Healthcare sector financials

Highest Mkt Cap
#9 of 49
$30 B
Average CAGR
#25 of 49
20 %
mHealth technologies can be used to deliver services to people in remote areas, improving access to care for underserved populations. mHealth can be used to track and monitor patient in real-time, allowing for early intervention in case of complications. Mobile apps can be used to facilitate patient education and improve medication adherence.

0 FDA approvals in Mobile Health (mHealth)

Improved Access to Care

"Mobile can help improve access to care for underserved populations, who may have limited access to traditional services." - HealthTech Magazine, December 2021

Remote Patient Monitoring

"Mobile can be used for remote patient monitoring, allowing providers to monitor patient data in real-time and make more informed decisions about patient care." - Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society, January 2022

Chronic Disease Management

"Mobile can be used for chronic disease management, helping patients manage their conditions more effectively and reducing the need for hospitalization." - mHealth Intelligence, February 2022

Investor sentiment

Allied Market ResearchMay 2021

"...The global mobile market is expected to reach $385.5 billion by 2027, driven by the increasing adoption of mobile devices and wearable technologies, the growing demand for personalized and patient-centric solutions, and the rising need for remote patient monitoring and disease management."

Verified Market ResearchJune 2021

"...The global mobile market is projected to reach $311.98 billion by 2028, driven by the increasing adoption of smartphones and mobile devices, the rising prevalence of chronic diseases and lifestyle-related disorders, and the growing demand for remote patient monitoring and tele solutions."

Sector leaders

    Teladoc Health Inc.

    Teladoc Health has launched a mobile application called Teladoc App to make virtual care more accessible. The app allows members to have remote access to general medical consultations, dermatology, behavioral health, expert medical services, and others.

    Fitbit Inc.

    Fitbit is a company that produces wearables that monitor a person’s physical activity and health, such as heart rate and sleep quality. These devices sync to the Fitbit app, which helps individuals keep track of their fitness goals and overall health.

    AliveCor Inc.

    AliveCor is a company that produces wearable heart monitors that sync to the Kardia app. The app allows users to check their heart rate and rhythm and provides alerts for potential heart abnormalities.
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