Digital Health

The first track of the Connected Health Summit on January 27 addressed the role of connected health devices in expanding the future of healthcare. Mark Francis, Chief Digital Health Integration Officer at Electronic Caregiver , was the E xecutive Q&A speaker at the summit. After the event, he followed up with Parks Associates to expand on a couple audience questions: Q: You're looking at a cost savings ROI-based argument that was already there, but just resisted in the...
 
by Parks Associates | Jan. 28, 2021
Tags: digital health, mHealth, smart home
Parks Associates kicks off its 2021 virtual Connected Health Summit this week with its first session on January 27, New Connected Health Use Cases: Impact of COVID-19 . COVID-19 has turned the healthcare industry on its head, moving the focal point of care away from the care facility and into the home. Ahead of the session, Anthony Kaul, Co-Founder and COO of Cloud DX , shared his thoughts with us on the the multi-layered impact COVID-19 has had on the connected health market:...

The COVID-19 crisis caused a massive increase in telehealth and health tech adoption among both consumers and care professionals. The industry was judged to have undergone five to ten years of changes within the span of just several months in some cases. Use of health technology has become normalized among care providers and among consumers, and changes in regulation and reimbursement point to permanent shifts in the way healthcare is conducted going forward. In May 2020, the...
 
by Parks Associates | Jan. 25, 2021
Tags: COVID-19, digital health, smart home
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the healthcare ecosystem on its head. Care providers and health systems have leaned on technology to provide much needed care to patients at home, through telehealth consultations and remote patient monitoring programs. Similarly, public health officials look to technology to help slow the spread of the virus itself, through smartphone-based contact tracing and proactive wellness monitoring, or televigilance.   Register now...

Crossover between connected health and smart home tech is rapidly expanding, with many large players entering this space. A majority of consumers now find virtual care solutions that incorporate data from their connected health devices appealing. Entrance of tech giants will expand the market for wellness solutions at home and the data sources health players can use for telehealth and independent living services. Don't forget to register for Parks Associates' CONNECTIONS Summit at...
In the connected health space, the adoption of internet connected technologies that can monitor individual health and fitness is rapidly growing. Parks Associates latest research finds 42% of US broadband households own at least one connected health device, including 28% that own a wearable and 15% with a connected medical device, such as a smart thermometer or wireless CPAP machine. From 2019 to 2020, consumer-reported smart watch ownership nearly doubled, with 22% of the heads of...
 
by Alayna Bryant | Oct. 2, 2020
Tags: Apple, digital health, wearable

  COVID-19 has disrupted the entire healthcare ecosystem and flipped the narrative on delivering healthcare in the home. Telehealth services are no longer viewed as peripheral services but central to consumers’ ability to access healthcare. Similarly, players across the health ecosystems see new opportunities for connected health devices and remote patient monitoring solutions. Yet, the traditional health care system has struggled to deliver on the promise of consumer-centric...
 
Martin Huddart, Head, Smart Residential of ASSA ABLOY , shared his thoughts with us on the evolution of home services after his recent participation in the Connected Health Summit . Q: When you think about the evolution of home services to address a variety of health-related issues, what use cases do you see emerging? A: Use Cases: --Access control for visiting care workers to the home (via smart locks) as aging in place is a big trend. This solves multiple...


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