There is little doubt and plenty of evidence; mobile healthcare monitoring services, software and devices are on the cusp of huge growth and adoption. Yet despite all the rosy market indicators for mobile healthcare vendors and services providers, big challenges lie ahead.
The year 2014 may well go down as the year of wearable technology. The impact of wearables is already being felt in education, communication, navigating, and entertainment; but perhaps the greatest potential lies in healthcare.
Gary Monk's insight:
Nice blog - interested in this from 'wearer's' perspective - features of wearables nicely fit keys to human behavior change. See my Tweet below from last week 'Forget Health Warnings, 3 motivators to behavior change.(1)Immediate Reward (2)Social Incentive (3)Progress Monitoring' #wiredhealth #hcsmeu
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