MAR 5, 2020
We expect that 20.3% of the US population, or 67.6 million people, will use wearables that can connect to the internet (not including medical devices) this year. This number will rise to 76.9 million by 2023. Over time, we believe that this use will result in higher comfort levels with medical-grade wearables as well. Hearables Take Off. Among wearables, ear-worn devices are growing quickly.
JAN 28, 2020
eMarketer principal analysts Nicole Perrin and Yory Wurmser check in on the ongoing privacy debate, looking at data privacy, device privacy and privacy legislation. They also discuss child privacy laws in the US, telemedicine adoption and an Apple Watch partnership.
JUN 15, 2018
Beyond that, the internet of things (IoT), in the form of a network of devices, sensors, electronic health records, smart devices, ingestibles and implantables, will be the next innovation. Data will also play a huge role, with advancing artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities opening doors to new treatments and ways to address patients needs. No. 4. Ecommerce growth continues.
JUL 25, 2019
“Lifestyle and sports products dominate the advertising; as a result, many people connect ehealth chiefly with so-called wearables—used for counting steps, for example, measuring a person’s heart rate or monitoring sleep patterns.”. The Initiative D21 study revealed other widespread attitudes to healthcare provided online.