A wide array of wearable health tech devices is taking main stage in the world of consumer electronics. Sights of wearable health devices are everywhere, from shelves of swanky booths of major consumer manufacturers at consumer electronics events to wrists and ears of health-conscious tech consumers. A survey taken at Consumer Electronics Show of 2015 in Las Vegas revealed 40 percent of the devices showcased at the events were digital health devices. Not only wearable devices, the new eon of digital health trends promise surge of diverse types of health technologies such as wearable, 3D printing, nanotechnology, visualization, artificial intelligence, genomics, telemedicine, cybersecurity, traditional medical facilities and many more.
Following are the three major digital health trends to watch out in 2015:
Wearable health devices have risen up above the wrist and arm and gone to the ears. It is not just fitness tracking bracelets or smartwatches, A new range of wearable devices for ears will enter the market with discreet design, capability to monitor measurements of health conditions and provide wealth of information on health and fitness. Major players in this wearable health tech device segment are IriverOn, Sensogram's SensoTRACK, FreeWavz, and BitBite.
Cases and pouches which carry your smartphones will provide more services and information than just a suave or eye-candy accessory; now they will double as a wearable health tech too. Axial Exchange is one such company to offer smartphone cases which will monitor medical conditions and serve as mobile electrocardiogram device or a device to take DIY blood test anywhere. Another FDA-approved iPhone case called AliveCor will also double as heart monitor.
We have seen and tried innumerable health-monitoring apps flooding at the app store – but here comes a new wake of healthcare apps: prescription apps. One of the major apps operational in prescription-centric apps is BlueStar by WellDoc. The pioneer in app-based prescription services, BlueStar offers users to insert information on medical condition, diets, and over health conditions. Based on such information, the app will analyze data according to the data stored with the physicians, give thorough explanation of the present condition and feedback before patients visit to physicians.
In addition to these three major wearable health trends, 2015 will see more innovations such as sweat strips to track metabolic substances which emit through our sweat and lighting devices which will measure the intake of daily bright lights and provide information on impact of lights on our health.
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