation, which tracks the need for data collection, decision analysis, and integration in health services as telehealth, virtual care, and adoption of connected health solutions are all increasing.

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Tuesday, January 05, 2021

Nearly one-third of seniors are considering purchasing an independent living system for themselves

New research highlights impact of COVID-19 on seniors, caregivers, and demand for independent living solutions

New research from Parks Associates’ COVID-19: Impact on Seniors, Caregivers, and Independent Living Solutions finds nearly 33% of US seniors (ages 65 and older) are considering purchasing an independent living system. This interest follows a trend of increasing technology adoption among the 65+ US population—34% have a smart speaker or smart display and 76% personal ...read more

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

90% of consumers ages 18-24 are willing to share smartphone data if privacy protections are offered

Market Snapshot analyzes consumer research on attitudes on data sharing and personal experiences with COVID-19

Parks Associates research finds consumers in US broadband households are generally willing to participate in contact tracing, including sharing smartphone data, to help combat the coronavirus outbreak, although willingness varies based on age and their personal experience with the disease. The Market Snapshot COVID-19 Contact Tracing: Consumer Perspectives reports a ...read more

Thursday, July 23, 2020

52% of US broadband households are willing to share smartphone data to aid in COVID-19 contact tracing

New research addresses telehealth services during pandemic and future interest outside of crisis conditions 

Parks Associates’ new research, COVID-19: Impact on Telehealth Use and Perspectives, finds over 50% of US broadband households are willing to share smartphone data to aid in COVID-19 contact tracing, while another 20% could be convinced provided privacy protections are in place. The research tracks changes in consumer attitudes and adoption of telehealth services as a ...read more

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