A combination of unsustainable health care costs, inconvenient access, and substandard outcomes necessitate new approaches to health care. Regulations enabling increased patient choice and megatrends like aging and increasing population further straining the system have pushed new technologies and business models to the market. A range of digital technologies and approaches are being deployed to enable patients to maintain wellness, diagnose diseases earlier, access health care providers remotely, and receive care where they choose, such as in their own homes. We analyze the technologies, regulations, business models, and strategies that bring these solutions to market to understand how to profit from the new digital approaches emerging as the health care shifts from disease-centric to patient-centric model.
Lux Research’s on-going coverage of the Digital Health and Wellness space helps companies:
  • Stay on top of rapidly evolving  diagnostic, monitoring, mHealth, telemedicine, and aging in place digital technologies
  • Map technology capabilities to application needs 
  • Find emerging business models and partnership networks
  • Monitor global innovation and partnerships from start-ups to corporations
  • Understand a fragmented and changing regulatory landscape


  • Biosensors
  • Sample preparation
  • Microfluidics
  • Molecular diagnostics
  • Novel imaging
  • Data analytics
  • Mobile/wireless health
  • Vital signs monitoring
  • Telemedicine


  • Point-of-care technologies
  • At-home diagnostics and monitoring
  • Consumerized health
  • Personalized medicine
  • Device-based therapeutics
  • Compliance/adherence monitoring
  • Mobile/wireless health
  • Distributed and remote clinics
  • Aging in place
  • Chronic diseases management
  • Preventive care
  • Wellness


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