Digital health uses connected medical devices to deliver quality healthcare and includes software such as health apps, and hardware such as wearables, remote monitoring devices, and mobile diagnostics.
The market value is set to hit $36.2 billion by 2020, up from $14.3 billion in 2014, according to the report. [Foley]
Healthcare enterprises are looking at complete digitization, which includes digital products, processes, and channels, as well as advanced analytics, which allow for new operating models. Complete digitization is necessary as it pushes enterprises to make better decisions, enables smart choices, and allows individuals to spend time on the tasks they feel are valuable. A combination of all these helps in fundamentally altering the way value is created.
In this eBook you will learn:
- What is Digital Health?
- How it affects the healthcare industry?
- What is the scope of digital health in the future?
- Who are connected patients?
- Who are connected providers?