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How Interested Are Broadband Consumers in Connected Healthcare Options?

Rising consumerism of healthcare continues to be a transformative trend affecting the entire connected health industry, Harry Wang, senior research director at Parks Associates, observes. He’s referencing just-released new data from Parks that shows the adoption of connected healthcare devices has reached 36 percent of U.S. broadband households as of Q2 2016, which is said to be a 40 percent increase since Q2 2014.

From the article "How Interested Are Broadband Consumers in Connected Healthcare Options?" by Laura Hamilton.

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