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Health Self-Monitoring: Technologies and Global Markets

  • June 2015
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This BCC Research report focuses on technologies that enable the individual to monitor his or her own health. Market projections are given through 2019.

Use this report to:
- Learn more about self-tracking usability by target groups such as seniors.
- Analyze mobile digital technologies that generate health-related data primarily for the user’s personal consumption.
- Receive information about relevant patents through analysis.
- Gather knowledge about major companies taking part in self-monitoring healthcare.

Highlights
- The global market for selected health self-monitoring technologies reached $1.1 billion and nearly $3.2 billion in 2013 and 2014, respectively. This market is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 42.9% to reach $18.8 billion in 2019.
- Peripherals as a segment is projected to grow from $3.0 billion in 2014 to $18.4 billion in 2019 at a CAGR of 43.4% for the period 2014-2019.
- Software applications as a segment is expected to grow from $120 million in 2014 to $385 million by 2019, increasing at a CAGR of 26.3% for the period 2014-2019.

Introduction & Scope

INTRODUCTION

STUDY BACKGROUND
Self-monitoring is a new trend in personal health where individuals use electronic devices and software technologies to collect, process and display a wide range of
personal data to help them monitor and manage their personal health. The current, early generation of self-monitoring tools enables the user to monitor and record details
of his or her everyday activity, from counting steps or miles walked, and floors climbed, to monitoring calorie consumption, as well daily patterns and hours of sleep. Future
developments will expand the range of physiological variables that can be self-monitored and enhance the usefulness of the data thus collected.

The growing use of self-tracking, facilitated by recent advances in technology, heralds “the biggest shake-up in the history of medicine,” according to Eric Topol, a prominent
physician who has studied the uses of wireless technology to treat chronic disease. The market environment for healthcare information systems has shifted dramatically in
recent years. After years of incremental steps toward a national healthcare information technology (IT) infrastructure, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA),
the economic stimulus bill approved by Congress and signed into law in February 2009, provides more than $19 billion for healthcare IT spending, including more than $17
billion to promote the wider adoption of electronic health records (EHRs). The Obama administration has made it clear that this $17 billion is only a down payment on the
total cost of a national EHR system, which is generally estimated at $100 billion or more.

Modernization of the nation’s healthcare IT infrastructure is a cornerstone of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), the legislation that established a
national healthcare system that was enacted into law in 2010. The PPACA does not include any specific measures to encourage the adoption of EHRs beyond those
already contained in the ARRA, but EHRs are one of several clinical healthcare IT technologies that have the potential to increase the availability and quality of
healthcare while contributing to lower costs.

In addition to the potential benefits in terms of the quality and cost of U.S. healthcare, this is obviously a significant opportunity for suppliers of healthcare IT and related
technologies. U.S. healthcare providers presently spend approximately $40 billion per year on all types of IT technologies.

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
The goal of the report is to examine market opportunities for health self-monitoring products and technologies that are now on the market or that are likely to enter the
market over the rest of the decade. Specific objectives of the report include analyzing the following:
- Identify and describe existing health self-monitoring technologies, as well as technologies that are under development.
- Estimate the 2014 market for these technologies.
- Analyze the major drivers and constraints that will influence the future development of the self-monitoring market.
- Project the market for major health self-monitoring technology platforms, devices and software.
- Describe and evaluate different vendors’ business models.
- Assess the potential impact of self-monitoring on the way medicine is practiced.

INTENDED AUDIENCE
The report has been written explicitly for those with an interest in health self-monitoring, including the following:
- Manufacturers and distributors.
- Healthcare professionals.
- Regulators and health insurers.
- Investors.
- The financial and analyst community.
The report is tailored especially for readers with an interest in the marketing, financial and management dimensions of the health self-monitoring industry. However, readers
with a more general interest in the ways in which technology enables individuals to track their exercise, diet, weight and other aspects of their personal health may find it
interesting and useful as well.

