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Healthcare (technology) is on the 2020 presidential ballotFebruary 05, 2020Although the year 2020 has only just begun, it is gearing up to be a monumental year for politics in the United States. From the impeachment trial of President Trump in January and February, to the Democratic Party primaries spanning from February to July, and the presidential election in November, the 2020 agenda is jam-packed. Events throughout the year could have lasting repercussions on the political and economic landscape of the country, nearing the top of the list of Americans concerns is healthcare policy.
GE Healthcare wins the race for the first FDA clearance for mobile X-ray device embedded and powered by AI algorithms to detect collapsed lungSeptember 17, 2019The Critical Care system will pave the way for many more AI embedded (edge inference) and powered X-ray devices to enable more accurate and timely diagnosis for critical conditions, relieving the burden radiologists are facing with increasing patient caseloads.
Veterinary X-ray Equipment Report - 2018February 28, 2018This report presents data for the four primary veterinary X-ray equipment types in addition to analysis by key regions. The product types included are computed radiography, conventional analog, digital radiography (FPD, CCD), and portable systems.Subscribers Only
Consumer Survey - Digital Health and Wearable Technology - 2016May 18, 2016IHS conducted this survey to extract the latest consumer trends within digital health and wearable technology.Subscribers Only
Internet of Medical things at Qualcomm Life Connect 2015 – Analyst CommentarySeptember 21, 2015As Nariman Behravesh, lead economist with IHS, has noted “nurturing the process of innovation will ensure that the huge improvement in the human condition that has occurred over the past two centuries was not a fluke of history”. Indeed, nurturing innovation was the primary topic of conversation at Qualcomm Life Connect 2015 (Internet of Medical Things) held in San Diego during August 31 and September 1, 2015. With cautious optimism about short-term growth expectations for digital health, and more resolute optimism for growth in the long-term, the event brought together several key players in the digital health ecosystem that are making use of Qualcomm’s 2net/Healthy Circles connectivity platform. This article is a synopsis of Connect 2015 with additional insight from recent work that IHS has conducted in regard to digital health.
Smart Clothing in Wearable Technologies Report - 2015August 25, 2015The world market for wearable technologies was worth an estimated $11.35 billion in 2014, up by nearly 18% from 2013. The market is continuously experiencing high growth, which is supported by demand from several wearable applications including medical, fitness, and infotainment.Subscribers Only
Wearable Technology Consumer Survey - 2014July 31, 2014This study provides analysis of consumer adoption and awareness of wearable technology in the United States, the United Kingdom and China, serving as a guide to forecasting the market in the near-term.Subscribers Only
With Android Wear, Google kickstarts its wearable portfolio using its smartphone developer baseMarch 20, 2014Android Wear is a new version of Android aimed at wearable devices. LG and Motorola will be among the first to launch smartwatches for the platform. Google is already seeding the market with an app development kit for Android Wear. Shrewdly, Google is leveraging Google Now as a key part of its wearable content and services. Unlike other wearable device makers, Google is able to leverage its extensive search capabilities which already provides bite-sized contextual content to Android smartphone owners.