Insider Intelligence’s Digital Health Trends to Watch in 2022

Digital Innovations Expand Access to Healthcare at Home, in Stores, and on the Go

Executive Summary

The US healthcare system has many problems, but one of the most critical is access. Investors and corporations are pouring billions of dollars into digital health companies with the goal of using technology to reach consumers where they are and deliver the care they need. Solutions range from telehealth and the digital front door to retail health and remote patient monitoring (RPM). There’s no sign the funding flood will dry up in 2022. Will it cause more disruption, more noise, or some real innovation?

Questions this report covers:

  • What are the most popular digital health segments for investors?
  • How are retailers incorporating or partnering with healthcare companies?
  • What does the future look like for RPM, and who will benefit?

KEY STAT: Consumer adoption of wearables in the US will keep growing, across all generations, reaching 88.3 million wearable users in 2025.

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Table of Contents

  1. Executive Summary
  2. Introduction
  3. Trend: Digital Health Funding Will Hit New Highs
  4. Trend: Primary Care Goes Retail
  1. Trend: The Quantified Self Goes Mainstream
  2. Trend: Home Versus the Hospital of the Future
  3. Trend: Health Equity Will Take Root in US Healthcare
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  1. Sources
  2. Media Gallery

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Jeane Han
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Rajiv Leventhal
Analyst, Digital Health
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