The connected health market will grow rapidly to be worth USD36 billion by 2024

26 April 2016
Report type: Research Note
Author(s): Jonathan Tee - Associate Principal Analyst, Margaret Ranken
Keywords: Assisted living, clinical, data analytics, first responder, fitness, healthcare, health monitoring, IoT, Internet of Things, location, M2M, machine-to-machine, medicine, medical devices, medical equipment, patient monitoring, telemedicine
Number of Pages: 17

In a world of ageing populations and ever costlier treatment options, M2M technology brings the possibility of streamlining processes and driving efficiencies through remote monitoring of the chronically ill, and more efficient use of equipment and expertise within clinical environments. In addition, IoT devices for the worried well to track their health and fitness are creating a whole new market segment. Already a large element of the IoT market, connected health presents even greater potential to create value for healthcare providers, mobile and other network operators, software developers and systems integrators.

This Research Note provides an overview of our forecasts and analysis of the connected health market.

Keywords: Assisted living, clinical, data analytics, first responder, fitness, healthcare, health monitoring, IoT, Internet of Things, location, M2M, machine-to-machine, medicine, medical devices, medical equipment, patient monitoring, telemedicine

17 pages

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