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DHbriefs publishes reports covering specific digital health market niches. These reports provide industry intelligence, outlook of key players, their products and services, and more — making sure YOU get to save time and money, while potentially opening new opportunities for growth. And this is our all-inclusive offer.

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The Big Picture

You have probably heard that the digital health market is booming. In the U.S. alone, companies raised more than $14 billion in 2020, according to Rock Health. Another source, StartUp Health, claims that $21.5 billion was invested in digital health companies across the world in 2020.

Add the coronavirus pandemic to the mix and you get a market that is steaming hot with companies both big and small fighting for their piece of the ever-growing pie.

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Our goal is to provide you with useful information so that you too could participate and compete. Whether you want to start brand new or grow an exiting digital health business, we think we could help. That's where our reports kick in. Read on for details...

What’s This All About?

DHbriefs Premium MembershipWe want most people to be tech savvy, we want them to keep up with modern technologies. But... it's hard. The industry is changing so much. We thought we could help and have prepared a special offer for them/you.

Our Premium Membership includes reports that cover specific digital health market niches. They provide industry intelligence, outlook of key players, their products and services, and more — making sure YOU get to save time and money, while potentially opening new opportunities for growth. Or just to be prepared for what's coming next.

It is a special, bundle offer that includes access to two of our existing and all future reports, at least 3 of which will be released during the year (probably more). So we'd like to believe this is a great value package...

Our Reports

Introduction to Digital Health

Companies & Technologies Revolutionizing The Healthcare Industry

Introduction to Digital HealthThis report provides a comprehensive overview of digital health technologies and key players you need to know in order to successfully compete (or work) in this market. It also explains the key terms so you could better understand how the market works. Also detailed are the digital health efforts of the Big Tech firms.

"Introduction to Digital Health" has more than 100 pages and covers over 70 companies.

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  • About this report
  • Introduction
  • What is Digital Health?
  • Digital Health 101
  • Digital Health vs eHealth
  • What is mHealth?
  • Understanding Artificial Intelligence (AI)
  • Factors driving the growth of digital health
  • Who wants a piece of the digital health pie?
  • Tech Giants in Digital Health
  • Google
  • Apple
  • Amazon
  • Microsoft
  • Facebook
  • Samsung
  • Big Pharma
  • Technologies
  • Traditional Health IT
  • Remote Monitoring
  • Wearables
  • Digital Assistants
  • Telehealth
  • Digital Therapeutics
  • Medication Management
  • On-demand Care
  • New In-Home Care Services
  • Medical Imaging
  • Genomics
  • Extended Reality
  • Blockchain
  • Conclusion
  • List of Companies
  • 23andMe
  • Aidence
  • Aiva
  • Akili Interactive Labs
  • Amazon
  • Amwell
  • Apple
  • AppliedVR
  • Arterys
  • BehaVR
  • Better Therapeutics
  • BurstIQ
  • Capsule
  • CareLinx
  • Cera
  • Comfort Keepers
  • DispatchHealth
  • Doccla
  • Doctolib
  • Doctor On Demand
  • drchrono
  • E-Vone
  • Eargo
  • EarlySense
  • Facebook
  • Factom
  • Fitbit
  • FundamentalVR
  • Garmin
  • Google
  • Heal
  • Hexoskin
  • Honor
  • Illumina
  • Independa
  • Intellia Therapeutics
  • lifeIMAGE
  • Lunit
  • Medicalchain
  • Microsoft
  • Modernizing Medicine
  • MyDNA
  • Orbita
  • Osso VR
  • Oticon
  • Oxford VR
  • Pager
  • Papa
  • PatientPing
  • Pear Therapeutics
  • Phil
  • PillPack
  • Pillsy
  • PokitDok
  • Qardio
  • Reemo Health
  • Remedy
  • ReSound
  • Samsung
  • Sensoria
  • Talyst
  • Teladoc
  • UnaliWear
  • Viz
  • Welldoc
  • Whisper
  • Withings
  • Xenoma
  • Xiaomi
  • XRHealth
  • Zebra Medical Vision
  • Zetta Genomics
  • Zocdoc
  • Total number of companies mentioned in the report: 75


Healthcare is one of the last industries waiting to be "properly" digitized. As such, it represents a massive opportunity for a number of players, including tech giants, startups, hospitals — as well as individuals involved in the industry.

