Healthcare Analytics, Population Health Management, Healthcare Big Data

Wearable Devices

430M Internet of Things Devices Means a Healthcare Big Data Tsunami

August 23, 2017 - By 2022, manufacturers will be shipping out 430 million Internet of Things devices each year, predicts a new report from Tractica, leaving healthcare providers little time to prepare for a massive influx of potentially valuable big data. As wearable fitness trackers are joined by a new generation of smart clothing and body sensors that may be able to collect an unprecedented amount of personal...


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Wearable Devices, Machine Learning Detect Signs of Stroke

by Jennifer Bresnick

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Growing Healthcare Opportunities for the Internet of Things

by Thomas Beaton

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Using the Healthcare Internet of Things for Better Patient Care

by Roberta Katz

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Internet of Things for Healthcare May be Worth $410B by 2022

by Jennifer Bresnick

The Internet of Things for healthcare is poised for explosive growth over the next six years, predicts a report from Grand View Research.  Wearables, smart devices, implantables, and a slew of patient monitoring devices in the hospital and...

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