Healthcare Analytics, Population Health Management, Healthcare Big Data

Wearable Devices

NIH Integrates Fitbit Data into “All of Us” Research Program

January 18, 2019 - Participants in the NIH All of Us research program can now volunteer their FitBit data to better inform the national population health research initiative. Digital health technologies, including Internet of Things (IoT) devices such as wearable fitness trackers, can add critical insight into everyday activities and physical fitness levels. Participants in All of Us can already...


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Internet of Things, AI to Play Key Role in Future Smart Hospitals

by Jennifer Bresnick

The Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to combine with the power of artificial intelligence, blockchain, and other emerging technologies to create the “smart hospitals” of the future, according to a new report by Frost &...

Machine Learning, Wearables Accurately Predict Poor Mental Health

by Jessica Kent

A machine learning algorithm can accurately identify risk factors for mental health issues, including high stress, by analyzing data collected from wearable devices, according to a study published in JMIR. Recent advancements in mobile...

AI, Big Data, IoT Bring Growth to Multiple Healthcare Markets

by Jennifer Bresnick

Big data analytics tools and services are poised to bring unprecedented growth to almost every segment of the healthcare IT marketplace, according to the latest series of market reports.  From the Internet of Things (IoT) and...

Consumers Support AI in Healthcare More than Other Industries

by Jessica Kent

While the general public is more at ease with artificial intelligence (AI) being used in healthcare than in other industries, many consumers still worry about lack of human interaction and data security, according to a survey from SAS....

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

by Jennifer Bresnick

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...

Wearable Devices, Machine Learning Detect Signs of Stroke

by Jennifer Bresnick

A combination of wearable devices and a machine learning algorithm to interpret a common test for signs of stroke could provide an accurate and reliable way to identify patients with motor pathway damage, finds a study published this week...

Growing Healthcare Opportunities for the Internet of Things

by Thomas Beaton

The Internet of Things (IoT), has jumped to the forefront of the healthcare technology market, exhibiting exponential growth with the advent of wearables, personal trackers, sensors, and other technologies that capture extensive data...

Using the Healthcare Internet of Things for Better Patient Care

by Roberta Katz

As part of the “information generation,” our technology-driven world is dramatically changing our lives, impacting our personal interactions, business transactions, and the way we consume information. We’re always...

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...

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