This report is created for those looking to enter this fast-growing sector and help all of us get better healthcare. Cause sooner or later, we'll all be needing it, and at that point - we better have the best tools and technology money could buy (without spending a small fortune, that is).

Major strides have been made by a number of players but there is still a lot of room for growth. Or to put it differently - we're "not there yet."

You probably know someone who recently did a CT scan only to get it on a CD or DVD. Why not put it in the cloud, instead?

Also, if you have one of those activity trackers or a smartwatch, shouldn't your doctor and/or your insurance provider know how much are you walking — presuming you do walk or exercise a lot. This could potentially be valuable information that could inform your doctor about the course of your (future) care, or get you on a better plan with your insurance company.

And that's just the tip of the iceberg. There are many different technologies and new approaches that will ultimately improve healthcare. We'll go through what we think are the major areas and highlight some of the key players. Also, we'll talk about what the Big Tech is doing in this market — cause all of them are in this have huge plans...

Read on and get ready for the brave new world of digital health.

Senior Care 2.0

Digital Health Technologies Transforming Senior Care

Senior Care 2.0This report provides a comprehensive outlook of digital health technologies used to improve the care of the elderly. It also explores solutions seniors could rely on to stay independent for longer.

The report highlights:
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  • About this research brief
  • Introduction
  • Challenges
  • Baby Boomers Are Retiring
  • Nurse and Doctor Shortage
  • The Aging at Home Trend
  • Medication Non-Adherence
  • Dementia
  • Technology Is Not Easy To Use
  • Goals
  • Convenience
  • Engagement
  • Staying in Touch
  • Staying Independent
  • Technologies
  • Remote Health Monitoring
  • Telehealth
  • On-demand Care
  • Wearables
  • Digital Assistants & Tabletop Robots
  • Medication Management
  • New Transportation Options
  • New In-Home Care Services
  • Virtual Reality
  • End-of-Life Planning
  • And more...
  • Who’s Paying for the Technology?
  • Projects & Initiatives
  • Senior Living Communities and Nursing Homes Are Adopting Tech
  • AARP Working With Startups, Others To Improve Senior Care
  • Best Buy is Offering Digital Health Tools for Seniors
  • Japan Post Group, IBM and Apple Working Together to Mobilize Care For the Elderly in Japan
  • DISH Partners With Independa to Transform In-Home Entertainment and Senior Care
  • City4Age Program For Active and Healthy Ageing
  • A Wristband Project for Personalized Dementia Therapy
  • NIA Supports Development of IoT-based In-Home Service with a $4.5M Grant
  • Philips Cares Launches in the U.S. to Digitize the Aging and Caregiving Experience
  • Philips Taps DispatchHealth to Provide Seniors in Arizona With On-demand Care at Home
  • Accenture Launches AI-Enabled Solution to Tackle Elderly Loneliness
  • MyndVR, Pico Interactive and Littlstar Donating VR to seniors to combat social isolation
  • Conclusion
  • List of Companies
  • ActiveProtective
  • Aiva
  • Alert1
  • AllyAlign Health
  • Amazon
  • Amwell
  • Anelto Health
  • Apple
  • AssistMe
  • Beltone
  • Birdie
  • Bloom Circle
  • Briocare
  • Cake
  • Capsule
  • CareLinx
  • CarePredict
  • Cera
  • Circle Medical
  • Comfort Keepers
  • Cutii
  • DispatchHealth
  • Doctor On Demand
  • Domalys
  • Doro
  • Dose Healthcare
  • E-Vone
  • Eargo
  • EarlySense
  • Essence Group
  • Everplans
  • Fitbit
  • FriendHealth
  • Garmin
  • GogoGrandparent
  • Google
  • grandPad
  • GreatCall
  • Heal
  • HealthTap
  • Helite
  • Hexoskin
  • Honor
  • iBeat
  • Independa
  • Intuition Robotics
  • Iris Plans
  • Jibo
  • Jupl
  • K4Connect
  • KareInn
  • Konsie Technologies
  • Lyft
  • Microsoft
  • MyMeds
  • MyndVR
  • MyndYou
  • NurtureWatch
  • Nymbl Science
  • OMsignal
  • One Caring Team
  • OneLife Technologies
  • Orbita
  • Oticon
  • Oxehealth
  • Pager
  • Papa
  • PerceptiMed
  • Phil
  • Phonak
  • Pillo Health
  • PillPack
  • Pillsy
  • Polar
  • Proteus Digital Health
  • Qardio
  • RapidSOS
  • Reemo Health
  • Remedy
  • Rendever
  • ReSound
  • RideWith24
  • Samsung
  • Seniorlink
  • Sensoria
  • Sentrics
  • SingFit
  • SMART Brain Aging
  • Soundmind
  • Starkey Hearing Technologies
  • Tactio Health Group
  • Talyst
  • TeiaCare
  • Teladoc
  • Togg
  • Triple W
  • Uber
  • UnaliWear
  • Vital Decisions
  • Vynca
  • Walabot
  • WalkWise
  • WatchRx
  • Whisper
  • Withings
  • Xenoma
  • Xiaomi
  • XRHealth
  • Total number of companies mentioned in the report: 110


