By Kerri Knippenberg – Millennials between the ages of 18 and 24 have been changing the norms as consumers. Nearly all business sectors have been affected by millennials because they are not sticking to traditional consumer trends. Below I highlighted 5 ways in which millennials are changing the world of healthcare:Read More
By Kerri Knippenberg – Digital health has seen huge growth in 2015 for B2C markets. We have all seen the growth of telemedicine, but that is not the only digital health market to have greatly expanded. Genetic services, mobile health tracking and online physician reviews have all seen growth in the past year.
By Kerri Knippenberg – The Internet of Things (IoT) – an extension of Big Data – is estimated to become a $117 billion industry by 2020. It began with computers, then cellphones, and now has moved to watches that can monitor our active calories burned during spin class.
By Kerri Knippenberg – NATO leaders are teaming up with a telemedicine hub, Avera Health, to improve clinical care during natural and manmade disasters around the world. In 2019, the telemedicine market is expected to more than double. It is important to recognize the advancements that are taking place around us each and everyday.