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Health Industry Survey

This survey is now closed. Results will be annouced at Connected Health Summit. Register now or contact Parks Associates for more information.

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2014 was a watershed year for the connected health market.

It was the maiden year for health insurance exchanges, and a record number of ACOs formed to deliver accountable care. Large consumer electronics companies, including Apple, Google, and Samsung, officially entered the consumer health and wellness market, leading to record sales of connected fitness trackers and an influx of new consumer brands in the wearable market targeting health and wellness applications.

In 2015, technology must demonstrate its worth for both health consumers and healthcare industry stakeholders.

Parks Associates has tracked the connected health space since 2006, through both industry research and consumer surveys. We welcome you to participate in a brief survey of industry executives regarding the current state and future direction of the connected health industry.

The results of the survey will be released at the second-annual Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers, September 9-10. Survey participants who are not able to attend the conference will receive complimentary access to the results.

Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts with us.

Convenience care services, like walk-in clinics and teleconsultations
Pricing transparency for health services
Health coaching services and population health programs
Expanding insurance coverage and growing buyers on health exchanges
Ability to close care gaps with remote monitoring devices
Genomics-based personalized medicine
New research and treatment insights from health big data
Consumers’ lack of knowledge
Consumers’ lack of motivation
Lack of outreach and encouragement from care providers
Lack of coverage or incentives from payers
Limitations of current products/services
Lack of personalized care planning and timely feedback
Personal health data dispersed across various systems and devices
Improving product or service design
Evaluating factors that affect health outcomes
Tailoring treatment plans to individual patients or patient types
Detecting possible cases of medical fraud or identify theft
Improving data access at the point of care
Identifying care gaps and treatment compliance issues
None of the Above
Consumer awareness
Poor product and user interface designs
Unproven effectiveness
Interoperability issues
Limited addressable market for niche connected health devices
Privacy and security issues
Regulations/legal issues