2018 Health Technology Trends OR 7 Magnificent Health Tech Trends of 2018

Last year, we shared our insights into the top 5 digital health trends that are helping shape the future of healthcare and we are happy to say we will continue to see these trends evolve well throughout 2018. This year we rang in the new year with our clients’ and their innovative projects that just so happen to fall into each of the following 7 categories.

Without a doubt, this will be an exciting year as we are at the forefront of the latest technologies with endless possibilities for the improvement of healthcare. More than ever before, we are ecstatic about bringing our clients’ visions to realization and are looking forward to seeing more trends emerge as the year progresses.

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From mHealth to Connected Health – not just a name changer! (but a game changer?)

This year we decided that visiting partners and clients on the East Coast was not enough for us given all the activity springing up there, so after being contacted by the Personal Connected Health Alliance we are thrilled to come back to Washington D.C. this year – this time as a sponsor.

The Connected Health Conference offered us cutting edge sessions with innovative companies participating and attending and a truly proactive setting perfect for tackling a number of the industry’s complexities.

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How to integrate multiple Wellness devices using Human API

In a recent project for one of our clients, we came across a need to gather data from multiple wellness devices. We were faced with a choice between creating a custom connector for each device’s API, or using a service that gathers data in one place.

One possible solution was Human API (http://www.humanapi.co/) who stated that they provide an easy way to get data from multiple health systems and wearable devices (like Fitbit, Misfit etc.). Another one we found interesting (especially for enterprise solutions) would be Validic (https://validic.com/). We will not refer to it in this article, but it may be a focus of a separate article in the future.

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