SCOPE AND FORMAT
BCC Research has published studies of several related topics, including wearable computing (IFT071A), telemedicine (HLC014E), patient monitoring (HLC038D), smart
textiles (AVM050B) and healthcare IT (HLC048D). The present study complements, rather than duplicates, these studies. For example, the wearable computing study (IFT071A) discusses the likelihood that “activity monitoring applications” for sports and fitness will expand to other health and wellness markets but does not discuss these health and wellness application in much detail. IFT071A also discusses “wearable healthcare devices and safety monitors,” but the latter are intended more for third-party (e.g., caregiver) monitoring rather than self-monitoring. The same is true of the patient monitoring technologies analyzed in HLC038D, HLC014E and AVM050B.

The present report focuses specifically on technologies that enable the individual to monitor his or her own health. Third-party monitoring technologies thus are specifically
excluded, except to the extent that the individual being monitored has direct access to the data, in a form useful for self-monitoring. Apps that extract data from an individual’s EHR and format and display those data on the individual’s self-monitoring device are covered in the report, but not EHRs per se. The latter are covered in BCC
Research report HLC048D.

Additional, unique topics covered in this report include:
- Self-tracking’s usability by target groups such as seniors.
- Vendor business models (e.g., many self-tracking apps are free. How are vendors going to make money in this market?).
- Structural impacts on the healthcare industry.

The study format includes these major elements:
- Executive summary.
- Overview (definitions, enabling technologies, market segmentation).
- Market environment (demographic, economic, epidemiological, legal/ regulator, healthcare industry).
- Major health self-monitoring platforms.
- Health self-monitoring hubs.
- Peripherals.
- Software.
- Company profiles.
- Patent analysis.

METHODOLOGY
Both primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing this study. The findings and conclusions of this report are based on information gathered from
developers, providers, integrators and users of self-monitoring technologies. Interview data were combined with information gathered through an extensive review of
secondary sources (e.g., trade publications, trade associations, company literature, online databases) to produce the baseline market estimates contained in this report.
The base year for analysis and projection is 2013. The market projections for 2014–2019 are based on a consensus among the primary contacts combined with BCC Research’s understanding of the key market drivers and their impact from a historical and analytical perspective. The analytical methodologies used to generate the market estimates are described in detail below.

All dollar projections presented in this report are in 2013 constant dollars.

