US consumers have increasingly begun to expect the benefits of technology to improve their healthcare experiences. In 2019, consumer adoption of digital health tools leveled off near last year’s high water mark—but the data on specific population segments paint a much more nuanced picture for healthcare innovators.
Our just-released fifth annual Digital Health Consumer Adoption Report, in collaboration with the Stanford Center for Digital Health, examines the major consumer trends in healthcare technology—from overall adoption to sentiment around health data sharing. Get the full white paper.
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The good news: it can be retrained and fixed STAT | (Tweet)
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A look at promising pioneers like Evidation Health TIME | (Tweet)
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But what if they're wrong? The New York Times | (Tweet)