Dementia, Alzheimer’s, and other neurocognitive conditions are outpacing the US healthcare system, meaning the bulk of care for Older Adults often falls to unpaid relatives. Healthtech start-up Rippl is shaking up the system by providing accessible, round-the-clock care for seniors.
Americans are largely optimistic about digital health services, but there are concerns about what data collection might mean for insurance. After tracking these behaviors in our Health and Fitness Sector Snapshot, Canvas8 spoke to seven Americans about how healthtech can add value to their lives.
Digital health services are more popular than ever. After nearly two years of dealing with pandemic-induced isolation, job insecurity, and physical health risks, more Americans than ever have been using telehealth services to seek help for mood disorders including depression and anxiety.
Google has announced a new Search feature that helps people to find medical care providers in their area and book appointments with ease. As Americans look for ways to navigate the often complex healthcare system, how can technology improve access and expedite quality treatment?
While COVID-19 caused the overall rate of mental illness in the US to skyrocket, systemic factors mean that racial minorities have been especially hard-hit. So, how can healthcare providers and brands address the impact of racism on mental health in their marketing and outreach efforts?