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ABSTRACT. Research evidence suggests that wearable devices bring in groundbreaking capabilities to the provision of healthcare. Using and replicating data from Accenture, AT&T, BCG, IDC, PAC, Statista, and Zebra Technologies, we performed analyses and made estimates regarding percent allocated by healthcare organizations of their annual IT budgets to investments for Internet of Medical Things solutions, current Internet of Medical Things investments in remote patient monitoring, the business drivers for offering wellness and prevention in Internet of Medical Things solutions, and spending on Internet of Things worldwide by vertical.

Keywords: medical wearable device; Internet of Medical Things; personalized healthcare

How to cite: Eysenck, Glenn, and Pavol Durana (2019). “Medical Wearable Devices, Internet of Things-based Health Monitoring, and Personalized Healthcare Systems,” American Journal of Medical Research 6(1): 30–35. doi:10.22381/AJMR6120195

Received 10 December 2018 • Received in revised form 17 March 2019
Accepted 21 March 2019 • Available online 5 April 2019

Glenn Eysenck
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The Big Data Analytics Research Unit
at IISHSS, Dublin, Ireland
(corresponding author)
Pavol Durana
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Faculty of Operation and Economics
of Transport and Communications,
Department of Economics,
University of Zilina, Zilina, Slovak Republic

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