Emerging Technology Innovations and Growth Opportunities Enabling the Self-Monitoring of Health: The Way to Healthcare Consumerism

Emerging Technology Innovations and Growth Opportunities Enabling the Self-Monitoring of Health: The Way to Healthcare Consumerism

Disruptive Self-Disease Management Platforms Are Enabling Better Clinical Outcomes in Chronic Illnesses.

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Research Code: DA3E-01-00-00-00
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Self-health monitoring products and technologies boost consumer awareness of their health and help them to monitor it, avail timely medical help, and lead a high-quality life. Tools such as wearables, body patches, smartphone applications, lateral flow assays, and other peripheral devices are used to diagnose acute conditions, help patients reach their wellness goals, or self-manage their medical conditions. Self-monitoring is crucial for patients suffering from chronic conditions as continuous monitoring is essential to identify personal risk factors and lifestyle management to prevent the exacerbation of the condition. Chronic diseases are a major risk factor for severe illness with COVID-19, and the limited access to healthcare systems due to lockdowns is leading to increased awareness and use of self-use medical devices and mobile healthcare applications for condition management. Healthcare consumers measure and track their health regularly, set personal health goals, and make lifestyle changes accordingly. The COVID-19 pandemic is having a profound impact on healthcare consumer behavior and is enabling the growth of the self-monitoring health industry. Self-monitoring products are available in diverse platforms, and the key industry participants leverage advancements in AI, IoT, mHealth, sensor technologies, and disruptive technologies such as flexible sensors and flexible microfluidics for their consumer health products.
This Frost & Sullivan research service analyzes the challenges associated with the traditional care delivery model and the advantages of self-monitoring technologies in chronic disease management. It explores the various emerging technologies that enable self-chronic disease management and the companies to action. The technological voids and the design considerations for consumer products are also investigated. The growth drivers and the restraints in the self-monitoring health industry are examined, and the growth opportunities offered by smart home technologies, sweat sensors and interstitial fluid sensors, and cancer care are discussed. Strategic recommendations for key participants are put forth, and the study also includes an IP landscape analysis of the patents filed over the past 6 years.

Table of Contents

1.1 The Strategic Imperative 8™Factors creating Pressure on Growth in the Self-Monitoring Health Industry

1.2 The Strategic Imperative 8™

1.3 The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Self-Monitoring Health Industry

1.4 About the Growth Pipeline Engine™

1.5 Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

2.1 Research Context: Key Questions the Research Will Answer

2.2 Research Methodology

2.2 Research Methodology (continued)

2.3 Key Findings

3.1 Self-monitoring Tools Enable Acute Disease Diagnosis, Chronic Condition Management, and Fitness Monitoring

3.2 The COVID-19 Pandemic is Having a Profound Impact on Healthcare Consumer Trends

3.3 Traditional Chronic Illness Care Delivery is Not Easily Accessible

3.4 Self-monitoring of Chronic illnesses can Benefit both Patients and Physicians

3.5 Flexibility, Ease of Use, Sturdiness, and Other Vital Design Considerations for Self-use Devices

3.6 Technology for the Self-monitoring of Chronic Diseases can be Segmented based on Platform Type

3.7 The Technological Voids in Cancer Self-care and At-home Diagnostic Assays Must be Addressed

4.1 Impact Mapping of Growth Drivers and Restraints

4.2 The Prevalence of Chronic Diseases Will Drive Industry Growth

4.3 The Risk of Development of Mental and Behavioral Disorders in Patients Can Restrain Industry Growth

5.1.1 AI-based Headband to Detect Neurological Injuries

5.1.2 Wearable Wristband that Enables the Real-time Monitoring of Oxygen Saturation, Respiration, and Heart Rate

5.2.1 Pocket Six-lead Electrocardiogram Device for Arrhythmia Detection

5.2.2 Home-use Kit of Wireless Digital Medical Devices for Self-cardiac Health Monitoring

5.3.1 Rapid At-home Diagnostic Test for Chronic Kidney Disease

5.3.2 Smart Glucose Meter and Expert Coaching for Diabetes Management

5.4.1 AI-powered Video-based Health Monitoring Mobile Application

5.4.2 Application for Personalized Behavioral Health Management

6.1 The Key Innovation Themes of IP Activity Include Blood Glucose Monitoring and Analyte Sensors

6.2 Key Patents

6.2 Key Patents (continued)

6.2 Key Patents (continued)

7.1 Growth Opportunity 1: Smart Home Technologies to Empower the Elderly and Chronically Ill Patients

7.1 Growth Opportunity 1: Smart Home Technologies to Empower the Elderly and Chronically Ill Patients (continued)

7.2 Growth Opportunity 2: Sweat Sensors and Interstitial Fluid Sensors for Non-invasive Analyte Measurement

7.2 Growth Opportunity 2: Sweat Sensors and Interstitial Fluid Sensors for Non-invasive Analyte Measurement (continued)

7.3 Growth Opportunity 3: Self-monitoring Technologies for Cancer Care Enable Diagnosis of At-risk Patients and Cancer Survivors

