It’s unsurprising, particularly in this age of the COVID-19 pandemic, that the category of Digital Health technology is front and center among consumers. The Consumer Technology Association (CTA), which in the interests of preserving attendees’ health will produce an all-digital CES this coming January, provided the press in December […]
As mentioned, the pandemic has served to accelerate acceptance among consumers for digital health technologies – but the acceptance is also extending to the medical provider and insurance communities, the CTA research shows.
Insurance payers, clinicians and health care administrators surveyed at mid-year indicated that they felt that technology has had a positive impact on various aspects of care. Ninety-one percent cited information management and sharing as having been significantly impacted by technology, while 83 percent said quality of care has been positively impacted.