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Parks Associates’ Connected Health Summit: Independent Living and Wellness is a three-day executive conference focused on the impact of connected devices and IoT healthcare solutions on consumers at home. Ahead of the event, Rob Schneider, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at OMRON and a member of the event's advisory board, shared his thoughts on what healthcare looks like in a crisis with the Parks team: 1. Telehealth and telemedicine solutions have been thrust to the...
Ahead of the Connected Health Summit , Parks Associates talked to Gene Wang, CEO and Co-founder of People Power Company, to get his insights on what the digital health industry will look like in the aftermath of COVID-19. Telehealth and telemedicine solutions have been thrust to the forefront of health care – what are the most important ways COVID-19 is impacting this market? Pro: Accelerating market adoption. Con: Slowing investor responsiveness. The healthcare...
International research firm Parks Associates announces the advisory board for its seventh annual Connected Health Summit: Independent Living & Wellness that will take place on September 1-3, 2020 at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego, California. The executive conference examines smart home platforms, on-demand services, voice assistants, and wearables that empower consumers, caregivers, and providers with new insight into patient health. Recent research from Parks...
The connected wellness and fitness device market has been on an upswing for the past 18 months. Smart watches and fitness trackers, led by Apple and Fitbit, have begun their journey to mass adoption; while connected fitness equipment company Peloton has emerged as a streaming content powerhouse – showing the potential of new business models and new methods of engaging with consumers.  The outbreak of COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the fitness and wellness market –...
Sarah Jones, Vice President, Commercial Product for Best Buy Health and a member of Parks Associates' Connected Health Summit advisory board, recently shared her thoughts with us on how COVID-19 will impact healthcare and healthcare technologies: COVID-19 exposed the vulnerability of our senior population – how do you think the market for independent living and remote caregiving solutions will change coming out of this crisis? I believe that we’ll see technology...
As connected technology continues to evolve and mature, device manufacturers and service providers are expanding their purview beyond early adopters to a rapidly growing segment of the population – seniors. Companies with a footprint in the home are looking to the senior segment to expand their user bases, product sales, and service revenues. Service providers are searching for new revenue streams to offset losses from the decline in pay-TV subscriptions, and as younger consumers...
Content submitted by Connected Health Summit sponsor Nortek Numera from Nortek Security and Control LLC  is a leading provider of personal emergency response systems in U.S. with the advanced fall detection and cloud service. Industry insights from Ko Matsuo, Product Line Manager, Numera. Nortek is a sponsor of our 2020 Connected Health Conference .    How quickly is the connected health device market growing? What is driving growth?...
The connected health industry has been experiencing a shift the past five years to a more consumer-centric model. This year at CES 2020, exhibitors demonstrated a clear move toward marketing their solutions as beneficial to the consumer’s overall health and wellbeing rather than focusing on a specific aspect of the consumer’s life. This is especially true of solutions marketed toward older consumers and people caring for their loved ones. The shift toward sensor-based technology...
 
by Lindsay Gafford | Jan. 16, 2020
Tags: CES, digital health

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