The senior care market is poised for major disruption by digital health technologies, with companies developing both software and hardware solutions for people aging at home as well as those staying at retirement communities.

However, while technologies have been developed, we are still "not there." Most solutions tend to be complicated and many were just rebranded "regular" products for the seniors. Interfaces need to change so that more people could use them.

Nonetheless, the momentum is building and in this report we'll take a look at what the major companies and startups alike are doing to make people's golden years as enjoyable as possible.

On the other hand, these same technologies provide family members and care providers with an easier way to keep up with their relatives/patients. This report will explore the challenges, goals, technologies and trends in the tech-enabled senior care.

Finally, by going through and analyzing various senior care products and services, we touch upon technologies that have wider use cases, beyond care for the elderly. In that sense, this research brief provides and overview of a bigger market while highlighting those solutions that can have the biggest effects on senior care.

Blockchain in Healthcare

Decentralized Computing Changing the Industry

Blockchain in HealthcareThis report provides a comprehensive outlook and analysis of blockchain technologies used to improve the healthcare industry. It explores different scenarios, solutions and new approaches that could have a big impact in healthcare.

The report highlights:
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  • About this research brief
  • Introduction
  • Blockchain Basics
  • What is Blockchain?
  • How Blockchain Works?
  • Public & Private Blockchains
  • Side Chains, Child Chains, On-Chain and Off-Chain Data
  • Business Use Cases for Blockchain
  • Blockchain Glossary
  • Challenges
  • Blockchain and GDPR
  • Blockchain & Healthcare
  • Supply Chain
  • Health Records and Interoperability
  • Patient Matching
  • Patient Engagement
  • Care Coordination
  • Genomics
  • Insurance Claims Processing
  • Medical Billing
  • Clinical Trials
  • Fighting the Opioid Epidemic
  • Security
  • Research & Development
  • And more...
  • Projects & Initiatives
  • IBM Working With the FDA, CDC to Study the Use of Blockchain to Improve Public Health
  • Healthcare Giants Testing a Blockchain-Based System to Tackle Care Provider Data Issues
  • Mount Sinai Has a Center for Biomedical Blockchain Research
  • Nokia Testing Blockchain For Sharing Personal Health Data Via Wearable Smartwatch
  • BlackBerry Working with ONEBIO to Create a Blockchain-Based Ecosystem for Medical Data
  • MediBloc, Massachusetts General Hospital Collaborate on Blockchain- and AI-based Initiatives
  • UNODC, Team-up to Launch Blockchain-Based Telemedicine and Telepsychology in East Africa
  • Aetna, Anthem, HCSC, PNC Bank and IBM to Establish a Blockchain-Based Ecosystem for the Healthcare Industry
  • MetLife Testing New Blockchain Health Insurance Product That Eliminates Claims
  • Bitfury, Longenesis and MDW To Create a Next-Gen Platform for Medical Imaging and Diagnostics Data
  • ConnectedLife, Ocean Protocol Team-Up to Combat Parkinson’s Disease
  • Healthcare Payments Network InstaMed Looking to Leverage Blockchain for Providers, Payers and Consumers
  • Armenia Partners with WHISE-Embleema to Modernize Digital Healthcare Through Blockchain
  • UAE Health Ministry Launches Blockchain-based Platform for Medical Data
  • Insurance Service Providers in China Rely on Blockchain to Fast Track Claims Payout Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
  • Solve.Care Launched the Blockchain-powered Global Telehealth Exchange
  • Conclusion
  • List of Companies
  • Akiri
  • AmChart
  • Avaneer Health
