Healthcare Sensors

Healthcare Sensors

28 August 2019

In an age of rising healthcare expenditures, healthcare sensors – used to monitor everything from brain waves to blood pressure – have the potential to lower costs while improving patient outcomes, according to Goldman Sachs Research. Sensors are already making strides in diabetes management by helping provide diabetics with real-time information on their blood sugar levels through continuous glucose monitoring systems that users fit under clothing. Interest in the healthcare sensor market has soared lately, with over 400 related venture capital deals closed in the last two years, and Goldman Sachs Research estimates the market could reach $30 billion annually.   

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