Connected Health is the most dynamic phenomenon in healthcare technology today. From smartphones and tablets to apps, body sensors and telemedicine, Connected Health promises to stir foundational shifts in healthcare quality and delivery. This is a watershed moment in healthcare – the Connected Health ecosystem is dramatically impacting healthcare’s stakeholders, from patients to C-Suite executives, and is delivering on the tri aim: quality care, coordination and cost savings.
This new book conducts a focused examination of wearables as an explosive niches of the Connect Health market. Covering a range of issues from wearable applications in the consumer and provider spaces, to emerging technology solutions and hurdles to successful deployment, this book also provides an engaging discussion about wearables as a change agent of healthcare delivery. The discussion continues with and examination of the interplay between solutions like wearables in the Healthcare Internet of Things ("IoT") landscape.
The book also explores the scope and trajectory of the Connected Health ecosystem through a combination of expert commentary and selected case studies. It serves as an educational resource as well as a practical guide in strategizing and executing a Connected Health market and product strategy.
Table of Contents:
Part 1: Wearables
Chapter 1: Types of Wearables
Chapter 2: Wearables for Professionals
Chapter 3: Wearables in the Enterprise
Chapter 4: Wearables for Chronic Disease
Chapter 5: Wearables Best Practices
Chapter 6: Compliance
Chapter 7: Standards and Security
Part 2: IoT
Chapter 8: IoT Overview
Chapter 9: IoT and Big Data
Chapter 10: Analytics
Chapter 11: Future