  • Bitmark
  • BlocHealth
  • Block Verify
  • BlockMedX
  • BlockPharma
  • BowHead Health
  • Bowhead Health
  • BreastWeCan!
  • BurstIQ
  • CareChain
  • CareParrot
  • Change Healthcare
  • Chronicled
  • Clinical Blockchain
  • CoinMD
  • Coral Health
  • CoverUS
  • Curisium
  • Dentacoin
  • dHealth Foundation
  • Digipharm
  • DNAtix
  • Embleema
  • EncrypGen
  • Enigma
  • Factom
  • Guardtime
  • GYM Rewards
  • Hashed Health
  • Hayver
  • Health Linkages
  • Health Wizz
  • HealthCombix
  • HealthDex
  • Healthereum
  • HealthVerity
  • Hilbi
  • HSBlox
  • HWarp
  • Hypertrust X-Chain
  • IncentHealth
  • Kalibrate Blockchain
  • Longenesis
  • Lumedic
  • LunaDNA
  • Medable Insight
  • Medicalchain
  • MedicCoin
  • MediConnect
  • MedRec
  • MintHealth
  • Modum
  • Mosio
  • MyndVR
  • Nebula Genomics
  • Netki
  • NeuroMesh
  • Ocean Protocol
  • Open Health Network
  • Opu Labs
  • Patientory
  • Peer Ledger
  • PointNurse
  • PokitDok
  • ProCredEx
  • Proof Work
  • ScalaMed
  • SimplyVital Health
  • Skychain
  • Snark Health
  • Sober Network
  • Solve.Care
  • Spiritus
  • Sweatcoin
  • The LinkLab
  • Tierion
  • TimiCoin
  • UHX
  • VitalHub
  • WELL
  • Witty Health
  • YouBase
  • Zenome
  • Total number of companies mentioned in the report: 90


Blockchain is one of those buzz words you can hardly miss in the media these days. Yes, it was propelled to the public imagination with the rise of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, but the technology can have many other uses cases beyond moving money from one side of the planet to the other.

In fact, it is now in minds of many tech giants and even governments which can clearly see blockchain's power to transform how businesses operate by decentralizing business models, creating more efficient processes, and providing a more secure and reliable way to exchange data.

The healthcare industry is one of the sectors where blockchain can really prove its worth. For one thing, it can reduce the liability and accuracy concerns related to the exchange of medical data, while providing cryptographic security to protect patient identity "out of the box." Eventually, every patient will have its own "data wallet" to store and manage his/her medical records, and provide third parties with access to that data when needed.

Beyond health records, the technology could also be used to automate many administrative tasks in healthcare, thus removing human errors in areas such as payment processing and claim adjudication, which in turn could lead to improved accuracy and reduced costs.

Another use case for blockchain is in supply chain management, where a decentralized network could help medical suppliers and pharmaceutical companies better track how their products are moving from the production facilities around the world to a local pharmacy and to the patient.

And that's just a start... In this research brief, we'll take a look at some of the use cases for blockchain in the healthcare space. As the possibilities of and interest in the technology grow, more companies will be jumping on the bandwagon, creating even better solutions some of which we may not be able to imagine today. And that, we think, is what the idea of progress is all about.

XR in Healthcare

Immersive Therapy, Education and More

Blockchain in HealthcareVirtual, augmented and mixed reality have just recently started entering the healthcare space, and they are already showing promising results. The technology (or technologies) will be applied to multiple areas, enabling more immersive experiences for both patients and doctors (think: surgical education). It is being used as a (distraction) tool in pain management, recovery, dealing with stress, and more.

With more than 200 pages and over 100 companies mentioned, this report covers it all.