Table Of Contents

Health Self-Monitoring: Technologies and Global Markets
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 2
STUDY BACKGROUND 2
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 2
INTENDED AUDIENCE 3
SCOPE AND FORMAT 3
METHODOLOGY 4
ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS 4
RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS 5
BCC RESEARCH WEBSITE 5
DISCLAIMER 5
CHAPTER 2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 7
SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL MARKET FOR SELECTED HEALTH SELF-MONITORING
TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 7
SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL MARKET FOR SELECTED HEALTH SELF-MONITORING
TECHNOLOGIES, 2013-2019 ($ MILLIONS) 7
CHAPTER 3 OVERVIEW 10
DEFINITIONS 10
DIGITAL VS. ANALOG MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES 10
MOBILE VS. PORTABLE MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES 10
SELF-TESTING VS. SELF-MONITORING 10
HEALTH VS. SPORTS AND FITNESS MONITORING 10
ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES 11
SMARTPHONES 11
ENHANCED DATA PROCESSING CAPABILITIES 12
SENSORS 12
MEMS Sensors 12
PFOE Sensors 13
GEOSPATIAL TRACKING 13
SMART TEXTILES FOR WEARABLE SENSORS 13
NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES 14
Bluetooth 14
ANT+ 14
ZigBee 15
Near-Field Communications 15
Human Area Networks 15
Cellular Communications 16
Wi-Fi 16
CLOUD SERVICES 16
MARKET SEGMENTS 17
TECHNOLOGIES 17
Platforms 17
Hubs 17
FIGURE 1 SELF-MONITORING HUB (SCHEMATIC) 18
Peripherals 18
Software 19
APPLICATIONS 19
Fitness, Wellness and Prevention 19
Fertility and Reproductive Health 19
Chronic Disease Management 20
Postacute Care and Rehabilitation 21
Aging at Home 22
Mental Health 22
PURCHASERS/PAYERS 23
Consumers 23
Employers 24
Hospitals/Healthcare Providers 25
Insurers 25
Private Insurers 25
Medicare and Medicaid 27
MARKET SUMMARY 27
FIGURE 2 GLOBAL MARKET FOR HEALTH SELF-MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES,
2013-2019 ($ MILLIONS) 27
TABLE 1 GLOBAL MARKET FOR HEALTH SELF-MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES BY
TYPE OF TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 28
FIGURE 3 GLOBAL MARKET FOR HEALTH SELF-MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES BY
REGION, 2013-2019 ($ MILLIONS) 28
CHAPTER 4 MARKET ENVIRONMENT 31
USER DEMOGRAPHIC AND SOCIOECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS 31
TABLE 2 BREAKDOWN OF SOCIOECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF
HIGH-ACTIVATION INDIVIDUALS (%) 33
TABLE 3 BREAKDOWN OF HEALTH CHARACTERISTICS OF HIGH-ACTIVATION
INDIVIDUALS (%) 35
TABLE 4 BREAKDOWN OF SOCIOECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF INDIVIDUALS
SELF-MONITORING BLOOD PRESSURE (%) 36
EPIDEMIOLOGICAL 37
Inactivity 37
Obesity 38
Stress 39
Hypertension 40
Sleep Problems and Disorders 41
LEGAL/REGULATORY ISSUES 42
REGULATORY APPROVAL 42
Different Standards for Self-Monitoring Devices 42
Software Apps Require Regulatory Approval 43
PRIVACY 46
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act 46
State Privacy Laws 47
LIABILITY 47
CHAPTER 5 HEALTH SELF-MONITORING PLATFORMS 49
MAJOR PLATFORMS 49
APPLE HEALTH KIT 49
General Description 49
Design and Operation 50
Peripherals and Applications 53
Data Security and Privacy 54
Health Industry Partnerships 55
Electronic Health Record Providers 55
Care Providers 56
GOOGLE FIT 56
General Description 56
Design and Operation 57
The Fitness Store 57
The Sensor Framework 57
Data Sources 58
