Posted by - Jobie Summer, Marketing Manager
5 Health Tech Trends to Watch in 2014
According to Pew Research, 21% of Americans already use some form of technology to track their health data, and as the market for wearable devices and health apps grows, so too will the mountain of data about our behaviors and vitals. Next year, we may see more of this data incorporated into our day-to-day medical care.
“The next phase of quantified self will combine physiological data with medical knowledge, transitioning us from self-awareness around a few data points (like the number of steps we've taken) to real potential for the prevention of diseases like diabetes,” says Heather Bowerman, McKinsey consultant in healthcare and technology and former White House Science and Technology policy advisor. “That's the game-changer: pairing physician expertise with pragmatic actions to take in nutrition and exercise, plus tracking our data using popular apps.” Read Entire Article Here
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