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Digital Health, Wearables
To most of us, Virtual Reality was the stuff of science fiction. With all the technological advances and brands racing to outsmart each other, we all knew it was only a matter of time before Virtual Reality became the game-changer; literally. Soon enough, consumers were introduced to the Samsung’s GearVR, Google Cardboard, Oculus Rift and HTC Vive; revolutionizing the gaming experience.

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Digital Health, Wearables
There are actually many wellness and monitoring devices on the market now that can be worn, like Fitbits for example. As it stands, these devices aren’t actually used in a medical environment in a large capacity despite being in an industry that’s forecast to reach 126.1 million units by the year 2019. Instead of being prescribed, they’re recommended. People are supposed to wear them as a benefit to their wellness, but the wellness and medical industries are incredibly different.

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Digital Health, Wearables
In recent decades, the healthcare system has been burdened with a growing rate of chronic disease and aging. This doesn’t speak to just one country, either. Many countries around the world have seen this trend crop up, and thus their local healthcare systems become bogged down. One country that this trend is prevalent in is China, but a solution is potentially on the horizon.

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Digital Health, Wearables

Digital health solutions to manage diabetes are rapidly changing from simply tracking blood sugar values to far more comprehensive capabilities such as supporting clinical decisions, enabling behavioural changes and proactively managing the condition. Further (radical) changes are expected. What kind of further developments will we see? What are the trends we can currently see in diabetes treatment? Based on my observations made over the last months, I can predict following 6 trends.

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Wearables
The world’s first wearable wasn’t exactly what you’d call practical. It was invented in the early 1960s by two mathematicians, Edward Thorp and Claude Shannon. They created a computerized timing device that helped them cheat in roulette. The device was so tiny that during the game, half of it was hidden in a shoe and the other half in a pack of cigarettes. Since then, wearables have come a long way – they’ve transitioned from “gadgets” to must-have devices that manage our health, productivity, and safety. keep reading
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Big Data, Digital Health, Internet Of Things IoT, Wearables
Digital Salutem is here to connect you with one of the most important digital markets in modern times: digital health. This expanding market is beginning to disrupt the way we view healthcare and is creating the next era of digital health that answers today’s modern healthcare issues. We are a B2B agency that reaches out to the latest companies on the scene that require support to disrupt established health markets. keep reading
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