Data Types 58
Datapoints 58
Datasets 58
Sessions 58
Permissions and User Controls 58
Google Fit APIs 58
Android APIs 59
REST API 59
Data Security and Privacy 60
Health Industry Partnerships 60
MICROSOFT HEALTH 61
General Description 61
Design and Operation 62
Data Security and Privacy 62
SAMSUNG DIGITAL HEALTH INITIATIVE 64
General Description 64
Design and Operation 64
S Health 64
SAMI 65
Data Security and Privacy 66
Healthcare Partners 66
COMPETITIVE ASSESSMENT 66
FEATURES 66
Data Control and Security 66
Compatibility 67
Peripherals and Apps 67
Hubs 67
OPERATING SYSTEMS 68
TABLE 5 GLOBAL SMARTPHONE SHIPMENTS AND SHARES BY OPERATING SYSTEM,
2014 AND 2019 (MILLION UNITS/%) 68
FIGURE 4 GLOBAL SMARTPHONE MARKET SHARES BY OPERATING SYSTEM, 2014
AND 2019 (% OF TOTAL SHIPMENTS) 68
HEALTHCARE PARTNERS 70
THIRD-PARTY APPS AND PERIPHERALS 70
MARKET 71
SUMMARY 71
TABLE 6 MOBILE HEALTH SELF-MONITORING PLATFORM USER BASE, 2013-2019
(MILLIONS) 71
Current User Base 71
TABLE 7 NUMBER OF MOBILE DEVICES RUNNING HEALTH SELF-MONITORING
PLATFORMS, 2014 72
FIGURE 5 MARKET SHARE FOR MOBILE DEVICES RUNNING HEALTH
SELF-MONITORING PLATFORMS, 2014 (%) 72
Future Projections 74
CHAPTER 6 HEALTH SELF-MONITORING HUBS 77
TYPES OF HUBS 77
HUBS USED WITHOUT A PERIPHERAL 77
HUBS USED WITH A PERIPHERAL 77
FIGURE 6 SHARE OF HEALTH SELF-MONITORING PERIPHERALS THAT FUNCTION
WITH A HUB VS. STAND-ALONE DEVICES, 2014 (%) 77
TABLE 8 LIST OF DEVICES USED AS SELF-MONITORING HUBS 78
COMBINED HUB/PERIPHERAL DEVICES 79
MARKET 79
TABLE 9 NUMBER OF INDIVIDUALS WHO USE THEIR SMARTPHONES TO
SELF-MONITOR THEIR HEALTH BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 (MILLIONS) 80
FIGURE 7 NUMBER OF INDIVIDUALS WHO USE THEIR SMARTPHONES TO
SELF-MONITOR THEIR HEALTH BY REGION, 2013-2019 (MILLIONS) 80
CHAPTER 7 HEALTH SELF-MONITORING PERIPHERALS 83
TYPES OF PERIPHERALS 83
FUNCTIONS 83
FIGURE 8 NUMBER OF FITNESS AND HEALTH ONLY VS. MULTIPURPOSE
PERIPHERALS, 2014 (NUMBER OF UNITS) 84
FORM FACTORS 84
FIGURE 9 FORM FACTORS: SMARTWATCH VS. WRISTBAND 84
FIGURE 10 FORM FACTORS: ARM VS. WRIST CUFF BLOOD-PRESSURE MONITOR 85
FIGURE 11 FORM FACTORS: FINGERTIP BLOOD-OXYGEN MONITORS 86
FIGURE 12 FORM FACTORS: EAR CLIPS VS. EAR BUDS 86
FIGURE 13 FORM FACTOR: SENSOR SHIRT 87
FIGURE 14 NUMBER OF FITNESS AND HEALTH ONLY AND MULTIPURPOSE
PERIPHERALS BY FORM FACTOR CATEGORIES, 2014 (NUMBER OF UNITS) 87
COMPATIBLE MOBILE DEVICE OR COMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEMS 88
FIGURE 15 NUMBER OF PERIPHERALS BY TYPE OF DEVICE SUPPORTED, 2014
(UNITS) 88
COMPATIBLE SELF-MONITORING PLATFORMS 89
FIGURE 16 NUMBER OF PERIPHERALS BY COMPATIBLE SELF-MONITORING
PLATFORMS, 2014 (UNITS) 89
OPERATING SYSTEMS 90
FIGURE 17 NUMBER OF PERIPHERALS THAT ARE RUNNING OPERATING SYSTEMS,
2014 90
Android Wear 91
Tizen 91
Linux 92
Apple Watch OS 93
Android 93
Other Operating Systems 93
MediaTek LinkIt 93
Additional Operating Systems 94
SENSORS 94
FIGURE 18 NUMBER OF PERIPHERALS THAT CONTAIN EACH TYPE OF SENSOR,
2014 (UNITS) 95
Accelerometers 96
Types of Accelerometers 96
Capacitive Accelerometers 96
Piezoelectric Accelerometers 96
Piezoresistive Accelerometers 97
Axes of Measurement 97
Three-Axis (3D) Accelerometers 97
Six- and Nine-axis Accelerometers 97
Gyroscopes 97
Compasses (Magnetometers) 98
Altimeters 98
Heart-Rate Sensors 99
Optical Heart-Rate Sensors 100
Optomechanical Heart-Rate Sensor 101
Bio-Impedance Heart-Rate Sensors 101
Electrical Heart-Rate Sensors 102
Temperature Sensors 102
Skin Temperature 102
Ambient Temperature 102
Heat-Flux Sensor 102
