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Impact of Wearable Technology on the Pharmaceutical Industry, 2017 Report Investigates - Research and Markets

Research and Markets
Posted on: 25 Aug 17

The "Impact of Wearable Technology on the Pharmaceutical Industry" report has been added to Research and Markets' offering.

This edition of Future Tech TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) covers the impact of wearable technology on the pharmaceutical industry. Wearables are wireless, sensor integrated devices worn on the body, which can accurately measure body physiological functions and alert users when abnormal parameter levels or fluctuations occur. All these attributes make wearables a favorable technology in the pharmaceutical industry for a variety of applications such as improving drug research and development, streamlining clinical trials, active drug delivery, and patient engagement. This Future Tech TOE also captures market drivers and challenges for wearables in the pharmaceutical industry, technology forecast, and strategic recommendations.

The Health & Wellness cluster tracks developments in a myriad of areas including genetic engineering, regenerative medicine, drug discovery and development, nanomedicine, nutrition, cosmetic procedures, pain and disease management and therapies, drug delivery, personalized medicine, and smart healthcare.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Technology Snapshot

1.1 Wearables Disrupting Clinical Monitoring in the Healthcare Industry

1.2 Types of Wearable Technologies Benefiting the Healthcare Industry

1.3 Wearables Helping in Decentralizing the Healthcare Industry

1.4 The Industry is Dominated Mostly by Wellness, Fitness, and Sports Wearables and There Are Not Many Medical Wearables

2. Applications and Key Trends

2.1 Wearables Improve Efficiency in the Pharmaceutical Industry

2.2 Key Wearable Technology Stakeholders in the Pharmaceutical Industry

2.3 Wearables Improving Research and Development of Parkinson's Disease

2.4 Wearable Sensors to Study Progression of Multiple Sclerosis

2.5 Wearables Used to Study Progression of Huntington's Disease

2.6 Wearables Improving the Efficiency of Clinical Trials

2.7 Collaborations to Improve Clinical Trial Execution

2.8 Innovative Medical Wearables in the Industry

2.9 Smart Drug Delivery Using Wearable Devices

2.10 Thin, Conformable Skin Patches for Healthcare Monitoring

3. Strategic Insights

3.1 Wearables Enable Remote/Home Adaptive and Personalized Trials

3.2 The Future of Wearables in the Pharmaceutical Industry

3.3 Strategic Recommendations

3.4 Industry Interactions

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Last updated on: 25/08/2017

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