"digital health" articles

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
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the healthcare ecosystem on its head. The outbreak led to sharp decreases for in-person visits and the delay of elective care procedures, due both to official public safety measures and consumer’s avoidance of exposure. 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.  Parks Associates data reveal that telehealth use...
  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...
Ahead of the Connected Health Summit , Greg Lillegard, Chief Operating Officer of A&D Medical and one of the speakers at the conference, shared his insights on how COVID-19 has shifted consumer attitudes towards connected health solutions. The Connected Health Summit is a three-day executive conference focused on the impact of connected devices and IoT healthcare solutions on consumers at home. It will take place virtually on September 1-3. Register now. How...
Josh Garner, CEO of Becklar and a speaker at Parks Associates' upcoming Connected Health Summit , shared his thoughts with us on how healthcare is adapting to a global health crisis ahead of the upcoming conference: How have consumer attitudes towards connected health solutions shifted in the last year? Even prior to COVID, consumers were changing attitudes toward connected health services as they recognized the value of convenience creating healthcare scenarios. With...
Ahead of the upcoming Connected Health Summit , Parks Associates asked one of our speakers, Paul Brient, SVP and Chief Product Officer of athenahealth , to share his insights with us on how COVID-19 has impacted the healthcare economy and what the future of healthcare looks like. Parks Associates' Connected Health Summit will be hosted virtually on September 1-3 and will discuss the impact of connected devices and IoT healthcare solutions on consumers at home. Register now....
Parks Associates will host its seventh annual Connected Health Summit virtually on September 1-3. This conference will focus on the impact of connected devices and IoT healthcare solutions on consumers at home.  One of the speakers, Nathan Treloar, President and COO of Orbita , shared his insights with us on the recent impact of COVID-19 on the connected health markets ahead of the conference. Here's what he had to say: How has COVID-19 impacted the connected health...

Page of 7 Next

PA_Staff_Quotes_Steve_v1_600x60.jpg

PA_Staff_Quotes_Steve_v1_600x60.jpg

PA_Staff_Quotes_Steve_v2_600x60.jpg

PA_Staff_Quotes_Steve_v2_600x60.jpg