"care management" articles

Prior to the 5th-annual Connected Health Summit, hosted by Parks Associates, Rob Schneider, VP of Sales and Marketing, Omron Healthcare, Inc. sat down with the firm's analyst team to discuss new cutting-edge innovations in the smart home. Rob will participate on the Consumer Devices: Expanding into Healthcare Use Cases panel on Wednesday, August 29, at 10:45 AM. Panelists who will join him on this session include: Sam Ahn, Senior Manager for Healthcare, Samsung...
Prior to the 5th-annual Connected Health Summit, hosted by Parks Associates, David Bardan, VP of Provider Solutions, Tyto Care sat down with the firm's analyst team to discuss independent living solutions in the connected health market. David will participate on the  Virtual Visits: Expanding Reach and Functionality panel on Wednesday, August 29, at 4:30 PM. Panelists who will join him on this session include: Andrew Altorfer, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer,...
Guest post by   Thomas Rockmann, VP Connected Home, Deutsche Telekom   It is a fact that the global population is increasing, and the overall age weighting is changing. The world population is expected to hit 8.6 billion in 2030, 9.8 billion in 2050, and 11.2 billion in 2100. In parallel, the global populace is gradually aging, and nowhere more than in Western Europe. One in three UK babies born in 2013 is expected to reach 100 in the UK alone , and the elderly...
Parks Associates spoke with Arta Bakshandeh , Senior Medical Officer at Alignment Healthcare, about emerging trends in digital health markets. Alignment Healthcare is redefining the business of healthcare by shifting the focus from payments to people. They’ve created a new model for health care delivery that cuts costs and improves lives by unraveling the inefficiencies of the current system to drive patients, providers, and payers toward a common goal of wellness. Dr....
Although the use of on-demand virtual care technologies remains controversial, shifting perception has led care providers to implement or embed solutions into their current care practices. Parks Associates research shows that almost 40% of consumers are interested in communicating digitally with medical professionals via phone calls or online voice chat. As the consumer-focused transformation in healthcare broadens, more care will be delivered in non-acute settings, including in...
Karsten Russell-Wood , Director of Marketing, Philips provides insights into key areas of the connected health market in the below Q&A summary with Parks Associates research team.  Karsten will be participating in Parks Associates fourth-annual Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers , Aug 29-31 at the Omni Hotel in San Diego. Karsten will participate on the opening session, Convergence of Medical Technology and Connected Health , at Connected Health Summit on...
Parks Associates asked Scott Plewes , VP of User Experience at Macadamian, about his thoughts on the emerging digital health industry. Macadamian, a sponsor of the fourth-annual Connected Health Summit , is a full-service user-centered software design and development consulting firm specializing in digital and connected healthcare. Scott will be participating on the presentation panel, Healthcare UX: Designing the Best Customer Experience , at 11:15 am on Thursday, August...
One of the greatest turnaround stories in the digital health space in 2017 is WeightWatchers. The iconic brand, traditionally associated with in-person weight loss meetings and beautiful TV commercials boasting celebrity testimonies, suffered badly between 2013-2015 when fitness technology vendors like Fitbit lured away its young customers and new weight loss startups leveraging digital services and lower prices chipped away its core customer base. At one point in late 2015, many pundits...
 
by Harry Wang | Aug. 4, 2017
Tags: care management, fitness apps, patient engagement

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