Digital Health Trends for 2023 by BeKey – #BHHMembersInitiatives
Recently, BHH member BeKey launched their perpective on the trends in digital health for 2023. This year, the healthcare sector will certainly continue to move forward thanks to innovative technologies. Most finds are yet to come: the market will persist in developing and is projected to reach $95 billion. It symbolizes high competition among healthcare organizations and more investment in new technologies. Here are the key technological trends in digital health, which can be joined.
With unequivocal evidence that self-testing can be reliable and intelligent, we can usher in a new era of care relying on health check-ups without doctors for many concerns. With the help of AI sensors and algorithms, it’s definitely one of the trends. It should also be noted that public and private financing of health insurance is currently a key element in implementing digital solutions in the healthcare field, which reduces out-of-pocket costs for patients. European countries are increasingly turning to prescription apps in an attempt to structure the health applications market so that proven and reliable companies are reimbursed.
Since the beginning of the pandemic in 2020, decentralized clinical trials have maintained a prominent place among trends. As companies continue to offer new tools for it, it is clear that this format will become more and more reliable. It’s better for biopharmaceutical and biotechnological organizations to look for a DCT partner, from which the following trend follows: pharma investing in digital health. Such partnerships provide access to new technologies and are focused on reducing the time to diagnosis, integrating real-world evidence into clinical trials, and increasing drug discovery.
It is worth paying attention to a new category of digital medical services — Remote Therapeutic Monitoring (RTM), which is designed for the medical management of patients and their therapeutic and non-physiological data. It can allow the doctor to determine how well the patient is responding to medication, what social or environmental factors are influencing health status, and what changes can be made to improve personal health. We hope that many interesting startups will appear in all the niches listed above.
The future of medical technology is brilliant. These trends are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to technology’s potential to improve care and outcomes. As 2023 progresses, it will be interesting to see how these digital health trends evolve and what exciting advances they bring us. Check out more about it here.