COVID19:Digital Therapeutics Market — Global Industry Analysis and Forecast 2020 to 2027

  • According to the new market research report “Digital Therapeutics Market by Application (Diabetes, Obesity, CVD, CNS Disease, Respiratory Disease, Smoking Cessation, Others), by Foam (Patients, Providers, Payers, Employers, Others), by Region (Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East & Africa, South America, North America) — Global Forecast (2020 to 2027)”, the global Digital Therapeutics market is estimated to reach USD 10.2 Billion by 2027 at a CAGR of around 19.9% during the review period.
  • Digital Therapeutics is a subset of digital health. They are evidence-based therapeutics interventions driven by high-quality software programs to manage, teat, or prevent a medical disorder or diseases
  • In order to optimize patients care and health outcomes they are used either independently or in concert with medication, devices, or other therapies health.
  • These products are incorporated with advanced technology best practices relating to design, usability, clinical validation, and data security.
  • Increasing geriatric population and related chronic diseases have anticipated driving the growth of digital therapeutics market.
  • Technological advancement in emerging nations has expected to surge opportunities for the demand of digital therapeutics market.
  • Lack of awareness and access to digital therapeutics program in developing countries is one of the major challenges for the development of the global digital therapeutics market.
  • Europe
  • North America
  • Noom, Inc.:
  • Omada Health, Inc.:



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