The appetite for managing one’s health data has never been so strong.
One of the fastest-growing markets in the digital industry is health, fitness, and wellbeing. Consumers downloaded a record 204 billion apps in 2019, and up 45% since 2016. In the UK, 12% of the population owns a wearable device for tracking fitness and body vitals, but many more out of the 61.06 million UK smartphone owners, use their phones to track the same data.
And we can see this tech adoption increasing during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This opens up the possibility to reach a previously disengaged demographic who can benefit from a digital adoption of health technology; leading to a more informed, empowered, and less resource heavy (and ultimately, lower overall cost to the health system), patients.
The time to act in digital health transformation is now.
How well are you moving from communication to collaboration. We’ll give you the tools and the time you bring your team! We’re back at the Leeds Digital Festival and delighted to follow-up on our incredibly successful ‘Dot-to-Dot’ event in May. To help you Re-Engage and Re-Ignite your team we’d like you to be a part […]
Women from all professional backgrounds who have an interest in technology are welcome to join this free online session.
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