Many healthcare experts believe exigent healthcare costs are controllable by focusing on the pre-emptive component of healthcare. Following this trend, a lot of emphasis was recently put on providing adequate preventative care, which provides immense opportunities for both healthcare and non-healthcare organizations. Within the preventative care space, the products and services can be segmented into three primary components: patient education systems (including wellness programs), aging in place services, and remote monitoring devices.
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan’s (http://medtech.frost.com) Shifting Toward Preventative Healthcare Models in the United States research on preventative health technologies finds that amidst the several challenges that exist in the market, vast opportunities are present for growth. The unique technology matrix included in the analysis evaluates the entire market landscape by health condition and level of medical professional involvement. The research finds that although lack of incentives does slow the adoption process, government regulations and an exceeding burden on the economy are pushing healthcare professionals to reach new levels of service and technology innovation.
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