In the following “MSI Insights That Matter Podcast Series” interview, Mike Highberger, Senior Vice President at MSI International; and Brian Ebarvia, Director, Research Management at MSI International, analyze the outcomes of the recent “American’s Perceptions of Remote Monitoring in Health” Study
MSI International recently released its “American’s Perceptions of Remote Monitoring in Health” study, which gained insights into how Americans feel about the remote monitoring of their health. It also provides valuable data for biotech and healthcare companies looking to expand their footprints into this emerging arena.
And, the big takeaway is that Americans view remote health in a positive light. The study found that 4 out of 5 of Americans are in favor of Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM), and nearly one-half are very favorable towards incorporating it into their overall medical care.
But there’s much more to this study, which is why we are speaking with Mike Highberger, Senior Vice President at MSI; and Brian Ebarvia, Director, Research Management at MSI International, who break down the results of this study for us further.
Following are highlights from this podcast interview:
- Insights into when the study was fielded, responses, demographics, and more. (:57)
- How 4 out of 5 Americans view the remote monitoring of their health favorably. (2:39)
- What this data means for remote monitoring device manufacturers and other industry players in this space. (3:02)
- The care areas that people are most receptive for remote monitoring. (4:45)
- Other areas of remote health monitoring that could be explored in the future. (5:27)
- A breakdown of perceptions around remote devices versus implants, and overall perceived benefits and concerns. (6:37)
- Key insights for medical device manufacturers, and why they need to educate medical consumers further. (8:55)
To access the full MSI “American’s Perceptions of Remote Monitoring in Health” study, please click here.