54% of U.S. internet households own a connected health product, unlocking new value for remote care applications in healthcare and senior care

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Industry webinar, in cooperation with Syntiant, features insights on device data, the role of AI in new use cases and the impact of low-power computing devices

DALLAS, August 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — New consumer data from Parks Associates shows the continued rise of connected health devices, with 54% of US internet households owning at least one product and 23% owning three or more. The research firm will highlight the findings in an industry webinar, “Health IoT on the Edge: accessible, intelligent, secure”, on Wednesday August 10in cooperation with Syntiant, to discuss new applications in healthcare and elderly care through the use of advanced low-power computing devices.

“Driven by the adoption of smartwatches, consumers and patients have grown accustomed to using devices to collect, transmit and interpret health data. Remote home care relies both on the quality of patient follow-up and on the quality of the information provided to care. team and family caregivers,” said Kristen Hanich, Director, Broadband and Health Research, Parks Associates. “Using predictive analytics and machine learning algorithms in healthcare turns real-time data into actionable and potentially life-saving insights and diagnostic aids.”

Research from Parks Associates indicates that 57% of consumers find sharing health data from devices appealing and more than one in three research healthcare providers that offer it. The webinar discusses the use of health device data to empower patient care, the role of AI and algorithms in creating new use cases, cutting-edge low-power AI solutions. energy and key use cases in remote patient monitoring and elderly care.

“Integrating cutting-edge AI into connected health devices has tremendous value, not only for manufacturers, but also for consumers,” said Pupak KhodabandehVP of Product, Syntiant Corp. “New use cases can be deployed quickly, efficiently and at relatively low cost, while patient outcomes are improved by using machine learning to enable highly accurate real-time monitoring and data processing without cloud to help ensure privacy and security.”

Webinar speakers:

Here are examples of use cases powered by AI and algorithms:

  • Algorithmically compare patient trajectories
  • Proactively identify and avoid health crises
  • Triage of patients at risk
  • Diagnose unidentified and undiagnosed medical conditions
  • Detecting Deteriorating Health and Dementia Using Speech Patterns
  • Predict falls or reduced mobility in the elderly

These systems are even more powerful when paired with edge computing, which offers ultra-low latency, high reliability, and data privacy/security advantages over cloud-focused systems. Additionally, cutting-edge low-power AI solutions can be adapted to the many battery-powered health IoT sensors and devices that require intelligence, security, and low power consumption.

For information or to register, visit https://www.parksassociates.com/healthai-aug2022. To request data or an interview, contact Rosey Sera, [email protected]972-996-0233.

About Associated Parks

Parks Associates, an internationally recognized market research and consulting firm owned and led by a woman, specializes in emerging technology solutions for the consumer and small and medium enterprise (SME) markets. Turns 35e year in 2021, Parks Associates is a partner for companies navigating the changing landscapes of consumer technologies through data-driven market insights, in-depth consumer and industry insights, personalized marketing services and executive networking experiences and conferences.

Each year, Parks Associates hosts industry webcasts, the CONNECTIONS™ Speaker Series, the Connected Health Summit, the Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer and the Future of Video: OTT, Pay TV and Digital Media. https://www.parksassociates.com

Contact:
Rosimely Sera
Parks Associates
972.996.0233
[email protected]

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