Our Q4 and 2013 Year-End Report is now available: Slowly and surely the mobile and digital health market is maturing. In 2013 a number of companies shutdown after running out of money and a record 17 startups and companies got acquired. With increased focus on care coordination, between office visits data capture, and outcomes, digital health companies are beginning to find an audience with providers and payers making the transition to accountable care.
In the direct-to-consumer market, the rise of the wearable as a major technology trend is helping digital health find a prominent place in mass culture. Fitness trackers continue to emerge, health incubators keep churning out startups, investment dollars appear to be climbing year-over-year still -- despite big numbers in 2012 -- this much and more happened in 2013.
And MobiHealthNews was there to cover it all, each and everyday.
If you need to catch up on mobile health developments during the fourth quarter of 2013 — look no further. We have pulled together the most important events in mobile and digital health that occurred between October and December 2013 in our latest report, which also covers the year that was with a round-up of important year-long trends as well as a round-up of the investments we tracked during the past 12 months. Check out the report here.
Webinar: As part of our look ahead at 2014 Trends in Digital Health webinar later this month, we'll discuss some of this report's findings. Be sure to bring your questions for the Q&A and register for the webinar right here if you haven't already.