Most U.S. Patients Bullish on Health Tech

Most U.S. Patients Bullish on Health Tech

The outlook in the U.S. for the digital health and medical tech industry continues to shine ever brighter. Hospital executives, health insurance leaders, physicians, and patients respond with increasingly positive opinions of health tech in surveys and studies....
Physician Survey: Increased Telehealth Adoption

Physician Survey: Increased Telehealth Adoption

Telehealth adoption hasn’t been a slam dunk so far, but progress continues. The advantages of remote patient monitoring, video house calls, clinical staff allocation, remote diagnosis, specialist access, patient convenience, and cost savings speak too loudly to...
Most Docs Favor Remote Patient Monitoring

Most Docs Favor Remote Patient Monitoring

Physicians remain the primary influence on consumer medical decisions. As digital health tech wearables continue to progress from athletic fitness aids to personal biometric trackers and, most recently, to clinical-grade patient monitoring devices, doctors’...
Telemedicine Use Grows Rapidly

Telemedicine Use Grows Rapidly

Technology has advanced to the point where it is now practical for healthcare professionals to use remote contact to connect with patients and other professionals. It appears that we’ve reached an inflection point, causing the use of telemedicine to increase...
Wearables Staying Out of the Drawers

Wearables Staying Out of the Drawers

Conventional wisdom says that people quickly tire of their fitness bands, and shove them into the back of a drawer somewhere. New research from Valencell paints a very different picture. An online survey provides an update for the study that the company conducted two...