Study: mobile platforms to drive $3B in connected health device sales
A report from Juniper Research predicts that connected health devices will generate $3B in revenue by 2019. The report highlights such devices as blood pressure cuffs, oximeters, and sleep devices. Juniper indicates that mobile platforms from Apple and Samsung are helping to drive adoption, which could disrupt legacy disease management players.
“As health platforms support more ‘medical’ devices, rather than just today’s fitness trackers, they will usurp the territory occupied by chronic disease monitoring companies,” -Juniper Research Associate Analyst Anthony Cox
At Axial, we've long believed that mobile health will provide a vastly lower cost means of managing patient health -- both for patients and providers. For ACOs, these platforms could mean the difference between profit and loss.