Health monitoring revenues to hit $1.9 billion by 2014

Staff writer
Mobile Apps Xchange
Revenues from remote patient monitoring using mobile networks will rise to almost $1.9 billion globally by 2014, according to Juniper Research.
 
Heart-based monitoring in the US will account for the bulk of early mobile monitoring roll-outs.
 
While mobile monitoring will contribute to healthcare cost savings in developed markets, national wealth and the structure of the healthcare market in a given geographical region will influence the extent to which it is rolled out.
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