Digital Health: Market Snapshot 2017 & 2022
Digital health as a concept revolves around the integration of traditional healthcare systems and newer technologies to improve efficiency, value for money and ultimately patient outcomes. EHRs (Electronic Health Records) have been a big part of this push, promising universal access across the health system to key elements of a patient’s medical history. As many nations have now adopted EHRs, or are in the process of doing so, the debate has moved on to what can be done with this data. Interoperability and analytics have become important requirements of healthcare IT systems. Improving access to healthcare and the convenience of that access has become a key campaign.
As technology develops, disruptive technologies are now being utilised as part of the digital health landscape. Leading the charge for disruption is AI (Artificial Intelligence). Our new research, Digital Health: Vendor Analysis, Emerging Technologies & Market Forecasts 2017-2022
, has forecast that annual spending on CAD (computer aided diagnosis) systems will reach $800 million globally by 2022, as AI (artificial intelligence) start-ups exert greater impact on healthcare delivery.
This infographic shows a snapshot of the Digital Health market in 2017 & 2022.