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March 30, 2015

Global Smart Wearable Healthcare Devices and Services Market 2015-2019 WITH Apple, At&T, Ee, Google, Samsung, Sprint, Telefonica & T-Mobile Dominating

DUBLIN, Mar. 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --Research and Markets

(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/jrmbdk/global_smart) has announced the addition of the "Global Smart Wearable Healthcare Devices and Services Market 2015-2019" report to their offering.

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The analysts forecast the Global Smart Wearable Healthcare Devices and Services market to grow at a CAGR of 30.42% over the period 2015-2019

The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the Global Smart Wearable Healthcare Devices and Services market for the period 2015-2019. The market is segmented into two: Smart Wearable Healthcare Devices and Smart Wearable Healthcare Services.

Smart wearable healthcare devices are defined as those devices that are worn or attached to a user's body to monitor the changes in various organs and body parts. Some of the healthcare devices include smart watches, wearable hand, smart diapers, wristband, pedometer, and bionic suit. Important features of these devices include heart rate monitoring, sleep statistics, counting the amount of calorie burnt and taken, monitor body temperature an sleep statistics of babies, remote cardiac monitoring, and monitor and track daily activity of users. These devices easily sync with user's smartphones and tablets. 

Increased use of smart wearable devices for tele-home healthcare is one of the key trends in the market. Smart wearable devices enhance treatment and monitoring processes by saving time and reducing healthcare costs. These devices help physicians to monitor patients from a remote place and provide proper treatment.

According to the report, an increase in aging populations and chronic diseases is expected to play a pivotal role in boosting demand for smart wearable healthcare devices. High life expectancy has led to increased aging populations in North America and Western Europe; several chronic diseases such as diabetes, arthritis, cancer, obesity, heart diseases, asthma, and COPDs have increased in these regions. Consequently, monitoring the health conditions and daily activities of the elderly, especially the baby boomers, has become essential.

Further, the report states that privacy and security of data is a key concern for the growth of the Global Smart Wearable Healthcare Devices and Services market. Although the size of smart wearable healthcare devices is small, they store highly sensitive user information. The possibility of these devices being misplaced or lost is high because of their small size. Loss of a device can cause security breaches and misuse of personal health-related information.

Key Vendors
- Apple
- AT&T
- EE
- Google
- Samsung Electronics
- Sprint
- Telefonica
- T-Mobile US

Vendors to Watch Out
- Cyberdyne
- IHealth Labs
- Interaxon
- IRhythm Technologies
- Lark
- OMsignal
- Proteus Digital Health
- Sotera Wireless
- Withings

Emerging Vendors
- 270 Vision
- Biosensics
- Cambridge Temperature Concepts
- Epson America
- Evena Medical
- Orpyx Medical Technologies
- Qardio

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/jrmbdk/global_smart

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