New digital health research from international firm Parks Associates (www.parksassociates.com) shows that three-fourths of consumers 40 years and older expect to live in their own home when they turn 80, which will drive adoption and innovation in aging-in-place solutions. P
The research group joined industry executives this week at the fourth annual Connected Health Summit: Engaging Consumers in San Diego, to discuss the role of connected health technologies and smart home crossover use cases to enable aging-in-place and independent living for current and future generations. The Summit also examines the latest consumer research in connected health and successful approaches in deploying connected healthcare products and services within the expanding IoT market.
According to Parks Associates, more than 40% of U.S. broadband households own at least one connected health device, while approximately one-third of consumers either use a wellness app or participate in a wellness program.