This Medical IoT Market Brief has been developed by a team of analysts specializing in medical devices and healthcare IT, connectivity and IoT and business models.
It provides an assessment of:
- The current size and growth in the medical IoT market.
- Key trends in the digital health and medical IoT space.
- Strategic issues such as the impact of the aging global population, medical reimbursement, the increasing need for mobility and remote access and privacy and security challenges.
- The medical IoT vendor ecosystem, recent M&A and standards landscape.
- Wired and wireless medical IoT connectivity.
- Case studies looking at how, the UK’s NHS, Bosch, John Hancock and Orange have leveraged technology to drive the transformation of their activities on the medical and healthcare space.
Senior Principal Analyst, Connectivity & IoT
Lee Ratliff is a connectivity and communications analyst responsible for directing IHS coverage of low-power wireless, broadband, and home networking semiconductors and technologies...
Research Vice President, Enterprise
As head of the Enterprise research sector, Bill Morelli manages core strategy, personnel, analysis, and commercial planning for the practice, whose focus areas include artificial intelligence, cloud and data centers, cybersecurity, enterprise IT, and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Principal Analyst, IoT
Julian Watson is a principal analyst at Omdia, on the IoT Connectivity and Platforms team.
Senior Principal Analyst, IoT
Sam Lucero has been a technology market and industry analyst since 2001, and he has focused exclusively on analyzing the market opportunity for IoT for the past 15 years.
Senior Analyst, IoT & Connectivity
Christian Kim is a senior analyst at IoT Connectivity team responsible for coverage of cellular wireless, high-performance wireless and smartphone technologies.
Senior Analyst, IoT Connectivity
Yogita Kanesin joined IHS (now IHS Markit) in July 2016 as a Senior Analyst in the IoT Connectivity team and she is responsible for the coverage of High-Performance Wireless technologies.