Blood-Pressure Sensors 102
Blood-Oxygen Sensors 103
Light Sensors 103
Ambient-Light Sensors 104
Ultraviolet-Light Sensors 104
Blue-Light Sensors 104
Galvanic Skin Response 104
Weight Sensors 104
Load Cell 104
Bioelectrical Impedance Sensor 105
PHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS MEASURED 105
FIGURE 19 NUMBER OF PERIPHERALS THAT MONITOR PHYSIOLOGICAL
PARAMETERS, 2014 (UNITS) 105
CURRENT RESEARCH AND EXPECTED FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS 106
SKIN-MOUNTED SENSORS 106
SMART CONTACT LENSES 107
TOOTH SENSOR 107
E-BUTTON 108
WEIGHT-TRACKING INSOLES 108
SENSORS FOR MENTAL HEALTH STATUS 109
VENDORS 109
FIGURE 20 MARKET SHARE OF MAJOR PERIPHERAL VENDORS, 2013 (%) 109
MARKET 110
FIGURE 21 HISTORICAL GLOBAL MARKET FOR HEALTH AND FITNESS
SELF-MONITORING PERIPHERALS, 2013 (MILLION UNITS/$ MILLIONS) 110
TABLE 10 GLOBAL MARKET FOR HEALTH AND FITNESS SELF-MONITORING
PERIPHERALS, THROUGH 2019 (MILLION UNITS/$ MILLIONS) 113
CHAPTER 8 HEALTH SELF-MONITORING SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS 115
TYPES OF SOFTWARE APPLICATION 115
CONSUMER VS. HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL APPS 115
FIGURE 22 BREAKDOWN OF CONSUMER SELF-MONITORING VS. PROFESSION
HEALTHCARE APPS, 2014 (%) 115
PARAMETERS MONITORED 116
FIGURE 23 BREAKDOWN OF IOS-COMPATIBLE CONSUMER HEALTH APPS BY
PARAMETER MONITORED, 2014 (NUMBER/%) 116
FUNCTIONALITY 117
FIGURE 24 NUMBER OF CONSUMER HEALTH APPS BY FUNCTIONALITY, 2014
(NUMBER OF FUNCTIONS) 117
PAID VS. FREE APPS 118
FIGURE 25 BREAKDOWN OF FREE VS. FEE-BASED MOBILE HEALTH APPS, 2014
(NUMBER/%) 118
OPERATING PLATFORMS 119
VENDORS 119
MARKET 120
TABLE 11 GLOBAL MARKET FOR SELF-MONITORING SOFTWARE APPS, THROUGH
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 120
CHAPTER 9 COMPANY PROFILES 123
ACER INC. 123
APPLE INC. 123
ARCHOS S.A. 126
ASUSTEK COMPUTER INC. 126
BASIS SCIENCE INC. 126
BEURER GMBH 127
BODYMEDIA INC. 127
CERNER CORP. 127
CITYZEN SCIENCES 128
EPIC SYSTEMS CORP. 128
EXMOVERE HOLDINGS 129
FACEBOOK INC. 130
FITBUG LTD. 130
FITBIT INC. 130
FITLINXX 132
GARMIN LTD. 132
GOOGLE INC. 132
HEARTMATH LLC 135
HEXOSKIN 135
HTC CORP. 135
HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD. 136
IHEALTH LAB INC. 136
IMPACT SPORTS TECHNOLOGIES 136
JARV 136
JAWBONE 137
LG ELECTRONICS INC. 137
LUMO BODYTECH INC. 138
MAYO CLINIC CO. 138
MEDIATEK INC. 139
MICROSOFT CORP. 140
MIO GLOBAL 141
MISFIT WEARABLES CORP. 141
MOTOROLA MOBILITY LLC 142
MYFITNESSPAL LLC 142
NEUROSKY INC. 142
NEW BALANCE ATHLETIC SHOE INC. 143
NIKE, INC. 143
NONIN MEDICAL INC. 143
NYX DEVICES LLC 143
OMSIGNAL INC. 144
OVULINE 144
PEBBLE TECHNOLOGY CORP, 144
POLAR ELECTRO OY 145
RALPH LAUREN CORP. 146
RAZER USA LTD 146
RUNTASTIC GMBH 146
SALUTRON INC. 146
SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. LTD. 147
SEIKO EPSON CORP, 148
SERAPHIM SENSE LTD. 148
SKECHERS USA INC. 149
SOLEUS RUNNING 149
SONY CORP. 149
SPORTLINE 149
STRIIV INC. 150
STBL MEDICAL RESEARCH AG 150
TANITA CORP. 150
TEMPDROP LTD. 151
VALENCELL INC. 151
VANCIVE MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES 152
WELLOGRAPH INC. 152
WITHINGS 152
CHAPTER 10 PATENTS 154
TABLE 12 SELECTED US PATENTS RELATED TO HEALTH SELF-MONITORING 154
WRIST-WORN ELECTRONIC DEVICE FOR FITNESS MONITORING AND OTHER
APPLICATIONS 156
APPLICATION PROGRAM INTERFACE FOR REQUESTING, STORING, AND
OTHERWISE ACCESSING DATA WITHIN A HEALTH INTEGRATION NETWORK 157
WRIST-MOUNTED PULSE RATE INDICATOR 158
CHAPTER 11 APPENDIX SELF-MONITORING PERIPHERALS 160
TABLE 13 HEALTH SELF-MONITORING PERIPHERALS 160