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  • About this research brief
  • Introduction
  • XR Basics
  • Defining VR, AR, MR and XR
  • Three types of VR headsets
  • Different types of AR devices
  • Haptic technology
  • Platforms
  • Mobile AR SDKs and APIs
  • Gaming Engines
  • Google Cardboard & Daydream
  • Windows Mixed Reality
  • Oculus platform
  • HTC VIVE Wave
  • OpenXR
  • Device Makers
  • Oculus
  • HTC
  • Valve
  • Google
  • Microsoft
  • Qualcomm
  • Vuzix
  • Samsung
  • Varjo
  • RealWear
  • Magic Leap
  • Pico Interactive
  • ThirdEye
  • Other devices
  • Major Solution Providers
  • XRHealth
  • Oxford VR
  • AppliedVR
  • Osso VR
  • The Body VR
  • FundamentalVR
  • Patient Education
  • Explaining the impact of genes on various aspects of life with VR
  • Salix Pharmaceuticals developed a 360-degree VR experience to evolve medical understanding about IBS
  • Australia’s St John Ambulance develops VR-enabled first aid training app
  • Hull Women and Children’s Hospital Launches a VR Project to Improve Understanding of Childbirth Experiences for Parents-To-Be
  • George Washington University uses VR to take you inside a coronavirus-damaged lungs
  • Rice U. Bioengineering Students Develop an AR App To Aid Patients with Parkinson’s
  • Select companies
  • Surgical Training
  • JJI Introduced VR Training for Orthopedic Surgeons and Nurses
  • GIBLIB, Cedars-Sinai launch CME-accredited VR course for GI surgeons
  • FundamentalVR, HaptX partner to improve virtual simulation for surgeon trainees
  • Mixed Reality Simulator brings innovation to laparoscopic skills training
  • AR system lets doctors see patients’ internal anatomy displayed right on the body
  • HoloAnatomy allows students to explore the wonders of human anatomy with MR
  • NuVasive’s RELINE Trauma portfolio comes with a VR training solution
  • Select companies
  • Surgeries
  • Alder Hey Children’s Hospital to take holograms into the operating theatre
  • UTHealth/Memorial Hermann conducted the first AR-assisted sinus surgery in the US
  • Philips and Microsoft demonstrated a HoloLens-based concept for image-guided minimally invasive therapies
  • Surgeons from the Imperial College London used HoloLens to “See Inside” Patients Before Operating on Them
  • Memorial Hermann and UTHealth Conduct First AR-Based Sinus Surgery in U.S.
  • Select companies
  • Mental Health
  • Stress relief with VR
  • The Dolphin Swim Club uses VR to help people destress and relax
  • StoryUp Studios’ Healium uses AR, VR and wearables to reduce anxiety
  • Healing HealthCare Systems brings VR relaxation content to 1,000+ hospitals in the U.S.
  • Facing your fears with VR
  • Select companies
  • Pain Management
  • Sensors and AR let researchers see patients’ pain in real-time
  • French emergency room testing VR for pain relief
  • Travelers, Cedars-Sinai, Samsung, Bayer and appliedVR testing VR in treatment of acute orthopedic injuries
  • Using VR hypnosis to manage pain and stress
  • Select companies
  • Pediatrics
  • Extended reality and pediatric care use cases
  • Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford pioneers use of VR for patient care, education and experience
  • Denmark’s Rigshospitalet Testing a VR game for children who are afraid of needles
  • Boston Children’s Hospital testing a VR tool for pediatric patients
