Goldman Sachs says digital health to soon become $32B+ market

Goldman Sachs is bullish on telehealth, behavior modification, and remote patient monitoring technologies that are enabled by the rise of the "Internet of Things." The Wall Street firm believes digital health is soon set to earn as much as $32.4 billion in revenues, and could knock off $305 billion in healthcare costs in the short term. More

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