LIST OF TABLES
SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL MARKET FOR SELECTED HEALTH SELF-MONITORING
TECHNOLOGIES, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 7
TABLE 1 GLOBAL MARKET FOR HEALTH SELF-MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES BY TYPE
OF TECHNOLOGY, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 28
TABLE 2 BREAKDOWN OF SOCIOECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF HIGH-ACTIVATION
INDIVIDUALS (%) 33
TABLE 3 BREAKDOWN OF HEALTH CHARACTERISTICS OF HIGH-ACTIVATION
INDIVIDUALS (%) 35
TABLE 4 BREAKDOWN OF SOCIOECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF INDIVIDUALS
SELF-MONITORING BLOOD PRESSURE (%) 36
TABLE 5 GLOBAL SMARTPHONE SHIPMENTS AND SHARES BY OPERATING SYSTEM,
2014 AND 2019 (MILLION UNITS/%) 68
TABLE 6 MOBILE HEALTH SELF-MONITORING PLATFORM USER BASE, 2013-2019
(MILLIONS) 71
TABLE 7 NUMBER OF MOBILE DEVICES RUNNING HEALTH SELF-MONITORING
PLATFORMS, 2014 72
TABLE 8 LIST OF DEVICES USED AS SELF-MONITORING HUBS 78
TABLE 9 NUMBER OF INDIVIDUALS WHO USE THEIR SMARTPHONES TO
SELF-MONITOR THEIR HEALTH BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 (MILLIONS) 80
TABLE 10 GLOBAL MARKET FOR HEALTH AND FITNESS SELF-MONITORING
PERIPHERALS, THROUGH 2019 (MILLION UNITS/$ MILLIONS) 113
TABLE 11 GLOBAL MARKET FOR SELF-MONITORING SOFTWARE APPS, THROUGH
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 120
TABLE 12 SELECTED US PATENTS RELATED TO HEALTH SELF-MONITORING 154
TABLE 13 HEALTH SELF-MONITORING PERIPHERALS 160