  • MySpira is the AR asthma training app for children
  • Stroke Recovery
  • Kessler Foundation partners with Virtualware Group to develop innovative stroke treatment
  • Magic Moovr is made to help recovering stroke patients
  • Qualcomm teaming-up with VR companies to improve stroke education
  • Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation
  • Hanger launched a VR-enabled 360-degree video to evolve patient experience in the prosthetics industry
  • Accenture builds VR game with SAP Leonardo to provide more therapy options for people with amputations
  • Select companies
  • Senior Care
  • VR in senior care
  • PeerWell launches an AR-based trip and fall hazard detector mobile app
  • MyndVR, Pico Interactive and Littlstar Donating VR to seniors to combat social isolation
  • Other training
  • Training midwives
  • Helping healthcare workers in war zones, natural disasters and rural areas
  • Helping medical technicians learn to clean endoscopes
  • Training pharma sales reps
  • Other Use Cases
  • Telehealth
  • Fitness & Sports
  • Concussion assessment
  • Visual aid
  • Smoking cessation
  • Treating people with neurological disorders
  • Lazy eye therapy
  • Helping dementia research
  • Making MRI scans more comfortable
  • Fighting COVID-19
  • Driving organ donation awareness
  • More companies
  • Conclusion
  • List of Companies
  • 1Minuut Innovation
  • Activ Surgical
  • aimentia
  • Aira
  • Altoida
  • Amelia Virtual Care
  • AppAttic
  • AppliedVR
  • BeBop Sensors
  • BehaVR
  • Beyeonics Surgical
  • BioflightVR
  • BioLucid
  • BitGym
  • Black Box VR
  • Blue Goji
  • Cleanbox Technology
  • CognifiSense
  • CogniHab
  • Cognitive Leap
  • Crescent Med
  • Cybershoes
  • EchoPixel
  • Embodied Labs
  • Envision
  • eSight
  • Esqapes Immersive Relaxation
  • Eyedaptic
  • Firsthand Technology
  • Fisher Wallace Laboratories
  • FitTrip
  • FitXR
  • Foretell Reality
  • FORM
  • ForwardXP
  • FundamentalVR
  • GiveVision
  • Google
  • Happinss
  • HaptX
  • Headspace Health
  • Health Scholars
  • Heru
  • Holodia
  • HypnoVR
  • IKONA Health
  • Immersal
  • Immersive Health Group
  • ImmersiveTouch
  • Index AR Solutions
  • Jolly Good
  • Karuna Labs
  • KineQuantum
  • Level Ex
  • Limbix
  • Luminopia
  • Luxsonic Technologies
  • Lynx
  • Lyra Health
  • Magic Leap
  • MedApp
  • Medical Augmented Intelligence
  • Medical Realities
  • MediView
  • MediView XR
  • Medivis
  • Microsoft
  • MindCotine
  • MindMaze
  • MyndVR
  • Nanome
  • NuVasive
  • Oculus
  • Oncomfort
  • One Caring Team
  • Osgenic
  • Osso VR
  • Oxford Medical Simulation
  • Oxford VR
  • Papa
  • Patient Connect
  • Pear Therapeutics
  • PeerWell
  • Peloton
  • Pico Interactive
  • Pixee Medical
  • Precision OS
  • Proprio Vision
  • Proximie
  • Qualcomm
  • RealWear
  • Reducept
  • Rendever
  • Rewellio
  • Saccade Analytics
  • Saebo
  • Samsung
  • SentiAR
  • SimforHealth
  • SpellBound
  • Spring Health
  • StoryUp Studios
  • SyncThink
  • Talkspace
  • Telesoftas
  • Teslasuit
  • The Body VR
  • Therify
  • ThirdEye
  • Tobii
  • Ultraleap
  • Varjo
  • Vicarious Surgical
  • VirtaMed
  • Virti
  • Virtual Human Interaction Lab
  • Virtualware
  • VirZOOM
  • Viscira
  • Visual
  • Vital Start Health
  • Vivid Vision
  • Vuzix
  • XRHealth
  • Zwift
  • ΑΓΩ Simulations
  • Total number of companies mentioned in the report: 133


