Wearables in Chronic Care: Leveraging the Innovative Tech for...

Wearables in Chronic Care: Leveraging the Innovative Tech for Quality Care Delivery

By Healthcare Tech Outlook | Friday, March 01, 2019

Wearables in Chronic CareThe role of wearable technology has become important in the healthcare sector. Wearable technology is used in the manufacturing equipment, including activity trackers, pacemakers, and hearing aids. They make the patient feel customized care to examine his or her health routinely. It helps the patient to study important facts such as heart rate, blood pressure, and body sugar levels.

The patient can access their information using a wearable technology platform. The wearable market is expected to reach $150 billion by 2025, according to market research and business research firm IDTechEX. Today, people want to know the facts and measurements related to their health. When the wearable helps them to know their health data, the number of people who choose wearables technology has increased. Future wearable equipment will be incorporated into clothing, skin patches, and electronic skin.

Many technology companies such as Apple have brought new varieties using wearable technology to their team. Apple recently launched a wearable to detect diabetes patients’ glucose levels. MC10 has worked with L'Oreal to detect UVA and UVB exposure by designing the first skin sensor. The future of wearables will help patients in several ways. Some preventative disease wearables are also on the list of innovations. Many healthcare providers have organized wearable employee wellness programs to emphasize the importance of wearable products in the healthcare industry.

Patients, especially elderly patients, can eliminate the occurrence of the disease by 70 percent using wearables. Google recently took part in the development of a shoe that detects an individual’s weight and movement. Healthcare providers can use wearable remote patient monitoring to improve the management of chronic diseases and reduce the burden of staff shortages. Wearables help to effectively and securely retain health information, and at the same time, deliver customized care.

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