LIST OF FIGURES
SUMMARY FIGURE GLOBAL MARKET FOR SELECTED HEALTH SELF-MONITORING
TECHNOLOGIES, 2013-2019 ($ MILLIONS) 7
FIGURE 1 SELF-MONITORING HUB (SCHEMATIC) 18
FIGURE 2 GLOBAL MARKET FOR HEALTH SELF-MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES,
2013-2019 ($ MILLIONS) 27
FIGURE 3 GLOBAL MARKET FOR HEALTH SELF-MONITORING TECHNOLOGIES BY
REGION, 2013-2019 ($ MILLIONS) 28
FIGURE 4 GLOBAL SMARTPHONE MARKET SHARES BY OPERATING SYSTEM, 2014
AND 2019 (% OF TOTAL SHIPMENTS) 68
FIGURE 5 MARKET SHARE FOR MOBILE DEVICES RUNNING HEALTH
SELF-MONITORING PLATFORMS, 2014 (%) 72
FIGURE 6 SHARE OF HEALTH SELF-MONITORING PERIPHERALS THAT FUNCTION
WITH A HUB VS. STAND-ALONE DEVICES, 2014 (%) 77
FIGURE 7 NUMBER OF INDIVIDUALS WHO USE THEIR SMARTPHONES TO
SELF-MONITOR THEIR HEALTH BY REGION, 2013-2019 (MILLIONS) 80
FIGURE 8 NUMBER OF FITNESS AND HEALTH ONLY VS. MULTIPURPOSE PERIPHERALS,
2014 (NUMBER OF UNITS) 84
FIGURE 9 FORM FACTORS: SMARTWATCH VS. WRISTBAND 84
FIGURE 10 FORM FACTORS: ARM VS. WRIST CUFF BLOOD-PRESSURE MONITOR 85
FIGURE 11 FORM FACTORS: FINGERTIP BLOOD-OXYGEN MONITORS 86
FIGURE 12 FORM FACTORS: EAR CLIPS VS. EAR BUDS 86
FIGURE 13 FORM FACTOR: SENSOR SHIRT 87
FIGURE 14 NUMBER OF FITNESS AND HEALTH ONLY AND MULTIPURPOSE
PERIPHERALS BY FORM FACTOR CATEGORIES, 2014 (NUMBER OF UNITS) 87
FIGURE 15 NUMBER OF PERIPHERALS BY TYPE OF DEVICE SUPPORTED, 2014 (UNITS) 88
FIGURE 16 NUMBER OF PERIPHERALS BY COMPATIBLE SELF-MONITORING
PLATFORMS, 2014 (UNITS) 89
FIGURE 17 NUMBER OF PERIPHERALS THAT ARE RUNNING OPERATING SYSTEMS,
2014 90
FIGURE 18 NUMBER OF PERIPHERALS THAT CONTAIN EACH TYPE OF SENSOR, 2014
(UNITS) 95
FIGURE 19 NUMBER OF PERIPHERALS THAT MONITOR PHYSIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS,
2014 (UNITS) 105
FIGURE 20 MARKET SHARE OF MAJOR PERIPHERAL VENDORS, 2013 (%) 109
FIGURE 21 HISTORICAL GLOBAL MARKET FOR HEALTH AND FITNESS
SELF-MONITORING PERIPHERALS, 2013 (MILLION UNITS/$ MILLIONS) 110
FIGURE 22 BREAKDOWN OF CONSUMER SELF-MONITORING VS. PROFESSION
HEALTHCARE APPS, 2014 (%) 115
FIGURE 23 BREAKDOWN OF IOS-COMPATIBLE CONSUMER HEALTH APPS BY
PARAMETER MONITORED, 2014 (NUMBER/%) 116
FIGURE 24 NUMBER OF CONSUMER HEALTH APPS BY FUNCTIONALITY, 2014
(NUMBER OF FUNCTIONS) 117
FIGURE 25 BREAKDOWN OF FREE VS. FEE-BASED MOBILE HEALTH APPS, 2014
(NUMBER/%) 118

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