Healthcare sector financials

Highest Mkt Cap
#7 of 49
$32 B
#39 of 49
17 %
Digital technologies are transforming the industry, allowing for more personalized treatment, remote monitoring, and preventative care. These technologies include wearable devices, telemedicine, and apps, which can provide patients with real-time data and enable providers to deliver more effective and efficient care.

0 FDA approvals in Digital Health

The Future of Digital Health Technology is Promising

COVID-19's influence on Digital Health Technology

"The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of digital technologies such as telehealth, wearable devices, and mobile apps. This technology has transformed the industry by providing remote access to services, enabling physicians to diagnose and treat patients from afar. Additionally, digital technology has the potential to reduce costs and improve patient outcomes by promoting preventive care and early intervention." - Forbes, June 2021

Smartwatches and Personalized Medicine

"Smartwatches can provide personalized medicine by constantly monitoring a patient's health, making it possible for doctors to intervene before a problem becomes more serious. With the increasing popularity of smartwatches, wearable technology has become a key tool in disease management and prevention." - MobiHealthNews, May 2021

The Role of Artificial Intelligence

"Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing the industry by enabling providers to analyze vast amounts of data to identify patterns and trends that can help diagnose diseases earlier and improve treatment plans. AI is also playing a critical role in developing new drugs and therapies that can save lives." - Healthcare IT News, February 2021

Investor sentiment

MarketsandMarketsApril 2021

"...The global digital market is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 26% during the forecast period 2021-2026, driven by the increasing adoption of digital solutions for remote patient monitoring, telemedicine, and analytics, and the growing demand for efficient and cost-effective delivery models."

ResearchAndMarketsJune 2021

"...The global digital market is expected to reach $511.53 billion by 2027, driven by the increasing adoption of digital solutions for remote patient monitoring, telemedicine, and analytics, and the growing need for efficient and patient-centric delivery models."

Sector leaders


    Aetion's Real-World Data Platform provides transparency into how treatments affect patients in the real world.


    Hims is a tele company that specializes in men's health, offering products and services for hair loss, sexual wellness, and more.


    Tempus is a precision medicine company that uses AI and data analytics to help doctors create personalized cancer treatments.
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