Big data analytics and the Internet of Things are attracting major attention from technology and life science companies looking to offer attractive patient engagement and chronic disease management tools to aging patients.
Healthcare big data analytics and the Internet of Things are top strategic priorities for more than ninety percent of technology and life sciences developers, according to a new industry survey by law firm White & Case, as remote monitoring, mHealth, and analytics present massive revenue opportunities across the sector.
Ninety-three percent of technology and life science companies participating in the poll said that digital healthcare is central to their growth as they anticipate a spike in demand for Internet of Things (IoT) technologies such as wearables and smart home monitoring devices among the post-Baby Boomer generation.
Fifty-three percent of companies believe remote monitoring will be the biggest area of growth over the next two decades.
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