Extended reality (XR) is one of the key technologies shaping up the future of healthcare. The utilization of XR in the industry is already showing signs that it can diminish costs, increase access, and improve outcomes for individuals around the globe.

The intermingling of academic research patterns, moves by major corporations as well as several startups, and mainstream acknowledgment of the innovations exhibit that a future where healthcare is formed by XR is inescapable. However, regardless of whether your company will profit by these progressions is far from being unavoidable.

Most notably, XR will drive a realignment of the current convictions about where healthcare happens, who gives the care, and who profits from it. As healthcare reaches out of the hospital and the doctor's office and into individuals' homes, the outskirts of businesses will be broken down as entertainment, wellness, med-tech, social media, and hardware organizations all vying for a piece of the healthcare pie.

On the other hand, XR will also serve as an important learning tool, replacing plastic bodies and other equipment students use to learn human anatomy and even how to perform certain surgeries.

Patients too will get to benefit from the technology, with — for instance — doctors, pharma and other companies providing them with immersive content about their conditions.

Furthermore, other use cases in the healthcare space have also popped up in recent years, and we are just getting started.

In this report, we'll explore how XR technologies are reshaping — or at very least improving — the healthcare industry as we know it. Let us start with basics, shall we?

...and more reports are in works (and will be included as part of your Premium Membership).

Some of the subjects we will be covering in future reports include medication management and adherence, patient engagement, mental health, sleep tech, genomics, gamificaton, disease-specific topics, fitness & wellness, and more.

All It Takes Is a Single Idea...

You can hardly remove yourself from the digital health revolution. Whether you're a health professional, software developer, advocate or a government employee — this emerging trend is hard to miss. Heck, at some point, all of us will experience (and benefit from) digitized healthcare as patients.

Our reports will help you get to know the market. You'll learn about specific segments of the digital health market, new and emerging technologies, who the main players are, and more.


All it takes is a single idea to help you:

  • Find a new partner
  • Get a new client
  • Start a new project or company
  • Get a new (better) job

That single idea alone will easily justify your purchase of our report(s).

There is really nothing to lose and so much to gain. Or so we think. And again, we invite you try us out.

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DHbriefs reports are made for today's busy people, including:

You probably already know Big Pharma is investing millions in digital health technologies. After all, it is easier and more affordable to launch a digital therapeutic than develop a brand new drug with all the lab work and trials, let alone regulatory requirements, that come included with a brand new drug launch.

Digital health apps and services provide insurance companies and other payors with tools they could offer to their customers so they could lead healthier lives. As a result, payors get to save money and offer better, more personalized services — i.e. the more you walk every day, the lower premium you end up paying. Ultimately, such incentives also lead to better outcomes.

Software developers
With the growth of digital health, we saw many non-traditional players entering the space — software developers being one of them. They see there's money to be made by helping doctors and hospitals digitize their businesses while providing patients with that much better services. In that sense, our reports help software developers find their niches in the market and even potential partners.

Job seekers
Digital health is the industry every job seeker should try to break into. It is growing fast, offering huge opportunities for everyone looking for a great career (and a fat paycheck, we might add). The best part is that you don't have to be a software developer — there are job openings across the board, including in marketing, sales, social media, PR, admin, and more. And YES, our reports will give you an unfair advantage on the market.

And that's not all...


We are also confident that our reports will help other parties, including (but not limited to):

  • Investors in the (digital) healthcare or those looking to enter the space
  • Contract Research Organizations (CROs)
  • Healthcare business analysts
  • Savvy physicians looking to familiarize themselves with modern technologies
  • Government-employed healthcare professionals
  • The NGO sector involved in the healthcare space

As well as for everyone else looking to advance his/her career by being ahead of the curve.

But don't take our word for it. Here's what some of our clients have said about reports:

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"As a mid-level manager in a relatively small pharmaceutical company, I'm trying to read as much information as I can - so I could advance in my career and even change jobs. Yes, I get a ton of material from our corporate Intranet but all of it is organized in some strange way. I prefer going through your reports on my iPad - they provide me with structured information and I'm honestly now better prepared for what lies ahead. Thanks!"
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The main idea behind our reports is to save time and consequently money. We did the research, spent hours and hours consolidating all the different information, and summed it all up for you. We are sure you have more important things to do - why bother with research when you can have everything delivered to your iPad, computer, or whichever device you happen to use.

While we're sure you have your own sources — and let's face it — some of which may be even better than ours (i.e. if you're an investor), we are sure you will appreciate our work as well. We took an extra effort to analyze and synthesize all the data, so you get only the good stuff.

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What Is NOT Included...

We gave you the general idea what to expect from our reports; let us briefly talk about what's not included:

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We've tried our best to minimize those though we're sure there is always room for improvements.

There are other reports offering forecast, we're not about that. Rather we aim to provide you with a comprehensive overview of the market (sub)segment.

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We don't imagine reading our report(s) we'll help you grow your business tenfold or even solve any particular problem. You will get new ideas, learn about the market, technologies, key players, and more.

And if you don't like what you're getting - you can always ask for a refund (though we'll doubt this will be the case). 😉

Our Promise

We strive for excellence, and are looking to have happy customers. In that sense, our promise includes:

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While our research briefs are limited in scope, we aim to update it whenever we catch new, relevant information. As part of the deal, you get an updated report every time we add new content. And yes, we'll let you know when that happens.

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