Home » Internet » Parks Associates: 23% of Chronic-Care Patients Struggle to Exercise Regularly

Parks Associates: 23% of Chronic-Care Patients Struggle to Exercise Regularly




DALLAS, TX — (Marketwired) — 08/26/16 — by Parks Associates shows that 23% of chronic-care patients report it is very difficult for them to exercise regularly and 19% struggle to maintain a prescribed diet. Parks Associates notes that new smart healthcare devices and apps, as well as remote monitoring solutions by caregivers, could help these patients adhere to their healthcare plans.

“The growing availability of virtual care options such as telephonic consultation and video chat has given some care services an on-demand aspect similar to Netflix, Uber, or GrubHub,” said , Senior Research Director, Parks Associates. “This approach, which is supported by the development of smart home solutions, will provide real value to patients with chronic conditions and help improve outcomes by following care plans and interacting more frequently with their doctors.”

Parks Associates will host the third-annual , August 30 – September 1 at the Omni Hotel in San Diego. The event, which features keynotes from HumanaVitality, Medtronic, Samsung, and Walmart, focuses on remote health monitoring for accountable care, consumer-centric wellness and fitness solutions, independent living technologies and services, and innovative virtual/convenience care models.

Wang will moderate the session “” at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 1. The session will examine the virtual care industry, disruptive business models, and interest among care providers and health insurers in expanding on-demand experiences within their care services.

for the session include:

Ray Costantini, MD, Co-Founder & CEO,

Henry DePhillips, MD, FAAFP, Chief Medical Officer,

Sander Duncan, Vice President of Business Development,

Dr. Sanjay Patil, Chief Medical Informatics Officer,

Jon Pearce, CEO and Co-founder,

“We continue to see virtual care gravitate and evolve towards evidence-based medicine,” said , CEO and Co-founder, Zipnosis. “We–ve also seen virtual care increasingly integrate within health system physician networks and technologies to ensure continuity of care. We–re excited to support this revolution in patient care delivery and enable healthcare systems to further optimize patient outcomes.”

reveals over 60% of consumers in U.S. broadband households have a chronic condition, including obesity, high cholesterol, and hypertension. Failure to adhere to treatment plans in exercise and diet increases the health risks and treatment costs for these conditions.

, Research Analyst, Parks Associates, will moderate the session “Integrating Smart Home Solutions into Connected Health Experience” at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August 31. This panel will address ways IoT technologies can deliver healthcare experiences both passively and proactively. The speakers in this session will also explore areas of synergy with the health and wellness industries and debate the potential of new smart home players as partners to healthcare providers and health insurers.

for the session include:

Don Boerema, Chief Corporate Development Officer,

Christian Garcia, CEO, representing

Darryl Jones, Senior Director of Strategic Marketing and Analytics,

Joe Liu, CEO,

Lainie Muller, Director, Wellness,

“As smart home adoption increases and consumers become more familiar with the capabilities of connected devices, use cases expand into health and wellness offerings,” Russell said. “Medical alerts and emergency response monitoring, daily activity monitoring, and remote video-based communication and caregiving are a few of the early health-related applications that have been integrated with smart home providers.”

“The increased availability of connected health solutions in the home offers healthcare providers even more access to real time, reliable, medical grade data,” said , Chief Corporate Development Officer, ADT. “This will ultimately lead to better outcomes for patients, while also contributing to reductions in their healthcare costs.”

“We are accelerating the addition of unique health and wellness solutions to our smart home and consumer IoT platform,” said , Senior Director Strategic Marketing and Analytics, Zonoff Inc. “The powerful combination of smart home and connected health delivers tremendous value to both caretakers and end users.”

“Better than voice-centric PERS service, Home8 offers free mobile-cloud video-integrated interactive healthcare alarm and awareness services to ensure seniors– independent living, integrity of life, and peace of mind for your loved ones. These healthcare-related solutions and services are part of the home8 one-App interactive security, safety, video, energy management, and home automation ecosystem offering,” said , CEO, MivaTek.

“Alarm.com has been a long-time pioneer in developing increasingly intelligent and adaptive smart home services, and our Wellness solution extends those innovations to enable independent living and to create new caregiving experiences,” said , Director, Wellness, Alarm.com. “Wellness offers a complete solution for security, convenience, and awareness. With powerful data analytics we can also monitor behavior patterns and identify trends so caregivers can proactively address problems or emergencies.”

include Independa, higi, ARM, Care Innovations, Healthways, Alarm.com, Honeywell, MEDL Mobile, MultiTech, New Fields Technologies, PokitDok, Z-Wave, ZigBee, the California Health Care Foundation, Bright.md, Medable, and Home8.

is open, and media are invited to secure press passes. For more information visit, . Follow the conference on Twitter at @CONN_Health_Smt and #CONNHealth16.

To schedule a meeting with Harry Wang, Brad Russell, or another speaker, contact Holly Sprague at , 720.987.6614.

Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers analyzes the role of innovative connected health solutions in driving changes in consumer behaviors as well as healthcare systems, insurers, and hospital networks. The event focuses on four areas of consumer health, which require active consumer participation to be successful: remote health monitoring for accountable care, consumer-centric wellness and fitness solutions, independent living technologies and services, and innovative convenience care models.

The event will take place August 30 – September 1, 2016, at the Omni Hotel in San Diego, CA. Parks Associates is accepting submissions for speakers for the event.

For more information on Parks Associates research or Connected Health Summit, visit . To schedule an interview or to request specific research data, please contact Holly Sprague at .

Image Available:

Holly Sprague Parks Associates720.987.6614





Posted by on 26. August 2016. Filed under Internet. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

Leave a Reply

Archive

© 2017 So-Co-IT. All Rights Reserved. Log in - Copyright by LayerMedia


Blogverzeichnis - Blog Verzeichnis bloggerei.de Blog Top Liste - by TopBlogs.de Bloggeramt.de blogoscoop