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  1. In 2016, 52% of hospitals globally were using three or more connected health technologies.
  2. 60% of healthcare organizations have started introducing IoT into their facilities.
  3. Worldwide, an average of 12% of people said they currently used a connected health device, with a further 12% saying they had formerly used one.
  4. China is leading the healthcare model change, with 28% of people saying they had used a connected health device.
  5. 47% of companies are expected to expand their use of connected health technologies over the next few years.
  6. By 2020, 40% of IoT technology will be health related.
  7. Hospital admissions decreased by 16% in a study of heart patients who received messages based on their condition to an app.
  8. 74% of people believe that sharing lifestyle information becomes more palatable if it is seen as a way to help physicians treat people more effectively, with some people in this group being willing to share dietary and exercise information if they could receive tailored information back.
  9. 50% of people would be comfortable contacting their physician digitally.
  10. 55% of consumers would share information digitally if it resulted in cost savings.
  11. 68% of physicians say that at-home diagnostic testing will help to drive better outcomes for patients.
  12. 67% of physicians believe smartphone apps that record health and fitness data will deliver better outcomes.
  13. 80% of physicians are already using smartphones as part of their professional practice.
  14. 44% of physicians use their smartphones to communicate with other professionals in their facility.
  15. It’s predicted that IoT can cut costs from clinical and operational inefficiencies by 25%, or $100 billion per year
  16. Wearable technology devices are the second most popular use of IoT.
  17. 28.3 million wearable devices were sold in 2016. IDC predicts this will increase to 82.5 million in 2020, a 31 percent growth.
  18. 71% of physicians say the use of personal sensor technologies, like wearable devices, will have a positive impact on health.
  19. It’s predicted that, by 2020, the average person will own 5 connected devices that will have diverse uses, including as a tool for connected healthcare.
  20. In 2017, 36% of people would use an at-home diagnostic test kit and send the information to a physician.

Recent statistics suggest that connected health has a promising future in healthcare when it comes to handling the massive challenges faced by an aging society by making the cost of healthcare cheaper and more accessible. By placing more of the healthcare responsibility on individuals as opposed to healthcare providers, with devices and technology that allow people to manage chronic care remotely, there is less strain on services, allowing doctors to handle larger quantities of patients with no added stress. Connected health is also proving to be effective in facilitating better communication between providers and consumers by making healthcare more transparent, and engaging patients is a way that suits our modern needs. Though there are definitely concerns about connected health, it’s undeniable that the future looks bright for this technology and that this model will have a large influence on the future of the healthcare industry as a whole.