New Technologies and Care Enhancement Models Will Add $1.4 Billion to the Diabetic Care Market in 2013

New technology-enabled monitoring solutions and services will reshape the diabetic care market and earn $1.4 billion in product and service revenues by 2013, according to Parks Associates’ Executive Update: Enhancing Diabetic Care through Intelligent Medical Devices.

chartThis executive update finds companies like Medtronic, Cardiocom, Diabetech, and Healthways are developing new products and service models in response to this paradigm shift in diabetic care. They are laying the foundation for the digital-health service sector and driving adoption of new applications that include continuous glucose monitoring, online access to professional help, and educational sessions on wellness and fitness. These new offerings come in response to growing demand from consumers and industry players for lifestyle changes, better care coordination, and early intervention among diabetic patients.

Executive Update: Enhancing Diabetic Care through Intelligent Medical Devices examines the increasing role of technologies in the continuum of diabetic care management—from prevention and education to proactive management.

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