Healthtech vendors should aim to provide customized, intelligent services to all residents of a smart home in this billion-dollar market, finds Frost & Sullivan
SANTA CLARA, California, Aug. 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- As healthcare shifts from reactive to proactive care, a huge market is opening up for automation products that can help deliver health and wellness services
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Patients are conscious of their health quotient and want to be involved in the wellness and disease management," said Sowmya Rajagopalan Global Program Director Transformational Health. "With consumerization of healthcare, enabling patients to clinically manage their disease at home has been of crucial importance for care providers and OEMs today as they have made this a reality with the launch of innovation in design, devices, services, and solutions."
Frost & Sullivan's recent analysis, Vision 2025—Healthcare in the Smart Home, examines the concept of a smart home delivering healthcare. It segments all the resident profiles and lists the individual health needs that are relevant to healthcare delivery in the home. It also highlights the key companies in this space as well as the major business models and future evolution trends. It covers the technologies of home automation, voice virtual assistants, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and analytics. The health and wellness segment of connected homes market revenues was $6.67 billion and it is expected to grow to $22.26 billion by 2022, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 27.3% between 2017 and 2022.
Companies like Google, Samsung, Philips, and Deutsch Telekom have unique capabilities and value propositions to serve the smart homes for healthcare delivery area, with their smart solutions. There are further expansion opportunities in the healthcare segment:
"Any solution that can monitor the health of various individuals in a single house, using cross-industry business models, while operating in a stringently regulated industry, will have to be highly dynamic, integrable, and interoperable," noted Siddharth Shah Industry Analyst Transformational Health. "While the barriers to market entry seem high, there are substantial opportunities for automation and healthtech vendors that are keen to develop technologies, products, and models for this market."
Vision 2025—Healthcare in the Smart Home is part of Frost & Sullivan's global Digital Health Growth Partnership Service program.
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