Technology focused on improving patient navigation and care coordination is set for “big growth,” according to a Healthcare IT News report discussing a study by Frost & Sullivan.
Frost & Sullivan project a compound annual growth rate for this technology of more than 26% between 2015 and 2020.
Nancy Fabozzi, Frost & Sullivan principal connected health analyst, said:
“In the next six years, the digital health market is likely to experience a continuous flurry of new products and services specifically designed to help smooth the pain points associated with transitioning from fee-for-service. The move to value-based reimbursement is already a key driver for health IT, and efforts toward developing solutions for care coordination and population health management will accelerate significantly.”