We strongly believe that only digital health can bring healthcare into the 21st century and make patients the point-of-care.
According to some estimates, the global digital health market is expected to exceed $504.4 billion by 2025; that’s a nearly six-fold increase from its $86.4 billion 2018 valuation. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated both the adoption of and the innovation in digital health and will propel this growth in the coming years. The current situation led to the widespread adoption of telemedicine; people are using digital health apps to stay physically and mentally healthy while indoors; governments are promoting contact tracing apps to limit the virus’ spread.
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Philips Future Health Index reveals younger doctors’ insights into digital health during the pandemic. Research published this week by Philips gives an insight into doctors’ experience of COVID-19 and …