7.3 Growth Opportunity 3: Self-monitoring Technologies for Cancer Care Enable Diagnosis of At-risk Patients and Cancer Survivors (continued)

7.4 Key Conclusions and Strategic Recommendations

8.1 Database of Key Industry Participants

9.1 Reference for Technology Readiness level

10.1 Your Next Steps

10.2 Why Frost, Why Now?

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Self-health monitoring products and technologies boost consumer awareness of their health and help them to monitor it, avail timely medical help, and lead a high-quality life. Tools such as wearables, body patches, smartphone applications, lateral flow assays, and other peripheral devices are used to diagnose acute conditions, help patients reach their wellness goals, or self-manage their medical conditions. Self-monitoring is crucial for patients suffering from chronic conditions as continuous monitoring is essential to identify personal risk factors and lifestyle management to prevent the exacerbation of the condition. Chronic diseases are a major risk factor for severe illness with COVID-19, and the limited access to healthcare systems due to lockdowns is leading to increased awareness and use of self-use medical devices and mobile healthcare applications for condition management. Healthcare consumers measure and track their health regularly, set personal health goals, and make lifestyle changes accordingly. The COVID-19 pandemic is having a profound impact on healthcare consumer behavior and is enabling the growth of the self-monitoring health industry. Self-monitoring products are available in diverse platforms, and the key industry participants leverage advancements in AI, IoT, mHealth, sensor technologies, and disruptive technologies such as flexible sensors and flexible microfluidics for their consumer health products. This Frost & Sullivan research service analyzes the challenges associated with the traditional care delivery model and the advantages of self-monitoring technologies in chronic disease management. It explores the various emerging technologies that enable self-chronic disease management and the companies to action. The technological voids and the design considerations for consumer products are also investigated. The growth drivers and the restraints in the self-monitoring health industry are examined, and the growth opportunities offered by smart home technologies, sweat sensors and interstitial fluid sensors, and cancer care are discussed. Strategic recommendations for key participants are put forth, and the study also includes an IP landscape analysis of the patents filed over the past 6 years.--BEGIN PROMO--

Self health monitoring products and technologies help consumers be aware of the health, avail required medical help on time and lead a high quality life. Tools such as wearables, bodypatches, smartphone applications, lateral flow assays and other peripheral devices are being use diagnose acute conditions, reach their wellness goals or self-manage their medical conditions. Self monitoring is crucial for patients with chronic conditions as continuous monitoring is essential for identifying personal risk factors and managing the lifestyle to prevent exacerbation of the condition. Chronic diseases are a major healthcare burden, globally, and the increasing prevalence is leading to increased demand for self-monitoring technologies. Chronic diseases being a major risk factor for severe illness with COVID-19, and the limited access to healthcare systems due to lockdown lead to an increase in awareness and use of self-use medical devices and mobile healthcare applications for the management of their conditions. Healthcare consumers measure and track their health on a daily basis, set personal health goals and make lifestyle changes accordingly. COVID-19 has had a major impact on healthcare consumer behavior which has enabled the growth of self-monitoring of health industry. The self monitoring products are available in diverse platforms, and the key players in the industry exploit advancements in AI, IOT, mHealth and sensor technologies, and disruptive technologies such as flexible sensors and flexible microfluidics for their consumer health products.      
The report analyzes the challenges associated with the traditional care delivery model and the advantages of self monitoring technologies in chronic disease management. It explores the various emerging technologies enabling self chronic disease management and the companies to action. The technological voids and the design considerations for the consumer products are also investigated. The growth drivers and challenges in the self-monitoring of health industry are explored. Growth opportunities offered by smart home technologies, sweat sensors and interstial fluid sensors, and cancer care have also been discussed. Strategic recommendations for key participants in the industry are also put forth in the report. The report also includes IP landscape analysis of the patents filed in the last six years.

 

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